I know life's a bummer baby, but that's got precious little to do with me
I got nothing. But Vivaldi does. It's his birthday.
i'm a lazy lazy man,
So THAT'S where The Fixx got "Saved by Zero." I never understand that song before now.
Ahhh! Vivaldi, the "Red Priest". Are you getting all religious on this fine day in Lent, Randal? This was so nice to listen to, thanks!
dgzuman, just be glad they weren't inspired by Wagner or that damn car commercial would still be playing.nunly, no one is more full of Jesusery than I, though I will be eating copious amounts of charred animal parts and fornicating and drinking heavily and watching porn and conducting a human sacrifice tomorrow. But I did give you some Vivaldi, so put in a good word with the imaginary sky fairy for me. ;-)
Sorry, Randal, my word doesn't hold much sway with the Big Guy since I tossed aside all sensibilities and surrounded myself with you atheist dudes in the intertubes. I tried to tell Him I was sticking around to help save your soul's, but when He asked me what part of "Please put up a pick of yourself in your underwear." , was saving your soul, I didn't have an answer. Busted. Enjoy your charred animal parts and if you're going to sacrifice a human, do a big one...Rush Limbaugh might be a good one to start with.
I thought you were putting a picture of a boner up today?
Happy birthday Viv!
I once got to see Seiji Ozawa conducting the BSO in a performance of The Four Seasons. It was a good way of contemplating time's meaning.
Vivaldi scrive bella musica. Prevedibile, ma bello.Jack of all languages, master of none.
Nunly, the only thing a pic of yours truly in his underwear would do is burn souls, leaving behind an army of blind and empty husks.And sacrifice Rush? I'm afraid I'd let out a plague of toxic fumes and being responsible for the death of millions isn't something I'm prepared to live with.übermilf, heh, heh, you said boner. Heh heh, hmm hmm, heh heh. OP, I second!susan, now that would've been pretty goddamn groovy.tom, I assumo thato youareo praisingo Vivaldio. I knew those Italian In Twenty Minutes tapes would come in handy someday.
How creative could a guy be that named his works after seasons?If he'd lived longer I'm sure we could've looked forward to Vivaldi's "Salt Shaker" and "Tree."I mean, c'mon.
Especially that fourth season!
dean, don't you have a fraternity that needs smacking down? Just don't start defending John Adams. Shaker loops? Fruit loops!mandt, hey, I love winter!
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