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Wednesday, April 19, 2006

I'm Shakin'

Day late and a dollar short again. Dangit! I intended to post this yesterday and I forgot, but you'll forgive me:

As a lifelong born-and-raised resident of the San Francisco Bay Area, I feel compelled to recognize the 100 year anniversary of the Great Quake of 1906 (see, I even capitalized it, as if I remember it from days of yore). I am sure there was a lot of commemoration hoopla in the Bay Area about the anniversary, but not so much in Colorado. See, Coloradoans just don't care about California. Or so I hear.

Here's a song for you that fits the occasion by L.A. band Rooney (previous blog mention here), who is actually hitting the road with Kelly Clarkson between June 30 and August 6th. I can't, again, condone this (as much as I secretly love American Idol). But in any case, this is a great pop song with an infectious riff.

"I'm Shakin'" - Rooney
(yousendit link - open in new window.
EZArchive sucks, as usual. EZ my ass.)


At April 19, 2006 4:07 PM, Blogger c said...

EZ my ass - ha ha ha ha ha haaaaa.......good one.

At April 19, 2006 8:29 PM, Anonymous Brianna said...

Oh dear. Rooney with Kelly Clarkson? What sad, sad, day is this!

At April 20, 2006 8:49 AM, Blogger Dan said...

All this earthquake talk has reminded me of this brilliantly offensive headline from The Onion's Our Dumb Century:

Earthquake Marks Least Gay Day in San Francisco History


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