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Missed the Random 10+ last week due to attending SoonerCon, which was a fine old time indeed. Hope to post more fully on the subject soon. And there won't be one this week, as the whole family is about to hop in the car and head to Eureka Springs for an actual vacation!

There's another reason, however, for the lack of tunes: the video card in my desktop machine went fan up, and so I do not currently have access to iTunes and its many wonders. A new card is already on the way, thanks to the eBay-fu of Rohanna, so by this time next week we should be back in business.

And I am so happy I have my iPad, which is how I am communicating to you today. Typing all this on my phone would have been difficult at best.

So happy Independence Day everyone. Try not to lose any body parts whilst blowing shit up.
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From Remains of the Day, one of the best and snarkiest Mac news aggregators:

Apple may now be using speedier solid-state storage chips, possibly manufactured by Samsung, in some MacBook Airs. According to AnandTech, the newer chips boast both faster read and write times than the Toshiba models used to date. But if you’re in the market for a MacBook Air, there’s no way to tell which units have which chips, making this the most annoying flash change since Wally West replaced Barry Allen.
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As some of you know, I have been in the market for a new(er) computer for some time. I have been working on a Mac G4 Dual 450MHz since 2003. It has been a good machine, but is no longer able to use most of the current software, much less the more recent iterations of the OS.

So, when Rohanna got a nice bonus from work, she used her Ebay fu to find me a better machine. There were a number of near misses, but last week she came to the stairs to let me know I had finally won! A Mac Pro 2008 8-core desktop with 6Gb of RAM was shortly to be mine! Huzzah! Excessive exclamation point use! Leventy!

Then it began. First, the FedEx ground people tried to deliver it Wednesday, but after I had reluctantly gone to work. When I called about picking it up, I was informed Ground didn't work like that so much, and the best bet was to have it delivered Saturday. OK, fine, I can wait a few more days. That allowed me to get a 2TB hard drive to put in it. And wait. And wait.

Saturday morning I rose at 7.30a, and did my usual morning things (cup of tea, read the paper, check the interwebs, etc). At 9.30 I went downstairs to do some cleaning, and shortly thereafter, I looked up to see the FedEx truck pulling up. A quick signature later, and it was mine!

I hauled the 40+ lbs of computer upstairs, pulled it from its original box, and set it up. It had a pristine version of Snow Leopard (the newest OS, until this summer), so I went through the basic setup for it. At one point I went to check something on the web, and it told me I wasn't connected. Silly me, I had failed to plug in the Ethernet cable. But wait, I thought, this baby should have an Airport card, and I should be able to connect to our wireless router!

And that's when it really went wrong. No Airport card (which turned out to be optional on the machine I thought I bought). And no Bluetooth, which the box said was standard. I went to the "About this Mac" screen, and my worst fears were confirmed. This was not a 2008 dual 2.8GHz machine, but the original dual 2.66GHz first iteration Mac Pro, from 2006. Not happy.

We contacted the seller, who was quite apologetic (he's got a perfect record on Ebay), is willing to either a) refund us an amount to be determined if I decide to keep it, or 2) take it back, full refund, he pays shipping.

I am torn. On the one hand, it's not the machine I wanted, and being the earliest of the Mac Pro models, most likely to become obsolete.

On the other hand, IT's RIGHT HERE IN THE BELFRY! And a metric shitload faster than what I am typing this on.

Depending on how much he's willing to refund, I am leaning towards sending it back. I am not looking forward to another round of bidding wars on Ebay, though. It took several weeks to get this one.

Gaaaaaaaaah.
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Things have been busy at work the past couple of weeks, mainly with stuff for the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art here in KC. We do the large wall graphics and informational signs for special exhibits there. Last week saw the opening of a special display of "The Original Rules of Basket Ball," which wiill be running through May 29. It's free, but requires timed tickets.

This week has seen the output of materials for an upcoming exhibit of the three pieces of Monet's "Water Lilies" triptych, together again for the first time in years and years. This exhibit focuses on the 11-year long process of the creation of these pieces, using a variety of forensic methods to reveal the details hidden under the layers of paint. This exhibit will run from April 9 through August 27, and will cost $8. And both will be running during ConQuesT! Let's celebrate with some tunes.


