So I got suckered into signing up to CDHQ one time during a depression spell. What I didn’t know that CDHQ is like a sudisary of Columbia House. Talk about EVIL. Anyway, I have one CD left to buy, and so I told Suzanne that I would buy her a PFR CD. PFR is this Christian group that I think she compared to the Beatles. Anyway, I found them and was going to order one of their CD’s for her, but I remembered the conversation that we had earlier. Actually it is a on and off conversation about Janet Jackson. Suzanne thinks that Janet has no talent, she is a slut, and that she is trying to be Brittney Spears or Christina Aguleria. I on the other hand, know that Janet is probably the most talented out of all the Jacksons, and without Janet, there wouldn’t be a Britney or a Christina. So I think that I am going to buy myself another Janet Jackson CD. I already have Rhythm Nation 1814, which I consider one of the best albums EVER made. I’m thinking either getting Control, janet., or All For You. Actually, what I wanted to buy was Jill Scott; I heard that at Mew’s house and that CD is da shit. Another one I’m thinking about is Alicia Keys. That one single she has I love and I’ve heard good reviews on the radio. But I want to hear more of the CD before I buy it. Actually, I went through the CDHQ catalogue while watching Raiders Of The Lost Ark on Sci-Fi, makring out the CD’s that I have and circling the ones I want. What an exciting live I lead.
I guess they are having a Harrison Ford movie week on Sci-Fi. Yesterday was Blade Runner, Directors Cut; I wish I hadn’t missed that. Tomorrow is Temple of Doom, which is something I can miss, esp. since on WWF Smackdown, The Rock will be on. Let’s be honest, the second Indiana Jones movie wasn’t the greatest. I’ll admit it had some cool scenes, but it is a movie that can be missed.
Still haven’t looked at the schedule for classes. Think that I will work on it at work tomorrow. I think tonight I will try something radical and try to goto sleep a little early tonight.
A 40-something rediscovering life in California