Friday, July 29, 2005

Part 2: Ain't That Some Crazy Shit?

In part 2, Francis Vale does a podcast dis on Intelligent Design, talks about how quantum computing may spell the end of our universe, the true origins of Right Wing Christians, Dante and his Inferno, Gay Iraqi VCR-toting criminals, and a whole bunch more of absolutely crazy shit, like the Sin Exchange.

Ain't That Some Crazy Shit? -- Part One

Ain't That Some Crazy Shit? is a 25-minute audio riff by Francis Vale that spills the inside beans on Microsoft's plans for World Domination by taking on China and scuttling the US Navy, as well as sinking the Taiwanese. Also discussed is how Intelligent Design is going to save America's technology ass, as well as turn your IT department's latest zillion dollar loser into a god-blessed winner. And be sure to check out http://www.vxm.com/valeblog for each new podCast by Francis Vale, fv@vxm.com.

The Death of The Internet

The Death of the Internet is a fifteen minute mp3 audio by Francis Vale (fv@vxm.com) that explains why the Internet was DOA even before the gasping dot coms beached onto the polluted NASDAQ shores. It also explains why no matter how many holes Bush drills in his cherished half-baked Alaska, Dick and Halliburton will still come up empty thanks to power mad computers. And there is much more to hear on this provocative audio commentary.

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George Bush, The Gambian Cowboy

If any question why we died
Tell them, because our fathers lied
Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936)

George Bush, The Gambian Cowboy is a 30-minute riff on our fearless Commander In Chief that takes no prisoners, only unconstitutional detainees. George Bush, Iraq, the economy, the NRA, healthcare, education and more get totally punked. This raucous download will ruffle every fowl bird in the Bush! This audio piece by Francis Vale was made BEFORE the invasion of Iraq, and everything on this recording has now come true. So how come others in the media didn't see this coming as well, or say something? Even the iconic too-many legged, 23-toed frog featured in this piece has now shown up a year later in Stewartville, Minnesota, which, quite frankly, is just way to eerie, and also quite scary. This was done in a single, unscripted, unrehearsed take.

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