Monday, August 29, 2011

Question for the Group

So, by "Music" we must be contained to audio as I'm not seeing any post Video Music Awards banter... what up wit dat?

2 comments:

  1. Okay, now's as good a time as any to make a confession. Most of you probably know this, but let's just make it officially official.
    I not only do not have a cell phone, smart or otherwise, but I do not have cable. Not because I am so tech-saavy that my computer renders cable moot, but because I just don't. I remember having it as a child. I watched the MTV and HBO and a scrambled Playboy Channel.
    I feel I miss some good, good stuff because I am cable-less, but I saw a sunset the other day. I'm not bragging, it was kind of a shitty sunset.
    I saw a little of the Lady GaGa bit on the internet. It was kind of boring and awkward, which in my experience means it is art. Specifically performance art. Jeez, even the good stuff can be horrible, but the bad stuff can temporarily lobotomize you. My head didn't hurt too much, so it might be good. I didn't really enjoy it but i liked that she took herself way too seriously in a not so serious way. I also like Brian May's guitar playing. Did she fall off the piano?
    I didn't see it, but everyone, and i mean everyone, is talking about Beyonce and her baby to be and did we seriously not take any pictures of her for the last 4 months? How does that happen? I thought she was under constant surveillance.
    Man, my comments can get blustery. That's pretty cool.
    Also, I have determined that I am not nearly as socially awkward as I used to be. I am cured. Awesome, right?

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  2. I would just like to express my support for the Beyon-Z baby. Ever since I saw Jay-Z on Real Time with Bill Maher (that's on the cable, Jim), I've had a crush on him, although not as big as the crush Bill Maher seemed to have. He (Jay-Z) has a cute giggle!
    Congratulations on your cure! Just don't get too cocky; a little neurosis is cool.

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What the youth of today are listening to

It's time for my annual Cognitive Psychology Music Club - they've picked their favorite songs!  Enjoy!