Posts Tagged ‘billy joel’

turning the tap dance into your crusade February 3, 2010 No Comments

Life comes at you quick, there’s plenty of room for excuses (good and bad) for not pushing the envelope From what I’ve seen the person who gets ahead: doesn’t throw people politics in the way, rather level loading the environment by speaking the same thing to all parties involved acknowledging your adversaries often have common […]

You got a nice white dress and a party on your confirmation, You got a brand new soul,mmmm, And a cross of gold, But Virginia they didn’t give you quite enough information September 2, 2009 No Comments

Something you won't hear in mainstream media who is entertaining and pitting American vs American in ideological battles. The biggest market drop in 15 months seems to be because the institution investors in Shanghai decided to initiate a big sell off.  The Shanghai index is largely off limits to foreign investment.  It's grown over 50% this year, and now […]

It’s all about soul It’s all about faith and a deeper devotion January 8, 2009 No Comments

On Jan 20th, much will be about soul. Masses will watching on television, and masses, like myself will be watching from 17 blocks away. I put faith in personality, emotion, trust, and intelligence, and someone who angers fundamentalists on ‘both sides of the aisle.’

In The Middle of the Night, I Go Walkin’ In My Sleep August 14, 2007 1 Comment

First off, shout out to Casey and Jan in Bryan / College Station, who are fans of the blog! Glad y’all are reading, please don’t think I’m a bizarre kid, even though I’m a bizarre kid. I hate y’all for getting to see Rush, and Jan, congrats on the new job. Tonight marks the first […]

We Passed the Hash Pipe, And Played our Doors Tapes May 24, 2007 1 Comment

Tomorrow myself, my brother, sister, brother in law, mummy, and nieces and nephews Grant, Meagan and Gavin are heading on a trip towards Niagara Falls. For those of you who understand the eclectic-ness of the family, any adventure of this sort is an adventure, but rest assured there will be no hash pipes or Dorrs […]

Every Dog Must Have His Every Day, Every Drunk Must Have His Drink August 5, 2006 No Comments

Pre-family reunion weekend brings the ‘partying’ faction of the family to Howard’s place in Shiner. Here are my second cousins (John, Justin, Jamie) and I. Nevermind all those beer bottles, must have been someone elses….? Then there’s the uncles from ‘that part’ of the family, Douglas and Donnie, lots of fun hanging out with these […]

Harry Truman, Doris Day, Red China, Johnnie Ray, South Pacific, Walter Winchell, Joe Dimaggio July 24, 2006 1 Comment

Acronym overload, can’t memorize anymore, my feeble little brain is about to explode. All you pray’ers out there, let the praying begin. One of those boring pictureless posts, but hey, everything lately has been slipping by the wayside in preparation for the test Thursday. I covered my bad points this weekend and worked on my […]

If You said goodbye to me Tonight, There would still be Music Left to Write March 5, 2006 1 Comment

Ready set go, time for a fancy wedding. Brandon and I go back a looong way, and it’s his special day, getting married and then honeymoon in Belize. My mamma recently went to Belize, and she brought me back a shirt that said “Belize it or Not.” A 6pm wedding made for a day of […]

Should I Try to be a Straight ‘A’ Student, If you are then you Think too Much January 6, 2006 2 Comments

A round of interviews has come and gone, left me wondering how I’ve came to the position I’m in. Lowest ‘GPA’ I seen of people interviewed was a 3.55. Based on what I did in college, I’d be making pizza for a living. I got out of there (college) with a 2.2, or by the […]