Skipping past Writober and Nanoblomo . . ? Shit, I dunno. I'm as bored as you are.
Tuesday, December 20, 2005
Oh, the Irony! Siriusly.
So I was driving to work today, listening to the adult-contemporary station. (I had Mia with me.) The DJs/announcers/radio personalities were playing a clip of Mariah Carey’s acceptance speech from some awards show or other, and Mariah was prattling on about growing up wanting to hear her records on the radio and how she was “addicted” to the radio. (Ms. Carey has quite the addictive personality, doesn’t she?) Anyway, the male announcer was all, “You notice she didn’t mention subscription radio. No Sirius. No XM. Just your normal, terra-based radio. You can get it anywhere---in your basement, your car, your office . . . for free.”
And then they went into a commercial break.
shaken and poured by Scott-san on 12/20 at 08:23 AM
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There's no "I" in threesome.
- Yes, Virginia (The Dresden Dolls)
- The Back Room (Editors)
- Our Love to Admire (Interpol)
- Violence is Golden (Scanners)
- Make Your Life (The Butchies)
I can't remember whether I've seen anything new since my birthday. Oh, right, that one.
- Flags of Our Fathers
- 3:10 to Yuma
- Why We Fight
- The Departed
I was hoping for a little more detail in the accounts of mauling-by-zombie. But the anecdotes were disturbing, nonetheless..
- Ten Days in the Hills by Jane Smiley
- Geisha by Liza Dalby (current)
- Lost Girls by Alan Moore & Melinda Gebbie (current)
- World War Z by Max Brooks
- Marvel: 1602 by Neil Gaiman and others
I don't have a solid grasp on which exact cheap beers I had at the ATL watering holes.
- Michelob Ultra Amber
- Kirin SPR
- Kronenbourg 1664