Archive for June 3rd, 2011
I’ve been doing a lot of commenting. I’ve been commenting on blogs that I frequently comment on as well as ones I’ve visited for the first time today. Ron Rodgers runs two blogs and he has decided to stop posting on both of those blogs. He asked me just a few hours ago if I would keep an eye on his blogs in case anything unusual happens.
I agreed and he gave me his login information. The problem is that I was commenting on blogs today and it wasn’t until recently I realized I was still logged in as him but commenting as me.
Don’t worry. Stupidity runs in my family! If I left a comment on your blog today as Ron (PrinceConnoisseur), I am sorry. I’ve already cleared my history for the past week so I have no way of remembering all the sites I visited. If you have a comment by Ron and don’t know what the heck it is or are offended by the content of his sites, all I can do is ask for your forgiveness and his as well!
I just created a mixed CD for someone who had been deaf all their life. The 15 artists and songs I chose are…
I could not possibly even pretend to know what it would be like; the joy, the overwhelming fear and awe in hearing your first sound after being deaf for a lifetime. I think after they listened to my CD I would want them to hear James Earl Jones too. Here is my list:
Concerto #21 – Mozart
Don’t Stop Believing – Journey
Dangerously In Love – Beyoncé
Portuguese Love – Teena Marie
Torna A Surriento – Placido Domingo
God (instrumental) – Prince
Yesterday – The Beatles
Unforgettable – Nat King Cole
Tainted Love – Soft Cell
A House Is Not A Home – Luther Vandross
Break Of Dawn – Michael Jackson
Do Re Mi – Julie Andrews
I’m Alright – Kenny Loggins
I Will Always Love You – Whitney Houston
You Got Another Thing Coming – Judas Priest
If there was room for another song I would have to include O’ Holy Night by Yolanda Adams. I think there is a nice sample of some of my favorites. As I thought of the songs to include it reminded me of when Commander Data first tasted a drink in Ten Forward and he didn’t like it. He had just put in his emotion chip and even though he hated what he was drinking he drank it all and asked for more. I imagine the person listening to my taste in music might have a similar reaction.
If you’ve never seen the scene I’m talking about, please watch it. It’s only 56 seconds and significantly explains how some people feel about my musical taste until it grows on them!
Tomorrow is Saturday. It’s time for another guest post segment. Saber Hodson is my special guest this month and you will be happy to know her post is about Syphilis. I’m sure you’re thinking to yourself all manner of things. No, she’s not a doctor or ill herself! Just come back tomorrow to have your curiosity satiated.