Bill Withers is a song that reminds me of the foolish choice we as nation would make if we elected Mitt Romney. Mrs Michelle Robinson Obama, Esq., her mom and two beautiful daughters give our president a cool poised balance that has helped get the nation back on its feet since President Barack Obama has taken office.
Bill Withers’ classic “Ain’t No Sunshine” would be the theme of despair with a Mitt “I tied my sick dog to my car” Romney. We look at Mitt, want to like him, then he tells us “[47% of us are human parasites.]“ Not the man of sunshine you want? Then you might do what we are doing as we see the family and business dynamic in the White House and the priorities thereof: VOTE TO RE-ELECT THE PRESIDENT!
menaspeed-carlton speed summary
song title=Ain’t No Sunshine
performer, composer=Bill Withers
mean speed/median expected tempo=784. beates per minute
average beat as quarter note=0.765786 seconds
corresponding frequency as emotion=bittersweet
corresponding frequency as vibration=334.29 Hertz, as situated between the notes 24 % higher than E natural, 329.628 Hertz, 76 % lower than F natural, 349.228 Hertz
Thank you Mr. Chris Voss for the idea of analyzing the speed of this classic tonight:
CHRIS VOSS (@CHRISVOSS)
“Ain’t no sunshine when she’s gone; ain’t no home when she’s away; and she’s always gone too long…” (courtesy Twitter.com)
Ian Andrew Schneider
Family, Company, Business
October 27, 2012 – happy birthday Teddy Roosevelt