All the Euros in the crowd say 'what, what.' Don't be shy now. I know for a fact I have a lot of Euro readers.
If you're intent on pressing me for a definition [especially you, category-enamored folk], then all the authentic Euro and Europe-influenced/informed/educated/experienced folk say 'what, what.'
I'm sure the pool became significantly larger now.
All the Euros in the crowd who love Formula 1 say 'what, what.'
All the Euros in the crowd who are friggin' excited that Michael Schumacher is reentering the sport, raise the roof. Woof, woof, woof!
Another woof for me. I'm uber excited Schumacher's back as he used to be the very making of the sport, in my humble opinion, at least. And he focuses like a very small, blessed few. But I digress.
Now, all the Euros who know what the official Formula 1 song for 2009 is, say 'what, what.'
Those of you who know who the performer is, follow suit.
I can't say I can say 'what, what' to the last two and as much as I love music and follow it nigh maniacally, I didn't know about the new official song to Formula 1 called This Is Your Day performed by Albanian-born Alban Skenderaj. Granted, the fact that the sound is not entirely aligned with my own musical sensitivities might have something to do with it.
Still, I'm happy to have heard about it.
Ergo, tip of the hat to Giuditta Dante for the pointer.
And another tip of the hat goes to Alban Skenderaj who even though he's channeling too much alternative rock a-la-Nickeback, is one impressive guy.
Ah, and aesthetically, those of you who ask me what I think an Indie guy a-la-2009 looks like, refer to Alban on the stadium stairs.
And, for your viewing pleasure, here is the song: