Wednesday, December 21, 2005

December Consumption


The Promise Ring - Nothing Feels Good
Sufjan Stevens - Seven Swans
Chad van Gaalen - Infiniheart
Imogen Heap - Speak for Yourself
Madonna - Confessions on a Dance Floor


I Should be Dead By Now by Dennis Rodman
Bringing Down the House by Ben Mezrich

Thursday, December 15, 2005

Regrettably "Ass" Free

When we arrived at the Circuit last night, we had no idea what other bands we were playing with. It's all good, because none of us had really high expectations anyway. But one look at the marquee changed all that. Johnny Tight Lips...Luck of the Draw...and...The Ass Assassinators. How could a night playing with the Ass Assassinators be bad?

The joy was short lived. The Assassinators had cancelled. We drowned our sorrows in rock and brought the house down.

Second Chance for Arrested Development?

Despite the fact that the idiots at Fox have cancelled Arrested Development, there may be hope for the Sutherlands' favorite show. Too bad we won't be able to see it. The rumor is that Showtime may pick up the show. That would mean that I would have to not only give up my cable boycott, but get the premium channels as well. Not bloody likely.

[thanks, Nilay, for the link]

Friday, December 09, 2005

Fatherhood First

I was peed on for the first time last night. Not the holding-the-baby-and-she-leaks type of pee. This was a direct hit, drenching my entire shirt - which is pretty impressive for a little girl.

Friday, December 02, 2005

Costco Caskets are to Die For!

When did the store famous for selling mega-sized toilet paper and ketchup become the preferred retailer of EVERYTHING? Are you in charge of burying someone tomorrow and just don't have time to run over to the mortuary to pick out a casket? Well heck, just go online and check out Costco's selection. You'll really impress folks with the "Kentucky Rose" model. With overnight shipping, you can procrastinate right up to the last second! Sweet.