DJ Does a Good Job (also known as Molly Man or Rob) is an American disc jockey, rapper and graphic artist. He was briefly a member of That's Adultery at the beginning of 2008. His family loves him so much and is so proud of his dedication and accomplishments in school and to his family and friends.
"Molly Man" (-∞ - 2006)Edit
Before 2006, DJ Does a Good Job was referred to exclusively as Molly Man due to his oft-worn Flogging Molly t-shirt. He spoke rarely and ate only french fries in ketchup provided to him by the San Juan Unified School District.
"Rob" and The Lobster Rockets (2006-2007) Edit
In 2006, Molly Man became Rob upon joining the third-wave ska band group, The Lobster Rockets, with some boys who would go on to form She's a Dead Man. During this period of time, he grew closer to The Flesh of Bulls through Academic Decathlon and The Flesh of Bulls's tenuous affiliation with The Lobster Rockets. DJ Does a Good Job played trumpet in the band, though he and everyone else recognized his crippling musical limitations. It was also during this period that DJ Does a Good Job and band groupmate Hick Nanks formed the band group The Rick Conclusion.
"DJ Does a Good Job" (2008)Edit
Early in 2008, DJ Does a Good Job was a member of That's Adultery. During this stint, he was known as DJ Does a Good Job. With the help of his turntables, he provided some sweet scratches, etc. Unfortunately, he was honorably discharged from the band group after he sold said turntables.
Past and Present PropertyEdit
Electric Guitar Edit
Dj Does a Good Job once had an electric guitar. It had four strings, a pretty black body, and a minute amount of sex appeal. One day, DJ Does a Good Job needed money to buy a PA system, so he sold the electric guitar to The Penis He Thought Was His Own.
PA System Edit
DJ Does a Good Job once had a PA system. It had two really big speakers, a pretty loud amplifier, and a moderate amount of sex appeal. One day, DJ Does a Good Job needed money to buy a pair of turntables, so he sold the PA system to The Penis He Thought Was His Own.
DJ Does a Good Job once had a pair of turntables. They had two motors, one working needle, and a huge amount of sex appeal. One day, DJ Does a Good Job needed money to buy a digital camera, so he sold the turntables to someone.
Digital Camera Edit
DJ Does a Good Job currently has a digital camera. It has interchangeable lenses, a neck strap, and an obscene amount of sex appeal.
Sparse in hair, DJ Does a Good Job's head is balding.
With a sturdy cock, DJ Does a Good Job's phallus is larger than average.
Easily visible, DJ Does a Good Job's testicles and scrotum are identifiable when hanging out with the lad.
People like it.
People hate them.
DJ Does a Good Job is a self-proclaimed artist. He makes drawings and stencils and experimental films. He has also dabbled in performance art with his performance art troupe, Smashing Electronics is Like Doing Crack, a group of guys who get together to smash electronics, commenting on how technology is overwriting that which makes us most human. DJ Does a Good Job's images are mostly of awkward men with sparse but dark hair in unappealing areas of their face and pronounced facial wrinkles. Often they will have odd moustaches, or furrowed unibrows. Random text often takes precendence in DJ Does a Good Job's work, recalling a more scattershot and street savvy version of Jenny Holzer or Bruce Nauman. DJ Does a Good Job has worked on one experimental film, 103 4879, which makes use of minimalistic cinematography, light and shadow effects and naturalistic performances from two talented young actors. 103 4879 was panned as pornographic at the Cannes Film Festival, but DJ Does a Good Job took it in stride and returned to his studio to draw. He was critically lauded for his installation piece, "Maxi Pad Mashed into an Air Duct", which he constructed with help from Tarvis and The Penis He Thought Was His Own.
Quotable Quotes Edit
DJ Does a Good Job: The Last House on the Left: First a metal band, and now a movie...
DJ Does a Good Job: Shoegazer muzak!!!1