Thursday, October 26, 2006
Oh well, at least I finally have one of my favorite comedies, ROBIN HOOD: Men In Tights on DVD now! Plus, I also got the third season of my favorite sitcom, Wings, and my man Al's new album, 'Straight Outta Lynwood'.
Wednesday, October 25, 2006
We're right there with you, Michael!
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Tuesday, October 24, 2006
No problem will ever be solved through ignorance.
Saturday, October 21, 2006
Wednesday, October 18, 2006
But then it suddenly dawned on me that in this case, "pussy" was actually referring to something being full of pus.
The moral here: I suppose it's true what my friends often say... my mind is always in the gutter.
Monday, October 16, 2006
Enter John. Although it was a bit odd seeing him sacfrifice his headline for someone else and go for a slightly shorter set list, he was still his usual entertaining self. The only complaint I had was that the bass seemed to get lost somewhere in the mix. This was especially unfortunate due to the fact that much of his newer material has some killer bass hooks. But still, I fully enjoyed seeing John live for the fifth time.
John's set list:
- Good Love Is On The Way
- Why Georgia
- Slow Dancing In A Burning Room
- Bigger Than My Body
- I Don't Trust Myself (With Loving You)
- Waiting On The World To Change
- No Such Thing
Although I've been a longtime fan of Sheryl Crow's, I still had yet to see her perform live. So there was no doubt I would also enjoy her set... And I very very did! She played a lot of her great stuff, as well as some newer songs I hadn't heard yet but forced myself to remember so I could download the tracks online. I recommend seeing her if you ever get the chance. She puts on a great show!
All in all, it was a great night! One more fantastic concert to chalk up in my memory bank. The funny thing is, I have gone alone to three of my last four concerts. Perhaps soon I'll find some people who care to join me in my ongoing quest for more concert experience...
Sunday, October 15, 2006
In these past two months, without my social aorta, life has been quite the carnival ride. Many ups and downs. Twisted perspectives, jerky stops and flip-arounds. The company of unfamiliar people. The loss of familiar ones. Music continuously pumping somewhere in the background of life. The temporary loss of control. Random laughter and screaming. A few corndogs and some occassional vomiting.
I think it's about time for me to experience a different ride.
I am 27 now, and I can't help noticing some changes in the way I think. Good changes. I have reached some decisions that for one reason or another had previously eluded me. Some of them have already been put into effect. Others will merge themselves into reality very soon. I am being vague about this, I know. But for those of you who may be curious to know the specifics, there will be plenty of time for me to explain later... just be patient. All I will say at this point is that for the first time, I feel in control. I know what needs to be done, and how to do it. Perhaps motivation has finally found its path to me. My dark clouds are finally beginning to dissipate.
Tomorrow's forecast: Warm and bright, with a 90% chance of clarity.