November 21, 2005

"If you don't like my attitude, then you can F-off...."

"Just go to Texas, isn't that where they golf?"

Don't you love Madonna's new "Confessions on a Dance Floor"?

20 comments:

TexasToast said...

Whats not to like about your attitude? I hate golf. But I'm perfectly willing to F-off.

Can we agree to disagree?

Push your point!

APF said...

I kinda sorta like the album as dance music but the lyrics tend to be completely absurd and vapid IMO...

According to Jenna said...

Vapid music. Great attitude.

-Sky

richard mcenroe said...

She moved to England to get away from golfers.

Right....

Eli Blake said...

Hey, that's exactly the same thing that the Vice President of the United States told a United States Senator on the floor of the Senate.

So why is it a big deal when Madonna says it?

MJ said...

OSM has died, resurrecting as Pajamas Media....

They're blaming the 'men in suits' (actually a direct quote) :-D

vbspurs said...

She moved to England to get away from golfers.

Wait until the golfers start riotting.

Cheers,
Victoria

vbspurs said...

Don't you love Madonna's new "Confessions on a Dance Floor"?

Dale con el meme de la Madonna, sheesh.

Ann, your Madonna obsession needs some squism to juice it up.

Cheers,
Victoria

tiggeril said...

Ann, your Madonna obsession needs some squism to juice it up.

Harlot!

Matt Brown said...

apf: This is the NEW Madonna, don't you realize? She's all spiritually and Kabbalah-ish, so nothing she does is absurd or vapid (anymore). It all means SOMETHING - I just can't figure out what.

ginabina said...

Wait....Isn't that the title of her newest children's book?

Aloha,
ginabina
www.momisright.blogspot.com

Goesh said...

- Her Jewish mysticism has given her many insights. She probably even forsaw the demise of OSM but remained aloof and out of the mundane

JBlog said...
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JBlog said...

"Don't you love Madonna's new 'Confessions on a Dance Floor'?"

Um...no.

dick said...

JBlog,

I agree with you completely!!

Tom said...

Actually, this album isn't all Kaballah and mysticism, which is why it's so great. She's abandoned all of her attempts at intellectualism that dragged down her past few albums and kicked out an album that's simply supposed to be danced to, and nothing more. And nobody does that better than Madonna. So here, here, old girl. Shake your booty. Vogue, and all that.

By the way, to put Madonna into interesting perspective, there are college graduates alive today who don't know a world without Madonna (no, I don't work at Ripon).

mrbungle2103 said...

Absolutely horrible. Now I'm not the music police, but I draw a line at this kind of naff - especially from someone who shagged their way to the top.

Wade_Garrett said...

Mr. Bungle: She shagged her way to the top? On what grounds? Go to any party with dancing thrown by women between the ages of 20 and 35 and you'll find Madonna on the stereo. Just about everybody in the law school has her mid-late 80s stuff on their computers, trust me.

I think her new single, Hung Up, is really catchy. Better yet, its music video reminds me of an old-school MTV video, with choreography, breakdancing, and even a combat-style dance-off in a subway car. I loved every minute of it! I was surprised to hear Madonna sampling Abba, by way of the A-Teens, but I'll get over it.

chuck b. said...

I haven't bought it yet, but now that the price for "used" on amazon has come down to $7.77, I might.

For some reason (maybe because I'm lame) I'm very curious why it's called Confessions *ON A* Dancefloor, and not Confessions *FROM THE* Dancefloor.

richard mcenroe said...

What's she going to do when all those drunken Birmingham golf hooligans start rioting and beating up foreigners outside her house?as