1) New York City, Cub

2) Meet Your Rock Star, ToToM (N.E.R.D. - Rock Star + Nine Inch Nails - Meet your Master)

3) Roy Orbit's Son, Alterboys

4) How Much Can I Do?, Los Lobos (The Fillmore San Francisco, CA December 6, 2003)

5) All Bound For Mu Mu Land, The KLF Feat. Maxine Harvey

6) Shake Dog Shake, The Cure (Live The Cure - Washington 1984)

7) When The Fear Stops, Sky Cries Mary

8) Waltzing's For Dreamers, Richard Thompson

9) The British Road, Robert Wyatt

10) You Can't Do That, The Beatles


etc.


11) Violence of Truth, The The (Live The The - Paris 1989)

12) Suspicious Minds, The Flaming Lips

13) M, The Cure (Palais Theatre, Melbourne, Australia)


Busy weekend, what with the Big 12 Tournament going on. And more importantly, tomorrow the replacement for this ancient computer will arrive. It's done its job well overall, but the time has come to upgrade. I'll be going from this G4 dual 450 MHz machine to an 8-core twin 2.8 GHz speed demon. I am considering installing a seat belt on my chair.
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1) Toe of Doom™: Hasn't gotten any better, so I saw the doc on the 6th. Because I Can Has Insuranz!!!!!, he took the extra time to give me a quick once over, including the ever-popular (amongst doctors, at least) Cough and Grope with a side of Roll Up Your Arm and Bend Over, along with standard blood tests and x-rays of the accursed (if not recursive) foot. Also got scrip for triple round of Augmentin. die, infection, die!

Blood work came back fine (no gout, diabetes or other things to make one drink more), but the x-rays seemed to show some damage to the toe bone, so Monday I had an MRI. Concensus: definite damage, possible bone infection. So Tuesday I see a podiatrist. they keep talking about "debriding." Now I'm not going to claim my marriage(s) is/are perfect, but this does seem a bit extreme. On the other hand, if they amputate, it will keep me out of the army.

Best news: foot started really hurting bad yesterday, and this afternoon called the doc for another scrip of Vicoprofen[1]. They called back at 5p to say they had called it in, and I was able to pick it up at Costco earlier this evening. Nom nom. And even better, two refills! I love my doctor.

2) Ro's computer: It gave her the BSOD last Saturday, and after multiple intercessions by her company IT dept, Obi-Karl Foss and others, it currrently resides at Best Buy, which happens to be an Asus warranty repair provider. Worst case, she might have to buy a copy of Windows 7 Home Premium, because including an install disk (as opposed to a recovery disk) with a brand new computer doesn't happen with PCs. WTF?

Interesting data point: Ro brought her work laptop home to check email, etc, and after plugging in her monitor, wireless keyboard/mouse dongle and a router, it BSOD'd. Is there a USB-centric virus/trojan out there anyone has heard of?

3) My keyboard/mouse: still with the same crap. Must unplug the mouse every 3-5 minutes to keep it actually working. Almost ready to re-install Tiger and see what happens (see, MAcs come with the full operating system on a disk for such situations. This really should have been a "Mac/PC" commercial).

UPDATE OF NO IMPORTANCE: The "Noises in My Head" entry was supposed to read: Nom Nom Nom Bow Wow Wow, I Want Candy. Apparently using code in the details is not allowed. Bah and humbug.

But the point remains: Myant Myant Aye = nom nom.


[1] Like vicodin, but with ibuprofen rather than that evil acetomeinaphen, and 50% more vico!
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I have a Kensington Pilot Board Wireless Laser Desktop Set. Tuesday evening, the left button on the mouse stopped working. I could move the cursor, and things I moused over would react onscreen, but I could not access pulldown menus or the Dock. I borrowed a wired usb mouse (Inland brand) from Dragonet, and it worked briefly, then it froze. Didn't matter if I had it plugged into my usb hub, or the usb 2.0 board in the computer, or the built-in original usb 1.1 ports.

Wednesday morning I borrowed Rohanna's Logitech usb wireless mouse, and it seemed to work fine for the hour or so I used it. After work, I went out to MicroCenter and discovered I couldn't get an exact replacement for the mouse that came with the original set without buying the whole thing again. Since the keyboard was functioning just peachily, I thought $70 was a bit much to spend. I wound up with a Kensington Ci60 Opticall Wireless Mouse, which came the closest to what I was using before (none of the mice available had the combination of buttons the original one, and most had none. WTF?).

