O-TOWN ADVENTURES #1
Monday night was another good night at Colemans. The pizza was better this week and the
wings were too. Maybe it was the picture of Coors-Light. Yep, my week started off a bit cloudy. The next day involved a trip
to the Reservation. Oh yeah! The Indians were there. What a road trip. It took Ryan and I one hour to arrive to the Onadagua
Nation, which is south of Sryacuse. When we got there, other classmates asked us how was the drive? We responded "it was a
rush." We told them about how fast we drove (75-80 mph) and their eyes lit up. Yep, it took most of them 1:15-1:30 to get
there. Oh yeah! Need of speed, I think so! The rest of the trip was a blur, besides Wheelchair John asking all kinds
of questions. "How do you Celebrate Columbo day?" Mmm...Do we want to get shot? What the fuck kind of question is that! You
don't ask Native Americans that. Yep, I thought we were going to die :). On Wednesday I hung out with AL and caught a movie.
Radio was the movie and all I have to say is "he had bad teeth." Good movie overall and a fun evening with AL. That's the
latest so far. More to come next week and the week after. Ciao!
THURSDAY- WAR ALL THE TIME ALBUM
This album presents a darker side musically and politically.
CONCERTS-Many songs found on this album reflect
political injustices, heartbreak, and-EVENTS discrimination. "M.
Shepard" is a song written about a real life murder due to homophobia. Other songs like "War all the Time" and "Signal
Over the Airwaves" present an anti-government stance. This can be attributed to the rouge leadership of this country.
Overall, this album gets better with every listen, right Joe? Yeah, it does.