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greetings from johannesburg

Filed under: — adrian @ 10:42 am

I am not in South Africa; rather, I’m writing about my band with David Franusich entitled Greetings from Johannesburg.

The reason for writing is that it looks like we’ve finished the 6 song EP, finally. The mixes and mastering aren’t done but the writing and recording are.

MP3s of the songs are here if you’d like to listen.

The most recent changes were on the song Nashville, which I changed around on Saturday. On the other end of the spectrum, I haven’t touched Bitter in over a year and Thaw in over two.

You can comment on the songs, if you’d like. We also are looking for better titles for some of the songs and for the EP in general if you have ideas on those.

emergency show

Filed under: — adrian @ 10:40 am

With less than 5 minutes notice, I did a radio show from 7-9PM last night. It was kind of fun, rushing around and grabbing stuff.

Here’s the playlist.

To the Honorable Senator from Boise, You’re Such an Idiot!@

Filed under: — adrian @ 9:34 am

If this weren’t on the Idaho state website, I’d think it was fake.

That’s right, Idaho has commended Napoleon Dynamite with such language as:

WHEREAS, tater tots figure prominently in this film thus promoting Idaho’s most famous export; and
WHEREAS, the friendship between Napoleon and Pedro has furthered multiethnic relationships; and

WHEREAS, Pedro’s efforts to bake a cake for Summer illustrate the positive connection between culinary skills to lifelong relationships; and
WHEREAS, Kip’s relationship with LaFawnduh is a tribute to e-commerce and Idaho’s technology-driven industry; and

WHEREAS, any members of the House of Representatives or the Senate of the Legislature of the State of Idaho who choose to vote “Nay” on this concurrent resolution are “FREAKIN’ IDIOTS!” and run the risk of having the “Worst Day of Their Lives!”

I’m glad we live in America where people can make completely stupid resolutions in the government.

(Which reminds me of a time at tep where I made a motion to devalue the penny from 1.00 cents to 0.88 cents. I believe it failed. I may have reintroduced the motion later to devalue a penny to 0.92 cents. I thought that was a more fair indicator of it’s true valuel.)

Via Wally.

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