Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Where's Young Philip Seymour Hoffman?

Somewhere in this lineup of creepy Germanic runners, I’ve carefully hidden a Young and Douchey Philip Seymour Hoffman .

Look closely.

Can you age thirty years in ten years?

# posted by douchebag1
2:47 pm May, 30 Doucheywallnuts said...

I think he just sharted.

2:53 pm May, 30 Dr. Bunsen HoneyDouche said...

Where’s the weed smoke coming out of the bus? Wait, isn’t this a remake of Fast Times at Ridgemont High? We have a young Anthony Edwards, a young and douchey Philip Seymour Hoffman, and the guy who will play Spicoli. And I’m guessing that Pheobe Cates will be played by the blond on the left?

3:07 pm May, 30 The Dude said...

Anyone for a game of chess?

3:18 pm May, 30 Et Tu Douche? said...

Is he standing next to young Jim Breuer?

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Goat Boys

3:20 pm May, 30 Dude McCrudeshoes said...

Doucherace 2k: race for the cure.

3:27 pm May, 30 Dude McCrudeshoes said...

What is 2 down from young Tara Reid, Alex?

3:33 pm May, 30 Vin Douchal said...

A mumbling, yellow hatted Slappy Largeman firms his grip on the zip ties and chloroform rag as he awaits the girls’ eventual trips to the porta-pottie

3:37 pm May, 30 Vin Douchal said...

And for you stoners out there (which is what, 88% of us or so?) , the great jam band Umphrey’s McGee stretches out with some Floyd. Jake Cinninger is one of the greatest guitarist out there right now. Fact

4:08 pm May, 30 Dude McCrudeshoes said...

Cockrace 2k: Race to RU486

4:12 pm May, 30 Capt. James T. Douche said...

Peroxide and undescended testicles at the race track today.

4:56 pm May, 30 Olddog1 said...

Is that Mr. Largeman lurking in the back? I know black is slimming, but then Killer Whales are black, right? In any event these younglings look to be about having a good time, So I give them a pass and a go in peace.

5:42 pm May, 30 Medusa Oblongata said...

McCrudeshoes @4:08 FTW.

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I think the ‘S” might be for “Syphilis”. Just a theory.

5:45 pm May, 30 The Reverend Chad Kroeger said...

Hey Medusa. Some Amsterdam dude emailed this Moody Blues to me. If you don’t like it, my inebriated apologies. Sons.

6:17 pm May, 30 Et Tu Douche? said...

I got so caught up in Slappy Largeman (Vin D’s the man) and looking for Waldouche I temporarily forgot about the hott’s. Second from right closest to what looks like a tour bus is HOTT!!! . Man I’d like to wave her checkered flag and by wave I mean sniff.

6:48 pm May, 30 Douche Springsteen said...

Brandt can’t watch, though. Or else he has to pay 100.

10:34 pm May, 30 CBP said...

Im gonna find a cash machine…

11:22 pm May, 30 Jacques Doucheteau said...

It appears as though John Largeman has a camera, but he decided to pass on this photo op.

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Good call, sir. Good call.

11:29 pm May, 30 Jacques Doucheteau said...

Jean shorts and Calvin Cline tighties? No…Fuck YOU, dude. Fuck YOU.

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And blonde Cory Feldman ca. The Lost Boys can kiss my ass. Seriously, he can kiss my ass. He’s all puckered up and ready to kiss something, so it may as well be my ass.

3:28 am May, 31 Scroteophobic said...

Is it my imagination or is cup-size inversely proportional to height here? And that includes the guys. Seriously, same constant of proportionality. That is just creepy.

4:14 am May, 31 CB Popped said...

Eurobags.

4:51 am May, 31 The Reverend Chad Kroeger said...

@Vin Douchal

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Sweet fuck those guys are great. Mrs. and I were in the homo (home office) drinking a bit last night after a bit of bud. Listened to this three, maybe more times as we were going over the books, and by books I mean genitals, and never noticed it wasn’t Floyd. Sweetness is a cool buzz at a Pink Floyd show, or these dudesons, Son

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War Pigs

5:16 am May, 31 Doucheywallnuts said...

Looking at this photo, where are bath salt enraged zombies when you need them?

5:37 am May, 31 Vin Douchal said...

@ Rev

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Sweet fuck those guys ARE great. They sound like Zappa fucked Rush and had super babies that all came out as Steve Morse.

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Their originals are great :

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… and every show is different as they invite people to record them and features a great and unusual cover tune

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Did I mention Jake Cinninger is one of the greatest guitarist out there right now?

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The 6 members of Umphrey’s McGee sit down to try their respective hands at the keyboard. Backstage at Minglewood Hall, Memphis, TN, 09/24/10

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Fuccers never come to L.A. anymore, though

6:29 am May, 31 Et Tu Douche? said...

Rev@4:51 am

Pink Floyd & War Pigs??? that bud must be really good seeing as you had what seems to be A Momentary Lapse of Reason.

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Dogs of War

7:42 am May, 31 Douche Wayne said...

@ Vin Thanks for vid!

I’m going to see Rogers Waters perform The Wall at Yankee Stadium in July. I’ve been tingling for months now. I’ll post any video I may get.

