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Friday, September 26, 2008


Dear Annoyed and possibly angry recipient of 3 of my Spam e-mails this week,

If you don't want to receive this crud, you can probably catch most of it on my stinkin' blog, and you might ponder the following dialogue.

you: "Look, Paulette, this is getting out of hand. Stop sending me this crud!"

me: "OK. Sorry."

In case you don't know, i'm a fan of my cousin's let's paint show.

I reworked my little theme song for it, and he used it for one of his shorter bits which he's been doing lately for some purpose that might have to do with money.



Thursday, September 25, 2008

Spam: Fun Financial Trauma Jingle

Here's a kind of jingle
If you want me to stop doing this political crud, tell me i remind you of mark russell.
Love Always,

Monday, September 22, 2008

Spam: Revised Election 2008 Song

Dear Reader,
I'm not sure why, but i liked this "McCain" song enough to clean it up and develop it a little.  It, the song, kind of sounds to me like "worried man blues", and "I saw the Light" by Hank Williams.
I recorded the other draft last week at about 7:00 a.m. while my neighbors were asleep, so i didn't feel like i could sing really freely.
If you are not 100% satisfied with it, please send it back with the receipt for a full refund.
I think we need to keep the states together, so I'm voting for Lincoln.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Fu**ed Up Campaign Song

Thinking back about the Mccain song.

It makes me feel cheap, like a loser demagogue, like a whore.

Happy Voting!!!

Monday, September 15, 2008

Spam: Election 2008. yipee hooray

Dear Person,

If you're at all like me, you enjoy the divisive nature of elections.

I think that if people work together, they can't get as much done as when they ignore each other, and really, there are only a few people who really do anything, so what good is a group of people who just sit around doing nothing?

Here's an election song inspired by John Milton's, "Paradise Lost".



Thursday, September 11, 2008

Spam: Boring Protest Song

Dear Lefty Wingnut,

As you all know, I've had tendonitis for about 6 weeks now and it was probably caused by poor piano technique. I took a piano lesson to learn how to play more ergonomically, and so that's what i need to learn how to do. I also quit my spare time hobby of breaking up sidewalks and random concrete blocks with a jackhammer, and since quitting, i have to say that i notice improvement in my overall finger/hand/wrist health. My incidence of spontaneous concussion has decreased as well.

I've been watching since i learned that i can get it on my computer, and i have to say that at the moment, i find it rather interesting.

I think it's where this boring protest song, "Retail Saviour", came from. I play mandolin on it, and my mandolin was a birthday gift from my good friends in Boatclub, Matt and Mark and Tom and John and even Stefan.

If you listen carefully, you can probably hear my downstairs neighbor's "bumping" music in the recording.

In other news, i will be playing October 26th at the Bazaar Cafe in San Francisco opening up for Hot As Balls, and Luther Monday and the Magic Hammer, but I probably won't be playing much piano, which is sad because they actually care enough to have a decent piano.

Tell everybody you know that i'm teaching piano students, and maybe even beginning guitar students.