It’s kind of catchy.
Got turned onto this.
— Daniel Wallace (@danwallace70) September 26, 2018
That’s not Weird Al singing and that’s not Weezer playing, by the way: they’re lip-syncing to the actual song. Also: the set is derived from Weezer’s Undone – The Sweater Song, for we are deep in the land of the Meta-Joke. As one might expect from a project that involves both Weezer, and Weird Al.
Still: not bad.
I’m gonna just say it.
Weird Al Joined Weezer on Stage to Play Toto’s “Africa” https://t.co/ePxyomud9K
— Ogiel (Moe Lane) (@Ogiel23) August 10, 2018
The live Weezer cover was not that great, until Weird Al showed up. Then it became great. I’m sorry to say that, but in your heart you know it’s true.
I do not believe that Hillary Clinton actually believes this, but I do believe that she believes that she needs to act like she believes this. Continue reading Hillary Clinton shows the anti-Bush Left the Hawaiian Good-Luck Symbol.
Ah, As The Worm Turns.
Jay Carney also announced that George W. Bush will join President Obama at the wreath-laying event Tuesday morning at the site of the embassy bombings. He did not provide many details, but said he did not expect the two presidents to make any remarks at the event.
Care to guess why suddenly Obama can’t wait to be seen with George W Bush? Well… (H/T Andrew Malcolm) Continue reading Barack Obama to bask a little in George W Bush’s reflected African glory.
Mr. Bush, who made fighting AIDS in Africa a top goal of his administration, will take a trip there — his third since leaving office — as part of a program to combat cervical cancer. He will leave late next week for Zambia, where he will help refurbish a clinic, and then head to Tanzania, where his wife, Laura Bush, is organizing a forum for African first ladies.
Mr. Bush will overlap briefly on July 2 with Mr. Obama in Tanzania, the last stop on the current president’s itinerary after Senegal and South Africa. There are no plans for the two to see each other, but Michelle Obama has agreed to attend the first ladies’ forum with Mrs. Bush in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania’s largest city, to promote women’s education, health and economic empowerment.
One is nice, one is… not so nice. Continue reading George W Bush to visit Africa again! …And, oh, yeah: so will Barack Obama.
Three hundred years from now, scholars of Christianity will probably refer to this time period as the African Century. Very interesting, the way that the African churches are spreading, and reacting to developments in America and Europe…