Big changes in my life may be soon pressed upon me…
While not inevitable, these changes are highly probable…
Ergo, in anticipation, I shall press big and immediate changes upon this website and blog.
It seems I’m always seeing the number 444.
According to the internet, it seems that I’m not alone in these frequent numerological sightings…
Sometimes, it seems that things are not always as they seem…
But usually they are.
In honor of his internment (finally), I present my favorite song of George Michaels’ rendered properly by the one-time angriest of the angry white boy wannabe rappers, Limp Bizkit.
Posted in Music
Tagged angry white boys, ballads, funerals, George Michaels, interments, Limp Bizkit, music, music videos, pop punk, punk rock, white rappers
China will soon be replacing the [less-than-]United States as the world’s new Evil Overlord…
And will soon thereafter be usurped by the Evil Robots.
Anyway, speaking of Taxes and seeing how ‘Tis the Season of and all that… Did you know that, as Americans, we spend annually:
Posted in Taxes
Tagged AI, artificial intelligence, CDC, Centers for Disease Control, China, Evil Overlords, federal budget, Head Start, Internal Revenue System, IRS, National Institutes of Health, NIH, robots, taxes
Found this truly amazing video, posted originally by Sonya Rehman, fortuitously while cruising through WP’s “music” tag and I am sharing it here by using the “WP Press This” share button for the first time because there was no “Reblog” button, which I don’t understand why because if you allow a Press This button and not…
Ah, heck. Why don’t I just shut up about the inanities of such inane issues as the pros and cons of share buttons so you can enjoy this truly amazing video…
Source: Pakistani Music Maestro Teams Up With Grammy-Winning Producer
Posted in Music
Tagged classical music, funky music, Lahore, music, music producers, Pakistan, Pakistani music, Pakistani musicians, spiritual music, Ustad Naseeruddin Saami, World Music
Samuel L. Jackson caused a bit of a buzz recently for his complaint about British actors being cast in roles written for American characters, partly because, he believes, British actors are cheaper hires.
So, essentially what I am hearing is…
Posted in Business
Tagged acting, American Actors, American Workers, British Actors, Donald Trump, economy, foreign competition, H1B visa, Hollywood, immigration, jobs, outsourcing, Samuel L. Jackson, Trump