Thursday, April 3, 2008

Josh Baish's Earful

I'm surprised I hadn't hear about this story until just a few minutes ago. Wow. No wonder Rubber Gloves was having Boris listening parties and whatnot last month.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

who gives a shit?
that guy is fat.
who couldn't run a club with a trust fund?
rubber gloves sucks almost as bad as a dallas supergroup with farah and wanz and shane english hosted by the observer.










*yamn*

welp, i'm outta here...

Anonymous said...

obviously a post by parade of flesh.

Anonymous said...

no, sorry.

i posted it...


have we met?


i'm josh baish, and i enjoy making fun of myself.

Anonymous said...

Wow, sounds like you need to dump on everybody because you've never personally accomplished anything.

Change your tampon. Take up yoga.

64 Eels said...

"Wow, sounds like you need to dump on everybody because you've never personally accomplished anything."

that's Josh in the shell of a nut

Anonymous said...

i've owned a rock club for over a decade.

doesn't that count for something?

anything?

fellas?

- josh baish

Anonymous said...

it just means your dad is able to bail you out when you fail

Anonymous said...

"do i come to your work and knock the broom outta your hand?"

Anonymous said...

touche

Anonymous said...

at least rubbergloves hasn't totally sold out... and bought in to turning into a thursday night gay club. ahem haileys and their beautiful velvet curtains...
most of you are too young to remember the good old days of byob and outside shows of rubbergloves, but to us that can remeber, its a time we look back on with fondness none of the new wave indie kids will ever even have a taste of..

i say cheers josh. hope you can still hear brother.

Anonymous said...

salud!

Anonymous said...

remember the big bang? yeah... good times.
the line is, "it's not like i come down to where you work and jump up and down on the mattress".

Anonymous said...

"at least rubbergloves hasn't totally sold out"

he sure tried though

Anonymous said...

he did?
how?

Anonymous said...

when everyone else opted to go to college, he chose to start his own business. i think that's commendable. and besides that, it takes a lot more than money to run a club and keep it in business that long. it's a risky venture that not many people would have the balls to do.