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My mom is having the first of her two surgeries on Friday. My dad is willing to pick me up at the bus terminal and take me to see her in the hospital. I am so utterly relieved about this, I can’t put it into words. She was in pre-admission testing all day yesterday and Rex sat at the door and cried for her. I am so glad I can both come home to visit her and keep Rex company for at least some of her hospital stay.
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mossonhighheels asked: 3, 6, 7, 17, 20!
3. A song that reminds you of summertime: My default answer to this is usually “Die in the Summertime” by the Manics…:/ There was a summer where I listened to “My Maudlin Career” by Camera Obscura for the majority of it, though. So that song too.
6: A song that makes you want to dance: “Dance” by ESG!
7: A song to drive to: I haven’t driven in so many years, so this is difficult…Actually, going back to the Matt Berry thing I posted earlier, “One Track Lover” is a FANTASTIC driving song; I know Snackcart can attest to this.
17: A song that would sing a duet with on karaoke: “Where the Wild Roses Grow” and it would look something like this (skip to the 4 min. mark. Or don’t).
20: A song that has many meanings to you: “Joy Division Oven Gloves” by Half Man Half Biscuit! On the surface it’s just a silly song, but it’s not too much of a stretch to see it as a song about band marketing and commodification (and Joy Division is of course a perfect example of this, what with that Joy Division Disney t-shirt, etc.) Also, I think the worldplay in the line, “I went to a post-punk postcard fair”—what with Postcard being a post-punk label—is really good!
Otto Dix, important artist of the Neue Sachlichkeit. Photo by Hugo Erfurth
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I wanted to see Swans last night but it was raining very hard and I am lame. What did I miss? This hard dude looking pensive, among other things.
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It’s Friday. Here’s a photo of Nick Cave coming out of a dresser. With bonus terrifying Tracy Pew.
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