Buying music will save the economy

…And I’m doing my part. Here’s a list of albums I’ve added to my collection this semester just to show you all that I haven’t forgotten about this blog.

Mastodon: Crack The Skye

Thrice: Vheissu, The Alchemy Index Vols. I & II: Fire & Water

The Decemberists: The Crane Wife

Interpol: Turn On The Bright Lights, Our Love To Admire

The Roots: Game Theory, Phrenology

Between The Buried And Me: Colors

Blur: Blur, 13, Think Tank

Also, I find it immensely amusing that linking to ONE picture of Keeley Hazell can get me so many hits even though I haven’t updated this blog in a while. Check out this list of recent search terms people have used to find my blog…

  • Boobs
  • Baseball boobs
  • Deux alpes boobs
  • Girl boobs
  • Big boobs
  • Nice boobies
  • Boobs thrust
  • Pretty girls with nice boobs
  • Hot boobs fuckin
  • Huge boobs
  • Public boobs
  • DJ girls boobs
  • Boob lady
  • Girl+boobs
  • Boobs hot
  • Keeley Hazell boobs

I’ve learned my lesson well, folks. From now on, EVERY post on this blog will be tagged with labels relating to boobs. Yes, I know it’s a dishonest way to increase traffic to my site. But who knows? Maybe someone who comes here searching for boobs will end up being so impressed by my blog that they’ll forget all about the boobs and read my posts and tell all their friends what a kickass writer I am.

And maybe Keeley Hazell will pay a visit to my apartment some time this weekend because she’s totally turned on by guys who host radio shows and write blogs about music and have been known to take pictures like this of themselves:

Yeah, thats me. This pictures a couple years old, but its still me.

Yeah, that's me. This picture's a couple years old, but it's still me.

Hey, as long as I’m dreaming, I might as well dream big. And it’s a big dream. Big like a nice pair of boobs.


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