I got home and plugged its dongle in and booted up. Seemed to be working fine for a couple of hours, and then once again nothing. New batteries and shifting of dongle again no help.

So, pretend Internet friends, I call upon your superior knowledge: what in the wide world of sports is agoin' on here? Is something interfering with the wireless signal of a sudden? I have added no new items to the computer or the general area. And why does the wired mouse lock up after a short period? Note: When it does, I unplug it for a few minutes, plug it in again and it works. For a bit.

The computer in question is a G4 Dual 450, and if anyone wants to throw large amounts of cash at me, I'll be happy to upgrade, but otherwise that ain't gonna be happening any time soon.

Help me LJ overmind! You're my only hope! (I'm doomed, right?)
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Last night I was busily doing a variety of things, including working on the computer. As I went to click on a download, nothing happened. I clicked again, same thing. I then scrolled up to the menus, and they did not respond, nor did the dock. I tried everything, with no result. So no computer for moi. Very disturbing. Started to hurt.

This morning, I borrowed Rohanna's wireless keyboard and mouse, and everything worked fine. So I took the dead mouse with me* to MicroCenter. While they had the same keyboard/mouse combo I had (for $70), the nice kid who w3as busily stocking the mouse aisle** told me that they didn't have the same mouse available separately, and that whatever mouse I bought would not work with the wireless dongle (oh, fuck it, make your own joke) I had. The annoying thing was that none of the available mice had the set up I had before, to wit: three buttons on the left side, all programmable. Very disappointing. So I wound up with the only Kensington mouse with any extra buttons they had. Obviously, it works. Good thing, too.
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I have been remiss in my posting, and there have been so many interesting things to talk about, like driving in the Stephen King-quality fog up to Lawrence last weekend (the road was fine, but there was nothing but white right up to the edges of the highway), watching KU finally wake up and beat Nebraska with NPulsifer (got to taste Magic Hat #9; the description of it as a "Not Quite Pale Ale" is very much correct) and other adventures. But the biggest story, of course, was getting Dragonet her new laptop Tuesday. She is so happy. It's a good thing.

But while I was at Nebraska Furniture Mart picking it up, I got myself a 1T LaCie external hard drive. It was the only one that specifically said on the box that the backup included had a Mac version. Got it set up, partitioned and the initial backup done that night. Wednesday evening, before I went to NPulsifer and Gisele's place to watch KU play Baylor, I began the process of transferring the 105G of tunes on my machine to their new home on the 681G partition. That process continued until this afternoon, almost 48 hours. Obviously, I need to get a USB 2.0 card for my machine. This looks like it will do the job, just need to scrape the shekels together.

The weekend promises a distinct lack of required activities, which is a nice change of pace. Sunday will be spent watching the conference championship games. I am definitely rooting for Nawlins to finally put a stake through Brett Favre's heart (re: last week's NO/AZ playoff game, once again Kurt Warner comes to the Big Easy looking for football glory, only to have his BFF Jesus desert him come game time to spend the day in the French Quarter turning water into Hurricanes*). It's the other game I am conflicted about. I would have no problem sending Peyton and the Colts home, but I really don't want to encourage the spawn of noted sociopath and former coach Buddy Ryan. But then, I remember that GRRM is a Jets fan, and his team making the Super Bowl would make him deliriously happy.


*Note to Smofbabe: the drink, not the U.
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I confused everyone by showing up at work today long enough to grab the Tiger disk and come back to work on Dragonet's dead borrowed laptop. When I ran disk utility, it gave me a message of "Invalid* Sibling Link," which I then googled. Desperate as I was, I delved ino the madness of Terminal, and tried some of the suggestions I found on various Mac fora. Alas, they did not work.

Fireguarder (who has friends in a tech dept.), has offered to take the recalcitrant laptop in to see if they can ressurrect it, or at least get the data off the hard drive. We shall see what transpires. If anyone out there has other suggestions based on this info that I might be able to try, feel free to let me know.


