Friday, July 30, 2010

On the Road to SC

So i'm on el road to South Carolina for a few days. I'm leaving the guitar lessons and dixieland band behind.The picture of the state is attriubated to, which also informed me that

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) notes that heroin, once limited to South Carolina’s larger cities, is increasingly become an “experimental” drug at youth parties, one more threat for parents to worry about.
Accordin to polls as of 2006, 29.4% of rehabees are in for alcohol, 11.1% coke and 18% for ghanja (which is medically proven unaddictive?).

So i guess that's what i'm getting into, im sure there's lots of other stuff in the state too, but when the first google image you get of the state comes from a rehab site, you can't expect too much but quiters.

I told ya so; middle class

Back in action. Let's go over something. Its hard to blog cause sometimes you got nothing to say, but ya know that's not really a bad thing. Compare it to soloing, often your taught to be silent sometimes. To much playing clutters stuff, it makes everything seem less important.

That being said, i used to do a lot of clutter, but something caught my eye that i cluttered about, the middle class. Something as small as gas prices being raised adds testament to the death of the middle class. Example, suburbs are filled with middle class who work in cities and are forced to commute, higher prices mean it costs more for them to drive in. like and here are some stats to go with that.

But when i was on my soap box about this, i didn't get much attention, i suppose it makes sense that numbers are the only things that add credibility, but its a hard fact to face when your a writer and only deal with words

Tuesday, July 20, 2010


So i havn't been areound in a while, jsut wanted to say hello again. I will be re-rocking this blog and will be re-updating it much more often. To get it going her's a song i heard on the radio yesterday, i thought it was buy some contemporary chick, but it's still catchy.