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Growing up, times were tough, but peanut butter, jelly, and tortillas always seemed to flow in abundance. Being the innovative little chap that I was, I decided to do some experimentation. What could I possibly make by combining peanut butter, jelly, and tortillas? A PBJT! Ingredients: 1 Flour Tortilla - White tortillas are tastiest 1 Jar Peanut Butter - For the kids, Peter Pan brand PB is ... Continue Reading

Posted: March 29th, 2006

I don't know about you, but I often find myself becoming irrationally addicted to certain foods for several weeks at a time. Within this, however, one love affair has remained constant: my undying devotion to One World Cafe's sumptuous Tofu Burrito. Alas, unlike some fortunate souls, I live fifteen minutes' drive away from the purveyors of this delicious delicacy, and work a 9-5 job which rende ... Continue Reading

Posted: March 27th, 2006

Being an activist takes a lot of hard work and dedication. Before you become an activist, you should be absolutely certain you are working towards the cause that is right for you. As a public service to the community, Beatbots presents to you ACTIVIST FOR A DAY: bite-size activist acts to help you figure out the cause that best fits your needs. The following are recommended activistivit ... Continue Reading

Posted: March 24th, 2006

3/23 The Joggers w/ Georgie James @ The Black Cat 3/23 TV Hill, A Particularly Vicious rumor, and Crooks & Nannies @ The CCAS 3/23 Little Clayway, Mullyman, April Love, & Alevan @ Sonar 3/24 Part Chimp, The Death Set, Oxford Collapse & Dirty On Purpose, @ The Ottobar 3/25 usaisamonster, Dan Deacon, Wzt Hearts, Ponytail and the Boo Boos @ Wham City 3/25 The Oranges Band and ... Continue Reading

Posted: March 20th, 2006

How have the Georgetown Hoyas become the populist heroes of Washington, D.C.? In the last two years, the metro area has been infatuated with its most exclusive school and its men’s basketball program. What gives? Condoleezza Rice might be a fan of Foggy Bottom neighbor George Washington University, and the President might favor his #8-ranked Texas Longhorns, but Georgetown is the home of ... Continue Reading

Posted: March 7th, 2006

James Frey's 'A Million Little Pieces' has come under fire for being published as a memoir when it is, in fact, "fiction". The truth of the matter is that Frey's writing doesn't even qualify as fiction. James Frey is a just a bad liar. Fiction makes an effort to convey truth through narrative. Although the physical facts of a story may be invented, a writer of fiction still attempts to make yo ... Continue Reading

Posted: February 26th, 2006

Wilson Pickett, who passed away Jan. 19 of a heart attack at age 64, was one of the great soul singers. His raw gospel vocals brimmed with tension and passion. He was the antithesis of Curtis Mayfield in the world of soul: Pickett was hard, and not socially inclined. His voice was a mix of James Brown, Percy Sledge, and Jay Hawkins. For those familiar only with Vegas soul, Tom Jones's version of " ... Continue Reading

Posted: February 22nd, 2006

The cowboy boot is surely the most tenacious of its brethren, as its popularity has remained steadfast in vast portions of the lower U.S. since frontier days. This boot has seen many revivals and shadowy years of disdain, and yet, phoenix-like, it has found a home on moist feet across the world. Among the peripheral and cloistered youth of cities large and small, the cowboy boot has become, if n ... Continue Reading

Posted: February 17th, 2006

Though not a fan, I’ve always given Pink props for toeing the line of pop fluff and feminism. While, to my knowledge, she’s never come out and claimed the f-word, she has demonstrated her love of unconventional, strong women in her videos and interviews. Her latest video for Stupid Girls is seemingly a rallying cry for badass women, but the bulk of the song just rips on the Paris Hilton wanna-bes ... Continue Reading

Posted: February 15th, 2006

I wish I could host an episode of that band reunion show on VH1. I wouldn't reunite Flock of Seagulls or Frankie Goes To Hollywood--though there was plenty of black humor in watching balding new wave guys refuse to relive the past. No--I have more personal fish to fry. Or more accurately, robots. Four skinny, Midwestern robots, clad in multicolored vinyl jumpsuits with hair dyed to match. I'm talk ... Continue Reading

Posted: February 13th, 2006

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