Just Another Girl On The IRT

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Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Crazy or not, here she comes

The misunderstanding of Lauryn HillSo what if her wizened sage posturing is about as believable as Ricky Martin actually being straight? So what if her finger pointing about building esteem and getting right from within should have began with herself instead of spitting out litter for a still-married man? So what if the Fleetwood Mac-esque antics between her and Wyclef caused the Fugees to fall off all our radars only to be replaced and more watered down than Gatorade by the insipid Black Eyed Peas?

The fact remains that Lauryn Hill is still that bitch. Ms. Temperamental has had a tough time getting her house in order, but here's hoping that the stars are aligned for the creative cylinders to click once more. I've had my fill of all the crunkafied shit you could fit in a Cadillac trunk and I'm jonesing for some vintage soul searching L-Boogie. Come on home, Lauryn... take off the Lollipop Guild wig and look into the light. We need you more than ever.


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2 Comments:
Blogger Berry commented at 1/17/2006 07:44:00 AM~  

She looks gorgeous...our glamour girl is back.It never ceases to amaze me what a little waxing and tweezing can do.

Anonymous phoenix rising commented at 1/18/2006 12:42:00 PM~  

welcome back...and kudos to the Best Books of 2005! I have yet to read some of the titles, but I will. I also enjoyed The Known World by Edward P. Jones.

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