posted on September 14, 2007 at 5:39 am

hadda loverly burfday etc
elli n minna come to dinner
pastizzzis n salad n birthday cake
drink ruby riccadonna from silver rimmed goblets
today im walkin down my street
a guy i know in cafe game
comes out
oh you should try buzzz
a legal high sold in happy highs newtown
its made from chocolate n honey n bitter orange n saffron
n a few other things
how can that get you high i ask
its like you know how you get a little warm glow
from a chocolate bar he says
yeah i say
he says this is like eating 50 bars of chocolate
somehow intensified into a focussed wallop
i get home
i say come on we’re going to newtown
so we arrive over there
nk buys a new dress
tonite we’re seeing t.amos at the oprah house, sydney austraylia
thats right
weve had our tickets fer munths
personally im not that over excited
tho i must admit last time she was pretty good
a bit to gurlie for me
at the core of it
i do not feel included in her songs
they are sorta about n for women in essence
i admire her talent immensely
while conceding she also owes a huge debt to k.bush
no kate no tori
kate was the 1st in my book
margo smith was the 2nd
her first album is as good as tori in most parts
and it pre-dated her too
we’ll be watching tori do her thing
apparently she wears a lotta wigs
i cant wait
ooooh wig changes
apparently to play the characters on her record
can you imagine the church all changing their wiggies
for each song
and having our makeup touched up too
im sure t.amos will be brilliant as per usual
shes an amazing pianist
i’ll be test driving buzzz for you
and giving you my verdict tomorrow
thats a day in the life of ttb
my day equals your ear
a minute beside you
and its gone
like this song

63 Responses to “cumulative buzzz”

  1. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 6:24 am #

    I’m too shy to go first. No you go instead….

  2. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 6:26 am #

    Oooh, that sounds like my type of “high”, there’s a Happy High Herbs not far from me in Collingwood Melby, if that stuffs as good as you say, I’m there! Look forward to the verdict. (I bought some sort of “happy high tea” from there once though, it tasted effin’ disgusting, hope the choccies a lot tastier!!)
    Have fun tonight.
    Love always,

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    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 6:32 am #

    “apparently she wears a lotta wigs
    i can’t wait
    ooooh wig changes”

    Thst part made med laugh out loud, Steve.

    Thomas Thomsen, Denamrk.

  4. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 6:57 am #

    In a soft and cool Clint Eastwood whispery tone…

    “Mr. Kilbey, I’d like to know what kind of shampoo and conditoner, if any, that MWP uses; he’s got that fabulous Church trademark hair.”

    You don’t go through hair and make-up? oh. I’m going to watch Amadeus…again soon. Do you think wigs will change your music?

    Oh, by all means…those chocolates are wonderfullah. What’s the name of that Johnny Depp movie “La Chocolate” please forgive my french. There’s a chain of stores (really?) named after the film…they specialize in these choco legal blends. I’ve tried many…I’m into the Indian (coconut, curry, other spices) and South American (cinnamon, orange) yum! Enlish too (Lavender)


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    persephone2u | 14 September 2007 at 7:02 am #

    Wig changes, eh? I always suspected the Ronald McDonald hairdo was a fraud, lol! Wigs are great for a lovely Mozart performance or an opera.

    Tori is indeed Kate Bush lite, only Kate Bush is about 100% more interesting. I’m just not into this whole sisterhood of women thang and singing about periods and pain and all manner of touchy feely emo topics. Music should always have an air of mystery and intrigue and contain an element of danger in it or it’s just boring. If there’s no danger or mystery and it’s just about feelings, and female ones at that, bleeechhh.

    Rock music is all about testosterone and Chrissie Hynde knows this all too well. The first 2 Pretenders albums show that there are at least some women who get it. I prefer a woman standing behind a tele over a chickypoo straddling a piano seat wailing and gnashing her teeth.

    For nice, sweet, innocent girly stuff, Harriett Wheeler of The Sundays does it brilliantly. Lovely voice with lyrics really not about anything in particular, but they’re soothing songs nevertheless that don’t make me foam at the mouth like I do with Tori Amos and other Lilith Fair ‘safe’ females who are all about The Love, ha!!

