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What's that a trap? How can I rap with a trap
Stuck in my mind for the latter of time it's a rap
So it ends so it starts again who woulda thought
That I'da bought the new trend, you could've stopped
Me though, before I drop all my flow
Go like the bottom below, down to the lost and the old
Down with unbuttoned control, bottomless bottom so cold
Cold and growing of mold, I wish I'd stopped when I rolled
I'm not a cotton ball I'm more like gauss
An applause with hands sticky with applesauce, like a boss
I was a regular employee yes I was
Now I'm not regular now I'm irregular like Lost
What WAS that show? Dafaq did I just watch?
I could as well have been drinking my eight bottle of scotch
And it ends in a church and so it's all explained
So lame, the director should unwall his brain, it's like a...


Wormholes are all but just dreams or omens, they exist! Birds know them! They twist their beaks and go in. Dig up a little critter, ferociously jittery little twister, bitter his life turned out so different than he initially envisioned. Like bird feed, it's a fate no worms need... he thought to himself as he felt the Earth flee him, leave him to contemplate his meaning in the birds beak.

Week 1 - New Year 2015!

It's a New Year! And I have no resolutions! I thought about abiding by two mottos rather than a more concrete list of goals. To live as if each day were the last, and to live as if each day is a new day.

I also wrote up a bit of inspirational wisdom as I contemplated how, in further detail, I want to live. It goes like this: Don't wait, but don't haste. Don't hesitate. Don't stall, don't fall, don't all. Don't say "yes" if you stress. Don't do if you are not supposed to. But mostly, a 'can't do' won't do: think instead of what you could do. Be good too.

Is that it? Will that concise note to self of the do's and not do's be enough to motivate me in achieving all the great things I wish to achieve this year??! A formal resolutions post might be more fun to look back at when it's all done... assuming I've achieved what I set out to do. Unlike last year. That aftermath is finally posted at last... feel free to read up on my failures and inabilities of the past year, if you wish! And my one success.

On the blog I've written 5 reviews this week, the first two music posts of the year, an inspiring quote by a good friend rather than a famous person - for a change, and that traditional New Year post. Did I mention I spent New Year with a headache? I'd rather had cake than had ache, and I rested so much during day I had to stay up a tad bit late, blinded by light even though I had my blinds drawn as the New Year's light slowly rising on a white lawn.

Life? There's been too much candy, too much sugary goodness, cakes and baked goodies, Julmust and Cider and heaps of sweet things! And chips. I've walked. I've written. I've played games. There is little to foretell apart from the seamless transition between years. More seamless than usual, I believe, due to my lack of new motives. Goals. That grand to do list for the new year that usually sets it apart from the previous.

We watched the fireworks in a dog this year, uncertain times ahead, but I think I see the light on the other side of this gray haze! The New Year starts hopeful.

Last week? Here's the archive for all weekly posts last year.

Outcast (2014)

Outcast (2014)

I thought Nicholas Cage would have the lead role in this one, but it turns out it was an unknown, Hayden Christensen. They're both soldiers in the crusade, they reach a crossroad and on their bloodiest battle, Gallian (Nicholas Cage) wants to stop, but Jacob (the other guy) pushes on - even if he doesn't want to. It's a slaughter. And at that moment their paths part.

And then onto Asia, where a king is dying, his eldest son wants the throne, the youngest son is given the throne, but the eldest son kills his pops and tells the soldiers that the young prince killed the king. The young prince escapes with his sister, and during their escape they stumble upon Jacob, trying to escape his past, high on Opium at a peaceful mountain inn. Well, it's peaceful until the evil brother's army shows up!

The sceneries are beautiful, the battles are glorious, poetic, and sad and tragic... it has all that traditional Asian intrigue along with even English voices for all the Eastern characters. A bridge of cultures... and I like it! Good watch.

 rated 4/5: fo shizzle

By The Gun (2014)

By The Gun (2014)

This was a gritty, killer, thriller: a movie where this one guy (Nick, played by Ben Barnes) realizes that a life of crime may not be all it's hyped up to be. And yet it's the life he choses, no matter what. His pop doesn't want to talk to him. His younger brother is involuntarily following in his footsteps. His best friend ends up accidentally killing the father of a girl he likes/loves, who also happens to be on friendly terms with the mob for which he works.

It's a sad story, but it's told in a good way, with a little gritty violence, suburban sceneries and a glimpse into that everyday underworld life, which is mostly talk and just a little killing. There's one entirely nude stripper too, somewhat unusual even for a movie like this, but I appreciate it as in: it really seems to depict what that life is like, in all it's uncensored brutality and beauty alike.

In the end it's the kind of movie I can't find anything to complain about, it was good, I didn't skim a second, but when it's all over... why did I watch it? What did I get out of this? What a depressing tale.

 rated 4/5: fo shizzle

Musicalish #48

Prodigy! Yeah.


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