After drinking way too many beers and returning home from The EARL at 1am I am struggling to get motivated.
Boy That Sounds Familiar
If you remember 1995 and listened to 99x back then you were probably at last night’s Meat Puppets show (unless of course you are Terri who had months to find a substitute teacher and blew me off. :P).
If some of the songs sounded more familiar than you expected them to, you might own the Meat Puppets latest CD and didn’t realize it. That is my affliction. While perusing my iTunes library this morning I discovered that I actually own their latest cd.
The Meat Puppets put on an energy-filled show to a mostly-filled room. The crowd seemed older than most crowds which frequent The EARL and oddly the room also seemed less smoky. The only song that the band seemed lackluster on was their biggest hit from back-in-the-day “Backwater”, which they played as their final song.
ITP Flickr Pic
This is another shot from the walkabout I did the other day.
This is located behind Amsterdam Outlets in midtown. I tried to get the railroad crossing “X” to be within the windmill’s “X”.
Will Thirteen Be An Unlucky Number?
The other day I became a pseudo-season ticket holder for the Atlanta Thrashers. I wound up getting a single ticket for their “All-Star 13 Game” package.
I have always wanted to be a real season ticket holder, but the cost of hockey games is way to high for me, not to mention the additional costs associated with games (read “beer money”).
And now for some ideas stolen from LiveJournal…
Current Mood – I’m not at liberty to divulge this information
Current Music – Listening to the Daily Giz Wiz podcast
Website Of The Day – Need to put up a chalkboard anywhere you have a blank wall? Check out Wallies.
Exercise (b)Log – walking, 2.5 miles
Monthly Mileage – 6.5 miles
Mode Of Transportation To Work – My car
1) Get my first Ruby / Ruby on Rails program written
2) Lose 5 pounds (if at first, second, third, fourth, you don’t succeed….)
3) Take now fewer than three photos a day
4) Listen to (and review) one CD a day in September