    None of this is to say that I have any opinion whatsoever on female singers or music in general. ;-}

  6. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 7:03 am #

    am quite exhausted this afternoon…so ,have a lovely night all!…xxxxx love,as always,genx

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    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 7:07 am #

    PSS about le femmes.
    I used to collect so much of Tori’s music…and then I stopt.
    I have hounds of lovella on vinyl
    Currently turned onto Jem- nice and poppy. Laika is delicious. Uh, off the subject now…maybe we can compare and contrast later or sooner about more femmes.

    Have an outstanding time at the Op house!


  8. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 7:12 am #

    parle on interesting femmes, Persephone…I’ve always thought Laurie Anderson had it all in her beginnings- great performance artist, on the cosmic side too. I could follow up on her, maybe.


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    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 7:19 am #

    The only female songwriters mentioning are…is…Joni Mitchell.

    Well…Ani DiFranco’s done a couple of nice albums, too, to be fair (“Knuckle Down”, “Reprieve”).

    Thomas Thomsen, Denmark.

  10. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 7:24 am #

    Obviously it should’ve said “The only female songwriters WORTH mentioning are…”

    Thomas Thomsen, Denmark.

  11. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 8:13 am #

    Steve, it’s been a long time since you posted pictures here. How about some from your birthday?

    Thomas Thomsen, Denmark.

  12. avatar
    Dark Eyes | 14 September 2007 at 8:35 am #

    Belated Birthday wishes Steve,
    enjoy your time being 53!
    Tori Amos will be a treat as you
    guys (The Church) are for us.
    I’ve been away from home for 4 weeks as my beautiful Dad passed
    away at 73, the world is definitely
    emptier with him gone.
    For everyone who has lost a parent or both, my heart goes out to you.
    Life goes on for us and we have to
    ensure we’re on the right track for ourselves, our children and ultimately, find contentment.
    Love, Beck x

  13. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 9:00 am #

    It’s odd to me, being a employee of the reckid store ‘fer 10 years…

    how the kids don’t notice how much she bites off of the hounds of love.


    glad you had a great birfday killa’.


  14. avatar
    lily | 14 September 2007 at 9:09 am #

    Happy Birthday, SK!!!

  15. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 10:06 am #

    Hey Beck, my beautiful Dad passed away at 73 in 2004, and I still miss him alot – so condolences to you…

    What about Beth Orton, Patti Smith, Marianne Faithfull, Karin Jansenn… name only three….I have a headache so I’m signing off now….


  16. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 10:07 am #

    four i mean (drummer, can’t count to four)


  17. avatar
    MEM | 14 September 2007 at 10:16 am #

    maybe this will be long?


    we breath more than we see these days, dreaming in the accolades,

    but i’m still here…

    can you tell me what
    you fear?

    *end quote*

    you know we’ve hit a cord when we’re confused
    and panicked

    after we’ve read
    the first three lines

    and embarrassed
    because we think what you wrote

    is in response to what i didn’t

    yet, and then it’s a laugh

    it doesn’t
    matter, cause that the same as if…

    man, if you knew my life, day to

    but why should you?
    why would you?


    i don’t know if all’s that true,
    i’m still me and your still you…

    *end quote”

    don’t forget, we are who
    we are

    because where we are,

    that’s excuse


    so much more
    but no temporal being

    can endure
    or imagine such,

    i must pray and thank my

    everyday you and


    like the

    because we

    not ordinary

    but must

    among such

    no one

    be there


    but i
    never should

    have used

    i’ve forgten
    what is

    above, but

    is to

    but the


    all is

    we are

    and all is

    wish upon


    how lucky

    are able

    and then

    not so ordinary



  18. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 10:16 am #

    What about
    PJ Harvey
    Joanna Newsom

  19. avatar
    eek | 14 September 2007 at 10:19 am #

    I think Tori’s too girly for me too. I’ve heard so many rave reviews of her that I decided to check some of her stuff out. Unfortunately all I could think while listening to her was “Oh good god lady! Give it a rest!” so I figured she just wasn’t my thing.
    Beck — my condolences on the loss of your father.

