Tuesday, February 28, 2006
Have you ever thought that you didn't like something and actually convinced yourself not to like it only to be proved wrong?
Case in point: I once said that I did not like Beck (I actually recall using the word hate at one point).....so far today I have listened to three Beck albums (it's only 10:23am).
How and why did I convince myself to believe this? I am very thrown by this revelation. Should I start trying other things I am convinced I don't like?
Here are some other things I am convinced I do not like (which I now feel like I should rethink).
1. Gorillaz...as we all know they are "on notice" and I am almost ashamed to admit that I purchased two of their songs on iTunes last week. Damn you iTunes.
2. American Idol...should this be reconsidered? I enjoy watching the performances but want to have my entrails cut out and burned to keep from having to listen to Paula and her inability to form a solid opinion. And don't get me started on Randy and his stupid "dog pound". Man that was rough, sorry.
Side note: Beck just managed to "rhyme" Old Navy and lady...how did I live without this?
Ok, so those are the only two things I can think of at this moment to reconsider, but I'm sure more will come.
May everyone have a self-revelation today as deep and meaningful as mine.