Look where it got Cameron Crowe! 

Oh, you kids.

"Don't do drugs!"


Solid brass, you say? 

It's hard to reconcile not believing in hell with being convinced some people are going.

No jury would convict Fred Goldman, either.


The blight on modern music that is Creed... 

...is over.

If that means there will be no new radio play for retreads of "Arms Wide Open" (which is to songwriting what "Eyes Wide Shut" was to filmmaking - and I like Stanley Kubrick), sign me up.

Good riddance.



I suck - WHY, oh WHY do I suck?! 

my little pony
You're My Little Pony!! Sweet and innocent and
happy, you make people want to spew burrito
chunks. Even a Care Bear could kick your ass.

What childhood toy from the 80s are you?
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Gawd, this is as much blogging as I have energy for today. I have a bunch of stuff started, but every time I try to finish an entry, I feel faint. And my boss wants to give me, you know, work. So, more stuff tonight that isn't so touchy-feely...and yes, you can verbally kick my ass in the comments if you want - after all, if a Care Bear can, why not you?



The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly 

Good: Yippee! It apparently makes the Dems' record in special elections this year 2-0, and both in strong Republican districts, to boot. Okay, it's dumb, but I'll say it again. Yippee!

Bad: It's no secret Alabama is a "red" state, all but guaranteed to back President Bush in his bid for re-election this November.

This is just irresponsible journalism - in point of fact, you can't say that with any certainty - it's an OPINION. At least now we know who to hit up for campaign contributions and who has already maxed out.

Persistent trumpeting of Alabama's supposed role as firmly entrenched in the red state by people who are otherwise supposed to be impartial is what drives people to contribute time and energy other places, to vote for candidates who can't possibly win while claiming to be fed up with the current administration, or to not vote at all.

How frustrating it is that there is a complete disconnect between the feelings of many Alabamians and the perception of them. The phrase "self-fulfilling prophecy" comes to mind, i.e. if we SAY that Alabama's a red state and therefore hopeless, it's going to come true. Argh.

I do like this, though...

What if a boss checks on his employees? For example, while Enfinger gave $500 to Clark, Sandra Steele, the head of Enfinger's development company, gave $2,000 to Bush.

Well, at least he'll know whose opinion to take with a grain of salt, huh? Oh, that's just ugly of me. Too frickin' bad.

and, as promised...


Most blatant lie from this article? "Suing is a possibility," said Horne, who would not divulge whether he has any political affiliation. "That's my business. This is not about me and my politics. I didn't have an 'R' stamped on my dog tags."

Um, I think it's ABSOLUTELY about politics, and about YOU, since you're the one threatening a lawsuit. Therefore, it's about you and your politics. What, you're not comfortable with logic?


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