On Jamiroquai Moves Plus Instant Pain and Suffering
There are many reasons why I should not have done what I just did. A few are, in no particular order. . .
a) I have been a powerlifter most of my life. I am very strong but not terribly graceful. I am actually about as graceful as a rhinoceros falling off of a cliff.
b) Being into powerlifting and bodybuilding most of my life means that I am sort of a big guy. (see the small pic under my bio)
c) I have a back that is wrecked with several injuries. These have occurred over the years through lifting, sport, and a certain job that I held for a while. I am also getting on in age at 36.
So, what is it that I did that I should not have done?
I busted a move!
I am doing research right now for a book that I am working on. Sitting here at the computer can get a bit tedious and sometimes effects the part of my brain that controls rational thought. As this part of my brain was already compromised I should have known better than to put on the web radio station that mixes smooth jazz with trance beats.
A pretty cool song came on and I just started feeling it. Being led by the irrational portion of my brain, I recalled seeing Jamiroquai perform on Jonathan Ross’ show recently. I remembered those smooth moves that Jay Kay always works into his performance.
So out of nowhere I get my oafish, powerlifting, never dance butt up out of my chair and try to emulate Jay Kay. Oh My!
With any luck this damn spasm will subside shortly and I can go back to researching my book.
I have changed the station just in case! Oy, the pain!