* "Invalid" as in "not the thing we were looking for," as opposed to "so ill as to be bedridden," in case anyone was wondering. Though I suppose the whole phrase could be used on one of those "Who's the Daddy?" episodes of "Maury."
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Got up Saturday and went shopping for Xmas gifts. Managed to get everything I wanted in one stop, then did some more running around. Found Neil Gaiman's "Odd and the Frost Giant" 50% off at Barnes & Noble, and after my card and the 25% off coupon, it was $5. And picked up some beer at the Kansas Lukas Liquor. The rest of the day and evening were uneventful, and I got to bed at a reasonable hour.

Woke up at 7a with Yum! staring at me, so I turned on her favorite song* and went back to sleep for a bit. Rohanna and I went to watch the Chefs try and win a game against a team almost as bad as they are, the Buffalo Bills. We got to the stadium without encountering the usual traffic backup (not a good sign), and were happy the tickets had come with a parking pass, as they wanted $22 to get in the lot (>3x the price for the Royals [and yes, the Royals have 10x more games, but Arrowhead holds 2x+ people than Kauffman Stadium]). We made our way to a lot, and were waved through to park up front thanks to Ro's handicapped hangtag. This involved inching our way down the lane at the edge of the lot, occasionally honking to get the folks wandering (and//or staggering) in front of us to move to one side or the other, which they did with no problem, until right before the front row. A couple was ambling along in front of us, and when I tapped the horn, she looked over her shoulder and stepped to the left (where the sidewalk was), but her obviously and oblibiously inebriated companion moved into the middle of the lane, so I stopped, to avoid hitting him, and and tapped the horn again. He turned around and proceeded to lean on the hood of the van and shake his finger "no" at me. I waved at him to move, and he staggered to my window (which was partially open), shouting "Do you know who I am" and trying to reach inside. I said "I don't care," and closed the window, nearly catching his finger, and drove on, at which point he threw his (fortunately plastic) beer bottle at me. I decided to keep on moving, in part because I saw security heading toward him.

The game was pretty good, and the renovations to the stadium were very nice. The highlight was halftime, which featured a group of kids (ages 8-17) from local dance academies. They performed to a Michael Jackson medley, and the featured dancer was a very young boy who had all the moves down. At one point I leaned over to Rohanna and said, "So, do you think when this is over he goes home and abuses himself?" She told me I was evil, but before she could say anything else the kid proceeded to do a classic MJ crotch grab, and she just sighed and said, "Yeah, he probablly dooes."

We left at the end of the third quarter too go to Deb Pelicano's Holiday Art Sale, which was a good time. Was hoping for a nice quiet evening at home, but I am now trying to get Dragonet's borrowed Powerbook to boot up. It's running some kind of diagnostic thing from a safe boot. I will probably have to go in to work tomorrow and get the Tiger boot disk to try running disk utility on it. We really, really don't need this shit. Sigh.



*"Marais La Nuit," from Neko Case's latest album, Middle Cyclone. I's 30+ minutes of tree frogs and crickets, and is very calming. I burned a cd with it on there twice for Ro, and she turns it on when she goes to bed. We have each awakened more than once to see Yum! staring at the clock/cd player, waiting for someone to turn the music back on, and when one of us does, she looks at the clock for a few seconds, then curls up and goes to sleep. Very cute.

Om nom nom

Nov. 28th, 2008 09:29 pm
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Dinner is Dragonet's apple pie with crumble topping, and several slices of "Hoop Aged" cheddar cheese which, according to the label is made from "RGBH Free Amish Milk." It's very tasty, and reminds how it's nice, while driving in the country, to occasionally see the herds of Amish women grazing in the fields, and reflect on the fact that they will, due to the Amish rejection of technology, be lovingly hand-milked to provide the main ingredient for fine products like this cheese.

And to go with this fine repast, a new beer. Ballast Point's Big Eye India Pale Ale is intensely-hopped, without being as powerful as some IPAs (they use only American Centennial hops, which may make the difference). Well rounded, excellent floral notes, with a nice crisp finish, it goes well with the pie and the cheese. I got it at Metcalf Discount Liquors at 91st and Metcalf this afternoon, along with several other beers I have not seen elsewhere in town. I'll have to try and get by there more often.

Oh, and totally off topic, my new monitor has both VGA and DVI capability, as does my video card. Is there a reason to use DVI, I ask my horde of fans and admirers? Pray, enlighten me.

