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Sunday, June 30, 2002
So, here's yet another post on music. Strap yourself in and FEEL THE GEES!


  • "Across The Universe" is superior in every way to "The Long and Winding Road". It's not nearly as sappy, and it seems to have more staying power. Plus, it says "Jai guru deva, OM."

  • Tom Waits might just be the best songwriter ever.

  • Me First and The Gimmie Gimmies can do no wrong. I just got their cover of "Sloop John B.", which is my favorite Beach Boys song in the world. The cover starts off like "Teenage Lobotomy" by The Ramones, and doesn't stop kicking ass for the duration. Yeah, they have a gimmick. But, they're good enough to roll with it. Better, even, than Dread Zeppelin.

  • Black Sabbath RULES!

  • Sharon Osbourne kicks even more ass than Ozzy.




Ummm... some random thoughts that I feel like puttind down here, since I feel like writing, but have nothing of Great Importance to say.

I would gladly accept the position of Missonary of Rocknroll, if such a position existed.

My dream job is to be a panelist on "Match Game". Obviously, I would never be as cool as Charles Nelson Riley or Richard Dawson, but I can't see any downsides to that job besides my inherent lack of coolness.






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