I don’t know much about Taylor Swift at all. I know that a lot of the songs she writes and sings are about old boyfriends or people in her life and it’s all very personal. I don’t care—its fine with me. If that’s what the masses want to hear, let them hear it.
I also don’t care if celebrities like to poke fun of Taylor. I mean, she put herself out there. I’m assuming she has a sense of humor about it.
What I do know about Taylor is she’s a bit of a sellout. Maybe that’s unfair but this holiday season when I’d go into the Walgreens here on Madison Avenue in Covington; I got tired of seeing that life-size cutout of Taylor in the store and them promoting her CDs, posters, notebooks, book bags, sausage patties and prescription drugs (I’m making some of this up). You could even here her voice over the Walgreens intercom system. It was too much.
If you’re a true artist, I don’t think you sell your name to a company like Walgreens. That’s just my take and it’s my blog. So there.
We haven’t done a Saturday post in a long time. We won’t tomorrow either. See you on Sunday.
(Image from tumber.com)