Friday, November 28, 2008
Tommy--- and interesting music thing was mentioned. You know how on his "All Summer Long" song you said something about having to pay for the Werewolves Of London... well actually he has to pay for the Sweet Home Alabama also. He broke it down and it is actually, what he called a "run" on both songs. Meaning he started the song and you could hear the Werewolves part and then he put the Alabama on top of it. If you actually listen to both of them separate they sound the same. Not sure if I am explaining this right but you could hear it so well when he did it on that show. He was talking about how when rappers and hip hop people do it they use the words to whatever song they are running over. But he decided to do it with a whole new song. I hope this makes sense and if not you might want to look for "Storytellers" on VH1 and listen to how he explains it better.
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
So what is your favorite Thanksgiving dish? Mine is my mom's stuffing. And does anyone know what the difference between stuffing and dressing is?
I hope all of you have a wonderful Thanksgiving and spend it with people that are near and dear to you...
Where's Willy? Have you seen Willy? He is very friendly and affectionate, last seen wearing a pink rhinestone collar..
OK just reaching here but HE probably ran away because his owner made HIM wear a pink rhinestone collar lol!
Monday, November 17, 2008
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Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Anyway I keep seeing these commercials for Verizon and in it they are saying something about sharing pic's, texting and flix's. Ok I obviously know what pic's and texting are but what in the hell are flix's? Never heard of them before other than as a movie and I can not see doing that on a cell phone. So help!!! Anyone have any ideas?
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
Carrie Underwood doesn't believe in celebs who share their political affiliations.
"There is someone I do support, but I don't support publicly," she says in next week's TV Guide magazine. "I lose all respect for celebrities when they back a candidate."
Why so cranky?
"It's saying that the American public isn't smart enough to make their own decisions," she explains. "I would never want anybody to vote for anything or anybody just because I told them to."