If anyone asks, tell them it’s a PDA.
What’s left for a bunch of guys that love to rock live yet live in Alaska? Move to Oregon of course.
Despite being labeled a pop-punk release I'll be bold and say this attempts to be a rock release.
On this day in history, May 9, 1962 the Beatles signed their first recording contract with EMI.
Recently, Sinead O'Connor retired from music - and now she's announcing that she's becoming a religious teacher.
In rock n' roll, it doesn't get bigger than Meat Loaf, or his grandiose 1977 classic "Bat Out of Hell."
Bob Roberts was a smiling, good looking and charismatic fount of pure, twisted HILARIOUS conservative Republican evil.
Marshall Mathers apparently believes in freedom of speech for me, but not for thee.
Am I really perpetuating the stereotype that feminists are humorless? Interview just one feminist author, and kaboom! Here come the lawyers.
John Brown was born this day in history, May 9, 1800. Screw the evil Abraham Lincoln, ol' John Brown was the guy who REALLY gave a damn about freeing the slaves.
Crap (and urine) produced.
Today's 'Top Story'? "World Ends on May 15th!" You know, it's ALWAYS something! I'm minding my own business and then Life As We Know It ends...
It was 20 years ago today, May 9, 1983 that Pope John Paul II officially reversed the church's 1633 condemnation of Galileo, who had commited the high blasphemy of scientific inquiry.
Dante comes to mind for me anytime the phrase "poetic justice" comes up. He pretty much invented it.
Why are some albums going missing from Apple’s iTunes Music Store?
Does the Matrix have you?