The change of plans have been changed part 1

Just when you thought it was safe to make plans, a group of rogue llamas, uh things happens and the next thing you know life is buzzing like a bee in a beehive except that in a beehive, all the movements and buzzing are GPS coordinates of where the Good Stuff is located. For me, it’s like being in a beehive and the only thing that I speak is whale. “Caaaaaaaaaaaannnnnnnn, soooooooooooooommmmmmmmmmmmeeeeeeeeeeeeeooooooooonnnneeeeee heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelllllllllllllppppppp meeeeeee?”

(oooo, kril)

So there I am sitting in my Platelet donation throne giving my monthly dose of Terry Juice ™ when one of the Technician (I’m not sure if Bodily Fluid Extractor Technician would be appropriate, I think that is reserved for prostitutes filing their 1040ez) saw that I was watching VH-1 and the song for Right Here, Right Now by Jesus Jones came on and she made the comment “Hey, you like him.”

“Really? Thanks,” was my reply all the while thinking, “Now that’s someone I’ve never be compared to before.”

Jesus Jones

Jesus Jones in video Right Here Right Now 1991

 

Of course in trying to find a picture (i.e. PrintScreen off a video of Right Here, Right Now) that might have some similarities, I discovered that Jesus Jones is alive and kicking, I mean, they have a Facebook page! And I did learn that Jesus Jones is much like Hootie and the Blowfish  in that, the person in the picture is not Jesus Jones (Old School Darius Rucker, “I’m NOT Hootie”) but rather Mike Edwards.

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About planet3rry

Marathoner, A Terry of all trades
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2 Responses to The change of plans have been changed part 1

  1. Susan says:

    The blood sucker was right!

  2. planet3rry says:

    I tried to catch a shot of him when we looked similar. I’m not sure that my hair was ever that long all the way around… close but not quite that long.

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