Friday, March 16, 2012

My Allergies Are Winning

More Music

Home by Dierks Bentley. Some country guy.

Emotional Traffic by Tim McGraw. Another country guy.

A Different Kind of Truth by Van Halen. Go online to read complaints by long-time fans.

El Camino by The Black Keys. Rock guys from Ohio.

The Descendants: music from the motion picture. I read a recommendation.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Ringo Franklin Now

Digital Messages Are Embedded Onto The Reflective Surface.

2012 by Ringo Starr. Drummer sings songs.

Now That's What I Call Music! 41 by [Hey, I actually heard of a few of these people].

Knew You Were Waiting: the best of Aretha Franklin, 1980-1998 by Aretha Franklin. Singer sings '80s tripe.

Bunch of Movies


Martha Marcy May Marlene starring Elizabeth Olsen. A "gripping psychological thriller" according to the box.

The Confession starring Kiefer Sutherland and John Hurt. A "unique tale of redemption" according to the box.

The Big Year starring Steve Martin, Owen Wilson, Jack Black. A "smart, funny comedy" according to the box.

The movie trailer is awful. Here is something else.

Hell and Back Again featuring Sergeant Nathan Harris and his family. A "unprecedented exploration of the moving image" according to the box.

The Guard starring Brendan Gleeson and Don Cheadle. A "fish-out-of-water tale of murder" according to the box.

Courageous starring [no actor names listed]. A "deleted scenes" according to the box.

The Hammer starring Raymond J. Berry. A "This product is authorized for sale in the USA only" according to the box cover.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Have You Hugged Your Motorcycle Today?


Legendary Motorcycles by Luigi Corbetta. Coffee table book full of motorcycles, motorcycle riders, motorcycle adverts, and reinforcing tape so the book will not fall apart.

McGraw-Hill's ACT: 2012 edition. Pass the exam. Get into a highly regarded college. Graduate college. Move back home.

McGraw-Hill's SAT: 2012 edition. Look for a job. Drink fancy beer you cannot afford. Take GRE. Pass GRE. Get into a highly regarded graduate school.