Fancy a sprint through history, in xena-fan, short story format ?
Wanna Buy Some Acid? (Pt. One) – Neukirchen, Germany – 25 february 1978. The monologue in I Have Been In You is hilareous. When I say “grab while it lasts”, I’m sure you know by now what that implies…
Okay, so its web looks a little awkward, but the spider must’ve been going: “Dude! Far out! I see God!”
Last night I dreamt I attended a Neil Young-concert. Not the present day Young but the shabby, dark, seventies version of the man played a hell of a set; upon which I was invited back-stage where we had a beer and Young signed my copy of “Time Fades Away“. Tonight I think I’ll be attending one of the Roxy era gigs. Maybe chat a little with FZ afterwards.
German Chancellor Schroeder apparently has canceled his Italian summer vacation. According to German Interior Minister Otto Schily,”Those who kick you in the shins and spit at you must not be surprised that that is not good publicity for their country.” Perhaps a good dose of appreciation for the behavioral differences of Italians and other Europeans would be helpful. (update: all links working now)
So you’re mindlessly picking away on your guitar when all of a sudden you hit that weird yet beautiful chord you were looking for. It sounds great, but what to call it? Guitar chord shape analyzer to the rescue.
Guess who’s getting his greedy materialistic little self a shiny new toy?
“In the 1960s, at the dawn of the computing era, researchers argued that you could use Stonehenge as a giant calculating machine. Later, in the more mystical New Age, it was argued that the monument was really a spaceport for aliens, while, in the Middle Ages, it was said Stonehenge was built by giants. By those standards, this latest idea seems to say something quite odd about the twentyfirst century.”
Chant it from the rooftops, spread it across your server, email it to your friends. The internet is shit.
With kegelmeisters receiving kur endorsement, a new chap in the office needs to know more. Well, is it all about better bowling, or maybe enjoying a ride on your bike. It would seem not, for in fact it’s the name of one of Dr Kegels fiendish exercises, with the latest research, showing it’s good for the boys too.