Wednesday, March 31, 2004

It's Madness, I Tell You!

I'm about to call Jazz Studies at UNT and reserve us some Lab Band Madness tickets. How many do I need to get? And is everyone else going early (i.e. on time) or is anyone waiting for me to get done with CCCC band?

Thursday, March 18, 2004

Paging Mr. Manuel Labor...Mr. Labor, please pick up the white courtesy phone...

OK, spring is nearly here, and my yard is already starting to look like a weed-infested jungle. It's also the start of allergy season, which doesn't exactly make me eager to start spreading that stuff around. So, the question is: anyone wanna do my lawn for a burrito?

Tuesday, March 16, 2004

Spring Break

I think we can all agree that TD/D had an awesome Spring Break. How about we all post our favorite moment on here? Mine was Monday night when I had a Family Guy night at my house. We were knee deep(hyperbole much?)in Family Guy DVDs, laughing our tails off when we shouldn't have, and as soon as the pizza hit my tongue...it was a little slice of heav...IHOP. That was mine, so let me know about yours.

Saturday, March 13, 2004

Only for the Strong of Stomach

(GROSS-OUT ALERT: Do not view this while eating!)

In the same vein as the Japanese Singing Eggplants video comes this

("Thanks" to Dave Barry's Old Blog for this gem germ.)

It's Raining Bowling Balls?

And we thought we'd seen people launch the ball pretty high...
Bowling Balls Fall from the Sky

And while we're on the subject, Dave Barry blogs about the sport of "car bowling"

UPDATE: Human Car Bowling

Wednesday, March 03, 2004

Some Really Advance Planning

Hey, just got wind of a spring break activity...Michael Brecker and the "Directions in Music" tour (Herbie Hancock, Roy Hargrove, etc.) will hit Houston (a quick roadtrip away) on March 12...unfortunately, that's March 12 of '05. I'd say mark your calendars, but I bet nobody's calendar goes that far yet. Still, a possible idea for next year's break.

Tuesday, March 02, 2004

Spring Break Bowling

It pretty much goes without saying that we'll bowl over spring break; what does everyone think about keeping the Sunday tradition going? Sure seemed like we didn't hit quite so much of the shallow end of the gene pool on that night...