  20. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 10:28 am #

    well, you did it, buddy – you’re older than your dad and grandad ever lived to be. Must be a strange thought. Glad to know you’re out there, Killa.

  21. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 10:36 am #

    I don’t like either Kate or Tori but Steve’s right: no Kate=no Tori. Kate Bush’s songs sound like they’ve fallen out of her head and the only reason they sound like that is because they’ve fallen out of HER head. I don’t like it, but no-one else could’ve come up with that stuff. Tori just sounds like she’s someone who’s heard a lot of Kate’s songs – she’s the House of Love, Kate’s the Church. Arf.

    I also get the feeling that Tori’s being deliberately “I am wacky” – or ‘kooky’ as she’d probably put it. Whereas Kate Bush is genuinely fuckin odd – Sat In Your Lap as a single when she was a so-called ‘chartopping’ pop artist? Er…ok, Kate…

  22. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 10:43 am #

    buzzz huh?

    by the way, Mr. K., happy b-day!


  23. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 10:45 am #

    Y’know what else? Margot Smith is better than either of em. I love that first album of hers. Adored – now that’s a fuckin song. “Are you bored or amused?” Genius, Steven, genius.

  24. avatar
    Daberhasher | 14 September 2007 at 10:49 am #

    iffin i didn’t say it before, it is so excellent that you all played “Hounds of Love”!!! the wee bit of eurovideo i saw of it was enough to say you druids nailed it!

    enjoy the show and the choco treats!
    hey man, don’t bogart the saffron…

    my thoughts are with you Beck,
    i know the feeling… peace, to you and all…


  25. avatar
    Faye | 14 September 2007 at 12:07 pm #

    hope you have a great night!..hope Tori gets herself a hysterectemy,or a big thwack of st johns wort,or at least some good drugs…actually find her to be an incessant whiney cow..truly..{lucky i was holding back on that comment…HaHA!} just crank up the stereo on the way home SK!…enjoy your buzz!..SK,our resident herbal proofer/analayst..theres one of those shops in my town as well…its amazing what they sell…especially if you ask..comfrey{amongst many other useful herbs} was banned in australia…but they may just sell it..;-) and peace,and a whole bit o magic xo

  26. avatar
    restaurant mark | 14 September 2007 at 12:29 pm #

    have a great time tonight steve! tori was really good both times i’ve seen her…hopefully matt chamberlain will be playing drums with her…her bass player is really good too. i agree that some of the stuff comes off as a little girly, but quite a bit of it is just damn good. from the choir girl hotel and to venus and back are great records as well as scarlet’s walk. to persephone who says she just sings of periods and love…she’s got some really good lyrics on those records…some of it kind of obscure actually. know she took a her share from kate bush, but for some reason never was able to get into her…never could put my finger on it…that’s music i guess…you’re into what you’re into and not what you’re not.

    take care everyone


  27. avatar
    John Garratt | 14 September 2007 at 12:36 pm #

    “at the core of it
    i do not feel included in her songs
    they are sorta about n for women in essence”

    Me neither. I remember a friend of mine trying to get me into her stuff. I just couldn’t. Couldn’t, couldn’t, couldn’t.

    On the bright side, I played him “Priest=Aura” and “Sometime Anywhere” and he seemd to genuinely enjoy them.

    John Garratt

  28. avatar
    lily was here | 14 September 2007 at 12:57 pm #

    Steve, enjoy the gig. How tempting to write a novel on margot smith! the real no 1. Sleeping With The Lion & Taste, still as exquisite and haunting as ever. Dream and Bellyman, my current favourites. Margot never likes being categorised as a ‘female’ songwriter, or even as a representative of her sex. Her music speaks of otherworldly themes, dark and from the heart. BTW its her birthday next week. I wish you two would get back together to record more magic together, casting beautiful spells in the studio, bewitching me forever, a perfect match. No-one’s ever come close to what you created, in my book. Ok, enough.

