Friday, March 20, 2009

It's Gonna Be Alright

Hey ya'll. In case you didn't notice, I was on vacation this week. I traveled to the magical place that is Chicago, IL to experience their take on St. Patrick's Day (it was, like, for science). It may be a cold ass place, but those Midwesterners sure can put on green and drink! Unfortunately, being away from my computer meant I had almost no time for pop culture. I could tell you about the current exhibit at the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art (It's just "meh") or how I learned about the accuracy of Flight of the Conchords from and actual New Zealander (lots of Murray's in that country, apparently), but really, on the pop culture front, all I can tell you is the new Kelly Clarkson record is rad! I've pretty much been listening to it on a loop for about a week. I highly recommend you check it out...if you, like me, love good pop music. If you are a music snob, then enjoy your boring little Pitchfork loving life.

I really want to make my Facebook status "Red does not hookup," but I couldn't endure the endless taunting.


words words words said...

Well, as long as it was for science.

What if I don't like Top 40 pop music AND I think the people at Pitchfork are hipster douches?

I like Kelly, though.

The Vegetable Assassin said...

Hahaha dude, I love you. And honestly, just TODAY I was wondering where you were! And seriously you make me snort sometimes. I mean goddamn LA is probably cold to you San Diego PUSSIES. "Oh it's 80 degrees every day!" Screw YOU hippy. :)

Can you tell I'm still jealous? I admit I kinda dig the Kelly Clarkson single to my amazement. I don't know how I'd be with a whole album but I kind of like HER as a person, so I'd give it a go.

Oh yeah, welcome back fellow redheaded goddess.

Liz said...

I'm not sure she'll ever top Since You've been Gone. I'm not sure anyone can

BeckEye said...

The Kelly album is on my "favorite things" list, which I was supposed to post yesterday but I didn't have time.

Maybe this weekend. "I Do Not Hook Up" is like one of the greastest songs ever. I can't believe Kara DioGuardi wrote it.

Malcolm said...

I'm glad to hear that your "field trip" was educational. I've been hearing good things about Kelly's new CD... I'll have to look into getting a copy.