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Who: MC Frontalot (with Dr. Awkward and Corn Mo)

What: a nerdcore hip-hop concert which will most likely include songs from his forthcoming album Question Bedtime

Where: Brick & Mortar Music Hall in San Francisco, CA

When: 4 September 2014 @ 8PM

Why: because MC Frontalot is "the world's 579th greatest rapper"

Tickets are only $12! You can get them here or at the door for $15.
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1. Handy
2. Lame Claim To Fame
3. Foil
4. Sports Song
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6. My Own Eyes
7. NOW That's What I Call Polka!
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The San Francisco Browncoats Present:
San Francisco Can't Stop The Serenity 2013

A screening of Joss Whedon's Serenity and Dr Horrible's Sing Along Blog
to raise money and awareness for Equality Now.

Click here for more details... )
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Serenity & Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog

20 August 2011 @ 7 PM
Victoria Theater
2961 16th Street
San Francisco, CA 94110

Tickets: $13
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Some of the tracks are:

  • Whatever You Like
  • Craigslist
  • Skipper Dan
  • Ringtone
  • CNR
  • Polka Face
  • Perform This Way
  • TMZ
  • brandeks: (nerdcore)

    Who: MC Frontalot
    What: nerdcore hip-hop concert
    Where: Cafe du Nord - 2170 Market Street - San Francisco, CA
    When: Tuesday 4 May 2010 @ 8PM
    Why: to showcase his latest album Zero Day

    RSVP at the Facebook event page here!
    brandeks: (nerdcore)
    Who: MC Frontalot (with Brandon Patton)

    What: a nerdcore hip-hop concert which will most likely include songs from his forthcoming album Zero Day

    Where: Cafe du Nord in San Francisco, CA

    When: 15 February 2010 @ 8PM

    Why: because MC Frontalot is "the world's 579th greatest rapper"

    Tickets are only $10! You can get them here or at the door.
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    Please join us on Wednesday January 20, 2010 to celebrate Calafia Cafe's One Year Anniversary. In appreciation of the support we have received this past year we will be taking 20% off your bill* (*Alcohol and Market Sales Excluded).
    Calafia will match the 20% discounted amount and donate it to one of the following charities of your choice below.

    Adolescent Counseling Services

    The Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula

    Health Trust of the Silicon Valley Meals on Wheels

    Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired of Palo Alto

    Calafia will be raffling off a gift basket full of Calafia goodies, some of the prizes include: 100.00 Gift Certificate which can be used in either the market or cafe or both! A signed copy of Chef Charlie's Food 2.0, and various other surprise surprises!! Proceeds will go to one of the four charities of the gift basket winners choosing!

    Thank you Palo Alto! Let's Celebrate!
    brandeks: (joss)
    San Francisco's fourth annual Can't Stop the Serenity charity movie screening of Serenity and for the first time on the big screen in San Francisco, Dr Horrible's Sing Along Blog. This special evening benefiting Equality Now will be held at the historic Victoria Theater for one night only, Tuesday, June 30, 2009, 7:00pm.

    Victoria Theater
    2961 16th Street (between Mission and Capp)
    San Francisco, CA 94103

    One night only!

    Tuesday, June 30, 2009, 7:00pm

    - Dr Horrible and Serenity Costume Contest
    - Prize Drawing and Great Prizes

    Parking and public transportation near by (16th St. BART Station across the street)

    All proceeds go to Equality Now -

    Tickets, T-Shirts & Poster sales coming soon.

    I can't remember if I've posted this before, but even if I have it's worth watching again... this is Joss Whedon explaining why he writes strong female characters and the reason behind Equality Now:

    brandeks: (pride)

    From the Facebook page...

    The CEO of Cinemark, Alan Stock,
    donated $9999 to the Yes on 8 Campaign, but
    now expects to profit from showing MILK in his theaters.

    If 1,000 of us commit to see MILK at a competitor's theater
    instead of Cinemark, at an average cost of $10 per ticket,
    that's $10,000 of lost revenue.

    Boycotts work. A boycott of a Sacramento theatre company
    resulted not only in the resignation of a Yes on 8 contributor,
    but a public apology and donation to Human Rights
    Campaign! We can do this again.

    Why *another* boycott against Cinemark?
    While we support a complete boycott of Cinemark's properties,
    not everyone agrees. But what we can ALL agree on is that Cinemark
    profiting off of Harvey Milk's legacy is an insult to our community,
    and we cannot support it with our dollars.

    It makes me ill to think that I've been watching movies at theatres with this guy as CEO of the company. From now on I will be taking my business elsewhere... I don't care if they have a virtual monopoly here in the Bay Area. AMC, Landmark, and Lowes will be getting my ticket money.

    ...also, happy birthday to the godfather of nerdcore: MC Frontalot!
    brandeks: (lego)
    Some of you may have gotten a message when you sign into Yahoo! Instant Messenger that "brandeks" is adding you. This is because I just changed my email from brandeks2000 to simply brandeks. That way things are a little more standard than before. From now on I'll be IMing from the latter account and eventually deleting the former.

