Monthly Archives: March 2009

Chickity Check It! GoodMorningGloucester In The Media

Here’s coverage of our coverage-

Who else wants to see a bunch of broads rolling around on skates at high speed trying to take each other’s heads off?

Besides me that is, lol.

Dames interviewed on GoodMorningGloucester

Sure there was other press there. Sure they had fancier cameras with big huge ginormous lenses and fancy flash set ups. Ya think they got the in depth personal interviews that we did?

Hell no. These shmoes are content taking pictures from 50 feet while we get up close and personal for the personal side of things.

Maybe they take nicer pictures from a thousand feet away but I’ll tell you what. I’ll take my video and interviewing skills and put them up against anyone. So go ahead all you photographers out there, stay back at a safe distance while we here at GMG get you inside the action down on the floor and in the subjects grill.

That’s what I’m talkin ’bout sucka!

Ask Fevah, she’ll tell ya who got the scoop!

Tazlamian Devil At The Boston Massacre Vs Maine Port Authority Roller Derby Bout

Tazlamian Devil At The Boston Massacre Vs Maine Port Authority Roller Derby Bout-

Taz schools us on some of the finer points of Roller Derby- Pulling The Trigger, Scoring Points & Jamming are all explained- SCHWING!  🙂

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Here are other Videos From The Bout-

Trixie Von Toxic, The Maine Port Authority, Pixie Quick N Witty

Floral Derangement From the Wicked Pissahs & Disco Inferno

Harlot Fevah From The Boston Massacre

Blue Lobster


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This rare blue lobster was caught by Horace Lindberg Jr. (Dad) aboard the Brother II circa 1970’s. He gave it to the UMass Marine Biology Station in Bay View. They said the chances of “catching” this rare lobster was about 1 in 5 million. He had t-shirts mad up with the boat name and the slogan “one in 5 million”

Around one in two million lobsters is blue. A research study conducted by Professor Ronald Christensen at the University of Connecticutdiscovered that a genetic defect causes a blue lobster to produce an excessive amount of protein.[4] The protein, and a red carotenoidmolecule known as astaxanthin, combine to form a blue complex known as crustacyanin, giving the lobster its blue color.[5]

Funny, notice the pegs, haven’t seen those in a long time.

Harley Quinn and Sugar Hits Of The Boston Massacre

It’s hard to believe these women turn into vicious warriors when they strap on the skates but believeme, there is no mercy on the track.  More video at 5PM


Movie – “Outsourced”

Click poster for a trailer.

Click poster for a trailer.

Wednesday 3/4 @ 7:15pm
Thursday 3/5 @ 7:15pm
Cape Ann Community Cinema
(at Gloucester Stage)
267 East Main Street * East Gloucester * 978/282-1988

“Outsourced” is a modern day comedy of cross-cultural conflict and romance. Todd Anderson (Josh Hamilton) spends his days managing a customer call center in Seattle until his job, along with those of the entire office, are outsourced to India. Adding insult to injury, Todd must travel to India to train his new replacement. As he navigates through the chaos of Bombay and an office paralyzed by constant cultural misunderstandings, Todd yearns to return to the comforts of home. But it is through his team of quirky yet likable Indian call center workers, including his friendly and motivated replacement, Puro (Asif Basra), and the charming, opinionated Asha (Ayesha Dharker), that Todd realizes that he too has a lot to learn – not only about India and America, but about himself. He soon discovers that being outsourced may be the best thing that ever happened to him.

“…a film bursting with affection for its characters and for India. It never pushes things too far, never stoops to cheap plotting, is about people learning to really see one another. It has a fundamental sweetness and innocence…And in a time when the word ‘chemistry’ is lightly bandied about, what they generate is the real thing.” -Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times