Om nom nom

Nov. 28th, 2008 09:29 pm
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Dinner is Dragonet's apple pie with crumble topping, and several slices of "Hoop Aged" cheddar cheese which, according to the label is made from "RGBH Free Amish Milk." It's very tasty, and reminds how it's nice, while driving in the country, to occasionally see the herds of Amish women grazing in the fields, and reflect on the fact that they will, due to the Amish rejection of technology, be lovingly hand-milked to provide the main ingredient for fine products like this cheese.

And to go with this fine repast, a new beer. Ballast Point's Big Eye India Pale Ale is intensely-hopped, without being as powerful as some IPAs (they use only American Centennial hops, which may make the difference). Well rounded, excellent floral notes, with a nice crisp finish, it goes well with the pie and the cheese. I got it at Metcalf Discount Liquors at 91st and Metcalf this afternoon, along with several other beers I have not seen elsewhere in town. I'll have to try and get by there more often.

Oh, and totally off topic, my new monitor has both VGA and DVI capability, as does my video card. Is there a reason to use DVI, I ask my horde of fans and admirers? Pray, enlighten me.
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After the Czar won Wed. night's beer re-creation of WWI (see previous entry), I had a reasonable night's sleep, and after a leisurly morning, Dragonet and I headed to Lawrence to have Thanksgiving at her Mom's. Sister Sally was there, as was our nephew Dan and his mother, Laurie (first wife of D's older brother). Much good food was consumed, bad football was desultorily watched (I shouldn't have whipped that Johnson* out, obviously), and we headed back with Dan in the back seat to take him to his car, which he had left in the outskirts of Westport the previous evening after a long night of partying (he said he got home at 6a). He knew which street the car was on, but no one was quite sure where that street fit into the matrix of the area. Eventually it was found, and we came back home. Once Rohanna returned from her family's festivities, she and I discussed the idea of going to see Bob Reeder at O'Dowd's in Zona Rosa, and getting into their early Black Friday activities. We looked at the options, and decided to stay home. A bit later, she said that there had been a live news remote from Zona Rosa, and people had started lining up at noon.

Ro and I decided instead to take part in the looting this morning, so we got up at 6a and made our way to Best Buy, where I acquired a 19" Acer LCD widescreen monitor, to replace my current CRT, which had developed a nasty habit of randomly dimming and brightening. Also picked up "Boo," the latest Was/Not Was album (their first in 20 years). Then we did a quick run through the soon to be defunct Circuit City to no great purpose, and followed that with a stop at The Olde Timey Barn of Pottery, or something like that. Ro got some carpet for her bedroom. At that point, it was still not yet 9a, and I suggested we run through Cargo Largo, which is a freight salvage place full of strange and entertaining items of all kinds, most at quite low prices. Since they were taking 20% off all purchases, Ro agreed. Multiple miscellaneous items later, we headed home, and after a brief rest, headed back out for lunch and more shopping.

The China Star Buffet at 95th & Metcalf was reasonablypriced, if a bit bland in its selections, but it was across the street from Microcenter. On the way there, Dragonet mentioned that she could use a monitor, as well, to help with her work. I pointed out that if we found a better deal for me, she could have the Acer. I got a new Kensington wireless keyboard and mouse combo, and Dragonet found a new headphone set with microphone. I went looking for Ro, and found her pointing to a Sceptre 24" lcd, which was on sale for less than half the list price. With tears in my eyes, I waved goodbye to the Acer and reluctantly accepted the larger monitor. We decided that was enough shopping, and returned home. A couple of hours of cleaning, rearranging and cable swapping (not a euphemism), I am looking at this huge display in wonder. The keyboard is going to take a bit of getting used to, but I'm sure I'll adapt. And now, selections in celebration of crossing the 14K plateau in tunes.


1) Recapturing, TrianguliZona

2) differentown_final (no idea who did this, .59 of weirdness)

3) Keep Your Distance, Richard Thompson

4) Dance To Your Daddy, Colin Meloy

5) We're Having All The Fun, Fun Boy Three

6) Popcorn, Sparky's Magic Piano

7) 3 Is Better Than 4, The Dials

8) Dr. Luther's Assistant, Elvis Costello & the Attractions (Live At Leicester 10-22-77)

9) She Came in Through the Bathroom Window, The Beatles [Abbey Road (Ebbets)]

10) Into the Sun, King Black Acid

And some seconds, for all the trytophans out there:

11) I Could Be Dreaming, Belle & Sebastian

12) Vegetarian Restaurant, Aberfeldy

13) Everybody Hurts, Amanda Palmer & Cormac Bride


Tomorrow is the Lobsterfestapaloozathon, with the added bonus of watching the KU-MU game while enduring Ralphie's heckling. Sunday is blessedly devoid of activity more strenuous than watching feetsball. Hope everyone had a good Turkey day, and may you all have a great weekend.


