Monday, December 21, 2009

Hey Ya

I love that Outcast song. I heard it over the weekend, alright, alright, alright, alright... It never get's old... I am your neighbor.

I think I've lived in a pretty good musical age. My brother's got me into the Police and my sister Erin got me into the Cure. Those are good places to start. If you don't know the song "Lovecats" find it and fall in love. Then there was Pearl Jam and Sound Garden, the pansy rockiness of Oasis, Dave Matthews before he sucked, and so much Death Cab. So much Death Cab.

But really this blog is about snobs. People who expect you to know something you don't know. Blah. Those people suck man. I think it's a funny gig to expect people to be aware of something they're not aware of. I mean, awareness, isn't it just inherent in the meaning of awareness that you aren't aware of well, what you're not aware of? Maybe that's too tautological. But if you're still reading this blog, since I write so sporadically, you've probably already gotten my point. Tokyo Police Club is not a band everyone knows, neither is Bon Ivar (however you spell that). Those guys aren't the Beatles or Obama. Anyways...

Merry Christmas.