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I keep hearing Jimi Hendrix and Michael Jackson coming out of open windows and passing cars. It's Electric-Ladyland Jimi and Pretty-Young-Things Michael.
And we must certainly be on the cusp of the Mexican-dudes-on-bicycles rapture.
Of all glad words of tongue or pen, the gladdest are these: "Holla back atcha hung boi!"
Wednesday, June 01, 2005
From a H8er
Drudge linked a story about a reunited Spice Girls being snubbed by the organizers of the Live 8 concerts as unworthy of sharing the bill with the other heavyweights. No one's gonna tell me that the Spice G's are lesser artists than P. Diddy, Bon Jovi or Jamiroquai (an especial hatred on mine). Christ, what an uninspiring list, the Africans should host a concert to draw attention to cultural starvation in the first world:
(WaPo)...The lineup for the London concert is to include U2, Paul McCartney, Elton John, R.E.M., Sting, Madonna, the Cure, Coldplay, Mariah Carey, Annie Lennox and Velvet Revolver. Philadelphia can expect to see the Dave Matthews Band, Stevie Wonder, Jay-Z, 50 Cent, Bon Jovi, Maroon 5, P. Diddy and a half dozen others. The other European concerts are to feature such stars as Andrea Bocelli, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Duran Duran, Jamiroquai, Youssou N'Dour, Lauryn Hill, Crosby, Stills & Nash, and Brian Wilson.
There are a few geniuses on the bill, but even they haven't been geniuses in the last twenty years. Ok, thirty.
The WaPo headline was much more amusing than the concerts promise to be:
Live 8 Concerts To Amplify Problem of Global Poverty 4:02 AM
Monday, May 30, 2005
There's Something About You I Really Like...
But I just can't put my finger on it:
LOS ANGELES - Hotel heiress and "The Simple Life" reality TV star Paris Hilton is reportedly engaged to Greek shipping heir Paris Latsis.
The best instance of this phenomenon remains Evelyn Waugh's first marriage. You get absolutely no points whatsoever for guessing the Christian name of the Mr. Waugh's 1930's era wife.
Whether Paris Latsis will actually end up being Paris Hilton's early-latter-aughties era husband is a subject fit for faint speculation.