Monday, August 06, 2007

Is Fake Steve Jobs Hungry? Walk This Way...

Hey...

Wanna take a walk down memory lane?

Well at least mine, in case you weren't alive 20 years ago, Run DMC & Aerosmith teamed up to do a remake (for newbie's that's a kind of precursor to the mash up, where you actually get permission), of Aerosmith's 1974 hit Walk This Way.

Well they're doing it again, on Hard Rock's Ambassadors of Rock Tour – hitting spots like London's Hyde Park this summer. Here's Daryl McDaniels aka DMC to you, perform “Walk This Way.” Check out some video from a recent performance....



The aged warriors in Aerosmith have been making the rounds this summer, including reaping over $150,000 playing it's first concert on tiny Prince Edward Island (pop 13,000) with Cheap Trick, Ciara and others.

Aeromsmith vs Run DMC - Walk This Way ( 98 Remix )

Meanwhile, back in the blogosphere...

( for you newbies, a blogosphere, that's the virtual state of suspended judgement, you are traversing now, that has a sort of higher regard in the high tech field)...

Anyhow today is shocked to find one of their own, someone anonymous called The Fake Steve Jobs, is actually the editor of a real world magazine...Forbes.


a real life person, one with a reputation and everything?


High Tech blog scene? sheeeet, that's more like High School...

Isn't Forbes just a mag known for printing a list of rich people anyway?

Says Fake Steve of the busting of his cover:
Now you've ruined the mystery of Fake Steve, robbing thousands of people around the world of their sense of childlike wonder. Hope you feel good about yourself, you mangina. One bright side is that at least I was busted by the NY Times and not Valleywag.



Was 6 figure editor in real life known as Fake Steve really that hungry for attention?


Ed Anger of the Weekly World News was the best blogger in my lifetime, in my humble opinion...



and he started long before there were blogs...

and he wasn't real either...

Mark Twain was a pseudonym as well...and I guess he was a blogger too...

As was Voltaire, it was a pseudonym for Francois Marie Arouet...



more like closet-o-sphere...

yes...it's indeed a small world.

the blog readership is mainly other bloggers keeping up with the competition...

they used to be called newsletters, and later zines...or better yet, most simply didn't exist, because the stapling, mailing & mimeographing was a barrier that kept all but only the most passionate from bothering.

There may be millions now, but they are essentially shut ins for the most part, interacting with the world through a safe medium.

Rather than busking their psuedo-intelligentsia interweb enabled perspectives on the subways, street corner soapboxes and the likes, the can harass us from their pajamas.

Commentors use the internet like a teenager leaving curdled crap in a burning paper bag on your doorstep in the middle of the night...

ring your bell...just to see if you'll step in it...

The real irony is that the Real Steve Jobs is Fake enough ...

I though folks, would like y'all to know, I am the only "real" blogger...

I really am named Lil Mike...fact!

and you know what...I'm Real!!

All Opinions Here Are Mine ... and are the official opinions of Lil' Mike's Last Known Thoughts & Random Revelations...

at least the last known opinions...

Oh, and You know what else I am?

Real... as in

Real Hungry...

Real Hungry For Attention...

You can call me the "Fake Editor of Forbes"...

and so today since I am hungry, for attention not rational discourse...

i offer music about food...

and not food for thought...

Dr. John - Food For Thot


I hope yer ears are hungry too...


so load up and get it while it's hot, we gots a sonic soup, summertime potluck, bar bq buffet today:

Paul Revere & The Raiders - Hungry



Fats Waller - Hold Tight ( I Want Some Seafood Mama )



Bo Carter - Banana In Your Fruit Basket




Bessie Smith & Louis Armstrong - Big Butter and Egg Man From the West



Cryan' Shames - Sugar + Spice


None More Black - You Suck But Your Peanut Butter Is OK





Chet Baker



Ms Monique - Collard Greens & Cornbread


Mariachi Brass Featuring Chet Baker - Chiquita Banana


Joe Tex - Yum Yum Yum

Heavy Vegetable - Eggy In Bready II



Guitar Wolf - Three AM Noodle Shop


Paul Butterfield - You Are What You Eat



Jason Lowenstein - Casserole


Average White Band - Cut The Cake


Warrant - Cherry Pie



oh, and here's a couple from the great Frolic Diner collection...



Spot Barnett - Sweet Meats



The Royaltones - Tacos

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The DoorKeeper said...

Wow! Is that really Bessie Smith? Never heard her sing so high! Today being the anniversary of her passing I was browsing and found your excellent collection of morsels.

Cheers.