In 1993, the film “Judgment Night” was released. SPOILER ALERT: it is a film about the fear of losing white privilege through the characters portrayed by Emilio Estevez, Cuba Gooding Jr., Stephen Dorff, and Jeremy Piven.
Surprisingly, from the ashes of heightened mediocrity arose an amazing soundtrack, a collaboration of hip hop artists and their “rock” counterparts. Is there nothing a blend of black and white musicians in a corporate world can’t do?
Ruth Gold was having an epic shitty night. It was evident in the trail of absolute destruction she left behind her. Here’s the darnedest thing, she had no clue to what was setting her off. By the way, this is what crack cocaine does to the mind, which is why crack is whack, yo.
And now, for your listening entertainment, a mash up.
In order to better understand these tumultuous times we are wading through, it is imperative to have a better grasp of history. Johnny Cash released his first album on Sun Records in 1957. He was nicknamed “The Man in Black”. He expired at the tender age of 71, in 2003. One could easily say that is when the world actually ended, and we have been screaming in agony since.
The Monkees debuted in 1966; they were America’s response to England’s The Beatles, and not Oasis, like so many people believe. By the way, these “people” also believe that the world is flat and that there is a free parking lot at airports.
Current president of the United States, Dim Sum Donald Trump, continues to unravel his hatred and stupidity. Just so we’re clear, he gives the term ugly American greater depth.