Thursday, March 09, 2006
- Rollo Kim was first discovered by Alexander the Great in India, and introduced to Europe on his return!
- Early thermometers were filled with Rollo Kim instead of mercury!
- Olive oil was used for washing Rollo Kim in the ancient Mediterranean world.
- Rollo Kim can taste with his feet.
- Two grams of Rollo Kim provide enough energy to power a television for over twenty-three hours.
- You should always store Rollo Kim in an airtight container in the fridge.
- Rollo Kim is only six percent water.
- Over 2000 people have now climbed Rollo Kim, with roughly ten percent dying on the way down!
- If Rollo Kim was life size, he would stand 7 ft 2 inches tall and have a neck twice the size of a human!
- Rollo Kim is 1500 years older than the pyramids!
posted by Rollo Kim | 1:59 PM
Wednesday, June 08, 2005
posted by Rollo Kim | 1:24 AM
I'm going to be appearing live in London Village if anyone's interested? I'll be the one with the unusually shaped guitar...
Thursday, June 02, 2005
posted by Rollo Kim | 9:27 AM
Hello. I have not forgotten about this blog, but I seem to be spending more time and energy writing here and here at the moment.
Saturday, December 11, 2004
"The scenes here are quiet and quite disturbing, both simultaneously and at the same time..." The War on Terry.
posted by Rollo Kim | 5:04 AM
The year has flown by. It's been mental, but it's been so much fun. I have done more laughing, more crying, more puking and more ranting this year than I have in a very, very long time. Forget anything negative you've been TOLD about turning 30. It's been wonderful.
"A collection of rat brain cells has flown a virtual F-22 fighter jet from a Petri dish." unknowncountry.
Every day I am someone new. You see, I have nothing to call my own. Even my voice is not my own. I am only things I have assembled from encounters with other people, people whom I aspire to, people I feel I should aspire to, people I want to approve of me.
The CrackerDog film is finished. It's taken almost four years but it's done.
And The Mekano Set gets bigger and funnier on a daily basis. Check out the Ridder pics they are particularly ridiculous and yet really sweet and cool. I just know that the music is going to be perceived as some sort of ironic electro snobfest but it really has always been about people getting together, getting too drunk, and learning how to use voices, guitars and drum machines to "find some therapy".
Thursday, October 14, 2004
www.unknowncountry.com reports that "A new study shows that people with attractive voices are more sexually adventurous. When researchers asked 149 men and women to rate the attractiveness of recorded voices, they found the most appealing voices belonged to people who'd had sex at an earlier age and had more sexual partners."
posted by Rollo Kim | 1:30 AM
Personally I think that the research is flawed, because my speaking voice is about as appealing as washing your face with a cheese-grater. And I discovered sex when I was about twelve or something, and discovered so much of it in my early twentie's that by the time I turned thirty I just wanted to stay at home and look at the postcards.
Rollo Kim. I'm a funny guy. No, really.
Friday, September 03, 2004
So I've been keeping busy in my own small way, discovering the unexpected horrors of creating DVD's [that inexplicably appear to be of lower quality than VCDs / VHS - and I'm sure it's just me...], having finally completed the 'short film' I've been working on for the past three years with me old northern chums Al and Jo [links soon cause I think I'm going to post .mp3's of the whole thing and .mpg's of a couple of scenes. It's very arty. There's a couple of scenes that make me think of those early 4AD record covers. Man... if only every .mp3 file you had came with its own custom icon...] having fun with making 'pop songs' [our idea of pop being Curve]. Feeling human. Just getting on with life. No complaints - which is maybe why I have nothing to say? Not writing much at all at the moment but spending way too much time on music.
posted by Rollo Kim | 6:55 AM
Tuesday, August 03, 2004
In this year's Big Brother Awards "British Gas was named the Most Invasive Company, after it declared that a privacy act prevented it from helping an elderly couple who were found dead of hypothermia in their home last winter, weeks after their gas service was cut off due to nonpayment of a $255 bill. They said the act prevented them from reporting the situation to social services agencies that could have helped the couple restore their heat." www.unknowncountry.com
posted by Rollo Kim | 2:20 PM