Monday, September 29, 2008
After a weekend spent in Vegas, I'm surprised I have any money at all, but I do have a little, and will send it on to James Blunt in the hopes he feels it is enough. You see, people of earth. James Blunt has offered to never sing in public again, or play for money or record or do anything that causes him to be placed in front of us, the public.
His only condition? He wants to get paid by someone. I can understand that. I mean he worked hard on that one song and thus should be rewarded for the rest of his life because he managed to pen a couple of hundred words and string together 3 minutes of music.
So, after scouring my pockets, and the pockets of a Canadian next to me, I have come up with $8 in combined North American currency. I think this is important because it shows that this is a worldwide effort to eradicate James Blunt from the airwaves of the world. I also think that $8 is probably what his career is worth. I haven't noticed him rushing out a new album, or even an old album. I keep trying to see how he can get another album or something out of his one song. Maybe just a whole album devoted to covers of that one song. There really is nothing left for him to do in life except travel to casinos, play an hour long set, take the cash and some woman he can schmooze for the night and then repeat the process the next day. I think he knows that which is why he made the offer in the first place.