I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside by Earl Sweatshirt

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It was 2009 when LA hip hop collective (Tyler, The Creator would be offended being labeled “hip hop” because he’s evolving…) Odd Future started buzzing on line. It took half a blink for the entire world to be mesmerized by their antics, music, and interviews, perhaps in that order.

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Fox Tramp: Funeral Boners and Nazis

SONY DSCNazis in tattooing are like boners at a funeral. They’re an unfortunate aspect but their existence doesn’t make you want to cut your dick off.

I don’t know why, but every TV show or movie with tattoo artists portray them as Criss Angel wanna-bes or illiterate rock stars who drink until the sun goes up. In reality many are just geeky art kids. They have comic book folders and see punk shows. Contrary to the popular portrayal of American television and movies, the world of tattooing tends to have political and philosophical ideologies polar opposite to those of white supremacists and Nazi skinheads.

The degenerate Nazi types of groups exist on the fringe of culture, whether the scene be tattooing, punk shows, or politics. They’re the Fred Phelps or Sarah Palin of the tattoo world, laughably annoying and without actual power.

My friend took a trip to tattoo up in northern California, near San Francisco. A Nazi walked in, wanting a Swastika on his arm. The artists sent him over to the guest artist, Hiro, who was visiting from Japan. The Nazi said, “I don’t give a shit who does the tattoo.”

Hiro told the guy $200 to tattoo the arm but only $25 to tattoo the Swastika on his hand. These sort of statements make the point. There’s subtext. The point of  “we don’t want to do your tattoo” is being made.

People can him and haw all they like that tattooing is a service industry but it’s the only service industry where the customer isn’t always right and, actually, is usually wrong.

Artists tend to take the “fuck off” approach to Nazis and skinheads or really anyone who thinks Arian is an endearing term. Tattooers will throw ridiculous price quotes at them in hopes of scaring off their meth ravaged wallets. Most artists I know refuse to tattoo any Third Reich paraphernalia flat out. If any tattooer ever gives you a huge price for your tattoo idea then it’s because they don’t want to tattoo you. Maybe your idea sucks. Maybe you suck.

The one thing every artist can agree on, though, is they love to fuck with Nazis.

I once heard this “get what you got” story. Artists cut up this board so people could fit their arm or leg through the hole. If you paid the shop minimum you could stick an appendage through and you’d be guaranteed at least an hour of tattooing. Once a Nazi skinhead walked in and artists convinced him to take the “get what you got” deal. He stuck his arm through and when he pulled it out, fury ensued.

The artist had tattooed a pin up girl on his arm but with a big afro, round butt, and heavy brown shading.

That’s the problem of the Nazi who wants to permanently mark his skin with misguide hatred. You can’t find a decent artist who’ll tattoo you or if you do, at a reasonable price. My advice for these Hitler dick suckers is to call their friend Skeeter (I assume every racist has a friend named Skeeter) and have him do a good old fashion stick and poke tattoo. Then take your hepatitis like a man and move on with your life.


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Mr. Wonderful by Action Bronson

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For some time now hip hop has surfaced as the overwhelming voice of the youth.  Corporations that once shuddered at the thought of this genre representing their products, now throw millions at artists for endorsement deals in hopes to of capitalizing on this wave that seems permanent.  What has been lost during the rise of popularity and paychecks however, has been the art of the music.  Albums specifically.  More and more the search for the radio hit takes precedent over the constructing of an actual body of work.  With so much competition nowadays, a rapper has a small window from getting your attention, to producing quality verses, to actually graduating to an artist that can carry their own project.  The Flushing Queens MC has had the attention of hip hop fans for a minute, Mr. Wonderful is the attempt to make you a permanent fan.

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Shuddy’s Pull List: 4/8/15

Well, as you can see DC’s Convergence is upon us, and I’m fully committed to buying the whole story, so for the next few weeks any reviews I write will be focused on this story.


Bill And Ted’s Most Triumphant Return #2


Convergence #1

Convergence Batgirl #1

Convergence Batman And Robin #1

Convergence Harley Quinn #1

Convergence Justice League #1

Convergence Nightwing Oracle #1

Convergence Speed Force #1

Convergence Superman #1

Convergence The Atom #1

Convergence The Question #1

Convergence Titans #1 (Of 2)


Jupiter\’s Circle #1

Rat Queens #10

Saga #27

Walking Dead #140


Spider-Man 2099 #11

Spider-Woman #6

It Follows: Review


I must start this review by simply stating that “It Follows” is absolutely an awesome film. I consider myself a horror film fan above all other genres of film and believe in many ways it’s the hardest genre to execute. The music, the editing and the cinematography of this film are so exemplary that really any film fan can appreciate the craftsmanship at work and even when not being scary the film succeeds as great art. Continue reading

Shuddy’s Pull List: 4/1/15


Batman And Robin Annual #3

Batman Eternal #52

Convergence #0

Harley Quinn #16 (Dave Johnson Movie Poster Variant Cover)

New 52 Futures End #48

Superman Wonder Woman #17 (Gene Ha Movie Poster Variant Cover)

Wonder Woman #40 (David Finch Movie Poster Variant Cover)


Legenderry Green Hornet #2


Amazing Spider-Man #17

Cyclops #12

Spider-Gwen #3

Uncanny Inhumans #0