Found this verbiage on a set of Dragon multimedia speakers:
High Power For Your Good Music
(picture of cannonball with a burning fuse)
For people who love their favorite music, this speaker has wonderful power output to handle your music. No matter what kind of music you like, it always tries its best to satisfy you.
These speakers came with a DIY kit I bought from Tiger Direct to build my own computer. I can honestly say that the speakers satisfy me, but I have no idea whether they are trying their best to do it. What I want to know is… what kind of power do they provide for my least favorite music? That’s the trick of it. I’ll never be able to test that part, because I’ll never play my least favorite music. Wow. Those marketing geniuses.
All of it is gone.
We decided that we like DishNetwork so much, and I’ve seen such an improvement in their customer service, that we would stick with them. Oh, and the fact that we became irrevocably addicted to pausing and rewinding “live” TV.
The original address of this blog was just the first thing I could think of that was not already used. It’s the name of a song by Human Radio, a now-defunct band formerly based out of Memphis. Now Ross Rice is the only former member I follow at all, and he still lives and works in that area. The song “Me and Elvis” did not inspire me because I’m an Elvis fan, but because I love its upbeat tempo, fun tune, and witty lyrics. I might not post every day. I will post when something hits me, or when someone who touches my life does something worth jotting down. It’s a journal mainly for me, really. I have so many thoughts in my head sometimes, but never manage to get them all out. This will help me do that. An online catharsis. Ah, feel the rush.