    Now im depressed

    Sue x

    ps not sure I’d like something that gets you high and makes you fat 🙂

  29. avatar
    lily was here | 14 September 2007 at 12:59 pm #

    ps Hope Sandoval from Mazzy Star, now thats another someone who can deliver beautiful music

  30. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 2:00 pm #

    Sue …thank you for the link!!..what a beautiful artist! to you xxx gen xo

  31. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 2:10 pm #

    I wish Margot hadn’t ate all those pies though…

  32. avatar
    verdelay | 14 September 2007 at 2:29 pm #

    Blimey…did someone mention Kate Bush?



    Kate, Kate, Kate.
    Still do I
    Wait, wait, wait
    At the bottom of my English Garden
    With my friend (an elf)
    And my bottomless desire
    (for your good self).

  33. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 2:59 pm #

    Two words for you silly kids…

    Sandy….Denny. Go listen and learn.

    you can stuff yer Feists and all other wannabee Jonis and Kates (especially if they are Canadian).

    Mae Moore’s Kilbey-produced platter was pretty good.

  34. avatar
    ron's tache | 14 September 2007 at 2:59 pm #

    Oi, Time Bloke: did Sparks ever make much impact in Oz?

  35. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 3:01 pm #

    Mae Moore’s album was awful, awful drivel. I’m glad she’s out of favour with Steve.
    Sandy Denny – Winter Winds, Banks of the Nile. Genius.

  36. avatar
    Brien Comerford | 14 September 2007 at 3:19 pm #

    My fvorite female vocalists are Chrissie Hynde, Annie Haslam, Judith Durham, KD Lang, Laura Nyro and punk rock’s Joan Jett.

    Church CD’s that make brains comfortably numb.
    Beside Yourself
    Sometime Anywhere (Both Discs)
    Parallel Universe (Disc 2)
    Forget Yourself
    Refo-Mation -Takes several plays for this audio opiate to infiltrate your psyche and intoxicate it.
    Dabble-Sk’s incredible Deleware project. My spellings horrible.

  37. avatar
    Cee | 14 September 2007 at 3:27 pm #

    IMO Katell Keineg’s voice and music are quite stunning…


    “can you imagine the church all changing their wiggies
    for each song
    and having our makeup touched up too”

    Nos puedes imaginar cambiando pelucas para cada cancion y arreglando nuestro maquillaje?

  38. avatar
    JONNY NOT YET SO HOLLYWOODISH | 14 September 2007 at 4:23 pm #

    you missed your birthday buzz up here and over last knight…
    Jon & Mary

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    matthew | 14 September 2007 at 4:33 pm #

    Haha, laughing again today – at the church all changing their wiggies… SO you admit they ARE wigs?? Just kidding. That’s a very funny image, surely you could don a silvery amadeus job a la Sir Elton, maybe for the encore?

  40. avatar
    restaurant mark | 14 September 2007 at 4:59 pm #

    couldn’t agree more sue…love mazzy star…mmmm

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    fantasticandy | 14 September 2007 at 5:30 pm #

    hey, people, don’t forget grace slick!!!

    hi, brien, i was stranded on an island off the coast of north wales for a few days, hence my absence from the blog!
    jeff beck was the first electric guitarist to realise that amp feedback could be ‘sculpted’ and used to great musical effect.
    jeff’s pioneering work has influenced many players over the years…MWP, PK and myself included!
    your shrewd musical observations and self-depreciating wit never fail to bring a smile to my battered old face!
    neptunous greetings to you my friend.
    a fine weekend to feinds everywhere(yes, davem, i’m ok!..yer a good pal.)SK, hope you enjoyed tori’s show, and that NK felt nice in her new dress!
    loadza luv,
    andy L.

    p.s. anyone out there know how my chum veleska is doing?

  42. avatar
    Brien Comerford | 14 September 2007 at 5:54 pm #

    Andy I took the bait. You always did like Jeff Beck. U r an enlightened bloke indeed ! That Marty Wilson Piper is really special. So r all The Church members.

    Grace Slick is retired from music and she now paints. She’s an animal lover who was in Chicago recently for a book signing. John McLaughlin is in Chicago tonight. Steve Vai is here next Friday and I’m scheduled to see him and meet him. I met him once before. He’s very cerebral, a vegetarian, a beekeeper and into pacifist Eastern Spirituality. His instrumental “For The Love Of God” is enthralling.

