Monday, August 28, 2006

Road trippin' for Katie and Mark's wedding.

Bar Harbor was almost as beautiful as Katie and Mark were. Click on this awesome pic to see the flickr set I put together.


On the way home - Regan and I had to get the accent out of our system, so Doo Koo sang a song about how his mustache brings all the cahs to ba-ha-bahs.

Hit the play button

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

The OhSees (OCS)

I wanna go get this record after work. Yeah, on vinyl!

Sunday, August 13, 2006

So that was the New Year...

Saw The New Year last night. Anyone who knows me knows how much I LOVE bedhead, and in turn, The New Year. They play about 5 shows a year, and I've flown cross country to see these few and far between events.

With out Bedhead, there would be no Interpol. No Death Cab.

The show was amazing.

broke my phone: need your number

howdy partner...all's good on the eastern that the heats blown over (for the time bein')
you see, that 3 yr old piece o crap phone finally fell and the screen broke. ah, technolo-geez.
if you could please text me with your name, I would be forever ingratiated, that way you slip right into my new phone. then, I can call you.
hope all is well, your families are safe, and all of that.

Thursday, August 03, 2006

Dog Destroys Elvis' Teddy Bear at Museum

This headline made me laugh my ass off.
Dog Destroys Elvis' Teddy Bear at Museum

LONDON (Aug. 2) - A guard dog has ripped apart a collection of rare teddy bears, including one once owned by Elvis Presley , during a rampage at a children's museum.

"He just went berserk," said Daniel Medley, general manager of the Wookey Hole Caves near Wells, England, where hundreds of bears were chewed up Tuesday night by the 6-year-old Doberman pinscher named Barney.
Barney ripped the head off a brown stuffed bear once owned by the young Presley during the attack, leaving fluffy stuffing and bits of bears' limbs and heads on the museum floor. The bear, named Mabel, was made in 1909 by the German manufacturer Steiff.
The collection, valued at more than $900,000, included a red bear made by Farnell in 1910 and a Bobby Bruin made by Merrythought in 1936.
The bear with Elvis connections was owned by English aristocrat Benjamin Slade, who bought it at an Elvis memorabilia auction in Memphis, Tenn., and had loaned it to the museum.
"I've spoken to the bear's owner and he is not very pleased at all," Medley said.
A security guard at the museum, Greg West, said he spent several minutes chasing Barney before wrestling the dog to the ground.