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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

not floating in the toilet #2

welcome back to the confusion..I woke up breathing so that is a good how about some more stuff that is not floating in the toilet until I find my sense of humour again?

Sound good?? I hope so..I'm not really in the condition to be a funnyman at the moment..

I put some ads out and "wanted" posters, plus I applied to get my picture on a Milk carton...but in Canada apparently people buy bags of milk, so I am out of luck. They won't laminate my picture on the bags. sense of humour still lingers in the mist, unable to find home and dangling over oblivion until a good samaritan pulls their pants up and does their duty to the public. Who am I kidding..I am not that important. Anyways..

With no further ado, here is "not floating in the toilet #2"...

Jeff Hanson is one of my favourite musicians and he isn't that well known. The fact that he is dead and unable to publicize himself probably doesn't help..but we all know how death propels fame. Hopefully Jeff's music gets the attention it deserves one day. This first song is called "This time it will" and is off the 2005 self titled album he released on Kill rock stars.

And secondly, we have "Night" off of "Madam Owl".

Well..enjoy more stuff that isn't floating in the toilet. I know it's confusing and makes no sense..but life is confusing. I also realise that this is "#2" of this series, and yeah, I chuckled a little bit, but come on..this is no laughing matter....okay..

Maybe I should have put these songs I find very dear to me at #3 or something..oh well, can't change the past.

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