One thing about being newlyweds right now, you try and find fun dates that you can do on the cheap. You know, like going to the dollar theater, going to a friend’s house for food/games, going to a Bruce Springsteen concert, …
Wait, what was that last one?
… but I’ve been listening to this over and over. It was thrown on the Reception Playlist as I scanned for some last-minute entries. Perhaps one of Counting Crows more underrated songs:
Well, let’s just cut to the chase:
Not my picture, unfortunately.
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Filed under Absurdity, Music
We had this major-league mishap with the new content management system today. We were basically in standby mode for an hour or so.
I think we made pretty good use of our time while we were down, as we engaged in deep-probing discussions in the editorial department.
Among the intellectual ponderings: Most underappreciated song by Journey.
I brought up the consensus winner (with an assist from Money for bringing up this song last week in a separate discussion) … Continue reading
I ask this question every four years — why do the divers shower off after they get out of the pool?
Sobering world events + flippancy of college football blogosphere = genius
We moved into our new office today. The move was relatively painless, and it was fun setting up my new desk.
I’m left with pangs of jealousy I see the pictures of Florida’s new football complex. Facilities, man. It’s an arms race, and don’t let anyone tell you different.
I’m calling it — a four-song set of “Radio Nowhere,” “Badlands,” “Born to Run” and “Dancing in the Dark.” Takers?
Okay, so I’m in the car waiting in traffic after one of the most underwhelming concerts of all time.
I can’t complain, since I only paid 10 bucks to get in, but I swear, the Crows played less than 10 songs.
At least we got Rain King and Accidentally in Love, and my favorite, Angels of the Silences, but the volume was way off, such that we could barely hear.
Oh well, as Dave said, you run into the occasional dud.
Now, let’s see if this posts. Here goes.