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I am a very bad man, this horroscope for the day is so unnervingly accurate it's not funny


If circumstances are tempting you to be irresponsible, just remember that this impulsive lean toward spontaneity is temporary. You won't be able to completely avoid your previous obligations, but you can postpone them for a bit. It's never too late to have that happy...
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lofty:
Woah. Guess I was wrong when all this time I've just had Russell Grant down as a hack. How's single life been treating you?
visha:
i love your photo with the guy from ice age. he is so cute.
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So I decided not to write down what I do.

All that happened was that my life took some truely fun and exciting twists but I am no happier for them. Very attractive and attentive young girls force their numbers onto me but I still feel empty. I'm not sure what I want anymore.

The feeling inside I have for Angie eats away at...
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Works been pretty hectic, I pulled an 11 hour day yesterday and paid for it this morning as I woke with a headache and it's only just gone now.
The external web site I've been pulled in to design is in tatters as the template I was given is full of html errors which when fixed destroy the site layout. Somehow I've...
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spiderbaby:
thanx for the comment on my journal.
heavenandhell:
thankyou for the happy birthday wishes. the day was indeed alcohol fueled.

kiss
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I've decided, getting up at 7:30am makes me ill.

Clearly I must find a way to avoid this and still earn money smile
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roaring_tulips:
Hey, you have a picture of that chick from "Flash Gordon." I love that movie.
hunkpapa:
Turns out I was late anyway - got a bit lost! I only missed the start of the support fella though, so it wasn't bad.

And Kwik Fit, schmik fit.
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fpkk:
Well... what I might do is ask about and see if any of my cohorts would like to go out on the lash in Sheffield sometime over the summer.

Would you like to be kept in the loop on that?
btiddles:
hey, cheers mistah... i'm a little worse for wear, so reading your journal should wait till tomorrow!
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I'm begining to think that somewhere there is a large red button labled "DRAMA!!" that's linked directly to my life every so often people walk past and push it to see what it does.

Drama 1: My "ex ex" txt's me to tell me I'm "actively isolating her from her friends"
By this she means she's upset I didn't...
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thequestion:
Unfortunatly not, I was in town today but I forgot about it, which of course I wouldn't have done if I was an elephant myself.
hugbug:
Hehe awful. I went to the 24-hour Spar after midnight to get some goodies to keep me motivated but fell asleep.
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I think today I shall spend most of the day in a coffee shop, drinking coffee and writing things down. Some things I want to say I cannot say on here so I'll keep them in a book and reflect upon them.
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societyspliers:
That was funny - Jack Straw the politician sings rock & roll!

Actually, my band is sort of an eclectic mix - a couple were in a classic rock band but I started in a hardcore punk band in the early 80s while playing improvisational acoustic hippie sort of stuff on the side. the hardcore band went through various changes and started adding other styles until we became the house band in an Irish bar in South New Jersey where the clientele were predominantly bikers, acidheads, hippies, and hippie acidhead bikers, so we got pretty weird. Now my current band, Carpe Noctem, does all sorts of stuff but covers are rarely like the originals. Lots of playing with feedback and harmonic overtones, sometimes dark gothic-sounding themes (I do this in my solo shows as well) - Often jams last over an hour with a dozen or so songs or song fragments woven throughout. Never use a setlist, and often try stuff none of us have ever played before (sometimes faiiling miserably). My solo shows are like that too - I play acoustic guitar & vocals, electric guitar and vocals, bass & vocals, and keys and vocals, sometimes more than one on a song - set up live loops as I go with weird sounds repeating to create rhythm section. I usually post my setlists. People refer to my voice as a mix of Bob Seger, Little Richard, Dave Grohl, Bob Dylan and King Diamond (All of whom I"ve covered)

I'm teaching my band the entire rocky Horror Picture Show soundtrack for Hallowe'en this year. My friend Vamp and I did an unplugged and unrehearsed and unplanned show for last Hallowe'en and did the whole show. I'm trying to genereate some interest in making a production of it but the local rednecks probalbly won't support it.

My slogan for my shows is "I suck equally as well in any genre." and my old 2-piece combo, "Dave's Not Here, Man," (me on guitar and vocals, and another Dave on Sax, keys and vocals) had a brief run called "The More Balls Than Brains Tour." Our first show was a hurricane benefit we'd rehearsed an hour for and played over 10 hours.

Right now I'm working out an acoustic arrangement for Monty Python's "Lumberjack Song -> Bright Side of Life" and trying to find my Holy Grail DVD to learn the "Ballad of Brave Sir Robin." ("->" indicates a segue form one song into the next)

[Edited on Apr 27, 2006 7:15PM]
societyspliers:
Actually, I've done Lumberjack on keyboard before and got quite a blast out of seeing bikers and rednecks and punks and goths all arm in arm singing the call and response part.

Also fun is getting the local rednecks to do