You want to know about my personal life, and I want to tell you, so let’s do it now.  Here are some text messages between my cousin Seth and I.


Me: I went to an all-clean diet. Basically, foods with one ingredient. I left one today that needed four flushes and a plunge.  Everybody dancing now.


Seth: There was a name for it, I forgot it. I really want to quit flushing all together, it’s not good for the environment. Everybody dancing now.


Me:  Your right. Everybody dancing now


Seth: Your anus is so juicy. Everybody dancing now.


Me: My anus is a fruit pounding tribute to discipline, hard work, elasticity, and democracy.

Everybody dancing now.


Seth: I wish my anus was like yours. I’m so Jelly. Everybody dancing now


Me: Don’t be jelly.  Everybody dancing now.


Speaking of messages, a song, and even a band I really didn’t like or appreciate as a kid was Message in a Bottle by The Police.  Now, Stuart Copeland is among my favorite drummers, and I think they are a great band.  I heard the Foo Fighters drummer, Taylor Hawkins, tell a story about a time he went to see a Police tribute band and the drummer was sick or something and they had him sit in.  Beforehand they asked him what songs he knew, and he said, “all of them.”

I just find that amusing and amazing.

As for Message in a Bottle, I love the guitar too, it reminds me a little of George Harrison, nothing flashy and it suits the song perfectly.  What a great opener for an album.


While we’re at it, here is the closer and the drums will blow you away. You know it as well as I do. Go get the album yourself and listen to the middle.  Check out our links to some great record stores!


I must admit I saw a nice 10-inch version of this album on vinyl for less than 20 dollars and I passed on it, and of course I haven’t seen it in a record store since.  If you think I should chop my dick off with a can opener for penance, leave a comment below.  Please consider that I do have Zenyatta Mondatta, Ghost in the Machine, and Synchronicity but I also need Outlandos d’Amour.

I wouldn’t have given them much attention if it wasn’t for Stuart Copeland and John Bonham’s endorsement of him in a book I read, but I’m glad I did.  I don’t listen to them terribly often, but I think they are worth checking out.  My two favorites are their first two and they are the most difficult for me to find on vinyl.  It’s hard for me to write now as I think about the possibility of cutting my sweet little dong off, but if that’s what the public wants democracy always come first.

Here is another random text message from Seth:

I got hammered last night.  I guess I left out cayenne pepper and coconut oil was all over the counter.  That’s a really odd combination.

Everybody dancing now


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