Kiss : Hard Luck Woman
On November 11, 1976 Kiss released their fifth studio album, a barely thirty minute long collection of tunes called Rock and Roll Over. The most interesting track is probably the single "Hard Luck Woman", which many radio listeners likely guessed to be a Rod Stewart song. Nope! Paul Stanley wrote it and the drummer, Peter Criss, sang that bad boy all the way to US #15.
And speaking of hard luck women! I feel bad for Hillary Clinton, who showed, in a concession speech, that very human side she always kept hidden from the public. And I feel bad for my country, my daughter, my friends and myself.
But I also feel bad for Donald Trump.
I don't think he really wants the job. He just wanted to win the ultimate reality show, the Presidential election. And he didn't play to make friends. He played to win, even if it meant coming across as a villain.
So what has he won?
I've written this open letter to spell it out:
Dear President Elect Donald Trump;
But let's face it! You're a winner. You won the ultimate reality show game! The Presidential election. You have made history, champ.
And as a reward, for the next four years you are a public servant. A Servant to the public! You work for me, buddy. And not just for me but for all the hotel maids, bus boys, doormen, cab drivers, sanitation workers, secretaries, bus drivers, fast food servers, and construction workers in the US.
This is the part where you have to let out a chuckle. I mean it's funny, isn't it? You're this big shot billionaire and you traded a cushy retirement to become a servant.
Well, you better get it right, Bud.