what a fantastic song. jason martin never ceases to amaze me. with a capital z. i know this is starflyer’s oldest album, but it resonates so clearly. if you haven’t heard starflyer’s cover of sin for a season you definately need to. get on kazaa and download it right now. now. i mean that song takes me back to the winter of 1999 (and that was a long time ago). i like when you hear a song and are instantly transported into another place and another time. i can still see myself in my light-green long-sleeved long john shirt bouncing away to this song before work on a december morning back when we were all scared of the y2k bug and all; the dufus who caused all that ruckus. capital r. remember how large corporations were spending millions to have their computer data bases recoded just to fix that “dern” little thing that never made the havoc they said it would? all for some foolishness. a lot of us bought into it though – we had stockpiled gallons and gallons of water in our garage and stocked the freezer. they were telling us the power would be out for weeks, maybe months; it was insane.
did you know there is at least 33 years worth of oil in alaska that we cannot touch because of the envirionmental groups? that would lessen prices and weaken our dependance on foreign oil while we built up hydrogen transportation – so when you have to pay $1.749 a gallon thank your local envirionmenalist. and the democrats for pandering to them.