Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Some Questions

Have you seen Hot Fuzz yet?

Have you picked up Dinosaur Jr.'s new album Beyond? I was hesitant simply because it's basically a reunion album with Lou Barlow (Sebadoh, Folk Implosion) returning to the fold. It's no You're Living All Over Me, but it's really good. I still think J. Mascis is criminally ignored.



My follow up questions is: Why hasn't a Dinosaur Jr. song made it on any of the Guitar Hero games? I'd be happy playing the licks of "Feel the Pain."

How is it possible that the Cubs have scored 127 runs so far this season, have allowed their opponents to score only 98, and yet they are 12-14 and 5 1/2 games out of first place? That's a run differential of +29! Only the Mets and Red Sox have a better run differential. I hope this is simply and indicator that the Cubs have just had a little bad luck this month, and not that they are simply awful.

How am I going to make it another two weeks with just me and the boss in the office?

Remember when you used to be able to actually find deals on things worthwhile on ebay?

Why do I always scratch that itch?

When are they going to invent the machine that creates what my brain conceives? That way I could by pass my lack of talent and create exactly what I see in my head.

What happened to the MOL Nation?

If birds suddenly appeared every time I was near, wouldn't the girl actually be really creeped out or think I was in desperate need of a bath?

2 comments:

Jaime said...

Obviously Karen liked the bird thing so some girls must be into it. I think it would depend on the kind of bird though. Vultures or birds of prey would definitely be a scary turn off. But little blue birds and chickadees might make you look sensitive and that's always a good thing.

Now that I've WAY overanalyzed that...

Mandy said...

Wow, and here I thought that the birds appeared every time the *girl* was near. My world is...just a little bit different because of that.

And yes, I did see Hot Fuzz!! I loved it. I squealed with glee and horror at the ridiculous amounts of gore. Sandra left the theater 'cause she didn't like it. But that was the first movie I've seen in a while that was worth it.