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Kurt’s Blog: My Top 3 Grammy Performances & I’m a Sucker for Marketing
Kurt’s Blog: My Top 3 Grammy Performances & I’m a Sucker for Marketing

My Top 3 Performances from the Grammys

3. Taylor Swift

The headbanging was killer.

2. Katy Perry

Yes, I know Macklemore was AWESOME…and this probably wasn’t “better” than Paul & Ringo…but Paul & Ringo didn’t have witches’ brooms as stripper poles.

1. Kendrick Lamar w/ Imagine Dragons

This was incredible….it had everything.

Oh…in terms of pure singing…I thought Pink & Nate singing “Just Give Me a Reason” was a homerun. That was fantastic.

My least favorite performance?

It had to be Beyonce. Her stage show just doesn’t do anything for me…there’s nothing spontaneous about it…and it’s taken way too seriously.

Darn You Marketers

You put Miller Lite in a throw-back can, and I no longer walk around the beer section looking for something new…it’s Miller Lite…case closed

I love this can.

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I Like the Beer…But This is What my Son Likes

Okay, my 3 year old son doesn’t watch Spongebob…but somehow knows all about it…and over the weekend while celebrating my god-daughter’s 1st birthday, there was a pinata…and this fell out of it..

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This is a “Krabby Patty”…and it’s a gummy hamburger. He loves him…I nearly throw up every time. I will NOT be stealing this from him.

This List Described Everything About Me

Buzzfeed had this list of 52 Things Only ’90s Teenagers Would Understand. Abso-freakin-lutely.

AWESOME is as AWESOME does!

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