Actual lyrics from a song I’m testing today for work:
The Chorus: “But you feel so clean. Well she craves affection, so I use protection, and I know she loves me, she loves everybody.”
The First Verse: “You’re just a little girl now, you’re just a girl who misses her dad, and all the toys that she had, thought I could make you older, thought I could keep you out of harm, but now you’re caught in my arms.”
The Second Verse: “Now that we’ve made it this far, now that we’ve made a mess in the car, you ought to give it a rest.”
He then repeats the chorus about her feeling clean, but using a condom because he doesn’t want a filthy, filthy STD off the adoring yet slutty jail-bait he’s using as a Kleenex, because he knows she must have something besides love for him tucked away in that little girl skirt, no matter that the last iteration of the chorus doesn’t repeat the line, “she loves everybody” as a nod to her clubbed to death child-like innocence. End scene.
The cover of the album is a black custom condom wrapper.
Jordan Neufeld, Ben’s brother responsible for Sticks and Stones, is having an Emergency “Help-Me-Pay-My-Rent-a-Thon”.
To recap: he’s off work on Stress Leave and the insurance company compensation has yet to arrive, so he and his partner Jessica have been living tenuously on her student loan in the meantime, but it doesn’t look like they’re going to have enough money to cover their bills at the end of the month.
How You Can Help:
Pre-order his book the Complete Sticks and Stones Collection 2005-2007, for $12.00 a piece, plus shipping.
“That’s over 200 comic strips packed into a little paperback book. Read a sample of the book here.”
Donate to the Sticks and Stone Hallowe’en Special Marathon!
“… a page of my Sticks and Stones Halloween Special every three hours. It’s going to be full color, so this will be interesting… It will probably take 3-4 days to do 24 pages. I’m planning on sleeping at night for a few hours here and there, but it really will be a marathon. Buy enough books, and you or your comic character could get a cameo.” Start at page one.
.. and Pass It On.
Scientists record ‘music’ from stars.
It’s done! It’s done, it’s done, it’s done! Karen only has a few things left to pick-up, we only have a queen-size mattress to somehow move, and that’s it. That’s it! Even Remi’s found a place to live for November. Tra-la-lee-lah-lay-dah-lee. It’ll be all wrapped up by the weekend. There is, of course, furniture to be shuffled around, boxes that need unpacking, clothes that need to find homes in drawers, but it’s all, finally, in one place, with no obstructions.
We sat on the floor last night in a puddle of clear space, mutually exhausted, (something I think everyone does when they move into a new home), somehow stunned, waiting for the soup to be ready, surrounded by boxes and upended furniture. Swamped by our day, he looked so tired I had to grin. “Welcome to the house,” I said, “Officially like.”
Already we’ve shoved the futon in her room and lined the walls with bookshelves, which opened up space, and the bones of our new home are starting to show. David has a job interview with Raincoast books today, so I don’t know how much he’ll get done while I’m at work, but whatever. It’s starting, and that’s positive enough. Plus, rock on Raincoast. Rock on.
Video: the secret lives of invisible magnetic fields.