Wonderful! She really gets into it. very funny.I hope it's OK to use this spot to urge all Spillers to check out Linton doing a poem over at the Guardian today, wonderful bloke.
I don't think this is cute! I bet she can't even say all her ABCs.Just kidding!...that was just the first youTube comment. How could you not think that was cute? Isaac liked it, too. They must be about the same age, but I don't think Isaac knows all the words to any Kanye West songs. Should I be worried about his developmental progress?
Well... I don't want to be judgemental, but you really have to think of the Isaac's well being. He's blatantly got a lot to catch up on. How is he going to feel when he's the only one in his kindergarten class that doesn't have successful youtube clip?
It's a new world. We're going to enroll him in the Preschool of the Performing Arts and youTube Stylings, but the waiting list is so long...will he ever make it in time for Kindergarten?
I don't want to boast but...what the hell, of course I do: my grandson Ivan (aged 3 and 5 months) is playing the Innkeeper in the preschool Nativity play...steenbeck, where are the Antick Animals?
But will it be videotaped and posted on youTube?And, sorry about that TFD, and all other e-mail receivers, I posted it to the wrong blog. Nobody saw any squids, okay?
they don't let you film nativity plays here any more...I saw them anyway, steenbeck, through the magic of Google! Very lovely!
Thank you so much, Treefrogdemon. For looking and for liking.
Steenbeck: New Souls Of Mischief!http://www.kanyeuniversecity.com/blog/index.php?em3106=216784_-1__0_~0_-1_12_2008_0_0&eM=
Wow, I love it! Thanks, Ejaydee. Does this mean a whole new album?
I think it means a new album, I seem to remember Kanye mentioning it.Oh and this made me think about the discussion you had with Nilpf last week:http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/michaeltomasky/2008/dec/09/obama-white-house
Thanks, Ejaydee, I needed to read that. I read something similar in the Nation, which is about as liberal as it gets. They also sounded cautiously hopeful--and they also put the situation in historical perspective, which makes the current moment in history seem remarkable, and makes it hard not to feel hopeful. I think Tomasky is right about blogs/cable news--they thrive on unthinking, grumbling criticism. And with the economy the way it is, it's easy to succumb to pessimism.
Ejaydee, did you see this? I just read about it in the Guardian...http://www.datpiff.com/Q-Tip-Open-The-Mixtape-Abstract-Innovations-mid2633.html
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