Friday, June 26, 2009


No apologizes no excuses, Michael Jackson was the greatest performer of the past fifty years and one of the most talented entertainers of all time.

Cintra Wilson has penned the best take on his shocking death that I have read so far.
NOT to be missed!
  • Cintra Wilson

  • I remember when he visited Stockton after the Cleveland School massacre in 1989 for no other reason then he simply cared enough to do so. So many other memories like Walter Yetnikoff threatening to pull all of A&M's videos off of racist Mtv if they did not play Billie Jean.

    Rest in peace Michael Jackson and Farrah Fawcett-I'm blessed and glad that I came of age when performers actually had talent and were like glittering stars on earth.

    Watch the below rare performance, post Jackson Five but pre-Off The Wall and solo fame, sort of the "Inter-War" Jackson. Your heart is rotting stone if you don't tear up.


    Monday, June 15, 2009

    Hot Rod Monsters Film Festival ! Come see me act and sing on the Silver Screen!

    (two nights 12 hours of films and shorts total!)
    Saturday July 18th & Sunday July 19th
    At the 911 Media Arts Center
    402 9th Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109 - (206) 682-6552

    Films include:
    Award winning documentary Choppertown: The Sinners Directed by Zack Coffman
    Seattle premiere of Hot Rod Girls Save The World Directed by D.A. Sebasstian "Great!" - Film Threat Magazine
    Crash Fans Directed by Paul Killebrew "Crash Fans has what the art film 'Crash' painfully lacks: Exuberance!" - The Seattle Weekly
    RetarDEAD Directed by Rick Popko & Dan West and featuring Jello Biafra of the Dead Kennedy's
    Hot Rod Havoc featuring the Shifters Car Club and music by Mad Sin, Koffin Kats and Three Bad Jacks
    Mondo Scooterama Directed by Timothy Johnston
    The Road To Bonneville Directed by Brian Darwas
    The Vintage Vehicle Show Produced by Lance Lambert
    Music Videos and Short Films

    Tickets available online at or at the door (get there early!)

    Refreshments provided by The Pin-Up Angels (Support The Angels- Support Our Troops)
    Go-Kustom Rekords
    Ol' Skool Rodz Magazine
    Car Kulture Deluxe Magazine
    Rat Bastards Car Club

    Wednesday, June 10, 2009

    Super Amanda's Best of The Internet 2009

    The Best websites for 2009-I love or revile them ALL so in no particular order of preference:


    1.The Chestnut:
  • The Chestnut

  • The Home of Little Gems- INSANELY GREAT website chronicling the best of British children television from the 60's into the early 1980's and so much more! Laid out expertly with lists, dates, references, photos, links, audio files and detailed information, this site is a joy to behold. DO NOT MISS!

    2. AntiRacist Parent:
  • AntiRacist Parent

  • Friendly people and gratuitously cute kid pictures while you discuss racial tolerance and parenting. Can't say that I care for Racialicious, their sister blog site as many as the guest bloggers tend to be snobs, anti-diversity and free speech.

    3.Crumbs and Doilies:
  • CupCake Nirvana

  • Cupcake fetishists will find this blog beyond the realms of desire and artistry. Cupcakes and now macaroons are becoming the credit crunch's answer to a mini-vacation, a trip back to childhood and public food porn all in one.

    4. Matt Kent Photography:

  • Matt Kent Photography

  • Concert photographer and longtime fellow Who fan, web developer author of Who books and periodcals, Matt Kent's very sharp website features up to the minute photographs of most of the big names who grace London stages weekly with occasional wild cards like Jennifer Aniston photographing John Mayer or the London Burlesque Festival.

    5. Bunny Yawns:
    Bunny rabbits of all shapes and sizes yawning makes for smiles and endless comedy. Don't ask why just visit the Watership Down of pulling faces.

    6. Rachel Fuller and Friends. Absurdly multi- talented British singer songwriter who has been blogging since 2005 shares music and musings. Through the creation of her live webcast, touring with her partner Pete Townshend's band, The Who and her various prolific music projects. Don't miss her visit with legendary British director genius, Ken Russell and various funny anecdotes about luxury handbags and border collies.

    7. Cintra Wilson:
  • Cintra Wilson

  • Without Cintra Wilson there would have been no Diablo Cody and without Cintra Wilson there would be no one willing to spew humorous and sarcasm where it counts and still be charming and attractive-she just has it! Her pop culture literacy is virtually unrivaled, she writes great books and she's really POLITICAL!

    8. The Norwegian Elkhound Club of Great Britain: Wonderful dog breed of the Vikings, deservedly paraded around like Nordic Kings and Queens on there way to a earthly Valhalla of Science diet and "bally time."

    9. You Tube: Still the universal TV and repository of what we like when we want it-that is if it has not been removed for copyright violation!

    10. Big Cat Rescue:
  • Big Cat Rescue

  • Largest collection of very rare wild cats outside of the world's zoos, a must see.

    11. Makeup Alley: See how others tried, cried and got water in their eyes before you drop that last 30quid on the new vibrating mascara wand. Fantastic consumer savvy site!

    12. Brick Lane Betty aka Super Amanda: My own wildly Buxom You Tube channel , now swelling to 20 million hits, provides real boobs, bum and waist ratio alongside really funny Mise- en-scène and hours of pleasure in the Russ Meyer tradition.

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    Saturday, June 06, 2009

    David Carradine: I walked around middle school with a flute trying to be him


    Wednesday, June 03, 2009

    Mike Post and Ken Aldin Themes:

    Don't say you don't love them more than religion!

    You're not STRONG ENOUGH!!!

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