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Name: Steve Amodeo
Gender: Male
Hometown: Fairfax District California 90036
Home country: United States of America
Current location: Palm Springs
Member since: Mon Sep 8, 2014, 01:19 PM
Number of posts: 413

About Me

political comic and social comedian. Music critic

Journal Archives

I changed my vote from Jill Stein to Hillary.

Full disclosure, I am with the ult.left. After a long time of of soul searching I voted for Hillary..
If you want to know why...read my blog...

If you are rock fan? Check out this song called: Going postal

Going Postal: Sometimes a great song comes from personal experience. I am not proud of most my songs I have written. This particular song I am.
Background: It was March of 2002 I tried to work for the U.S Post Office. Now I was one of those people who use to make fun of the Post Office. You ever heard of the expression: Walk a mile in my shoes? To make a really long story short: Being a mail carrier is really, really hard work. I quit right on the spot. The moral of the story: I will never criticize or satirize Postal Workers again.
Lyrics: I tried to convey my 2-week experience with the Post Office in couplets. Of course it was exaggerated fiction.
The sound: The songs I used for influence was Alice Coopers 1971 song: Ballad of Dwight Fly & Ballad of a thin man by Bob Dylan 1965.
This song appears on the 2009 album: Star, spangle, Bummer. Benedict Arnold & the Traitors. Check it out.

A review of a Godzilla flick

A political analyses of a Godzilla flick

A perfect Halloween song!

Not since the Monster mash has been a more suitable song for Halloween

A song about the Los Angeles police department

Police brutality is nothing new in the USA. Now it has hit epidemic portions. This song was written in 1980 and nothing has really changed.
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