Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Updated website

I updated my website and uploaded my personal stuff, feel free to have a look:


// R

fuck batman. right in the ear. I would.

I had to shave my hair off, seriously. I looked like a mix between Ringo Starr and a fucking Ewok. Exhibit A:

For those of you who are wondering what I'm doing, I'm making a statement. You see, we went to the place where they recorded the cave scenes for one of the Batman movies. So, this is me saying: "Fuck you, Batman! I am Robin, nobody messes with me! Probably because nobody has a fucking clue who I am, but still."

New York is awesome so far. I'll be posting pictures when I get back to London on Friday.

// R

Saturday, May 24, 2008

Yelle and the douche.

Question: What the fuck is this guy doing? I know it sounds like a retorical question but feel free to answer it. I can't seem to grasp it myself.

I wonder if yelle was any good at Coachella. I doubt it. That being said, any girl who speaks french gets an automatic +2 on the 1-10 attractiveness-scale.

Friday, May 23, 2008

Peasant mentality

I was just talking to Max about the concept of "peasant mentality". Basically, it's something that you do or say that makes you a part of the general mass. It's funny how people think that they're never part of the general population, simply because their grand-father was a part of a european sub-culture and because their godfather is into film-noir. Jonah supposedly wanted to write an article for his satire magazine, entitled "99% of the American population believe themselves not to be a part of the masses." Anyways, here are a few things that you should keep an eye out for:

Patriotism: As we all know, patriotism is basically thinking that your country is the best. It'd be great fun to ask someone why they think that their country is number one. What would a good answer to that question be? "Uhm... I was born there?" I've never met a well traveled person who still thinks that his/hers country is the best. It's like saying: "I've lived in 100% of the countries that I've lived in. And that one was the best one I've lived in." 

Autographs and pictures of famous people: Getting someone's autograph is like saying "You're cooler than I am. I just want to get that down on paper, so that I can look at it whenever I want to." I stood next to Chloe Sevigny at Coachella and I considered asking if she wanted to take a picture with me. Then I stopped and thought: Why would that even be cool? If anything, it drastically decreases the almost non-existent chance of us two ever being friends. 

Standing in line for things that you can do for free: Not only doing this, but standing in line to PAY to do things that you could do for free. Like going to a club, for instance. What essentially exists in a club? Drinks, music and people. Disregarding differently configured lights and the amount of decibels, isn't that what a bar has? The reason why people go to clubs instead of bars, is the most crucial point if you want to get laid: At a club, you don't have to talk to people. I'd say, the possibility for sex would decrease by at least 75 % if you first had to explain why you work in converting coca-cola bottles into fur coats, that you're a chronic asshole who's been divorced three times and that you have four equally neglected kids, all of them named X jr. It's a lot better buying a drink for someone(ergo, saying that you want to be inside them) and then desperately trying to two-step to Kanye West's latest Daft Punk-remake. I'd say, if you were to eliminate the possibility for sex, there would not be 50 people in line for "Le Cab" in Paris. There would be one guy, possible from Germany, looking for a taxi.

Feel free to add anything to this list, it's important. 

Anyways, we're about to drive to L.A, after having a huge breakfast. It's not fair, I love food but the nutritional kevlar that came with the baby-adopting package, courtesy of the Sri-Lankan government, is still intact.  I sweat food, for christ sakes. What I'm trying to say is, I'm always going to be small enough to go to summer-camp inside Oprah's jacket pocket. God damn it. 

// R

Thursday, May 22, 2008

The most amazing video. ever.

Hands down, the best and most exciting youtube-video ever made. If you haven't seen it, you have to watch the whole thing. Lucky, fat bastards on their jeep-safari.

Wednesday, May 21, 2008


You should check this guy's pictures out, they're great. My fascination for everything adolescent is beginning to freak people out. Don't worry guys, it has nothing to do with sex. Do you know why? Because nothing in my life has anything to do with sex. Period.

We're going to L.A this week-end, New York on Sunday and then London next week. All of it is shaping up to be good fun. Pictures should pop up during the week-end or so.

// R

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Everyone nose. I wish I didn't.

I need to say something about you being in the new n.e.r.d-video, M. Basically: 0.52 marks the spot. Don't miss it.

