Friday, July 29, 2016

I post many songs. Ever wondered what I actually enjoy listening to the most musically?

I post a lot of music on my Twitter. Here's an example of the type of music I actually enjoy listening to most.

I wish they would have called this The Coolest Song Ever Recorded, because that is a better fit.

The song is actually called Worlock, and it was released by a pioneering electronic band originally from Vancouver named Skinny Puppy in 1989.

One of the aspects I've always loved about this song is that you consume this art much in the same way you consume a Kubrick film. Differently.

You don't listen to this song while other things are going on around you. If you want to listen to this song correctly, you concentrate on the song. This song builds and builds and builds until a crescendo at the end that is never appreciated like it should be until you've watched a bunch of sweaty bodies on a dance floor enjoy it together. Much like we did in the late 80s.

I post this on a Friday night because I want you to listen the same way I do. If an adult beverage or two is your thing, by all means do that before listening. In any case, listen with no interruptions and without any other distractions. Simply appreciate the uniqueness.

While I'm very appreciative of many types of music, late 1980s industrial is now, and always will be, my preference. Give yourself 5 minutes and 30 seconds of uninterrupted time tonight, and I think you'll see what I mean.

Often imitated but never topped, this is electronic music at its very best.

This is Skinny Puppy. Enjoy.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Despite new EasyHits4U splash pages, Thumbs Up, Pretty Smile remains favorite promo tool

As we continue to generate a deluge of free traffic from all over the world to our blogs and websites, let's not forget that Thumbs Up, Pretty Smile still offers the best means to promote your EasyHits4U downline.

The site unveiled numerous new, well-designed splash pages this month, but who can deny that Pretty Smile's warm demeanor continues to be a strong addition (in my opinion, the strongest) to the EasyHits4U marketing arsenal.

If you're working to build an international brand on the Internet, you probably don't want to turn down free worldwide traffic. If you aren't already a member, click here or on Pretty Smile's adorable face right now to get started.

How successful has the site been in delivering traffic to its members? Just yesterday members received more than 1.2 million site visits.

Monday, July 18, 2016

Cop of the Decade shows scumbag CNN 'news' person who's boss

Is this a new day in America, when we finally see the most important people among us rising up to let the "news" business know who is really in charge?

God, I hope so.

I don't know for sure what all this "Black lives matter" hoopla is about. I'm quite sure black lives do matter. And my heart goes out to the families and friends of all the slain police officers recently.

But despite the topic of discussion last night, watching this life-long lawman make mincemeat out of one of these losers on live television is a treat I thought I might never get to see.

Hopefully we get to experience more of this fantastic, must-see TV! Let's start a trend of standing up to scumbag "journalists" while live and on the air.

I wish one of these disingenuous clowns would shove a microphone in my face, live on the air. That would be something to see.

Don Lemon is right about one thing: This is a difficult time.

This is a difficult time to be a scumbag "news" person with a camera pointed at you and a microphone clipped to your lapel. How can that possibly be easy, when they must realize by now that the informed among us watch with a constant disdain and mistrust.

Here in Houston, they use complicated-sounding terms like “augmented reality” (an appropriate choice of words for what they do), while struggling to understand the meaning of simple words like “never.”

In this day and age, the only people who put up with their bullshit are the people who have to.

It’s enough to make a sane person want to turn in their cable box.

What this wonderful police officer did last night was tantamount to someone standing up to the schoolyard bully. And there are a lot more bullies to stand up to, Sheriff.

Again, I'm not really sure what "Black lives matter" means. But if I'm making a list of black lives that matter today, Sheriff David Clarke is certainly near the top.

Incidentally, Don Lemon is toward the bottom of my “Black lives matter” list.

Here's to many more successful press outings, Sheriff. Congratulations on a job well done, and thank you for your service to your community and our nation.

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

We'll call him the Smilin' Man because he was smilin'. Dodgers win July 4th

Another brief trip to Los Angeles to celebrate the 4th of July, and another convincing win for the World Famous Los Angeles Dodgers.

Things started a little slow with the team falling behind by three runs early, but they managed to pull everything together and get the win in the end.

Similarly, I always feel like I've won when I get to go out west. It really is a therapeutic event for me mentally, a chance to clear my head and get a much needed change of scenery.

Inglewood is always up to a lot of good. Last night was amazing, with fireworks going off literally everywhere around me all evening. I'm from Texas, where the only people allowed to shoot off fireworks legally are the city, basically. So having that many firework displays on and on into the night was both unusual and delightful.

I had the opportunity to try on the shirt you saw me tweet about (see my Twitter video post from July 2). Fits nicely. I took another look at it this morning and noticed a tiny mustard spot from the World Famous Dodger Dog I enjoyed for dinner last night. That increases the value of the shirt ten fold, at least.

I roll out of Los Angeles early tomorrow morning for another long road trip. I look forward to all the wonderful people I encounter along the way.

Here's a picture of Sleepy Man from the trip out here.