A whole lotta shakin' going on Broadway, apparently as yet another theater reviewer comments positively on Taylor Hicks' Big New York Adventure. In this article, the writer draws an Elvis comparison. It's that glitter suit, man.
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(Make sure y'all click the links, it's necessary to our story today...)
Not everyone agrees that Taylor Hicks in a Broadway musical such a kewl idea. On the mfoyaorphans site, Keepin' it Real, they continue their satirically driven Taylor Hicks' career coverage. Balancing it out, sitting on the other side of the fan rail, the fans who may deem it verging on blasphemy that anyone offer any opinions on the direction he take in his career. Yep, they just want that you stop that "Woulda, Shoulda, Coulda" mentality right now and shut the hell up.
What do I know? Man, I'm one of those morons that, if I'd actually purchased something a friend wanted, allegedly for that friend, I'd just give it to them.
I am that stupid.
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Certainly within the Taylor Hicks' Fan Camp there are many who love to spend hours trying to anticipate his thoughts, ideas, lifestyle. Unless you're psychically gifted - no not psychotically gifted - that may be the only option, since Mr. Hicks is not going to vlog his way into our hearts like Jason Castro which in some ways is too bad. I love Castro's open minded and honest approach to the fans and the world in general. To find a happy medium in the Taylor Hicks' communication world would be a welcome change. ('medium', as in middle ground, not as in a happy psychic.) Yes, I too am guilty of the "Woulda, Shoulda, Coulda" game.
Regarding seeing some mind-altering, verging on psychic Taylor Hicks' news capabilities, there is one site seemingly privy to the "inside" information. This individual has been "Johnny on the Spot" when it comes to Taylor Hicks photographs and now audio. From the mouth of Taylor to the ears of fans, this inside sound scoop was presented today by TaysHarmonica. Don't know the where and the when this audio was recorded but it sounds very clear, studio quality. There are background noise as if it was a club performance, but that could have been layered in by a mixer... So tell me, which one of the Taylor Hicks associates are they? Reminds me just a little of that Ray and Lamont Goldfish web site. Loved how they were always spreading the word about their "Daddy".
Touching one more time on the Modern Whomp site that came into being mid-month, mystery solved as anyone following Mr. Hicks' should know by now. Man, I was hoping it would turn into some kind of obtuse and intriguing trading recipes and Hicks site, but instead clicks to the Hicks' information deficit "Myspazz" site. I sent in my contribution but it was never posted, so I'll share this with you in the event y'all are out doing some grilling today.
(Pre-wash well. d'oh)
2 zucchini, cut into 2" chunks
2 yellow squash, cut into 2" chunks
8 ounces fresh whole mushrooms (That's about 2 pkgs.)
2 red and green bell peppers, cut into 2" chunks (Orange or yellow nice color variances.)
2 medium red onions, cut into wedges (or one large juicy one)
2 ears sweet corn, cut into 2" chunks
16 whole cherry tomatoes
8 ounces teriyaki sauce
1 ounce Soy Sauce
1 ounce Yoshida's if ya have it.
Wash vegetables except mushrooms. Brush mushrooms clean. (Yes, dirt left on the fungi is not appetizing...) Prepare vegetables according to recipe. Cook corn in boiling water for about 10 minutes. Toss vegetables in teriyaki sauce. Thread vegetables onto skewers. Place on grill over medium-hot heat. Baste occasionally with teriyaki/soy/Yoshida's sauce. Grill 20 minutes or until tender.
Optional, but for those times you might want a lil' something sweet, add chunks of fresh pineapple. It's rather Hawaiian - ish... (I highly recommend the pineapple.)
If you must have meat, big prawns go very well with this combination.
Go on, light that fire and happy grilling, happy Sunday.