And then the elections wil be over and I'll be able to walk in the city without being hassled by over-eager flyer-people. Even got into a bit of a discussion with a member of the International Socialists. He asked me what I was thinking of voting next week. I said I was thinking of voting either GroenLinks or D66 (eternal struggle, I fear). His reaction: "Oh God. Just do me a favour and don't vote at all."
People, don't tell me to do or not do something. I'm developing a bit of rebellious nature with politics lately, and when you try and tell me to do something (or not), my innerself only thinks: "Oh yeah? We will see about that!", and I'll end up doing the exact opposite of what you want me to do (or not do). Just to spite you.
Not that I will end up doing the exact opposite of what he wanted me to do (that would be voting PVV, and I'm not THAT rebellious), but I am not feeling very positive towards the SP at the moment.
Which is stupid, I know, but relax SP friendly followers. Still 4 days to go, my inner rebel will have calmed down by then, and if I don't vote SP on wednesday, it won't be because of Mister "If you don't vote for my party, I don't want you to vote at all".
Song: Never Gonna Get It
Artist: En Vogue
Because I wanted to put a "fun" song on my list, to lighten the mood a bit. En Vogue was one of my favourite bands from the nineties. This was the kind of music I listened to when I was a teenager (when I wasn't listening to the Beatles). Of course, Free Your Mind was and is an awesome song, and should at least get an honorary mention. But this song has grown on me more since then. Lyrical wise, FYM is better (IMO), but musical wise, this song is fantastic. I love how their voices sound together, almost accapella like.
I loved the nineties r 'n b Girl Power sound, like En Vogue and TLC, and to some extend Salt 'n Peppa (allthough I place them more in the eighties early-rap category.
- Current Mood: mischievous
- Current Music:Never Gonna Get It - En Vogue