Monthly Archive for November, 2006

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Tom Dowd & The Language of Music

While watching Tom Dowd & the Language of Music:

Do you think people go to Lynrd Skynrd concerts and shout, ‘FREEBIRD?’

Emily always asks the best questions. Anyone ever been to a Lynrd Skynrd show?

One Word Only

I stole this from April, who stole this from Bea.

1. Yourself: Groggy
2. Your significant other: Love
3. Your hair: Long
4. Your mother: Patience
5. Your father:Consistent
6. Your favorite item: Geiger Counter
7. Your dream last night: None
8. Your favorite drink: Water
9. Your dream car: Hybrid
10. The room you are in: Computer (at parent’s)
11. Your ex: Which?
12. Your fear: death
13. What you want to be in 10 years? Engineer
14. Who you hung out with last night? Family
15. What you’re not? Shallow
16. Muffins: Chocolate
17. One of your wish list items: Music
18. Time: Sleep
19. The last thing you did: Walk
20. What you are wearing: Threads
21. Your favorite weather: Autumn
22. Your favorite book: Dancemusicsexromance
23. The last thing you ate: Turkey
24. Your life: Busy
25. Your mood: Ready
26. Your best friend: Amy
27. What are you thinking about right now? Cribs
28. Your car: Silver
29. What are you doing at the moment? Typing
30. Your summer: Sweaty
31. Your relationship status: Married
32. What is on your TV? Nada
33. What is the weather like? Chilly
34. When is the last time you laughed? Today

PS. I hope everyone had a splendid Thanksgiving Day.

Please Dominate Me

We turned on the TV today, while taking a break from unpacking to have lunch, to a woman on all fours being paddled by a weirdo British woman with nutso eyebrows. Then her husband came out in a tutu and tube top with full on woman’s make up. I am all for doing what makes you feel comfortable and if that’s what made him comfortable, that’s awesome.

I used to watch Jerry Springer in college from time to time. His “Final Thought” were sometimes quite poignant. But I must say, the show seriously gets better and better. It’s just amazing. Or rather worse and worse. Strangely the show was actually pretty good at one point. Again, this is all on the TV-scale of good, so take it all with a grain of salt.

Take care of yourself and each other…