Monday, February 14, 2011


So I did watch the Grammy Awards last night, although not all of it. My daughter and my wife were more interested in it than I was. I was busy drawing but I caught bits of it as I walked in and out of the office to refill my tea cup.

I did see Florence Welsh taking part in the tribute to Aretha Franklin (along with some other singers) which was great. I thought she did really well and she looked fantastic. But my question is: How come Florence and the Machine didn't perform?

I mean, they let Gwyneth Paltrow sing and dance her bony ass all over Cee Lo Green's piano (She looked so skinny I bet that any of those muppets dancing along could have taken her at least two falls out of three) and they let that eminem kid just go on and on (you know. for a guy named after a candy he sure is an angry man), they let Lady Gaga crawl out of her egg (was it just me or was her "new" tune a little bit familiar? Just like Madonna Lady Gaga doesn't seem to have any trouble expressing herself) but no Florence?

As Popeye said: "I am disgutipated!"

Oh well. We can always watch their videos.

I've been here and there. I've drawn a lot of pictures. I've written a bit, too. I'm not good at this self-promotion thing. Look, you want to know about me? just visit these websites. Okay?


Kal said...

I have me some mad love for Flo. Her dress was fabulous. Really liked the Phoenix design on the back. I didn't watch the Grammy's either but I was happy to see da Beiber lose and to finally hear everyone say what I have been saying for a long time now - Gaga is SO played out. You want to surprise and shock everyone? Stop being a freak for a minute.

Jill said...
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M. D. Jackson said...

I also missed Mick Jagger's performance.

You know when you're a geriatric and you do a Mick Jagger imitation -- the dancing around, the strutting, the pouting -- I feel that it's kind of undignified and you deserve all the mockery that you get.

I just wish Mick felt the same way.

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