Something to do with all of that sugar

Did you know? ?My favorite band in the whole wide world is playing at the Moore Theater in Seattle on December 31st. ?Here in Seattle. ?On December 31st. ?Cake, my favorite band in the whole wide world is playing in Seattle at the Moore Theater. ?December 31st. ?Tickets are on sale now.

That is pretty much what the trusty husband has heard everyday since I found out that Cake is playing at the Moore Theater in Seattle on December 31st. ?Did you know? ?They are my favorite band in the whole world. ?Cake. ?At the Moore Theater. ?December 31st. ?Show isn’t sold out yet.

This post really isn’t about my favorite band in the whole wide world (that is playing at the Moore Theater on December 31st). ?It’s more about what they wrote on Twitter yesterday. ?There was simply a link to their Facebook page. ?One entry in particular.

At the current moment I don’t have anything to say on the matter. ?Not the post itself, but some of the asshat comments. ?It just amuses me that people can take so many things out of context. ?Or make such a big deal out of nothing. ?OR change something so simple and make it a giant political shitstorm.

So, given the comments in Cake’s post, what do you have to say about it. ?Glove are off this time. ?Be honest. ?I won’t delete or censor. ?I know you’ll be up in a candy induced sugar high. ?Have fun!

And remember, Cake is playing at the Moore Theater in Seattle on December 31st. ?They’re my favorite band in the whole wide world and they are playing on December 31st at the Moore Theater… in Seattle.

6 Comment

  1. 1st. There is no obligation for God to answer any prayers. Prayers are the act of positive thinking for me. I never really understand that “I am praying for you” comment.

    2nd. There are starving people everywhere, here is the US since the recession poverty has significantly increased and hunger has increased. I donate to the food shelter and have a bag in the pantry right now to bring over. Kids can’t learn if they are hungry.

    anyway, socialism? How did that even come into the mix over there? People don’t even understand what it is!

  2. reeciebird says: Reply

    I agree that:

    Most people have not had an education in political science.

    What God or other deities do or do not do is their own business.

    We are responsible for changing the world, locally, nationally and globally.

    Why don’t people with millions of dollars just feed everybody? I guess Bill Gates is trying.

    Empowering, educating, improving women is the key to positive change. Men don’t do s***. Women’s rights are human rights and you can’t put one into effect without the other.

    It’s an awesome bumper sticker.

  3. reeciebird says: Reply

    And I love this post.

  4. Jenni says: Reply

    First of all, I love Cake too – both the dessert and the band.

    Secondly, I love that post. I always find it strange when people pray to win a game or get a good grade on a test. It just seems that God would have more important things to do.

    But then, I’m a heathen. What do I know? 😉

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