The song is so fucking terrible, it makes me want to eat my own head. Way to go "Skateboard-P", another beat composed from hitting a traffic-light with some chopsticks. Or something equally retarded. 

mac: "Are you sure you want to delete N.E.R.D - Everyone nose?"
me: "Would the pope have sex with a mid-nineties Macaulay Culkin?"
mac: "I don't know. I'm a computer and I just asked you if you wanted to delete the fucking song."
me: "Oh, yes I do."

// R

Monday, May 19, 2008

Boys will be boys. Unless they're girls.

San fran, part III

I'm trying to upload the pictures from this week-end, with no success. Google, as much as I love you: you're fucking pissing me off right now. I'm going to bed. For the third time today. 

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Wearing my rolex(Hot Chip cover)

Ana & Ghazal deserve all the credit for this one. Ghaz described it as "The most positive surprise since Anna Ternheim's version of Shoreline." You have to download it, it's amazing. Basically, it's an instrumental cover of Wiley's "Wearing my Rolex". Go for it, guys.

Hot Hip(Live at the BBC Lounge) - Wearing my Rolex

We're going to San Francisco in a bit, there will definitely be more picture-taking going on up there. Until then, I guess.

// R

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Buying movies in the 20th century. Today.

I've almost completed my new movie-purchase from amazon. I'm still at that point where I enjoy wasting money on buying movies, it just feels better. Such a fucking 20th century character trade, I know. The first season of Flight of the Conchords is definitely on the list, along with Fargo, Who framed roger rabbit, Y tu mama tambien, Carandiro, Howls moving castle, Lords of dogtown, Almost famous, the complete series of The office(bbc), Paranoid park and Forrest Gump. And I'm definitely pre-ordering Persepolis. Jakob's coming tomorrow, we're going to San Francisco for the week-end. For people awaiting pictures, feel free to write CVS an email. And please, don't forget to use the F-word.

// R

p.s Someone asked me the other day what kind of dogs I used to have. Now, these aren't MY dogs, just pictures of the same type of dogs: 



Saturday, May 10, 2008

Kraftwerk after all

I'm really starting to enjoy Kraftwerk more and more. The music is a parody, but definitely a good one. Also, I'm starting to get more and more annoyed with Guy-Manuel & Thomas and I'll never get pissed off at someone for copying daft punk again, since that's basically what Daft Punk are doing already. I mean, Kraftwerk released "Man Machine" in like 1980 and in 2004, Daft decided to be highly original with their concept of "Human Robot". What they needed for that little creativity-flash was basically a thesaurus. Not to mention Kraftwerk's song "We are the robots", which was released when Thomas & Guy Manuel were still young enough to accidentally play Da Funk on one of their toy instruments. 

We're still in Santa Barbara with Max, although he left to go watch a softball game with Sheila, so it's just me and Linus. I think the plan is to meet up with Jakob on Wednesday, then conduct a road trip to San Diego etc from the 15th to the 20th. Then we might visit Holly in L.A before splitting up, I'll go to San Francisco again, Jakob & Linus are going to New York. I'm not sure, I just know that I have to translate a stupid fucking feature for a Disney movie and that sucks. 

NOW, to a more urgent issue. What mythical creatures would I prefer to ride? I'm currently reading the Narnia books, and Aslan is definitely one of them. Also, definitely Shere Khan from The jungle book. Number one would obviously be the dog-ish creature from Neverending story, you know the one that looks like a mix between a dog, Mick Jagger and a retard. 

CVS fucked up the development of my last pictures, you'll have to wait until next week to see them. I hate CVS, I'm definitely naming my kid Wahlgreen's. Last night, me and Linus listened to a couple of Swedish classics. Everyone who is not from Sweden: I wouldn't click the video below, I'm just saying.

p.s I'm naming my dog Cornelius. For sure.

Thursday, May 8, 2008

Cuizi cuiz

The new Pour Les Filles mixtape(numero troi) should be excellent

Sunday, May 4, 2008

Definitely maybe cool cats.

I got up at 6.30 to work but I got bored and decided to use one of my disposables to shoot Max's cats. It's a dedication to all the cool people over here/something else that would be equally emotional. Enjoy my animal obsession, guys.

p.s We had a game yesterday where we used the concept of Mount Rushmore to create new top-4 lists in other categories. We did Mount ConquerorMore, the top 4 conquerors of all time. Dylan's list was definitely the best one:

1. Napoleon Bonaparte
2. Alexander the great
3. Julius Caesar
4. White people