I Feel Pretty, Oh So Pretty

Man, talk about bad luck with awards. First, I forgot I was given one over a year ago and then finally got it posted here the other day. And now I discover I was given one back in February and am just now getting around to it. I know I bitch about being given awards sometimes, but seriously, I appreciate the love.

Now, this is why I feel pretty. Mrs. Stated, otherwise known as Joeyfully, thinks I have a lovely blog.

That’s right fucknuggets, I’M LOVELY! LIKE A SPRING FLOWER N SHIT!

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Blocking Facebook Game Requests

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I Am Award

I was nominated for this over a year ago and for some reason I never published it. I just saved it as a draft and never went back to it. I just dug it out of the closet, dusted it off, fixed it up and made it sparkle. And now it’s finally seeing the light of day. WOOHOO!

I was just nominated for another award. It happens. Here goes.

Rules:

1. Display the award logo on your blog.

2. Link back to the person who nominated you.

3. Nominate 10 others you see as having an impact on your WordPress experience and family

4. Let your 10 Family members know you have awarded them

5. That is it. Just please pick 10 people that have taken you as a friend, and spread the love

Yeah, but I'm kinda like the unwanted, red-headed step-child of the family.

Yeah, but I’m kinda like the unwanted, red-headed step-child of the family.

So what has happened here is, Revis just gave me this here award and said I’m a part of his WordPress family. That’s nice. I feel all warm and shit.
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Movie Review: Robocop

Hi folks! I just watched the reboot to an awesome movie franchise and I wasn’t happy with it.

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Music Review: Unlocking The Truth

Today is the day I first heard about Unlocking The Truth. If you haven’t heard about them, give it a minute, because they’re going viral all over the place. If you don’t want to wait, here’s what you need to know:

-There’s three of them.
-They play metal.
-They’re 12 years old.

And they’re good. They’re very good. They’re extremely talented young men who quite obviously want to rock your face off. And they do a good job of it. If you do a Youtube search, you’ll discover what I did. A long list of videos of them performing, whether at festivals, or on Time’s Square as people pass by and drop some change into their bucket, or on TV shows. They’re making a name for themselves, and they should. Because in this country, if there’s one thing we love, it’s kids with musical talent.

What’s sad is, not every kid in this country has that talent, or one like it that should be showcased. We celebrate it because it’s not the norm when it should be, at least in my humble opinion. So we celebrate them for what they’ve accomplished, and I’m not saying we shouldn’t, but it’s sad because of why we do.

So this morning as I surfed Youtube and watched more than a few of their videos, this is what I noticed.

For one, let’s be honest, they’re twelve. They haven’t lived yet. They have no life experiences yet. Metal is a serious genre of music, and in order to be taken seriously in it, you’ve got to be serious. I think these kids are going to be huge one day, and by god I hope they are. I hope they can succeed in a world where everyone gets a hit and is forgotten the next day. Because as soon as they’re of age and they’ve made their millions off their hit single, there’s going to be another group of kids, all eleven this time, who are going to be in the spot light.

Because of their age, they’ve got a lot of growing to do. Not just physically and mentally, but as musicians. While they’re extremely talented for their age, they naturally need to work on some things.
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