Thursday, August 18

Dipset Detox with Michael McDonald at Epcot Center (pt 37)

Michael McDonald, is assembling some equipment. I can tell by the clatter he's making that he's agitated. I'm in the MRI scanner like: what the f** is goin on.
" Mike: what the f** is goin on?"
"It's a conspiracy," Mike responded.
"What's a conspiracy?"
"Motherfuckers, linking to this blog, sending traffic enough to blow your bandwidth... Motherfuckers are trying to stop us!"
"Mike, are you saying you think WFMU's "Beware of the Blog" is in cahoots with the Epcot Imagineers? That's the stupidest shit I ever heard!"
"Yeah I think that! Plus they put up a picture where I look fat!"
"Mike, you don't look fat in that picture!"
"Really? Thanks... But why does my complexion look like that? It's like I'm dipped in honey."
Jim Jones ft JR Writer, Juelz, Latiff - Honey Dip
"Well anyway, that blown bandwidth won't stop us, buddy. We'll just use megaupload links."
"Whatever, dude. How about why don't you tell me why you have me in this MRI scanner."
"Well, you're in the MRI scanner because I need to record some information from your brain. To make this invincible Google cheat code, I need to use the blood oxygen level-dependent (BOLD) contrast mechanism on some of the down south parts of your brain."
Raekwon - Down South
"'Down south' parts of my brain? That doesn't make sense. Neuroscientists customarily use 'dorsal-ventral', 'medial-lateral', and 'anterior-posterior' (or sometimes 'rostral-caudal', if they're being pretentious) to describe the different axes of the brain... You can't just say 'Down south' parts of my brain! Nobody will know where you're talking about!"
"Back off man, I'm not a Neuroscientist. I use the jargon I want. This is Secret Google cheat moves, bitch! Now if you'll pardon me, it's lunchtime."horsemikes
Raekwon - Fish & Chips
Raekwon - Spring water
Pardon him? I'm not in much position to pardon him or not pardon him, trapped in this MRI scanner... But seriously, I wonder what he wants to do with the signals from my brain. And I wonder what the equipment he's putting together out there is... What is this invincible secret Google cheat code all about?
(UPDATE: Actually, my bandwidth is unblown now... Thanks OG!)
(Also: can we talk about how good Capo is now?
Jim Jones - Jimmy
Can we talk about One-eyed Willy's cursive penmanship? It's better than mine, and he's only got one eye! The lack of stereopsis should be wreaking havoc. His scrawl oughtta be all over the page, but it's not! (c/o Catch Deini)
(UPDATE2: The Kanye+Killa track has come to an internet near you and, please please please go click . Checkerboard Chimes says it's the song of the year, and I am with him... Poof POOF.


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12:32 PM  
Anonymous Michael McDonald said...

I appreciate your entepreneurialism! But why the hell do I need your stupid encryption!?! I have secret Google, so I already decrypted your weak ass security codes!
Plus, you need to elevate your acronym game! Faceprint Global Solutions=FPG, not FCPG! Why would I entrust my encryption to a fool who misspells his own acronyms?!! After I finish off the Epcot imagineers, you're next!

5:37 PM  
Blogger wayne&wax said...

password protection removed, dude. but you shoulda just asked mike for some google cheat codes. those things work on just about everything.

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