Wednesday, March 16, 2005


Yesterday, while going out for lunch with a friend, I had the opportunity to demonstrate my satellite radio system that has been a fixture in my life for over two years. By paying a low monthly fee (much less than my previous CD budget), one can choose between over 100 digital-quality streams of music, talk, sports and news - uncensored and uninterrupted by commercials. It's a music-loving commuter's dream.

As I do with all my guests, I handed my friend, a soft-spoken, polite, church-going type, the Sirius program guide and offered to change the music to whatever stream he desired. He indicated a love of hip-hop, gospel and jazz. While he was figuring out the channel numbers for the latter two, I gladly hit my preset button to Hip Hop Nation.

The track that was playing ?

Fat Joe's "F**k 50". (Audio: RealOne)

A piece where one cannot discern the true lyrics from all the swearing.


Needless to say, the channel was changed very quickly to something more appropriate for the company. :)


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