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Here are some random ramblings of a girl that will probably end up in an insane asylum sometime in her near future...Kookookachoo. She loves her Queen, she loves her Beatles and her Who and her Zeppy and her music in general. She loves her writing. She loves love. And she loves you. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah.

Monday, June 18, 2007

Happy 65th, Paul!

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Okay, so he's not a member of Queen, but hey, if you haven't been able to tell, I haven't been able to stick to just Queen things on here, so NYAH!

Anywho, today is my favourite Beatle's birthday. Sir Paul McCartney turned 65. He is no longer 64. He is 65. And he hasn't lost his hair. (C'mon, people! That was a Sgt. Pepper's joke! HAHAHAHAHAHA!...Okay, so it wasn't all that funny, but I thought it was, so...poo.)

I just thought I ought to say happy birthday to him on here! And I should also add that he has a new album coming out soon (you can pre-order it now) called Memory Almost Full, and it's got some of the best new songs I've heard in a REALLY long time on it. Like Dance Tonight (I am in LOVE with that song). And Nod Your Head. I can't wait until the album comes out...I'm really impressed so far by what I've heard off of it. For some reason, (what I've noticed, anyways) older rockers, when they get up on in their years, put out albums that aren't exactly up-to-par with their old ones. Like Styx, for example. I got one of their albums from a few years ago, and I was NOT impressed. And, sadly, I have to say the same thing for Endless Wire by The Who. Now, don't get me wrong, I adore this album. But if it got in a fight on the playground with Tommy or Quadrophenia, it would get its head sat on and sand shoved in its mouth.

Anywho, I'm just uber impressed with what I've heard from Paul recently, so...

Here's his YouTube channel. You know you want to subscribe to know you do...

And here, just for you, I'm going to embed one of his videos, Dance Tonight.

Just especially for your viewing pleasure! :)

Well, I guess that's it for now...Love you all!

Thursday, June 07, 2007

I'm not feelin' the love, man...

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Okay, so I know a few people come on here. (A very few: I can count on one hand how many regulars I have.) But I'm starting to lose the will to update. I'll never completely stop, but, as of right now, I'm not feeling loved. And why should I continue to post on here if nobody's reading it?

I know there are about a bajillion other blogs out there: everybody has them. Just the other day, I found this girl from Singapore's blog, and basically all that was on it were pictures of herself. About five minutes after that, I found Pete Townshend's blog. That's right. Pete Townshend of the freaking Who. How am I supposed to compete with Nose on a Stick? (Sorry, Pete. I didn't make that one up; I'm just reiterating. I personally love you, man. And I love your blog. Both are undeniably groovy.)

I don't expect to get thousands of hits per day. But I've had this thing for almost a year now, and I haven't even had 500! Grrr...

Wow...Why am I ranting? Nobody reads this anyway...

I don't know how I should advertise this thing; I'm not sure if it's even worth advertising. It just sort of bothers me that a blog that sounds something like...

"OMFG! i lyke talked to my bf 2day and he said he lyked me lyke omg lol rotflol lmao im so happy :)"

...gets more hits than mine! I never said the way I feel is right (it's downright childish, actually), but that junk up there isn't even English!


Sorry about that. I've just seen that...thing...everywhere. It bugs me.

1337 should die.

We should kill it.

Wow, isn't this a nice ramble?

Will I get more readers if I ramble about pointless things?

What about if I break down and use 1337? Will I get even more then?

well, k then. ill do it. ill kill meh grammar and refuse to use caps. k. and when i dont kno wat to say ill type lol lyke all the other brainless ppl out there.


ttyl ily! :)
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