Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Mike Seaver Loves Me, This I Know....

Come hell or high water, you WILL be seeing the DBT TDU SF Night 2 post tomorrow morning.

In the mean time.....

Joss Stone is a singer who has been on my radar for a couple of years. I've always liked her voice but never committed to an album purchase. That all changed when I heard her song "Right to be Wrong".

"Right to be Wrong" might as well of been written, produced, recorded and mixed in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. If this ain't got that Muscle Shoals Soul, then I don't know what does.

So, meet my new English, soul singing girlfriend (I've got an apparent fetish for those English-lady soul singers), Joss Stone. I love her and I wish to be her baby-daddy.

Oh, yeah, I dig good pop music. I'm a music whore.

This is off of her 2nd album. She just released her third in March.


Check out the Bay Area's Inhuman Eating Machine:

Inhuman Eating Machine:

"Whenever friends meet my Uncle Charles, the first thing he tells them about me is the time he took me to McDonald’s when I visited him and my aunt in Canarsie when I was nine.

He says: “I asked Andy what he wanted to eat and he says, ‘I want 2 Quarter Pounders with Cheese, 2 Filet-O-Fish, a large fries, a large coke, an apple pie, and a vanilla milkshake.’ At first, I told him he couldn’t order all that food, because I thought he was pulling my leg. It wasn’t about the money, you understand. No nine year old eats that much. But he told me he was serious, so I ordered the food for him. And he ate it all! I’ve never seen something so incredible.”

That is my legacy. I am the Inhuman Eating Machine."

An illustrated guide to Republican scandals.


Aristotle.... Descartes..... Neitchze.... I've read 'em all regarding their philosophies on 'god'.

Thank 'god'... FINALLY... a voice on this issue that can impart more powerful knowledge to me than the three philosophers above..... I've been waiting for you Mike Seaver.... I mean, Kirk.

Kirk Cameron proves that God exists. - By Troy Patterson - Slate Magazine:

"In Cameron's introductory remarks at the debate—which can be seen at something like its full and numbing length at abcnews.go.com—he coolly claimed that 'the existence of God can be proven 100 percent, absolutely without the use of faith.' First, I grew excited at this promise, then began to wonder why no theologian, philosopher, or sitcom star in recorded history had done it before—Thomas Aquinas, Immanuel Kant, Tina Yothers, whoever—and realized I was in for a letdown. Comfort's cadences were not even those of a preacher but of an infomercial host, and the God Squad had but three arguments on behalf of the big guy: All things have makers; the human conscience is evidence of a higher moral power; if you read the Gospel, then Christ will be revealed to you. For reasons too stupid to type, this was not an airtight case, and the atheists made quick work of it in tones of juvenile sarcasm."



Anonymous said...

Good pop music is great. And even "bad," cotton candy disappear as soon as you've tasted it pop music is important. As my college roomie once explained to me about my musical choices and giving her a hard time about dance music: "Dude, you can't dance to Led Zeppelin!"

AAW said...

I agree, Binky. Loves me some good pop music and I found out at a young age the importance of 'dancing'. Good way to meet women!