Salutations, Sir Kitty!
I recently read an article c0ncerning kiddie-diddler Gary Glitter and the utter popularity of his anthem "Rock & Roll Pt. II" at sporting events. The theme was, Isn't it weird that a child-porner gets all those royalties?
I did some research on this very question a while ago, based on the fact that America's most popular sporting anthems are all by child-lovers, homosexuals, and punk rockers.
Wjat i discovered after several emails to various people within the Dodger organization is that no royalties are paid for
So this past week I wrote out a list of various Topics to be Discussed. I wrote it on a mustard colored Post-It note like so:
2. kid rock/creed
3. kenny loggins
4. John Tesh
Intriguing, yeah? The trouble with lists is, they're useless if you can't remember why you wrote down a particular item. Example: Kenny Loggins. Your guess is as good as mine, and probably better, about that one. I mean, the possibilities are endless.
In any case, I'll try to run down the list right now, as best I can.
The Dodgers are back, and so is the music they play in the stadium at games. Couldn't be more perfect, either: The other day, Hootie & the Blowfish played a pre-game concert. Can you dig it? Hootie!