Monthly Archives: June 2008

Tropic Thunder is a Can’t Miss

Can’t wait for Ben Stiller’s new film, Tropic Thunder, huh?

The RandT had the privilege to attend a private screening last week… Yeah, that’s right! 

Check out our review and a killer uncensored trailer…

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Yay for Raf

Its official!!

The RandT‘s very own Raf, embarks on a new chapter in his career, joining Apple as of July 14th, 2008.

We are very excited and look forward to much success!!!

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The RandT Book Club – June Entry

Our official June selection for The RandT Book Club is Chuck Palahniuk’s latest, “SNUFF

In Palahniuk’s, tawdry, twisted return to form, Cassie Wright is an aging porn queen, ready for her last hurrah, in the form of the world’s largest gang bang – 600 men. Some are there because they are huge fans; some are hoping to become porn stars themselves. And some are there for very personal reasons…

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Hear no Evil…

We would like to take a moment and kindly say BOO to the following recording artists and their latest releases:

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DUFFY – “ROCKFERRY”

Why we can’t stand her? 

She is the Recording Industry’s sober alternative to Amy Winehouse. You know what?! We PREFER our retro-cool-neo-soul singers to BE strung-out, drug-laden tabloid fodder, OK?

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What happened in Des Moines?

Yeah, Ok…. Now its old news. But you gotta wonder, why didn’t anybody know about the flooding in Des Moines, Iowa? You could ask a friend, a co-worker, or your lover during your hot, steamy, sex session and you’d get the same reaction: a blank, confused stare.

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Welcome to The RandT Book Club.

What is the toughest decision we, as Americans, face on a regular basis? The Office or Grey’s Anatomy? Pepperoni Hot Pockets vs. Philly Cheese Steak Hot Pockets? Gap or Old Navy? None of the above. 

We find the hardest choice to make while perusing the aisles of our local bookstores.  Finding a great book to read is quite nearly impossible if you aren’t a member of Oprah’s Book Club (The Poisonwood Bible? Yeah, right, I could relate to that.) 

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