I remember when Little Fawn (that’s my daughter’s nickname) was a baby she did something similar to what this kid does on this video. This one has been making the rounds on the internet so I’m sure by just seeing the pic you know it’s that little baby that starts dancing to Beyoncé’s video.
She’s not the only baby I’ve seen do this. I remember my ex-wife’s niece did this very same thing when she was just learning to stand. She crawled her way over to the coffee table and stood up to watch whatever music video was playing and began bouncing and moving her legs. I thought it was pretty amazing. I mean no one taught her this. No one showed her to move to music. She just did it.
I’m convinced that it’s something about being human. I think it’s part of what makes us human. When we hear music we move our body… even if it’s just a little tap of the toe, strumming our fingers or bobbing our head.
what this guy and his buddy do at some poor girl’s quinceañera. Be advised do not have coffee or soda in your mouth when you click play. Your monitor will thank you later.
C’mon LB!!!… Feel the music honey! Dance!!
(my friend Lazy Buddhist claims she doesn’t like to dance but I know she’s tapping her toe a little as she watches this video)
Well, add The Deist to that list! I just found out that the legislature of my home state did one of the stupidest things in the history of things that state legislatures have done… EVER!
Apparently Texas high schools are now required to offer (as an elective) a class that teaches The Bible. How did I miss this?… it passed two years ago and it begins this school year.
What I am hoping will happen is this will be challenged, defeated and left in church where it belongs. Hello 1st Amendment!
Until then, I suspect what will happen is the students who take this class will fall into one of three categories:
- kids who have been taking Bible study in church and are hoping to score an easy A.
- objective, smart kids who hope the class will actually teach them something new and will ask about the inconsistencies and contradictions or
- stoner kids hoping they can score on the churchy kids.
I am hoping the person who teaches this class is either:
- an atheist who knows the Bible inside and out and will bury the kids looking for an easy A.
- a fundamentalist who gets stumped by the smart kids and made to look like a dumbass or
- the football coach who doesn’t teach a thing except why it’s called a hail Mary.
Ok, in all seriousness, if I could be convinced Continue reading
Posted in Bible, Christianity, conservative, creationism, legislating morality, liberty, religion, school, separation of church and state, stoners, Texas
Seems as though everyone is doing a ghost track or bonus song/material on their CDs these days. I ran across a website dedicated to them. http://www.hiddensongs.com
This is from that website:
A hidden, or “ghost”, track is a song on an album which is not listed on the album sleeve or jacket. On a CD, usually the song is accessed by playing the final track through then going through a brief moment of silence.
An unlisted track is different because the hidden song has its own track and can be directly accessed without having to go through the previous song.
I can’t remember the first time I stumbled on or heard of a ghost track. Seems like Continue reading
I love riding my bicycle… feels like flying sometimes. I’ve got a pretty cool bike, too. Carbon fiber forks, racing seat, decent Shimano derailers, etc. I also have the gear… you know stretchy pants with the puffy butt padding, cycling jerseys, low drag helmet, speedometer that also calculates calories burned and back in December, as a Christmas present to me… I bought cycling shoes, cleatsfor the shoes and pedals. I’ve never ridden with a clipless pedal system but I’ve heard they can increase your speed and efficiency on the bike.
Well we’ve had a pretty mild winter here in Texas but for a lack of time or not feeling up to it or just plain laziness, I just haven’t had the chance to ride and test ’em out. But this past weekend I was able to take advantage of some warm weather and knew I would be able to get at least an hour’s worth of good riding in. Continue reading
Posted in clipless, cycling, funny, humor, philosophy, spirituality, stoner neighbors, stoner philosophy, stoners, Texas, uu deist
A couple of houses down I have a neighbor who is for lack of a better label a stoner. The guy next to him is a stoner. And they have a buddy who is over every day.
Every single day.
And every single day they sit in the driveway or (when it’s too cold) in the garage with door open and drink beer and smoke dope.
They wax existential Continue reading
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