the sexiest music on the net.

January 14, 2009 at 2:05 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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I owe this new niche in my life to an enlightening post by djhaley. Specifically this post.

Despite its simple (some might say unfortunate) name, LaLa.com seeks to deliver you from the iTunes powerhouse and its unendearing ways. LaLa users have access to the website’s 6 million song catalog and can listen to any and each song once all the way through. For Free. Continue Reading the sexiest music on the net….

Obscenity is an Art: defending profanity in poetry.

December 17, 2008 at 3:46 pm | Posted in poetry, school, writing | 4 Comments
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There’s an art to sh*t, f*ck, p*ss, c*nt, c*cksucker, motherf*cker, t*ts.

Since its conception art has battled society over what the artists saw as freedom of expression and what concerned leaders labeled as obscenity. Painters, playwrights, filmmakers, authors, and poets. All have suffered from a sensitive few that mount their soapboxes and claim to be society’s protectors.

These few have no sense of subtext; their creativity is oppressed by a narrow-mindedness designed to cull impurity before it might offend. They immediately declared photographer Bill Henson’s 2008 exhibit featuring photographs of naked children as pornographic. In 1957, these purity watchers slapped Allen Ginsberg with an obscenity trial for his poem “Howl”.

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