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Cogs can think.

I'm a mere, tiny, insignificant cog in a whole clockwork of stupidity.
The little cog that wanted to break free, I am.

I hope they bring back Elvis


Today, 28 years ago, the world lost one of the most famous and influential people in musical history. His death came as a shock, fans crying, girls fainting. For us true music fans, he is the one who made it possible for us to love music in the first place-- "an American music giant of the 20th century who singlehandedly changed the course of music and culture in the mid-1950s."

Today, 28 years ago, Elvis Presley passed away.

But, Elvis lives. Not in the physical world, but in our hearts and minds. The Hillbilly Cat lives.

Now playing: Elvis Presley, "Hound Dog"
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3:22 PM, by Blogger Chris

Naw, he's alive but I haven't seen him ina year or two :)    



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