Come on, you know you want it.
I can’t imagine what would happen if the power somehow discharged into your mouth. You wouldn’t just have a flashing mouth at that point.
Trav came over last night and we worked on some ideas we had. One of them could end up sounding like a mariachi band – but we’ll see. The other one I had thought was more of a Pilate/Coldplay inspired tune but came out sounding more like a Sixpence song… blech. We’ll see though. They’re both very unfinished with not much melody worked out yet so there’s still hope for them yet.
I’ve got three videos I have to work on for an Easter presentation at FGCC. They’ve been a challenge to do as they’re basically your typical talking head interview video but we’ve been trying to make them a little more interesting to watch without going over the top with edits/cuts/effects/cheese.
Spring is finally coming and hopefully the snow is actually going to stay gone this time. We’ve been tempted and teased so many times by spring this year (foul temptress that she is) that it’s a little hard to believe it’s actually going to stick this time. But this week is supposed to be above 0 all week – that’s celsius for our American friends.
What’s the weather like in your world today?
Did you always wonder which songs The Beastie Boys sampled to construct ‘Time To Get Ill’? Well, now you can know that they sampled The Steve Miller Band and Stevie Wonder.
Slick little site that’s growing by the day.
Walking through the tunnel with two coffees in my hand a East Indian girl from one of the tables setup there came up to me and asked me “Are you against racism?”
I naturally responded:
Ooops. I was thinking she was going to offer me a chance to sign up for the National Day To Support Hamster Rights or something. So “No” just popped out of my mouth before I thought anything else. Heh heh. So now I’m a racist on campus.
Carol left me a big bag of dill pickle chips to eat while I’m covering for her EDO (earned day off).
I’m really glad it’s Friday today. This week has been crazy busy every night and we actually have a Friday off (Jr high was on Thursday night because of a wedding). Sue and Luanne were planning to go to Edmonton today but it’s not looking good as the highways are sheets of curling ice right now. (Hurry! Hard! Sweep!) Luckily it might rain this afternoon and then drop down below 0 again so that we get a second layer of ice. That way if anyone might have actually survived out on the roads, now they won’t have to worry about not getting the chance to meet their maker.
Clarence was going to try and take Sue to an autopsy today. I don’t know how I feel about seeing dead people. I saw my grandfather’s body at his open casket funeral and that was fairly creepy. I can’t imagine what a murder victim’s body would do to my stomach. Although with all the TV/movies I’ve watched, I’d probably just say something stupid like “that’s not very realistic. You can totally tell it’s ketchup.”