Montrealer Julien Smith is resuming his In Over Your Head hip hop podcast after an extended absence (and some sponsorship).
So if you like hip hop mixed with a guy talking about himself (and really, isn’t that what hip hop is all about?) go ahead and subscribe to the feed.
Bored? CBC’s latest rendition of Test The Nation just finished on TV (though you can take the test online). Among the six teams fighting it out in studio were “bloggers” (Here are their mugshots). The team includes some well-known Montrealers:
Nulman has guaranteed that the blogger group will be victorious over celebrity look-alikes, cab drivers, backpackers, chefs and flight crews. Can they pull it off? Considering how skewed the questions are toward technology trivia (there’s even an entire section on it), I wouldn’t be surprised…
UPDATE: 26 questions in, and the bloggers are leading.
UPDATE: Nulman breathes a sigh of relief, as the bloggers easily take the competition with an average score of 50/60. Highest is Rick Spence at 57. I scored a still-respectable 47.
UPDATE: The CBC actually does a pretty darn decent job rounding up the post-test blogger reaction. They also put up some fun statistical stuff (StatsCan they are not), which shows that meateaters scored better than vegetarians, heavy Internet users scored more than light Internet users, and that Quebec outscored every other province (HA! Suck it Alberta!). The best: Nunavut. The worst: PEI.
If you’re like me, you wake up every morning thinking: “I wonder if I’m going to see some sweet bare-chested Fred Ngo or other Fred Ngo-related softcore pornography.”
We got a sneak peek back in July with a water fight, but since then he’s been mostly clothed in public.
Well today Barechested Fred Ngo is back, with a bang, in Galacticast’s new episode. He thrusts.
The episode is a very funny Star Trek parody, filled with homosexuality, incest, bullying, sluttiness, simulated cunnilingus and Julien Smith. All things that other people wouldn’t touch with a 10-foot pole.
Well… Fred Ngo would touch it with his 10-foot pole. But he’ll touch anything with his 10-foot pole.