Day two of NaBloPoMo is underway and I've got two posts written. Well, I will after I finish this one. That's a good start, right?
So, anybody got an extra $55,000 they can pass my way? No, not a loan. Let's call it a grant. I promise to give you a ride! Really.
Yes, it's real. And it's street legal. *drool*
XM has introduced me to a new band (well, new to me, anyway) called Titus Andronicus. For several weeks, I've been looking on iTunes and Amazon to purchase a cover they did of Nirvana's "Breed" that I really like, to no avail. Can you believe that? I wanted to give them money and they didn't offer me the opportunity to do it. So I found it online... for free. And I'm going to share it with you. Enjoy!
You know how all contests these days on product packaging require you to register on a website and enter an alphanumeric code only to find out, after all that effort, that you haven't won jack squat? Yeah, for the most part, I tend to avoid those contests. Yet, for whatever reason, the other day I decided to enter one that I saw on a package of Mike & Ikes candies. I dunno why I did it, but I did. And I'm glad I did! I won a $10 iTunes gift card. I can handle some spam e-mail for that. I already get a bunch of spam anyway, why not get something for it?
Do you have any idea how long it's been since I've read a Stephen King novel? A. LONG. TIME. The last one I read was Bag of Bones when it came out back in 1998. I was so disappointed by the ending of it and so many of his other novels that I personally banished him from my to-read list (I have made an exception for his short stories and novellas, which are sheer genius). Now, however, he has released a new book called 11/22/63 all about a guy who travels back in time to foil the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. I've always been a sucker for time travel stuff, so this is right up my alley. Color me VERY intrigued.
Do you think there will actually be enough popular backlash against Kim Kardashian over the sham of a wedding from which she just filed for divorce to bring her shows on E! to a screeching halt?
Yeah, me neither.
I do love the joke that "Weird" Al Yankovic threw up on Twitter yesterday in response to the divorce filing...
As in, "any new TV show that lasts longer than a Kardash should be considered a raging success."
Well, I'm outta here. Day 2 of 30... DONE!