Here is the fourth edition of a letter column which it was first believed would never see the light of day. It had been previously put off for quite some time since your rockin’ writer is pretty much a shy, innocent white boy who tries not to attract too much attention to himself. However, since there are too many e-mails saved in ye olde e-mailbox, (and since AXS requires all its writers to publish a minimum of two pieces on Examiner every month, now seemed like a good time to continue the publication of his much requested column.
In order to answer your assorted inquiries though, both the editors at Examiner and all the readers out there will have to overlook the obviously subjective use of the first person in the remainder of this column. So without further adieu, here then is the latest edition of the mail column humbly labeled “Phoenix’s Manly Mail Sack”:
Someone we will call “Mister Money” asked:
“Why were you talking about putting women on money on Facebook?”
Dear “Mister Money”,
Thanks for not asking me about my sex life and sexual preferences. Having said that though, I have to admit your question puzzles me. I was just making a comment on a current event.
Still to bring this column back to music, I will say I have heard rumors that the overly-P.C. crowd is also pushing to put musicians on money now too. I hear the first performer to be on a new bill will be Elvis Presley. In order to commemorate the event they are naming the entire series of musicians on bills as Love Me Tender.
Yeah. I said it. I said it twice before and I don’t think anyone got the joke.
So dear readers,there you have it. You asked for it and you got it. My name is Phoenix and . . . you’ve got my number.