I am laughing out loud. Or should I say, we here at Surface Earth are laughing out loud?
I’m trolling the internet and finding bash after bash on not just Britney Spears, (did they say she had “stipper” gear on? Please, don’t even get us started), but countless other performers.
Here is what we know:
1. Most people sing in the shower; and
2. Most people sing in the car; and
3. Most people sing most anywhere no one else will hear them.
So, the rest of us tone-deaf brats actually think we have a front row seat to critique? I guess so, according to this article from Chicago Tribune. (Hint, hint: 3rd article down, entitled: The Britney Spears disaster at MTV’s Video Music Awards)(Oh I’m sorry, would that be: The Britney Spears’ disaster….?).
I wish the author would upload a YouTube video of a song, then again, only if he/she winds up being the next Paul Potts.
Cheers for a better tomorrow.
And, oh, hey Britney? If they say you wore stripper gear, I hope they meant it in the best sense of women out there who know of no better choice of how to support families. What’s that saying about us as a society? Women strip to make money that they can’t otherwise earn using other parts of their brain? We reward and then slap them for it?
Oh please. It’s getting very old.
Let me reiterate an old post here:
“Prejudice of any kind implies that you are identified with the thinking mind. It means you don’t see the other human being anymore, but only our own concept of that human being. To reduce the aliveness of another human being to a concept is a form of violence.”