Happy Easter

Have I ever complained on here about how Christmas is a much bigger holiday than Easter? I don’t understand why we celebrate Jesus’ birth with such gusto, but only commemorate his resurrection with chocolate bunnies and ham. Recent reports have shown that nearly 99.856% of all the people who have ever lived were, at some point in their lives, born.* And as far as I can recall only about three have ever returned from the dead… and that was all because of Jesus.

So anyway, enough of that. I won’t even complain about the lack of good Easter songs to share with you this year. I’ll just give you my favorite hymn.


*I totally didn’t make that number up.

Happy New Year

Statler and WaldorfI don’t know if there’s reason to believe that this year will be better than the last, but let’s hope.

2017 can’t be much worse than 2016. Please Universe, don’t make me eat those words.

Seriously though, 2016 can suck a bag of dicks.

Happy Thanksgiving

It can be hard to come up with a song for some of these holidays year after year. I think I’ve already shared all of the songs I could about the good side of Thanksgiving. Adam Sandler’s “The Thanksgiving Song” and Alanis Morrisette’s “Thank U” were both good tracks to share on this day.

This song isn’t one that will give you a warm fuzzy feeling, but hopefully it will make you thankful for what you have.


Happy Thanksgiving everyone.

Happy Labor Day

Hey, better late than never right?

I’ve been dealing with a few health problems these past few weeks and its cut into the time I usually set aside for blogging. Labor Day was actually on Monday. I celebrated by watching most of the Dark Knight Trilogy (I always fall asleep when stuff gets good).

But hey, I’m not dead yet. Hope everyone had a happy one.


Happy Independence Day

While I don’t think anything can top last years post of the Descendents’ “Merican” I have to try something new.

This ode to the Reagan years seems really fitting now that we have another celebrity candidate vowing to “Make America Great Again.”