So I found this site. Apparently it sells T-shirts. Cool so far right? I mean everyone likes the T-shirts. I like T-shirts, you like T-shirts. Well there, of course, is a twist to the tees. You see, these are psych t-shirts. Yes sir, psych t-shirts declare you as being mentally unstable. There's grandiose personality, OCD, narcissism, dependent personality, tri polar, and the list goes on and on. The downside is that the shirts run $24.50. Ouch. I'd rather share my mentality with my actions at those prices. Either way, check out the site, especially if you're feeling crazy and have a few tens lying around.
Something I haven't done in a while. . .mp3s. I used to do it all the time, and for some reason I quit. Oh wait, I couldn't get into UAH's server. . .heh heh heh. . .not that I did anything illegal. I don't want you to get that impression, because that would be wrong. But I now have my webspace back. So what should I do with said webspace? Well, I'll put up a decent mp3. One that isn't done by myself is what I mean.
I first heard this song on a mix CD that D.A. gave me. Its been awhile since his Italian highness has graced me with music, and while I have the lack of shame, and the opportunity, I'd like to say what's up with that? But I digress. So this song is by the Rapture. Ironically enough, I didn't like this song when I first heard it. That's because it starts with counting. Which makes me think of Sesame Street, and we won't touch all my issues with that show. (Cheer up Oscar, you're a grouch!) Anyway, add that to fact they talk about a "constant heaven" and the band's name is the Rapture, well, it just sounded like a cheesy Christian band, and if there's one thing I don't do, its cheesy christian listening. Why? Hyprocrisy, I guess. On whose part is anybody's guess. Anyway, ere tis govnah!