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Sunday, September 17, 2006

PS- I’m Back

The recent quiet on the blogging front was the result of a trip to Atlanta to see my buddy Jerry, drink a little, eat a little, relax a lot, and catch ProgPower USA VII. The short of it is this: damn, I needed a break and thanks to Jerry for getting me to take one. It was a hell of a good weekend.

The long of it is that I’ve got a lot written, even more to share, and it’ll start coming to you tomorrow. The Travels of Jerry and Dave to the City of Atlanta. Starring Jerry and Dave, with guest appearances by aging metal fans, a gaggle of bands, a couple unhappy Midwest Airlines customer help people, and, extra-special guest appearance by Beauford.

None of which answers the question: why the hell didn’t I think of “Shiny Happy People”?

Gettin’ back in the groove by tomorrow…

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And my questions are:

1) How’d you like Canon Rock? Can that kid kick major hard-rock assets or what?

2) Exactly how many of those songs didn’t you know off the top of your head? After all, you have an almost encyclopedic knowledge of music tucked away somewhere, and I have a bet going on with myself to see if I stumped you on anything.

on Sep 17 2006 @ 11:16 PM

If I get around to it, I plan to write fivr short posts about the trip (I’ll leave Beauford for you, ‘cause he was Super Sized):

Prog Power VII in Five Words: Fat, White, Geriatric, Hard Rockers
Prog Power VII in Four Words: Dave Lost His Wallet
Prog Power VII in Three Words: Max Lager Rules
Prog Power VII in Two Words: Freak Kitchen
Prog Power VII in One Words: Epica

on Sep 18 2006 @ 06:05 AM

OC (that makes me giggle every time I write it), I’m pretty sure you owe yourself a beer. I was stumped on two or three of those names--great list.

So, Jerry, all of that does make it a good trip, doesn’t it?

on Sep 18 2006 @ 01:02 PM

Ummm, David? It wasn’t for just a beer. It was for a case of beer per song to be paid in the month before RMBB 6.0. For training purposes, naturally.

On Colfax or Off Colfax, we always play for high stakes around here.

on Sep 18 2006 @ 01:15 PM
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