My idea of “roughing it” is three people sharing a condo with only one full bath. So when I heard that Adam Lambert was at “Burning Man”, I began to imagine the community showers, blazing heat and sand storms.
It’s not my idea of “Utopia” but many describe “Burning Man” as a life changing experience. Besides, if it were actually “Utopia” it could sustain itself for much longer than a week.
Although running into “His Royal Hotness” in the community shower…? Give me a minute to change my panties. LOL
I also know that we wouldn’t have the Adam we have today if not for an epiphany he had a few years back at “Burning Man”.
Of course when Adam was home from “Burning Man” he took to Twitter to tell us. It is interesting and really inspiring how Adam uses Twitter (@adamlambert). He rarely tells us what he is going to do, but tells us what he has already done. Once he made the mistake of Tweeting a picture of his lunch and a sleuthy Glambert figured out he was in a specific concourse at LAX where international flights take off. Then they tried to figure out by the flight schedule where he may be going. His Tweets are used to spread love and light and of course to promote almost anyone other than himself.
Most recently he pimped “The Canyons”, a band with one of his good friends, Alisan Porter. But the fans’ favorite is when he decides to throw an impromptu “Twitter Party”. Adam takes questions from fans and he picks some to answer, all using Twitter. Truth be told, we rarely learn anything new. But it is so exciting when Adam shares himself this way. It shows how much he loves his “Glamily”.
Then there is Neil Lambert, Adam’s younger brother. When I checked Twitter this morning, I saw that Neil (@negativeneil) was having a little “Twitter Party” of his own watching the Republican candidate’s debate. Now, even though Neil and I have political differences, I usually enjoy Neil’s brand of snark. He is very intelligent and very funny, but what a contrast from Adam’s message of love, acceptance, and generosity.
It is one thing to joke about a candidate’s tie or hair, or something they have said or done, but it crosses a line to say that being a Mormon is equal to being crazy, making fun of Ron Paul and Nancy Reagan (is she a candidate?) for their age, and saying Newt looks like a fat middle school kid. Neil, maybe you are the kid in middle school who was too chicken to just beat the crap out someone, so you call people names and make fun of them behind their backs amongst your friends. Then you end the “party” by saying you “hate” some of the candidates all the while being cheered on by your father, Eber Lambert (@Milestougeaux).
In other words, you Neil are a “BULLY”.