So anyway, had another interesting thought I'd share with everyone. Have you ever looked at your boss and wondered if they've (in my case, "she's") ever taken it up the keester. Let me be clear in disclaiming that I mean this in no sexual connotation whatsoever. I'm relatively sure my boss has, seeing as how A: Her ass is exceptionally large and disproportionate to the remainder of her body. She flaunts it proudly, almost patriotically, in pants that are always at least one size too small...and B: Even though she's a woman, I'm almost certain that she has a penis...ergo, she wouldn't have another hole to put it anyway.
Yes, she's that kind of ugly. You know, the kind that makes you have a serious philosophical debate with yourself as to just what gender said person is. I like to imagine that there are no mirrors in her world. Not because she's a vampire, but rather because her reflection could destroy the fabric of space and time.
The really icky part...she has four children. Some poor schlub actually put his penis in her...four times!!!
So anyway, I just discovered something interesting the other day and I thought I'd share with everyone. If you sign yourself up at MySpace.com as a musician they allow you to post up to four "songs" from your "band". I personally have the gayest "band" name in the world...Michael Shehan. Can't you just hear the record companies beating down my door to sign up Michael Shehan? Fuck American Idol, Michael Shehan is going to be the next pop sensation!!! Sure, and I'm going to grow a second asshole on my elbow to help get the bullshit out of my system that much quicker!!! Anyway, don't sign-up at the main page, go to the "Musicians" tab near the top of the page. Oh, and posting a picture of yourself is a lot fucking easier than here too!
Question is...now what the hell do I put out there for the world to hear?!
Well...I'm on. For the moment I've posted the "Shyamalan-esque" demo piece, the closing credits to the wine show, and a little electronica thing I did for an animatic demo in a gun safety vid. Still not sure whether or not I should post the trombone trio. Brad and I cleaned up the recording quite a bit, but while I'm extremely proud of the piece, I'm still a little underwhelmed by the performance. Maybe I'll put it up and let you all decide whether to keep it there. By the way, just as a reminder, you can find me as Michael Shehan.