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Character Witnesses

September 27, 2007

eLeCtRoNiC mAgIcIaN!!

tHaNk yOu fOr aLL tHe bEaUtY yOu bRiNg!!
May 16, 2007
He hates Pigeons.
I mean he REALLY hates Pigeons!
Possibly one of the smartest men I know with a great heart...but he hates Pigeons.
I've been honored to be at his Dad's ranch partying down in the Casbah.
How many people out there are the owners of a real Arab Princes tent?!
Did I mention that he hates pigeons.
He is a DJ Spinner extraordinaire and a great guy at a party. Always fun to be around!!
Milk will drop everything to help a friend in need. A true Burner...except for the pigeon thing.
I am honored to call Milkman a friend.
But then, I'm not a Pigeon.
If I WAS a pigeon, I wouldn't feel safe until I was at LEAST three States away from this man.
June 14, 2005
All Pussie's love Milk...
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about me
a mostly hairless pink monkey with mad macgyver-swank esoterrorist styley, who endeavors to stay one step ahead of johnny law in his retropolitan epicurean quest for rare & vivid slices of life - please visit for the sonic DJ Milk experience
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Jibber Jabber

Back when the best toys involved more than their fair share of danger. . .

I searched for this bad boy on the Web a couple years back and found. . . nothing. Was I merely hallucinating my favorite toy? Was it all just that really bad dream where you get the best toy ever, your mind totally comprehends its mysterious yet complete & inner functioning. . . and then you wake up and it never existed? So nice to finally find it it here:

I assume they stopped making these because little fuckos might ride them down the stairs. I know I did.

Pretty sure mine was called a Crazy Wheel. . . it had a spiral design on the wheel. . . and it could haul ass. You cranked the wheels in opposing directions to spin in place, until you puked. Try that with a Big Wheel! Infinitely superior and very rad!

I finally grew out of my beloved Crazy Wheel (or I think my parents made it disappear) and I had to move on. . . to FIRE!

Methinks I must make a bigger one that accomodates my more adult monkey frame.
Tue, November 28, 2006 - 6:57 PM permalink - 1 comment
The problem: neglected books in the basement collecting dust. The other challenge: chasing down elusive books that have gone out of print. I am amazed by Bookmooch - - one of those rare killer applications that has materialized out of the noise of that thar intraweb.

It works like this. . . you list books you want to get rid of and agree to send them promptly when people ask for them. You get points in bookmooch credit for both of these tasks. Search for the books you want, if anyone has them in their inventory you can mooch them, and then they send them to you. . . for free.

In only a couple of weeks, I've scored several excellent finds (including Cormac McCarthy's The Road - the week it was published). My stacks of forsaken pulp are disappearing at a rapid pace. . . and reappearing in the hands of people who want to read them. All for the modest price of a little postage. Awesome.
Mon, October 2, 2006 - 6:42 PM permalink - 3 comments
Born on the mountain
Raised in a cave
Fuckin' 'n truckin'
Is all that I crave
-- the redneck local asked to recite a poem,
and kicked out, shortly thereafter,
for molesting the pussies

Momma needs beer!!!
-- small child at the Freak Farm

People are having sex everywhere around us. . .
(the best thing a DJ can hear while working it)
Thu, June 22, 2006 - 11:27 PM permalink - 2 comments
Big meal plans are in the works for the first iftar "break fast" of Ramadhan. We miss the sunset rush, but the 7 train whips us to the far reaches of Jackson Heights, Queens, where the Kebababish Palace discreetly seats us in the corner, following some rapidfire negotiations in Urdu, so we may irreverently enjoy some brown-bagged cervezitas.

Amidst a feast of tandoor fish, BBQ yardbird, goat dhal, and most flavorful sesame & garlic naans, the plans for Project Skyjuice are hatched. The crackle of lightning and peals of thunder shall rumble across the desert floor as we unleash our funk jihad from the Kashmiri Sound Machine. Goats will be roasted, virgins will be sacrificed, and the Sufic geometries of the Dream Machine shall subject believers and skeptics alike to hypnotic trance states.

It is said that Ramadhan is the month in which Satan and his minions are locked away in Hell to prevent them from misleading, deceiving and whispering in the ears of believers. That may be, but we'll nevertheless be hard at work conjuring the reality of such visions as only Nostradamus could have prophesized.

"Nothing is true—everything is permitted."

-- Hassan I Sabbah
Wed, October 5, 2005 - 9:39 PM permalink - 0 comments
Some of this year's hilarity from the Dreamtime festival -

How fucking far in the middle of fucking nowhere do you have to go to play your shit and not have to put up with this fucking bullshit!?!?!
-- DJ Juanito

I don't. . . think. . . I know. . . how. ? . ? .
-- Ricky

Quiet zone!?!? This isn't the fucking quiet zone! THIS IS THE LOUD ZONE!!!
-- DJ Juanito (all the way from fucking New Mexico)

You gotta treat it like a woman. You can't just turn it on and then walk away.
-- Milk

This isn't a smoking jacket. This is my playboy costume.
-- Alex (at the very advanced age of 12)

-- Ricky (aka the Interrupting Cow)

National Ice Cream Day is a very important holiday to me. Would you be so kind as to help me celebrate it some more?
-- Milk

Thank you, Dr. Whippet!
-- Tara

Bhakti Rasa is the most perfect music I've ever heard. But I have their CD and tomorrow when I listen to it I know it won't be.
-- Ricky

So it seems like we have enough people now. When do we start taking down the corporations?
-- Stan

Next year we'll guarantee we'll play a minimum of 20 hours of amplified music every day.
-- Yahya

I believe in the equality of man (and woman, I might add). And I believe that religious duties consist in doing justice, loving mercy, and endeavoring to make our fellow-creatures happy.
-- Thomas Paine (quoted between songs at Kan'Nal's performance)
Tue, July 19, 2005 - 1:34 PM permalink - 1 comment
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Have You Seen Him?

Inspired by others, but I'm here to evangelize! This here jackalope is a symbol of my individuality and an expression of my personal freedom!
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