In case you were busy during Willy on Q tonight, here’s some of the stuff you missed!
Willy went to see ‘Baby Driver’ and LOVED IT! Gave it a 9/10, Kimmie also saw it, but only gave it a 6/10
Have you gone to see it yet? What would you rate it out of 10? Rotten Tomatoes gives it 94%
The August edition of Rolling Stone Magazine has a familiar face on it’s cover… check it out here
(MARTIN SCHOELLER FOR ROLLING STONE)
We also talked about ‘Out For A Rip’… Don’t know what that is? Check it out…
Well according to the guys responsible for this Canadian masterpiece…
Here’s the scoop. I was grocery shopping in T’ranna, and by pure coincidence, stumbled upon a bottle of Coke, with “Out For A Rip” printed across the front. As you may or may not know, that happens to be the name of a song i wrote that made a fairly significant impact here in Canada. I also own the trademark for the phrase. (see link)
The bottle is being used as part of a music promotion by Coca Cola which allows folks to scan their bottle with their smartphone to bring up an online music playlist. The “Out for a Rip” playlist, for some reason, does not contain the song “Out for a Rip”.
Soon after making this discovery, i was flooded with reports of these bottles popping up nationwide, and decided it was time to respond to this seemingly unlicensed use of my intellectual friggin’ property. With my lawyer, Rob Kittredge, (RKIP.ca) I decided the best possible course of action would be to detail the whole ordeal in a music video that also serves as my legal demand letter to Coca Cola. I hope this answers some questions for all those who’ve been enquiring. Friggin’ right on.
B.Rich & Rob
So Coke was using ‘Out For A Rip’ and no credit was given, so here is ‘Out For A Sip’
This is straight up Canada haha if you don’t understand the lyrics, you’re not Canadian!
Our ‘Way Too Late For A Question, Question‘ asked what was shipped from Hong Kong to LA in chip containers that saw a man get arrested?
Answer? King Cobras… YOWZA!
That’s it for tonight! Back at er tomorrow eh?