‘So my guess is that somehow an 808 kick, when played through a…’ Here, I took a quick peek at the van’s speakers, then continued, ‘…Pioneer TSW303R, has an ill-effect on the undead physiognomy to the point that, um, to the point that, um, to the point that, um…’
John saved me: ‘To the point that our ears exploded. Scribe, you aren’t as daft as you look.’” —Poppermost Over America, the sequel to Paul Is Undead
Paul’s nose is buried in the road atlas, and John and George are screwing their weenies back on, and Ringo’s in the back, playing Sudoku, and I’m futzing with the radio, and I happen across KPRZ, 103.3, Hot 103 Jamz, Kansas City’s number one station for hip-hop and R&B, the biiiiiiiig station. Now I’m always up for some hot jamz, so I leave it there, and on comes Lil Wayne’s magnum opus “Lollipop.” The reception on our little dirt road blows, and I’m tired of going up and down the dial, so I let it sit, even though “Lollipop” blows.
Two bars in, Lennon, McCartney, and Harrison’s ears fell off.” —Poppermost Over America, the sequel to Paul Is Undead
So so so so nice of you to say. Made my night!
I can’t remember the very first book I read, but I remember The Catcher in the Rye was the first “grown up” book I took a gander at, and it make me feel, um, confused.
It’s my birthday! So which Beatles song should I listen to, and why?