"crack emcee killed new age"I wish - really - but, still, that's a cool statement on the effect TMR's having out there. (It's not some massive influence on the culture but, as the e-mails I get testify, on individuals, it can be significant.) There's also an outstanding East Coast blog going full-bore against the NXIVM cult - Saratoga In Decline - that's work is so close to what TMR's been doing that someone snarkily used a blurb from TMR (since removed) as praise for Saratoga In Decline. Needless to say, I'm honored - and applaud Saratoga In Decline for their efforts:
Keep up the good work - The Crack Emcee's got your back.
And finally, I'd be remiss if I didn't mention whoever's on Craig's List repeatedly declaring TMR as "the most important blog in America".
So why aren't I here 24-7, like in the old days? Well, because I've got enough in donations (!) to finally go back in the studio and prepare my first recording in a long, long time. (I'll be mastering some tracks this Sunday, and then getting to work on a decent internet presence for them after that, so, for a little while longer, there might be a bit of a lag for my posts. Sorry.)
This first release won't be my much-promised conservative manifesto, but some left-over tracks from previous efforts - kind of a b-sides collection - but, still, a decent start to the next phase of my long-floundering music career.
And what better time could there be for it? Almost all of the topics TMR champions are becoming apparent to the general public now - including the left-wing Nazi thing - why, even my favorite president, George W. Bush, is receiving his much-deserved reassessment, so I must be doing something right.
Or seeing something right.
I know most liberals hate me - because they never let me forget it - and that's a good thing.
Now if only the spotlight - and the public - would finally turn on Oprah,...or, at least, turn her off.
Either would suit me just fine.