I’ve seen all good people turn their heads each day..

Well, Finally getting around to listening to the CDs I bought the other day. The Paul Okenfold sucks, which will teach me to buy CDs before downloading. The Yes is awesome. And the Bill Hicks turns out to be one I’d already downloaded under a different name. Oh well. 😉

[I’m still amused that the record store had Bill Hicks but not Andrew Dice Clay or Dennis Leary or any of the comics I’m used to thinking of as ‘big name’.]

Trading emails with lots of interesting people lately.

Am starting to aquire a bit of a fuck-it attitude towards everything. Not so much apathy as lack of concern. I’m working harder than I’ve worked for a long time, juggling many balls, tossing off emails, and unconcerned. It’s nice to not have to worry about embarrassing anyone. [Well, I could worry about embarrassing me, but I’m slowly developing a immunity towards being embarrassed. About fscking time.]

A little superglue and my e-bay tape robot is ready to back up stuff. at $5 for 20 gigs, it even beats hard disks. 😉

Apparently my 3dm guess turned out to be right for what was sick in SoCal. That’s good and makes me a happy camper.

I’m getting the itch to go somewhere. I mean, Seattle is beautiful and worthy of hanging out in, but..

I played a open mic on monday at the chai place on 45th between neptune and university. Seemed to go well. Who can tell?

Tory’s coming over tonight, so I better run downstairs and reconnect some of the things I’ve disconnected.

And, P.’s games night is tonight, so I need to run up to the ave and take her Clue and whatnot. I might take one of the scooters, it’s been far too long since any of them have seen cycles..

My digikey parts came today, so that’ll be something else to mess around with. And Bruce has a UCM-II in my hands, and autopark is still about a quarter written, and Radio Shack is asking where their latest patch is, and arrrrghhhhhhhh!

On the other hand, I met the !PERSON WHO FOUNDED E-MU! last night. (e-mu, for those of you who don’t keep track, made the first commercial sampling equipment, thusly beginning the electronic music revolution.

Brig informs me, via code I wrote, that my birthday is in five days. I’m not even sure how old I’m going to be, but I know it’s too old. gotta slow this train down, it keeps spinning faster and faster..

This Yes CD, on the other hand, is wonderful. Makes me wish I had a joint in my hand.. but alas, too much work, no time to slack.

No time to keep writing journal entries for that matter 😉

Hope you all are well, my LJ friends.

6 Responses to “I’ve seen all good people turn their heads each day..”

  1. goamaki Says:

    you had an open mic and didn’t tell me? *tsk tsk.
    Which Oakey did you buy?

  2. sheer_panic Says:

    Bunkka – and yes, I’ve been doing open mics more and more, trying to get used to playing in front of other people. