January 15, 2004

Funny and Talented

Well, I'm a recording artist. I'm also a dumbass. But most of all, I'm a fool.

Today I got inspired and wrote a song. (Which turns out to be really easy if the lyrics don't mean anything.) I wanted to record it before its spirit left my head. And after much worry about my dad's data still being on the mixing board I consulted THE MANUAL.

THE MANUAL indicated to me that the board could hold more than one song. I didn't even think that we might not have enough space on the card.

When my father got home I thought he was going to disown me because we did, in fact, not have enough space on the card.

When we got home from Miracle (which was good for a sports movie), he and my mother listened to my song and much laughing did occur. So I guess I'm going to live to see another day.

The moral: Don't piss your dad off by making an entire night's work fruitless unless you're confident that you have talent like mine. (Yes, of course they can read sarcasm.)

Posted by Paul at January 15, 2004 11:27 PM
Comments

I was just pissed, because your song was better than mine. ;)

Posted by: Solonor on January 16, 2004 10:13 AM

Hey Whiny - Loved it, I think. Haven't laughed that much since I was at your house last Christmas. Ejen wants to know if you've made it through puberty yet?
Hugs.

Posted by: snowgirl on January 18, 2004 10:20 AM

Dude,your song rcked the shazba and then some.Makes me want to get a mixing board of my own...all I hae is an electric keyboard...wish i had an eletric guitar and some drums...but such is the broke life I lead, lol.

LaterZ

Posted by: Bubba on January 18, 2004 11:46 PM

Ohh, you're supposed to go through puberty?

That damn tunnel's useless now.

Posted by: Whiny The Elder on January 19, 2004 01:23 PM

And yes...for god's sake, I'm 17.

Posted by: Whiny The Elder on January 19, 2004 01:25 PM

Some of those high notes, ya know, I was just worried you'd hurt yourself. Hugs, you wild and crazy post pubescent rascal you. B Good

Posted by: snowgirl on January 21, 2004 07:06 PM
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