(not to be confused with John Treacy Egan that I-tunes would apparently prefer that I listen to). That has nothing to do with anything. I just thought I'd take a lesson from Alf and use a total nonsequitor for a blog post title.
In other news, I think I need to make a Sporadic Blogger Award:Except, I'm not sure who I'd give it to because I think I'm the most sporadic blogger I know. It's just that blog posts don't normally occur to me so much as they ambush me and demand to be posted. And, well...I wasn't attacked by a blog post this week.
But none of that is the point. The point is, I've had complaints about the length of the name "The-Guy-Who-Knows-A-Song-About-A-Chicken." And truth be told, it IS slow to type. In fact, several of the complaints came directly from my own fingers. So, unless I get a negative response from the guy himself, I'm changing his name to Razor. Razor is what my friend Laurie calls him anyway for reasons that fall into the category I just made up called "Things That Make Sense Only To Laurie".Yes, that's her. I first realized the need for this category when Laurie was telling me a story I can no longer remember except for this part: "While I was raiding their refrigerator because (pause) well...because...that's what I do..." For just a moment during the pause, I half expected to hear a logical explanation for why she would be raiding a refrigerator. But I quickly realized the reason was "because I was being myself..."
At any rate I seem to have made a few scattered points:
-My life is not as exciting as one might hope based on my absence from blogging
-Then again it's not boring either, because I'm going to see STEVE EARLE tonight!!! (not that I'm excited or anything)
-The guy is now called Razor
-Itunes might or night not also hate Hayes Carll. Oh wait, I didn't make that point. But I should have, because I love to talk about Hayes Carll. Also, I-tunes might even hate him because his "She Left Me For Jesus" caused some kind of stink amongst those who don't like their humor flavored with a little blasphemy.