Aylin’s a she.
To be fair, Akon only said he was TRYING to find the words to describe this girl without being disrespectful. There was no guarantee he’d succeed.
“Let’s hear it for Nine Inch Nails! Woo! They were good!”
This is of course the awesomest thing I’ve ever seen, but that said, no love for “Miami Is Nice”? It’s cuter than an interuterine!
And my favorite from Yo Gabba Gabba!: “Beautiful Day (With My Best Friend)” by Jimmy Eat World, which is both as good a Jimmy Eat World song as anything they’ve done AND perfectly encapsulates my feelings about my pets.
My favorite: Stevie Wonder and his band just out-and-out killing “Superstition,” unadulterated and in its entirety, on Sesame Street as little kids dance their little hearts out.
“bonafide rock stars have always had an authenticity about them that is hard to fake” Like David Bowie? Like art-school student/”Street Fighting Man” Mick Jagger? Like Led Zeppelin, none of whom were born in the Mississippi delta/Kashmir/Middle-Like Bob Dylan, whose name is not Bob Dylan? Rock and roll has never ever been about authenticity. To the contrary, even.
I mean, it’s kinda geeky, with all the superhero stuff and whatnot. I accept this.