I maintain that my parody poem is still hilarious, however.
Anyway, he's not entirely useless. He's done some good things with rhythm and rhyme. I'd just prefer it if he were doing that stuff in the pursuit of some sort of meaning.
Soooooo Company was on PBS Wednesday. \o/ Sondheim musical, yay! I'd never seen it before and was sort of expecting something more blah and shrill, but I was waaaay wrong. Very funny, very clever lyrics and music of course, and I was surprised at the candor about homosexual relationships. I mean, the womanizing main character admits to having had a homosexual encounter as an adult. I'm not sure how I feel about the resolution of the scene with the tension between the two guys, but overall it was okay. And I love the crazy manic girl: Amy, I think is her name. Cool.
Then I got bored...
Do you like musicals?
Do you like modern/postmodern/abstract art?
Marty Landau or James Dean?
Recommend a book, movie, tv show, etc. to me. Give me something you loooooove.