* Calvin, wide receiver for Detroit, of course. What did you think I meant?
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After the Czar won Wed. night's beer re-creation of WWI (see previous entry), I had a reasonable night's sleep, and after a leisurly morning, Dragonet and I headed to Lawrence to have Thanksgiving at her Mom's. Sister Sally was there, as was our nephew Dan and his mother, Laurie (first wife of D's older brother). Much good food was consumed, bad football was desultorily watched (I shouldn't have whipped that Johnson* out, obviously), and we headed back with Dan in the back seat to take him to his car, which he had left in the outskirts of Westport the previous evening after a long night of partying (he said he got home at 6a). He knew which street the car was on, but no one was quite sure where that street fit into the matrix of the area. Eventually it was found, and we came back home. Once Rohanna returned from her family's festivities, she and I discussed the idea of going to see Bob Reeder at O'Dowd's in Zona Rosa, and getting into their early Black Friday activities. We looked at the options, and decided to stay home. A bit later, she said that there had been a live news remote from Zona Rosa, and people had started lining up at noon.

Ro and I decided instead to take part in the looting this morning, so we got up at 6a and made our way to Best Buy, where I acquired a 19" Acer LCD widescreen monitor, to replace my current CRT, which had developed a nasty habit of randomly dimming and brightening. Also picked up "Boo," the latest Was/Not Was album (their first in 20 years). Then we did a quick run through the soon to be defunct Circuit City to no great purpose, and followed that with a stop at The Olde Timey Barn of Pottery, or something like that. Ro got some carpet for her bedroom. At that point, it was still not yet 9a, and I suggested we run through Cargo Largo, which is a freight salvage place full of strange and entertaining items of all kinds, most at quite low prices. Since they were taking 20% off all purchases, Ro agreed. Multiple miscellaneous items later, we headed home, and after a brief rest, headed back out for lunch and more shopping.

The China Star Buffet at 95th & Metcalf was reasonablypriced, if a bit bland in its selections, but it was across the street from Microcenter. On the way there, Dragonet mentioned that she could use a monitor, as well, to help with her work. I pointed out that if we found a better deal for me, she could have the Acer. I got a new Kensington wireless keyboard and mouse combo, and Dragonet found a new headphone set with microphone. I went looking for Ro, and found her pointing to a Sceptre 24" lcd, which was on sale for less than half the list price. With tears in my eyes, I waved goodbye to the Acer and reluctantly accepted the larger monitor. We decided that was enough shopping, and returned home. A couple of hours of cleaning, rearranging and cable swapping (not a euphemism), I am looking at this huge display in wonder. The keyboard is going to take a bit of getting used to, but I'm sure I'll adapt. And now, selections in celebration of crossing the 14K plateau in tunes.


1) Recapturing, TrianguliZona

2) differentown_final (no idea who did this, .59 of weirdness)

3) Keep Your Distance, Richard Thompson

4) Dance To Your Daddy, Colin Meloy

5) We're Having All The Fun, Fun Boy Three

6) Popcorn, Sparky's Magic Piano

7) 3 Is Better Than 4, The Dials

8) Dr. Luther's Assistant, Elvis Costello & the Attractions (Live At Leicester 10-22-77)

9) She Came in Through the Bathroom Window, The Beatles [Abbey Road (Ebbets)]

10) Into the Sun, King Black Acid

And some seconds, for all the trytophans out there:

11) I Could Be Dreaming, Belle & Sebastian

12) Vegetarian Restaurant, Aberfeldy

13) Everybody Hurts, Amanda Palmer & Cormac Bride


Tomorrow is the Lobsterfestapaloozathon, with the added bonus of watching the KU-MU game while enduring Ralphie's heckling. Sunday is blessedly devoid of activity more strenuous than watching feetsball. Hope everyone had a good Turkey day, and may you all have a great weekend.


* Calvin, wide receiver for Detroit, of course. What did you think I meant?

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