Monday, September 17, 2007

Another Great Cruise

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LOTD fan Miellyn has alerted me to the 2007 Annual Goth Cruise & Masquerade Ball. This ship of fools sets sail in a couple of weeks, so GET YOUR TICKETS NOW if you want to go!

Check it out HERE

Webvid Of The Day

Bert & Ernie do DeNiro and Pesci from Casino. Hilarious (and full of F-bombs and a couple of racial slurs, so open at your own risk).

I'll Take The Titanic


Check out these real cruises you can take with washed-up rock bands. I wonder how they keep the ships afloat under the weight of all that suck? These are the official announcements for each cruise... sort of. I made them a little more honest.



The Rock Boat VIII
will depart MLK Weekend 2008 from Miami, FL, leaving Saturday, January 19, 2008, for a five-day festival (of suck) at sea! Sister Hazel, Alternate Routes, Marc Broussard, Keith Kane of Vertical Horizon (couldn't even get the whole sucky band?), Josh Kelley... and a whole bunch of other people you never heard of. We are traveling on the Carnival Imagination with port stops in Jamaica and Grand Cayman (for those who haven't jumped overboard by then).



Lynyrd Skynyrd and Sixthman are proud (?) to announce our second helping, Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Simple Man (ahem) Cruise, January 10-14, 2008, a 4-day "music" "vacation" on board a luxury cruise liner with a visit to Key West and Calica. Departing Miami on January 10, 2008 on the Carnival Imagination, Simple Man Cruise 2008 features up-close-and-personal concerts from Lynyrd Skynyrd, with a dozen or so bands from the rock and country worlds still to be announced (because we don't want to scare people away). The cruise features unique artist interaction (wink wink), an Open Mic night (27 covers of "Free Bird") and more, all while experiencing a world-crass Carnival cruise.



Vince Neil's Motley Cruise
with Ratt, Skid Row and Slaughter. Does it get any better than that? (Nope. My life is complete.). Please note that Motley Crue is not involved. (Please note that actual music is not involved.)



The Mayercraft Carrier
is a 3-day Caribbean cruise that sets sail on February 1, 2008 from Miami, FL and visits Freeport, Bahamas before returning on February 4, 2008. The cruise will feature sets by John in nightclub-like settings
(i.e. the game room with all the games turned off) as well as performances by a dozen or so other hand-picked artists. All of this takes place aboard the Carnival Victory, a member of the Carnival fleet that includes all the luxurious amenities Carnival is known for, such as a full-service spa, fine dining, a casino, tuberculosis, giardiasis, and much more.



After the rip-roaring, head-bobbing, floating festival of (suck) that was Ships & Dip I, Barenaked Ladies and Sixthman are thrilled to announce Ships & Dip III for January 2008. The Music and Comedy keep flowing as BNL and their fabulous friends set sail aboard the Carnival Victory from January 27-February 1, 2008, sailing from Miami to Grand Cayman and Ocho Rios, Jamaica! Tyler Stewart of BNL says, "Screw Ships & Dip II, last year was so awesome, we're going straight to 3!! Not 3-D, though, that'd be crap." (HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!) Expect the same non-stop music and fun of Ships & Dip I, including the return of Guster, The New Odds, Jason Plumb and Gaelic Storm. Let's do it again folks, only let's have everyone show up for the Naked photo on the top deck this time! See You on the Cruise!! (I love Random capitalization, don't you?)


Don't miss the 15th Annual Rock & Roll Caribbean Cruise! This exclusive cruise (no other cruise line would touch this floater) is pure Rock & Roll fun with legendary performers from the 60's (and in their 60s) and beyond (i.e. some of them might be in their 70s by now). Don't worry, all ships equipped with wheelchair ramps, and dinner is served daily starting at 3:30.

Onion News Story Of The Day

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Town Hall Meeting Gives Townspeople Chance To Say Stupid Things In Public

The Onion

Town Hall Meeting Gives Townspeople Chance To Say Stupid Things In Public

NEW BEDFORD, MA—"I fought in Korea, and by God I would do it again," said 76-year-old Ronald Schroyer, who immediately retook his seat.

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