The apostrophe police are going to find you one of these days.
.Ah, geez. Lookit what I di'd.
Oh, yes, that was a fabulous album. I love the both of them separately; together they are just divine.
I sampled a few songs today through Rhapsody and just couldn't get into it.I love Krauss's voice, but most of the time her material does nothing for me.On the other hand, I can't get that stupid Katy Perry song "Hot N Cold" out of my head.
Ooh, I hope Brandon wins.
We discussed this today in one of my classes. My teacher doesn't understand how "Led Zeppelin with hair and Wal-Mart bluegrass" can be so appealing together . . . he obviously hasn't heard much of it.
.Walmart bluegr--- I'm not sure I've ever been so offended.Redoubt: Sanderson? Do you know him?
I'm not saying I agreed with his classification. That was a direct quote. And I dunno, maybe it's a generational thing, because all of the students in my class love that particular album. . .
.Oh, I know you didn't say it. It's just such a deliberate slam without any clear meaning. I hate phrasings like that.