  43. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 6:18 pm #

    It’s so weird about Grace Slick…I’ve seen her three times in person, singing with Jefferson Airplane within the last two years- last weekend in fact at the art fest. To hear her, she’s still spot on perfectly belting out like it were yesterday and she also looks to be in her 20’s. Then, there’s her recent interviews where she looks…so…hm..god…real. Is there an imposter in the singer? Her artwork is all around here, and quite honestly, she could use some art lessons.

    Steve, you could make a treasure with your artwork!


  44. avatar
    kat | 14 September 2007 at 6:21 pm #

    ha ha this cracked me up sk, ‘specially after a jazz hit. just can’t get into tori… or kate b either.. or many female singers really. although i can accept a little from the heartless bastards.. anyone heard them? time for some stones or something rocking!!
    don’t “wig” out over tori.. he he

    andy L, was wundering about veleska too.. happy frieday all

  45. avatar
    zebob | 14 September 2007 at 7:15 pm #

    Just swinging by to doff my cap and wish you a happy birthday.

  46. avatar
    JJ | 14 September 2007 at 8:28 pm #

    I’ve seen Tori several times; she’s an engaging performer, squirming all over that piano bench with libido in flames sometimes. First time was the Under the Pink tour – I really dig “Pretty Good Year” from that album; very powerful, emotionally. Then Dew Drop Inn, and Scarlett’s Walk tours (last at Chastain Park – outdoors). Can be a little precious at times, I agree. Kate Bush – love much of her stuff, especially The Sensual World; some outstanding tracks there of lasting value. Yes, one was a precursor of the other.

    Sent Birthday Wishes on yessaday’s blogge, but apparently it didn’t take, so once again – a most happy birthday to you, ArchDruide.

    Hmm…never got a buzz from any chocolate. Strange.

  47. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 8:31 pm #

    …aa super-natural buzz!…now that’d be a horse of a different color…cyber-blue wig,silver platform rock 4 eve r!…/cwX

  48. avatar
    JJ | 14 September 2007 at 8:32 pm #

    Oh…Grace Slick; always loved Grace – fantastic rock voice. You hear it and you immediately know it’s her. She added so much needed texture to the Airplane.

    Saw some of her paintings in Carmel, last I was there. Kinda primitive style; sort of folk-art mixed with psychedelia.

  49. avatar
    eek | 14 September 2007 at 8:45 pm #

    Veleska update — just got an email from her. Except for very limited time, she dosen’t have internet access right now. Lots going on — I’ll let her tell what she wants to when she gets back on. She should have internet access again by the end of next week. But she is alive and kicking. 🙂

  50. avatar
    fantasticandy | 14 September 2007 at 10:21 pm #

    hi holly, i got a couple of e-mails too!
    veleska says hi to everyone, she’s moved house and got a new job and will be back on line soon!
    oh, and of course she sends birthday greetings to killer.

    hey kat!!!!!!
    did you get that DVD yet?
    let me know!
    luv to all,
    andy L.

  51. avatar
    isolde | 14 September 2007 at 11:04 pm #

    some people wait for the second coming of JC but my afternoon tea table is set ready for the return of the ***JAFFA CAKE***

    church wigs now theres an idea for merchandise i’ve been wondering where does mwp get those great extensions?

  52. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 September 2007 at 11:20 pm #

    Good saturday morn Mr.Kilbey!how’s yer buzz??? was snorey famos?…hope you’re having a smashingly wonderous day!…love,and always ,the douglas cowgirl,mullberry painting,dragonfly gardned semi quavered sconed,lionesses wise{guize/guys} ones of the north…xxxxx gen x..p.s. Hello miss art!!.i agree with you whole heartedly,when it comes to grace..she obviously has the drive,imagination,and desire to make masterpieces..i’ve always thought that she should find herself an inspirational place to create ….painting for the sake of painting?well that shows through in an her element,and deeply inspired,and i feel that if she was inquisitive of her medium,and trusting of her works,as they were in the process,the possibilities,and potentials of her work would blossom n escalate to a much higher resonance… xxx you have a loverly day too,beautiful one

  53. avatar
    snowfaller | 14 September 2007 at 11:36 pm #

    Glad you had a good birthday, Killer.

