Why is the fish still there?! Put Alan Turing on a shark with a machine gun fighting Namor or something.
been playing through FFVI to keep my sanity over the last few weeks… forgot how good it was…
cant wait for summer
school is a nightmare that keeps me away from doing all the fun and interesting things i’d normally be doing…yesterday i spent 11 hours coding a stupid medical application at the brickyard building while some stupid arts and crafts festival was going on outside. can’t wait for summer:
- been writing alot of music lately. cant wait to actually sit down and work on it.
- totally excited about going to oregon with ash
- lookin forward to pressing some more tapes and a 7inch later this summer.
- can’t wait to NOT have a math class at 7:30am where they take attendance.
maybe i can even read another book this summer?
everytime this song comes on i smile…. i should listen to it more when im stressed out.
Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention - Nine Types of Industrial Pollution” a.k.a. “400 Days of the Year (1969)
have a good memory of discovering this in high school. i remember putting this in my portable cd player and chillin by the greenbelt late one night. there were no cars that drove past and there were a few ducks chilling on the pond. the album completely flipped what i understood of music on its head; at first i was intrigued, i laughed at all the funny voices and enjoyed all the spacey jams. I remember visualizing a giant green grid showing historical documentary videos in rewind with the cast of mystery science theater narrating the story between songs. I loved zappa’s production work and his anything goes attitude. I stepped in an anthole somewhere near the King Kong jam at the end and had to stumble home with an swollen itching heel.