Everyone experiences music differently.To say that something is subjectively wrong with live music is to also say that you are more than just your credentials or experience. It says that you are above whatever it is that you see as being the standard. Breaking everything down critically to the point where you are above every matter looking down on it only isolates you and makes you look foolish.
I should be there, but I dont know if I will be bringing anything. I'm not sure if I will have to work Friday morning or not, so I don't want good food to go to waste! I may bring it and drop it off if I can't be at the brunch...although I'm sure I'll be by camp inforoo at least once!
Team Excelsior always brings the good times, so if B and I can make it...
Moe, there is no way you can pass up this event. You have to do some interviews at the inforoo gathering...!!!
Ha... We'll definitely try our best. It's going to depend on our interview schedule. It looks pretty good for now!
We'll definitely get the mics out at some point. Maybe when people get some herbal or liquid courage... Hey, even we get strong amounts of liquid courage! (Hell, we have been drinking in almost every studio recorded podcast!)
Ok, so I just came off one of the worst days ever, bad enough to make me rethink the drive/bonnaroo (but I'm still going.) and the oven decides to go kaput! Seriously, what the quack?!?! I want to bake cookies and unwind. Can nothing go right today?
As a result, oatmeal scotchies are in danger of not making the trip, unless the toaster oven method works.
Ok, I am bringing a bucket of homeade fudge with pecans. I am making the jerky too but I have a feeling it will be gone after the nine hour drive. As much as I would like to share it I know I'll probably eat it all before I even leave Louisiana. I'll also bring whatever random things I think of between now and then. A jar of honey, a can of something...who knows?
Post by generalstore on Jun 17, 2008 0:07:16 GMT -5
Awesome, AWESOME brunch! I wish every day started out like that at the roo. Met a whole bunch of folks, ate some great food -including iced coffee that was like manna from heaven, nommed on some corn, and had a couple of good laughs.