    Gotta be careful with those female vocalists – you can never tell if they want you or if they want to rip it off…

  54. avatar
    freddy mercurial | 14 September 2007 at 11:44 pm #

    a minute without you is just too short…

    enjoy the buzz chocolate steven. hope it doesn’t keep ya up all night!


  55. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 September 2007 at 12:22 am #

    well, let’s just say graces’ artwork pales in comparison to our Mr. Kilbeys’. He’s always improving so rapidly with a great eye for detail and color…genx, I don’t really see a style in Ms. Slicks’ art as jj says, yet I love to see a rock star or any sort of star exhibit and do art work…god bless.

    I dunno, maybe grace wears a wig…she has a long ‘n straight waste-length hair style that’s rather unbelievable!! There’s no mistaking her voice, it is still so vibrant and marvellous. She just kicks ass.

    good one isolde, hair extensions!

    Colors and chocolate to all,


  56. avatar
    lily was here | 15 September 2007 at 12:25 am #

    Now thats off my chest 🙂 How was the Tori evening sk? Will always think of Scarlet when i hear TA’s name.

    genx – you might like Siobahn DeMare too?

  57. avatar
    gareth,notts | 15 September 2007 at 12:47 am #

    a friend and I went to see Tori Amos a few years back and it was a terrific gig! same friends son as a baby would stand up in his cot and dance to Reptile whenever it came on,he’s now 9 and sometimes we’ll play Reptile amongst other songs to see his reaction and he’ll look up quizzically as if to say ‘where do i know that from?’………

  58. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 September 2007 at 1:22 am #

    Art!….was discussing with my mum just last week{in morgen’s earshot},what will happen when morgen{my 8yr old lil one} gets to an age where she starts to rebel….my mum said”she’ll probably wear sensible shoes,and have a short haircut….and an orthodox life.i dont think you’ll have to worry too much!”….then morgie pipes up and says”Na!…gonna be just like my mamma!THE fairy-est rock chick from hell!”she’s a wag!..i had thoughts{when she was only about 2} of when she was old enough to go to school..and imagined her walking towards the school gate with her friends.the friends {in my imaginings} would say”which one’s your mum?”….and morgie would reply”the one with the vinyl/velvet pants,and the arty-farty hat{ with the flowers/celtic cross/aviator goggles} on it!..that’s my mum..just right there next to the woman in the tracksuit!”..and i imagined her correctly!..she’s very proud of her mamma”rather be bezerk than boring” she says XXXXthanks miss sue,as to you both,me lovelies!…off to our barn dance tonight…yeeeeehah!do cowgirls wear sequinned black magicians waistcoats?well,they do TONIGHT! x

  59. avatar
    lily was here | 15 September 2007 at 2:47 am #

    cowgirls wear whatever the hell they like gen , speakin’ from experience

  60. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 September 2007 at 3:16 am #

    Lily Sue shine!!…I LOVE YOU!..i am SO gonna wear whatever the heck i want tonight…and I’ll tell anyone who asks why i’m dressed like a mermaid…that SUE said i could!…xxxxgen

  61. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 September 2007 at 7:59 pm #

    No matter what you wear, where you go there you are as sweet as you can be genx! Go on, you and your beautiful daughter are probably 9 times out of 10, the life of the party! There’s just something about you…I can tell already! *-)


  62. avatar
    Anonymous | 15 September 2007 at 8:36 pm #

    thank you Art!…so lovely to me,you are sweet…xxx..gen

  63. avatar
    Anonymous | 20 September 2007 at 8:23 am #

    tori amos is douche bag trash, like a bloody used tampon nasty slut farting at a piano, her voice makes my balls hurt. how could a guy with such high standards and good taste patronize such utter shit. wake the fuck up mr cuntstruck and grow a pair. 150 bucks to watch that sleazy old hootchie. you must be on some excellent glorious mariuana to waste your cash and sit through such filthy vaginal discharge.

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