    That is all...
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    Single again. On the verge of homelessness again. Oh, and I think I have a cold to boot.

    Yay life. Sing it, JoCo...

    I Crush Everything lyrics )
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    As of today, 1 February 2008, Books Inc. in Palo Alto embraces its new home on the corner of El Camino Real & Embarcadero. Joining Palo Alto mainstays, Hobee's & Kirk's, the new store faces Palo Alto High School.

    855 El Camino Real #74
    Fax 650-321-6069

    Mon-Fri: 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
    Sun: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

    Manager: Eric Petersen

    Books Inc. Palo Alto on MySpace
    Books Inc. Palo Alto on Facebook

    Books Inc

    I was working at the new store yesterday, helping to get it ready for today's big debut, and it is just beautiful. I am seriously looking forward to working there. New store, new hours, and even a new manager... the one who hired me is moving on to other things. Apparently the new guy is pretty cool, so that's good. What's really nice is that graphic novels and manga have their own area now. So I'll be making sure we get more ordered than previously possible. And there are places to eat at T & C that aren't as expensive as Stanford Mall was, with more variety.

    Update 2 February 2007 / 11:47 AM - Here is a pic taken two days ago of some of the staff and I, courtesy of hagbooLori:

    brandeks: (sad)
    ... no longer available by phone.

    The first number many Northern Californians have dialed for generations after a blackout – the seven digits that spell "popcorn" – is going out of service in September 19, 2007, AT&T announced in a mailing to customers.

    A company spokesman said the proliferation of other ways to find out the exact time made the service, offered by the company since the 1920s, redundant. AT&T also says the 1960s equipment used is failing, with no replacement parts available. As it is, the service is only available in Nevada and California.

    Joanne Daniels, the woman whose familiar voice for the last 25 years read the exact time every ten seconds and then urged us to "please take a note of it," said the initial recording sessions were quite lengthy.

    "I had to record every single possibility with different inflections," she said.

    Daniels’ voice also delivered the temperature in some states, and even a wake up service offered in Manhattan. Before retiring, she also worked as an actress and voice actress.

    What some people may not know is that you did not have to dial popcorn to get the time; all you needed was 767 followed by any other four numbers. Since the service is going away, 300,000 new phone numbers will be freed up for use.

    I just found out about this. It feels like I lost a friend.

    Because of today's time change I was going to call, but my computer had updated, so I didn't bother verifying as I reset all the other clocks in the house. Now I know that I'll never hear that Southern accent again.


    Oct. 22nd, 2007 12:45 pm
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    From this point on all journal entries are friends only.
    This means all previous entries as well.
    Nothing happened recently that made me want to do this... it's just something I have wanted to do for awhile and am just now getting to it.
    If you want to read my journal and aren't yet friended, feel free to email me:

    brandeks at livejournal dot com.
    brandeks: (potter d&d)
    In 24 hours or so I will own a copy of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

    To paraphrase a friend of mine: anyone who spoils the ending or any part of this book will meet with an untimely demise. Ya'll have been warned.

    Oh, I just have to:

    And one more:

    brandeks: (comic book guy)

    On Saturday July 14th we will be holding a special sales event to celebrate our 25th year of business. This will be at both stores, from 10am to 9pm. This will be our biggest, wildest, craziest sale ever, so change your travel plans, mark your calendar, and tattoo the date on a prominent part of your anatomy. Here are just a few of the deals in store for you:
    • Free T-Shirt or Tote bag emblazoned with the famous Alex Ross Lee's Comics Logo for the first 25 people per store.

    • 25-cent comics. Thousands to choose from. This is not just a bunch of crummy left-over comics. It's an incredible selection of diverse comics for reading and collecting. You won't believe the great stuff that you can get for just a quarter of a dollar! We will be adding lots of cool stuff to the stacks just for this event. This might be your last chance to get comics for just 25 cents at Lee's Comics, so don't miss it!

    • 25% off on all back issues. Bin and Wall!

    • Free Snacks and Drinks. Stop by and share some laughs with Lee and the gang!

    • Storewide discounts. Save on everything in the store with the exception of that week's new items and subscriptions.

    • Un-advertised specials and surprises.
    This is the BIG EVENT! Don't miss it. You wouldn't want to do irreparable damage to your standing in the social register, would you?
    25th Anniversary Sale
    Saturday July 14, 2007
    10am - 9pm
    Both LEE'S COMICS Locations  

    1020-F N. Rengstorff Ave
    Mountain View, CA 94040

    (650) 965-1800

    2222 S. El Camino Real
    San Mateo, CA 94403

    (650) 571-1489
    brandeks: (adult swim)
    The Emperor's Phone Call:

    In case anyone forgot, the Robot Chicken Star Wars Special aired and is repeating every so often. It is of teh good. You can watch the entire episode here.

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