As for Mr. Pee-more Hoffmung, I recommend at least 30 spf.

8:34 am May, 31 troy tempest said...

music is only alive as long as people are actually playing it for other people. Listening to the records is like looking at photographs. Music is alive and it only lives as long as people play it. Which is why I think it’s hysterical that all this crusty old prog stuff is way more alive than the hippie bilge water that was uber popular back then.

Here’s the top 25 hits of 1973:

1. Let’s Get It On – Marvin Gaye

2. I’ll Always Love My Mama – Intruders

3. Love Train – O’Jays

4. Money – Pink Floyd

5. Ramblin Man – Allman Brothers Band

6. Friends – Bette Midler

7. Time In A Bottle – Jim Croce

8. Touch Me In The Morning – Diana Ross

9. Crocodile Rock – Elton John

10. You Are The Sunshine Of My Life – Stevie Wonder

11. I’m Gonna Love You Just A Little Bit More Baby – Barry White

12. Feelin’ Stronger Every Day – Chicago

13. Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001) – Deodato

14. Drift Away – Dobie Gray

15. Bad, Bad Leroy Brown – Jim Croce

16. You Can’t Always Get What You Want – Rolling Stones

17. Daniel – Elton John

18. Do it Again – Steely Dan

19. Superstition – Stevie Wonder

20. Long Train Runnin’ – Doobie Brothers

21. Just You ‘N’ Me – Chicago

22. Superfly – Curtis Mayfield

23. Little Willy – Sweet

24. Frankenstein – Edgar Winter Group

25. Higher Ground – Stevie Wonder

Here’s the top 25 hits last year:

1 Bruno Mars- Grenade

2 Kesha- We R Who We R

3 Enrique Iglesias- Tonight (Feat. Ludacris)

4 Nelly- Just a Dream

5 Pink- Raise Your Glass

6 Rihanna- What’s My Name (Feat. Drake)

7 Katy Perry -Firework

8 Trey Songz- Bottoms Up (Feat. Nicki Minaj)

9 Pink- Perfect

10 David Guetta- Who’s That Chick (Feat. Rihanna)

11 Usher -More (RedOne Remix)

12 Rihanna- S&M

13 Pitbull- Hey Baby (Drop It To The Floor)

14 Mike Posner- Please Don’t Go

15 Far East Movement- Rocketeer (Feat. Ryan Tedder)

16 Diddy-Dirty Money- Coming Home (Feat. Skylar Grey)

17 Avril Lavigne -What the Hell

18 Fefe Dobson -Stuttering

19 Edward Maya -Stereo Love (Feat. Vika Jigulina)

20 David Guetta- Memories

21 Christina Perri- Jar of Hearts

22 Selena Gomez & the Scene- A Year Without Rain

23 Michael Jackson- Hold My Hand (Feat. Akon)

24 Chris Brown -Yeah 3x

25 Taylor Swift – Back to December

And to add insult to injury, Michael Jackson had hits back in 1973, and charted at #23 in 2011, even though HE WAS FUCKING DEAD.

Do you think in 30 years time there’s going to be a Katy PErry cover band filling sheds like the guys in the video above? I don’t think so. In 30 years, Katy Perry’s going to be an overstuffed post-menopausal crazy cat lady in Pasadena, forgotten and ignored. Her music will be, effectively, dead. But I can guarantee that in some garage somewhere, some kids will be smoking reefer and working out some old floyd riffs…

9:05 am May, 31 John Paul Jesus, Gangster Pope of SoMa said...

Rock is dead they say, long live… nope it seems to be really dead this time.

9:36 am May, 31 Jacques Doucheteau said...

What’s with all the bullshit reminiscing about the pantheon days of popular music? Does anybody remember 1973 and how shitty it was? And even making the comparison between then and know is like comparing apples to rabid wombats. The entire industry surrounding music production, recording, distribution, management, and broad social context is completely different. It’s like comparing the top hits of 1973 to the top hits of 1943. How do you even compare Bing Crosby singing “White Christmas” (#1 single in January of ’43) to “Your so Vain” by Carly Simon (#1 30 years later)?

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Actually, I think the tune to “Your so Vain” is just a reprise of “White Christmas”, but whatever.

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I’m sure very few old fogies would agree, but modern music is a vast improvement over the archaic days of rock n’ roll lore. You just need to know where to look. Observe.

9:41 am May, 31 Jacques Doucheteau said...

Don’t forget all the shitty artists that had hits in 1973 too. Cher, Ringo Star, Jim Croce, Paul McCartney and Wings, Eddie Kendriks, Chicago, George Harrison, John Lennon.

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Okay, Lennon didn’t have a charting single that year, but there’s a reason for that and it’s not because he didn’t do shit that year other than Yoko and softball-size piles of cocaine.

9:43 am May, 31 Jacques Doucheteau said...

Okay, it IS because all we was doing was Yoko and softball-size piles of cocaine. But can you blame the man? After that much coke and early seventies quality hallucinogens, I’d fuck just about anything with two (or three) legs too.

7:40 pm May, 31 ehcuodouche said...

I see a young Retard Matt Damon too.

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