Saturday, January 01, 2005

2004: Year of Not Good Enough

Yes I said it. 2004 was the year of Not Good Enough. The year of half ass attempts & dressed up lemons. Where some media forms have "stayed their course" like deer in the headlights of mediocrity, others have had their metaphorical balls cut off & now pander to little green pieces of paper instead of the human hands that trade them. The music must grow up instead of being the old guy in the baggy jeans spewing vile attempts at false angst thinking to be accepted. TV must stop drinking it's vile formulas & get the idea in one's head that a small group does not run the dial of a civilization. Movies must get off the heroin of CGI & start creating real movies instead of remakes of wonderful movies & properties that are the same as the sources in name only. Books must be avant guarde in it's boundaries instead of trying to cater to the grocery store book worm who's only use of the tome is that of a doorstop. And politics....should be about new avenue & ideas instead of riding five blocks on a Harley in bright white Levis. Bringing exhalation to people...then punishing people for showing exhalation. saving our human family...instead of saving morals.

2004 should have been We Fixed It & Did Our Best. But in the end, it's Not Good Enough.


Blogger Lena said...

Oh so true.

I especially liked this: "...instead of riding five blocks on a Harley in bright white Levis."

January 2, 2005 at 9:45 PM  
Blogger Royal Burnell said...

It's actually sad that it was that image showed they didn't have a chance. I can see the formed hypothetical convo the PR thought might happen.

Youth voter #1: You see that Iowa primary man?

Youth voter #2: No. Why?

YV#1: Dude! One of the canidates was riding a chopper!

YV#2: Really?

YV#1: A Harley!

YV#2: Holy shit!

YV#1: His denim shirt & white jeans was so badAZZ.

YV#2: Did he have those vanilla white women's tennis shoes too?

YV#1: Hell yeah!

Yv#2: Now that's bling!

I swear. Those white levis did more to harm Kerry's chances at the youth vote then actually helping him.

January 3, 2005 at 2:27 AM  

Post a Comment

<< Home

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.