Free term theme idea: Recurring Thematic Material in the Collected Works of FloRida.
If one were to listen to his entire discography, how many songs would seem to reference oral sex?
Regrettably, there doesn’t seem to be an official music video I could embed.
In Closing: a bounty I hope gets paid; waaah, the media isn’t telling why it might be a good idea to shoot 14 year old girls in the head for wanting an education (damn liberal media!); maps; quiet victory; this could be a bumpy election; confession; she’d be a Saint even without the Pope’s say-so; who needs effective antibiotics anyway?; science literacy; duh; and just say no.
If you ever find yourself asking “Should I Drink Another Drink,” the answer is almost certainly NO! At least this song is conscious of that fact.
In Closing: sigh our “liberal” administration that is “lax on terror” sure loves them some warrantless surveillance (and how many arrests have there been as a result? Yeah that’s what I thought); maybe if you paid enough that somebody could take the job?; Missouri shows me the common sense; the fiscal cliff and you; Penny Marshall; “Sure, increase the number of chickens you have to inspect in a minute by a factor of 5! What could possibly happen?”; because every kid who scores less than 3 out of 5 is a waste of $80 (yes, I see what the pressure cooker does to kids that actually belong in those classes); where does “work ethic” meet “unrealistic job expectations”? Are workers entitled to a life?; zingers; private equity; on polling bias; Pediatric concern trolls strike again; no wonder they never get ahead.
Hi there, dance music songwriters! Did you know that the saxophone can do more than honk like an injured Canadian goose?
First notable orchestral sax solo in the literature begins about 6 minutes in:
Ok, maybe that’s not your thing. How about this?
I think you get the idea. Don’t make me get Bill Clinton out here.
In closing: rejecting science; desperate times; the food pyramid made us fat; I’ve got no idea where JP found this; brilliant headline; um, Nevada has fixed the rich-district/poor-district problem and we still have struggling schools in poor neighborhoods; the problem isn’t only anti-vax nuts, but anti-vax nuts should have to sign a school document saying “I realize that I am putting my child and my community at risk, and furthermore I am an idiot”; inheritance.
In Closing:hiding in plain sight; seriously?; AOL paying shareholders $500,000,000 (didn’t know they still had that kind of money); pseudoscience; Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison defends the Republican stance on women without ever mentioning birth control or abortion (she does at least mention rape) (“People in red cars don’t necessarily drive fast. I used to own a red Ford Escort!”); and listen, if you are applying for a job with me, I don’t want to hear from your mommy. I hear from mom, and your resume goes straight in the NO pile.
And now for something completely different, a Baroque Concerto for Two Violins by the Red Monk, Antonio Vivaldi. My favorite is the second movement. Sorry about the static video.
In Closing: Clearly this was compiled before the weekend political talkies; Siberian Princess; some miscellaneousfood items; as someone with experience, I don’t think much of their mapping algorithm; who could have known that making sure people can afford a mortgage could prevent default??; 5 reasons the Romney/Ryan plan is bad for America; rhetorical ammo; roads; the unemploymentrate sucks; Arnold has ad-libs bigger than that car; why we need Social Security; and they should have made him check the damned thing.
As you’ve probably guessed, I like a lot of different kinds of music from Classical to Electronica. I even like certain country artists in moderation. It took 15 years, but my son found music I don’t like! The style is called Dubstep, and this artist is one of the masters thereof, Skrillex.
Oh, Skrillex, sweetie! I was rockin that hairstyle when you were rockin diapers.