With the video for the track “Don’t Play No Game That I Can’t Win,” featuring Santogold. And its over 11 minutes long, so you know that Spike and the Beasties wanted this to last forver, and ever. And their are action figures, so somebody was on acid.
Last time we went to a garage sale, we found He-Man action figures and a poster of some crappy Charles Grodin early 1990s movie, and this dude finds “65 glass plates in boxes of photographic negatives created more than 80 years ago by Ansel Adams”? Well, that is just great. Why isn’t Charles Grodin an icon like Ansel Adams?
Oh, these are the long-lost images of Ansel Adams, the missing link in the history of one of the most iconic American photographers to ever live? Oh how cute, the man who owns these now, Rick Norsigian, was looking for a barber chair. Wonder if he ever found it? Why aren’t they doing some investigative reporting on that?