Saturday, May 10, 2008

Sexy Song...

Nothing of substance today. Too busy with finals, but I wanted to share this Pedro the Lion song I am feeling right now. I love the fact that it mixes adultery and religion in a blissful hypocritical union. Lyrics below, song on YouTube here.


This is how we multiply

Pity that its not my wife

The friction of skin

The trembling sigh

This is how the bodies move

With everything that we could lose

Pushing us deeper still

The sheets and the sweat

The seed and the spill

The bitter pill yet undiscovered

Gideon is in the drawer

Clothes scattered on the floor

Shes arching her back

She screams for more

Oh my sweet rapture

I hear Jesus calling me home

Finally the chance to breath

Reaching for the fallen sheets

Collapsing in a glowing heap

We've gone too far

We've done too much

We have to quit it

Just one more kiss

Just one more touch

Please 10 more minutes

This feels so good. . .

Just barely moving. . .

The tension building. . .

Our bodies working. . .

To Reach their goal. . .

Oh my sweet rapture

I hear Jesus and the angels singing


Calling me to enter the promise land.

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Irony ....

My former Political Science prof keeps a blog (along with others) about election news and research. I read this on there and wanted to share.

The Irony of the 2008 Democratic Primaries
One short thought: In 2006 and 2007, numerous states moved primaries up to Super Tuesday and earlier so that they could be more "relevant". Isn't it ironic that it is the states that did not move -- North Carolina, Indiana, Oregon -- who are basking in unprecedented attention by the candidates? Those states that did move often received little more than a wave from the candidates; if they had not moved, they could be being romanced right now.