Sex & God & Rock & Roll
That was pointless; but I finished it.
What WAS that?nij
OK, I finished it. I want my 200 days off purgatory, please, and my 2 minutes and 47 seconds back.
Ah - sweet, sweet, love...
They may be easy, but I want them. You know, I could do better than that and I don't play any musical instruments at all.
My ears are bleeding. I demand compensation.
You should have buried your head in the nearest sand.
made it to the end. I claim my 200 days.reminded me of when we first got garage band and the keyboard i was trying stuff out!
If you would like to email me a few examples of your early garage band compositions, Wendy, I would be more than happy to include them in a future "Where Does He Find Them?" Although I may not have enough days off purgatory to hand out to reward people for listening to them :-)
Well, that was pointless.
Lois, that is the whole point: how far will we go to debase ourselves listening to stuff that used to line the bottoms of bird cages?
Abstractly, that was not a bad composition for a second year piano student experimenting on her first electronic keyboard. At least it was not physically painful as so much of the stuff posted under that tile is! I claim my 200. I probably need them more than some folks. I have failed eery righteousness test ever suggested by Michelle Bachmann who talks to god.FWIWjimB
eery righteousness testThat sounds a bit scary, Jim. Do you have to take them in the old, abandoned house on the hill?
Okay, you know I am going to push that button, because I always do.That being said...what's with the cacti?