I’ve recently discovered this ho. Not quite transgender experience but I have been stricken with something that is either very twisted artist envy, love, or some dark subconscoius fantasy to imagine myself performing this song. Whichever it may be this biotch rocks my face.
This was probobly my favorite song on ‘4’. For obvious reasions it has meant quite a lot to me in the past few months. Needless to say of all the things I felt compelled to blog….. Well here it is.
At first as i was watching this I found myself searching for some thing substantial in what appeared to be a series of editorials… Then perhaps a little sheepishly it dawned on me that this was self concsious (also gets alludded to later in the video).
This video is either one of two things, a fantastic excercise in subtlty (the horses eating grass segment) in which the viewer is left with a sense of vacancy expressed by the song, or it is as thoughtless and full of pretense as one very well could and rightfully assume based upon the dominant pictoral message.
This last point begs the question, “What IS the dominant message here.” Are we so mesmerized by interesting visual stimulus that we forget to ‘hear’ the actual message being portrayed. Thus the breakdown of communication, the sense of isolation, objectification, loneliness, doing what people expect from you.
Perhaps it is merely projecting pretense to create this sense of isolation. Or, its a piece of crap. Fun editorials Either way! I MISS YOU!
She also gave her cold to Catie, who I hate even more.
All these people I hate sharing all this mucus and phlegm over production with me. What a world.
This picture. I hate it. She’s hiding her face in shame for giving me her cold and then going to the twilight premier. Shame! Shame. She certainly does not look like an anthropology girl in the hideous suit I found her at a rummage sale.
I’ve been watching Star Trek the Next Generation from beginning to end for about three months now. Im in season 5 now and it has suddenly dawned on me that half of the people who die in space do so due to an inherent flaw in the design of the Galaxy Class Federation star ship Enterprise. The most frequent cause of death on board is due to Acute Console Combustion. Honestly with all those hours mucking about engineering and fretting over warp fields, I am afraid Lieutenant Commander La Forge shoulda picked up on that one a long time ago. Tut tut tut. Well One things for sure when the ship goes red alert and your first officer is balking “all hands on deck” be sure your hands are far away from any computer screens and your chances of survival will certainly rise by at least 50-60%.