Hot Pictures of Britney’s Beaver, Plus Club Penguin Secrets and Winning 10G Free WordPress Space

NEW UPDATE: OVER 2,600 VISITORS TO THIS PAGE!!! OH, THE DEPRAVITY OF IT ALL….
UPDATE: NEARLY 1,000 VISITORS HAVE COME TO VISIT THESE HOT PICS OF BRITNEY’S BEAVER, PLUS THE CLUB PENGUIN SECRETS AND WINNING WORDPRESS FREE 10G SPACE!!!
INVENTIVELY CREATIVE POST-MODERN DECONSTRUCTION, AN ANALOGY REGARDING THE MATTER OF HOW WE THINK: BRITNEY SPEARS’ CROTCH, BRITNEY’S CROTCH, CROCH, CROCHET, CROQUET, FLAMBER (Flambé), FLAMEFISH, CODPIECE, FOOD, COD, MACKERAL, FISH, FISH IN TROUBLED WATERS, SMELLS FISHY, CROCH, BACK TO THE CROTCH, BRITNEY SPEARS’ CROTCH, BRITNEY’S CROTCH, SHALL I ADD BRITNEY’S CROTCH MANIA, CROTCH MANIA IN GENERAL AND ET CETERA.

10 GIGS OF FREE HOT AIR SPACE!

CLUB PENGUIN SECRET: LOGO OF THE SECRET PENGUIN WINTER TRIATHALON CLUB

BRITNEY’S CURRENT PET BEAVER

BRITNEY’S OTHER NEW PET BEAVER: JUSTIN BEAVER (TOO EMBARRASSED TO SHOW HIS LITTLE CROTCH)

BRITNEY’S OLD PET BEAVER: KEVIN BEAVER PERFORMING HIS SPECIAL XXX-RATED PRIVATE ARMPIT SHOW

(ON HIS PAY-PER-VIEW SITE…NOT A VERY PRETTY SIGHT!)

A BIT OF DARK HUMOR

Okay, so this posting is a joke, to an extent. Well, let’s just say that it’s partly truth and partly fiction. I made up this post for the sake of an argument, i. e. in order to point out the utter banality of some of the posts that have consistently been listed by WordPress as within the “Top-10 Posts” written, as compared to all of the postings published each day on the 500,000+ WordPress blogs. So my own title here included the titles of those “so-called Top-10 Posts.” Accordingly, in just one little title, I’ve served up: WordPress, WordPress Free Space, WordPress 10G Free Space, Club Penguin Secrets and Britney’s Beaver Pics (I just couldn’t lower myself to use the uber-popular “Britney’s Crotch Pictures” title, or the even more ludicrous “Britney Spears Crotch Mania”). Too late, I realized that I had overlooked another perennial “Top-10 Post”: Mary Kay (as in cosmentics). So instead of just a winning Trifecta, I actually could have had an absolutely astonishing Quadruple Winner. Here’s what my overlooked Quadruplar Winning Title could have been: How Mary Kay Won The WordPress 10G Free Space: With Club Penguin Secrets and Britney’s Crotch Pictures!

Who could resist clicking on that one? Certainly not me…. Why don’t all of you click, click, click, click…this post all the way up to THE VERY TOP of that fabulous WordPress List, just to substantiate or produce proof of, well, whatever or anything you want! Your very own anonymous sign of protest about something or anything in the world that you’re opposing right now!!

My own protest here has to do with the matter of how we think. Or don’t.

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Patricia Barber: Chicago’s Jazz Chanteuse

With voice, words, and piano, Patricia Barber delivers both intelligence and a sense of composure.  It’s hard to describe Barber’s music: someone has suggested that Diana Krall meets Joni Mitchell comes close.  She is a singular jazz singer and pianist, but for the last few years it is her songwriting that has been attracting big attention.  In concert, she confides by whispering a song of sweet nothings into the listener’s ear, then surprises with a rock-edged and trashy song about a one-night stand.  She comes across more street-smart than book-smart.

For close to fifteen years, the Chicago-based singer/pianist has led her own band, toured tirelessly and is now, in every sense of the word, a success.  She has recorded a series of utterly original and critically acclaimed albums, including the highly successful Live: A Fortnight in France.  Although the album was made during her band’s tour of France, Barber describes the songs in this album as derived from her ongoing performances at the Green Mill Lounge in the very gritty Uptown neighborhood of Chicago.

CHICAGO’S GREEN MILL LOUNGE

PATRICIA BARBER: GOTCHA’ (FROM LIVE: A FORTNIGHT IN PARIS)

In 2003, Barber received a Gugenheim Fellowship, the first popular songwriter to have received that award.  The Gugenheim provided her with the financial support and time to write a jazz song cycle.  The result is perhaps the most accessible music of her career.  This eleven-song cycle is entitled Mythologies and is based upon The Metamorphoses of Ovid, the centuries-old classic of Western literature, filled with gods, mortals and apparently, humor.  Selections from the new album are presented here:

PATRICIA BARBER: SONGS FROM MYTHOLOGIES

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