Slack Motherf*cker


Not My Cup Of Tea
I went to the Hertz Stage last night and kindly left at the intermission.

Let’s just say that “The C.A. Lyons Project”, while extremely well-performed, wasn’t for me. One thing that did fascinate me about the play was that it contained a deaf character who only “spoke” in sign language. There was also a group of deaf audience members, and to sign-language interpreters seated off to the side in a location that they could see and still watch the play.

Because I left early I was home before 9:30pm where I promptly snuggled under warm blankets and was asleep around 10:30pm.

ITP Flickr Pic
“Sixty Cycle Hum” (Atlanta, GA)
Sixty Cycle Hum
The sixty-cycle hum, also known as “hertz”, as captured by an iPhone 5c of nearly the same color. This photo is part of the Hertz Stage’s neon sign. I suppose I could have titled this as “Hertz At Hertz”. Had I a photo of a Hertz Rental Car in the photo as well I would have completed the trifecta.

No Slacking This Weekend
Though the weather is looking less than ideal I will be out and about much of this weekend. ITP-Readers Steve and Debbie, again I apologize for not making down to Moreland. In addition to working I will be attending a play at Theatrical Outfit on Saturday night. On Sunday I’ll be dim sum brunching for Chinese New Years and, weather permitting, attending a Chinese New Year celebration at my friend’s grocery store on Buford Highway.

No rest for the weary…

Paulie [eatl/ga]

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4 Responses to Slack Motherf*cker

  1. Barb says:

    We didn’t do much last night, besides cooking dinner. Decided to bake the pork chops (when we would usually grill them) due to the very cold air, and Allan’s refusal to wear long pants.

    Not sure what we are doing this weekend besides heading to Moreland to help out Saturday morning.

    Steve (& Debbie) – let me know if you are coming up this way tonight, or if I’m jut going to wait for Allan to get home & head down in the morning. He loaded the dolly and hand truck up in the CRV.

  2. Debbie says:

    You have a pass for the packing party. Don’t worry the fun won’t end there! There will be an unpacking party and a series of barn building parties. 🙂

    The Packrat folks just came and got their box full of our stuff. Glad to have a master packer in the family because it got a good shaking being loaded. New container coming this afternoon and I think this place will be pretty barren by Sunday.

    I’m trying not let what happened when we moved from Tucker happen again. We packed the kitchen and then had a 3 week delay. Lots of eating out until I broke down and bought a few things to tide us over.

  3. Steve says:

    Like Debbie said, there will be multiple opportunities to help. Barb, the plan is still the same. Debbie does have to wait on Mr. Pack Rat to deliver the empty can, then will come up and get me to then head your way.

    As far as master packing skills, the Pack Rat folks are clear about the can always staying level, which is what I planned for- not so much a whole lot o’ shaking!!

    I was going to exercise last night, but Debbie was in need of Mexican, so we went and got abused by our 2nd favorite waitress.

    Great weekend all.


  4. Barb says:

    I should be home by 5:15 or so, hopefully this afternoon will be uneventful towards the end of the day. If you want, we can go survey the in-laws destruction of the interior of the new house before dinner.

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