Hello. It is the 106th entry on the 6th day of your Earth calendar’s month of December. I’m here, in typically grizzly fashion, to let loose a few breaths of import into the brisk air of the internet.
First off, I have to say that I’m pretty taken by Google Reader, and in a month’s time I will surely make a similar post in which I cite it as indispensable. I often forget to check a huge chunk of sites that I would otherwise like to keep up with, and lumping them all on one page is sort of like internet Christmas to me. I wouldn’t doubt it if you told me I was months and months behind on this phenomenon, and I would still be in the dark if I hadn’t checked Site Meter and noticed that Reader was used as a means of viewing this very blog.
Unless I am mistaken, this should be a portal through which you can inspect it.
Now for something even more crucial: this past Tuesday’s release of Project Pat’s post-jail epic, Crook by da Book: The Fed Story. After the intro, which follows one of his adversaries during their jarring realization that Pat has, indeed, been released from prison and plans to exact revenge on the snitches that have wronged him, we segue immediately into the feverishly paced “I Ain’t Goin’ Back to Jail.” From there, it’s an intense ride through many fully-realized worlds, including but not limited to the claustrophobic “Tell Tell Tell (Stop Snitchin’)” and the jubilant anthem “Good Googly Moogly.”
I could go on, but unless specifically requested to do so, I’ll stop here. If anyone would like a copy of this ground-breaking album, contact me. However, I will forever deny any consequent legal ramifications because, like Mr. Pat, “I ain’t goin’ back to jail.”