To create the blend, members of the band teamed up with West Coast beanery J. Gursey Coffee. The resulting blend encompasses unique fair trade beans such as Ethiopian Yirgacheffe, Guatemalan Huehuetenago, and Organic Peru, with a toss of Vintage Black Diamond, though it's a huge wasted opportunity that they didn't include any corn flavors in there. In fact, screw coffee. They've been together for 25 years and they're still not selling Korndogs? That is just leaving money on the table.
Anyway, here's a video of the guys from "Freak On A Leash" pretending to make coffee:
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MC Hammer Tried To Start A Google Competitor
Legendary rapper MC Hammer has owned horses, invested in mixed martial arts, and attempted a number of other similarly financially questionable ventures, but his saddest moneymaking scheme probably came back in October 2011, when he started a "deep search engine" called WireDoo. WireDoo was intended to compete with a little company you might have heard of called "Google" (you can Google it if you haven't).
In fairness, the technological advancement that Mr. Hammer pitched was useful, if not already in practice: adding relationship information to search results. For instance, if you searched for a Honda Civic, you could also get information about insurance, pricing, and consumer safety ratings. Or if you searched for "MC Hammer," you might find articles detailing why it's a terrible idea to do business with him. Hammer went looking for private investors, which apparently didn't go so well, considering that he's the one and only "team member" listed when you look WireDoo up.
Crunchbase.comYou can't touch this ... search engine, because it doesn't exist anymore.