Friday, January 20, 2006

Insert Other Act of Anger

Man, do I love tea; sweet, delicious, soul-warming, tea.

Patterns of words always intrigue. For example: why does, "sweet, delicious, soul-warming," sound better than, "delicious, sweet, soul-warming," or, "delicious, soul-warming, sweet," when you say it?

Shameless Plug: I just wrote the best story of my journalistic career, which is nice. You can hear it shortly (6:00 PM CST) on Radio K and then for the next ten days or so on the Daily.

When you like music that everyone seems to hate, does that make you a no-taste hack, an elitist snob, or awesome?

-Thomas

8 Comments:

Blogger Jack said...

Depends on the band, but I would say SO AWESOME

7:52 PM, January 20, 2006  
Blogger T Kwong said...

With that ringing endorsement, I can do no wrong.

-Thomas

10:14 AM, January 21, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'm gonna go with elitest snob.

11:18 AM, January 21, 2006  
Blogger T Kwong said...

I'm gonna go with shut up.

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-Thomas

11:19 AM, January 21, 2006  
Blogger Jesse said...

Isn't the ordering of words something one learns in CPoe 1001W (Crappy Poetry: An Introduction and History of Words Assembled to Form Voltron)?

Who cares if anyone else likes a damn thing that you do. If they do, great, if not, oh well. You're only an elitist snob if you look down on others for their musical tastes. You're only a no-taste hack if you are coming from the viewpoint of an elitist snob. You're awesome if you are one of the ten other people who happen to like the same crappy music that you do.

Now if I could just find one who could make it through my list of five star songs without stabbing me in the face over and over again. The stomach is fine, though. Oh hell, as long as my remains can be identified, we're all cool.

5:58 PM, January 22, 2006  
Blogger marie said...

Dental records might need to be in process of accessing if that's really the case

1:26 AM, January 23, 2006  
Blogger T Kwong said...

That's why I'm all about the poison thread thing. No damage except to certain internal organs.

-Thomas

1:50 PM, January 23, 2006  
Anonymous paige maxine said...

i'm going to go with all three, because that's confusing, awesome, and makes you multi dimensional, almost like a real person.

12:52 AM, January 27, 2006  

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