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 Friends, old and new (6 of 17)
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 Friends, old and new (9 of 17)
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03.04.05 - Terrence Marks:
|The ND Unlimited Store is open again! We've got two new titles, You Say it First vol 2 and the Namir Deiter Yearbook! And all our old titles are available again! If you've been waiting for a chance to buy something, this is it!|
We went to a 3rd grade singing recital today. My nephew was in it; we didn't just crash it. It was a patriotic program. They sang a whole bunch of songs about America, but they skipped "America" by Simon & Garfunkel, "America" by Robyn Hitchcock, and "America" from West Side Story. Because, you know, Lee Greenwood is much better at writing songs that mention the USA without actually saying much anything about it.
But anyhow, it reminds me of when I was in third-grade chorus. I remember being bored with the music at hand. Bored enough so that every note seemed like an eternity, so I substituted for the original three different notes of my own value. I believe I may have independantly discovered bebop. If I had stayed in chorus through high school I believe I would have mastered free jazz.
We watched even more Yakitate!! Japan this week and enjoyed it thoroughly. It's so funny because it takes itself so seriously. The battle between Azuma and Azusagawa Yukino was so suspenseful we could barely watch it. Not much else going on; Isabel has been very busy working on Tipporomatic and I've been busy working on other features for the site.
03.06.05 - Terrence Marks:
|Spare Parts updates four times a week this month! Bonus update every Sunday!
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