Bloody QWERTY

Hello boys qnd girls! Just q auick note to let you knoz Shqrl qnd I qre currently in Buenos Qires, so posting froñ us zill be light for the next zeek or so. Ze should be bqck zith our regulqr posting qfter the sixteenth of October.

Zish you zere here! Zish my keyboqrd zere here too!

Hqstq luego :)

6 Responses to “Bloody QWERTY”

  1. Bálint says:

    Happy Buenos Airesism! – hey, will there be another new release as you get home, as usual? :-)

  2. Sterbus says:

    One of the first songs I wrote in my early teens was called “Qwerty vs. Qzerty” :)

  3. Freki says:

    hey your in my town! cool, have a nice stay, if you see any civil unrest dont worry its pritty common.

  4. Hugh says:

    I’m glad to hear you’re already expanding the horizons of your son. I hope the long flight was not too rough on him. Sharleena, if the baby starts acting up you can always sing, “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina” to him. Of course, if you do the Madonna version . . . be careful, those big production numbers tend to scare the little ones!
    Barry, since Buenos Aires is the birthplace of the “Tango”. Maybe, you can turn on the locals to the Be Bop Tango? If you didn’t bring a copy, perhaps you can hum a few bars while they attempt to dance? :)

  5. Hugh says:

    Hmm . . . Barry, after reading your entry a second time it seems you are traveling “sans” baby? A romantic getaway in Buenos Aires. How nice. I am very jealous. In that case, I just hope you have a nice long hallway leading to your hotel room, so you can pick up some speed as you tango back to your suite for the night!

    A quote from Freki:

    if you see any civil unrest dont worry its pritty common.

    Barry, I told you to pack KUR riot gear! I hope you listened.

  6. Barry's Imaginary Publisher says:

    A quote from Bálint:

    Happy Buenos Airesism! – hey, will there be another new release as you get home, as usual? :-)

    Ha! Who knows, Roxy?

    A quote from Freki:

    hey your in my town! cool, have a nice stay, if you see any civil unrest dont worry its pritty common.

    Ay cosas que nunca cambian — me parece un hobby nacional :) The roadblocks have been a bit of a nuissance though. We drove down to Mar del Plata yesterday afternoon (con el bondi!), and getting out of Bs As was a bit of a PITA…

    A quote from Hugh:

    Hmm . . . Barry, after reading your entry a second time it seems you are traveling “sans” baby?

    No, we’re very much traveling “avec” baby. But we’re very lucky: the kid slept like a rose throughout most of the 12 hour flight, and nothing about this crazy country seems to have thrown him off balance so far. Guess he takes after his mommy :)

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