"The doggone law. The consarned law. The lousy, frickin', nit-pickin', noveau-Prussian, freedom-crushin' . . . ." Nice to Be Wanted twangs the sad tale:
Like Sensible Khakis and Take Up the Flame, Nice to Be Wanted comes with a license allowing pretty free non-commercial use. Also like those songs, this one requires commercial licensees to tithe 10% to a good cause—here, the Institute for Justice.
We all owe IJ thanks for its Good Works. I owe IJ a special "thank you," for inspiring the lines in Nice to Be Wanted about the plight of the "charmin' lady down New Orleans' way." Alas, her tale rings all too true. May she—and may we all—win greater freedom to pursue our livelihoods. Go get 'em IJ! (The bit about "pumped his own gas" also draws from a real-world inspiration: just scroll down to Oregon Revised Statute § 480.330.)
I plan at least a few more of these videos, by the way. Subscribe to my channel to catch them all. My efforts remain pretty raw for now, granted; Nice to Be Wanted comes from only the second take of my first visit to a recording studio. Please share your suggestions about how I might improve. (You can skip, "Suck less," though. I'm already working on that, thanks.)
[Crossposted at Agoraphilia and Technology Liberation Front.]