· Apr 22, 2016 at 6:34 am
Happy Friday, peeps! Today will be your best day ever.
As Steve Perry once sang…
Don’t stop believin’
Hold on to the feelin’
· Apr 21, 2016 at 6:20 pm
I’m disappointed that I got rid of my little album collection when cassettes came out. I’m disappointed that I threw out my cassettes when CDs came out. I’m disappointed that I sold my CDs when MP3s came out.
Yeah, I can pull out my phone and listen to anything I want, whenever I want. But I miss the tangibles. It was a physical connection to my heroes and saviors. Like turning on the bat-signal. I could open that plastic tin and the sounds that came out would make my soul sing. That’s corny but whatever.
The good/bad news is that somehow I did manage to hang on to my -least- favorite Prince cassette. Go figure.
But I do still got this sweet Purple Rain button.
#photos #thoughts #prince #music
· Apr 21, 2016 at 4:37 pm
CHANHASSEN, MN—After hearing the shocking news of the iconic pop star’s unexpected death, the U.S. populace reported Thursday that it was simply too sad to fuck, even though they knew it was what Prince would have wanted. “If Prince is looking down on us right now, I know he’d want to see us all get down and fuck, but I’m still just so upset that he’s gone that I don’t think I could get in the mood,” said 37-year-old Arizona resident Carol Parnum, echoing the sentiment of tens of millions of Americans across the country, who acknowledged that, despite recognizing that nothing would have brought more joy to the seven-time Grammy-winning multi-instrumentalist than everyone getting freaky and fucking all night long, their emotions were still much too raw to do so. “Look, I understand that Prince wouldn’t want us to be moping around with our heads in our hands, crying about how he’s gone and never coming back—no, he would want us to fuck raw and to fuck nasty. But I…I just can’t. My heart just isn’t in it right now.” After much personal anguish, the teary-eyed nation reportedly took a deep breath and solemnly mustered the resolve to get naked and start fucking, saying it was simply the right thing to do.
· Apr 21, 2016 at 3:01 pm
Prince doesn’t (didn’t) like his stuff on YouTube but this full episode from 2014 is a prime example of why he was still one Sexy M.F. That bass on the first song is so low and rolling.
I have to tell you about my diaries podcast. Again. Because it’s that good. 🎙 Listen now →