Friday, July 28, 2006

Flameout Friday

Playing the shell game (with people!) in Iraq. Or would this qualify as musical houses? Without the music, unless you count the beat of the bombs and the rat-a-tat-tat of automatic weapons fire.

No wonder kids like corn and carrots but not broccoli. I always liked vegetables (except for mom's version of creamed spinach which was all flour) but then I specialize in being arbitrary. I have authority issues, but then you knew that, didn't you?

What compassion and common sense couldn't accomplish, politics compels in the end. If it wasn't for meaningless resolutions, they wouldn't have anything to talk about over the break.

Big Brother is not only watching you, he is directing where and how you protest, the better to put you on some watchlist for exercising your rights as an American. We say we are bringing democracy to the Middle East as we remove it from the United States in the name of preventing terrorist attacks. Has anyone ever considered the thought that maybe this is causing more terror than an actual attack?

What would Moaning Myrtle say? That play should be a success, the theatre filled to the rafters with teenage girls.

So much for the 9th Circuit being liberal. You know this will be abused at every opportunity by someone with a badge and an attitude. Warrantless and no probable cause searches are okay in this new world.

On to the music!

1. Still...You Turn Me On by Emerson Lake and Palmer
2. See Emily Play by Pink Floyd
3. Caught Up In The Rapture by Anita Baker
4. Knockin' On Heaven's Door by Eric Clapton
5. This Masquerade by George Benson
6. Give It Away by Zero 7
7. Love Is The Drub by Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music
8. In The Name Of Love by Grover Washington Jr.
9. I Can't Explain by The Scorpions
10. East River Drive by Stanley Clarke

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