The Rising (Album, 2002)

10 years too late and still not feeling it, The Rising was the de facto album of the decade. Calling it a masterpiece is quite the understatment, but alas, this one is flawless. Just don’t hold it up to technicalities.

The boss has always been one to produce his own albums, but this one earns a notch in his belt for being the album that America needed following the tragedy that was 9/11.

After seeing the towers fall, word is that Bruce Springsteen heard a man pump his fist out of a car window as he said “I need you.” This is what comes out of it.

As if the premonition was real, Bruce actually had the album in the books way before 9/11 ever occurred. Almost as if we had warnings before it happened. Weird.

But I digress. Ask President Trump for the conspiracy. We were warned…

As an album, the flow of the tracks is impeccable. Springsteen has crafted an album that depicts a day in the life of a New Yorker, beginning with the lonesome walk of a man feeling the weight of a lonesome day. As the tracks progress, the man feels the weight of the world fall out from him as he walks into the fire, only to see an empty sky as his own world falls apart. But that’s just the first half.

Perhaps suited for a double sided album, or rather, a double album if we’re going to make a meta commentary on the nature of Compact Discs, Springsteen’s 3rd masterpiece features a calming denouement that celebrates the rising of the American spirit.

As if knowing the true of effects of disasters, the album implores us to just be friends. But not to be forgotten, the album also ends with its sordid reflection of a paradise now a city in ruins.

As if America was anything but. As for New York, maybe Usama knew us better than ourselves. I have a feeling Springsteen would agree.



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Million Reasons ( music video, 2016)

The cringe is hard to hind, but it’s averting my eyes that’s so easy. And yes, she does look beautiful.

Two years in the making and after trying to forget, its the conundrum of enjoying a fake performance that posess a challenge. How do you defend such an awful performance?

Gaga has never been one to frown from the bold and glamorous which partly explains why she fascinates so much. How do you explain it?

And yet it is the captured badness that drives the treat the most. Is there anything more sincere then showing your shallow acting skill in front of millions of fans?

The number of reasons explain themselves.

I simply love it (and you…)


i miss you…

a history unfolded
as a treat you wet yourself

The feeling set
Due heart to mend
Return my love!

return to me…

Like the cliché
The feather our vessel
Further down!

Come back to me love
And show your cheese…
My lover..

Return to me!

The End

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A Star Is Born (trailer, 2018)

Trying took review this trailer is weird. It’s like seeing an ex- love made famous on screen, as if her look was stolen…

Her name was Sam, but today she’s Gaga. I like her double chin.

The breasts aren’t bad either. I really dig the full look of her cleavage–as if she was 40- years-old and pregnant. Janis would be happy.

Mr. Cooper appears to have made a fine film, one that will assuredly will receive the best picture nomination. These fingers are crossed for Gaga as best lead, too.

She is hot, tho the voice is too strong. The autotunes is missed, but there’s always longing in hatred. Cute hair too, if I might add.

Did I mention ex- loves? She has a little bit of Carla in her as well.


I love you honey–



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Amen Nation

I wish i would have met you
the hour it gets late
what you wanted you taught me
and gave you face…

they think your early ending
was all wrong
for most they’re right
but look now, they’re strong…

so what, amen nation!
good shot, now then–

amen nation!
has gun
amen nation!
has gun

now that the show’s done
and the bomb off
who sat and stare
got a new fear

so what, amen nation!
good shot, now then–

amen nation!
has gun
amen nation!
has gun

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Garfield Head

Not the mama
Not the baby
Not the Lynch
But he’s still coming
Not the mama
Not the baby
But still he sits
But he swears he’s coming

With 2 x 4’s
And nail in boards
Not the mama
But most certainly





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King Arthur

This was stolen--ty for the head shot tho...

Bing it…

#MGM for The Once and Future King…

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ER #4

Selena sticks a baby carrot up her ass

Int. Bedroom — A Hotel Room — Red curtains and white walls. a Blue bed cover.

Selena sits on bed, starring at a baby carrot. Close up as it looks like the ring for a cigaret. huge! I tell ya!

Selena imagines putting it in her mouth, but thinks again. Maybe some lube…

Taylor: [vo] Just do it already…

Selena: vo It’s the whispers that get me

Amy Adams: vo hi…

Taylor vo I heard a mouse

Just then, Mrs. Selena Gomez took the carrot and reached down and felt something that had been ignored for so long. Not this time she thought.

Cue: Law and Order theme and logo

Back to our film…

Ext. — A Hospital Room — Selena sits alone in bed with legs in a gurney

Clooney, our favorite doctor, walks in the room with clipboard.

Clooney: Alright, Selena, what’d you do this time?

Selena looks down in shame, cut back to large carrot in bedroom

ext. hotel room — red curtains with blue bed cover

Selena; vo: That was when I knew I had to do it. It was that or never see my favorite doctor again…

Taylor Swift vo Oh mi corozone.

Amay Adams: vo sigh…

cue Law and Order theme and logo

cue mcdonalds ad. Ronald walks up to screen and wags finger no no. not this time. They won’t sponsor that…

end film…

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