I wrote the music about the economics
the conservative parable/
leaves lands tepid and terrible/
they say economies should be unregulated, feral/
they say intervention leaves business sterile/
but what’s growth? just fat cats’ growing girth/
self-serving measures, say social safety has no worth/
corporations crying wolf, crying “we won’t repeat mistakes”/
they recognized risk, disregarded, and kept eatin’ steaks/
that’s how they work, on a short term basis/
securitize mortgages, hide consumer faces/
they’ll take responsibility, but their whole scheme/
was made to dump responsibility, trade the whole team/
if you ain’t aware, this is how it all played out/
no questions asked, millionaire home loans they gave out/
to joe schmoe, make your dream home a reality/
till you gotta pay, wake up, it’s all fallacy/
imagine that, and everybody participate/
can’t pay back loans, it’s too late/
just Google “mortgage backed security”/
capitalism coaxes corporate impurity/
i don’t say we need a revolution/
we just need a real solution/
that bans and prevents these risky actions/
so the one percent aren’t left with rations/
So I was watching a Kobe highlight video, and this was his teammate’s reaction to Kobe’s dunk. I really wanted to make a meme or witty post to caption this photo with something along the lines of disbelief or absolute horror. Alas, my wit is lacking right now.
For now, enjoy the face that derailed my highlight watching.
Just saw on Facebook someone shared a photo from a page called “The Struggle is REAL.” Pictured was Jordan shoes. Fucking. Stupid.
That’s not struggling. By any means. It’s a non sequitur.
In brief, fuck that shit.
I was going to write a parody of “Never gonna dance again” called “Never gonna blog again.” It was going to be about surprise attacks of porn on Tumblr that make you want to GTFO ASAP. In the middle of it, I realized how terrible some of the original lines sound, aside from the chorus. Alas.
It really bothers me when people refer to celebrities by first name.
And/or jokes about them in a way similar to “oh that’s so you!” You don’t know that motherfucker!
Memes aren’t effective ways to propagate political views.
& even if they were, they shouldn’t be used that way. They’re for the lols!
Opinion on Benghazi- in rap form!
republicans investigation of Benghazi/
isn’t about answers, it’s about paparazzi/
where were the questions of embassy assaults/
under Bush, Reagan? desperate for Obama faults/
not sure if it’s racist or absurdly partisan/
seeking reasons to be verbally hard on him/
what exactly are they looking to be resolved?/
can’t be a mystery when there’s nothing to solve/
these critical republicans are the same legislators who voted/
to cut embassy security funding, hoping their records eroded/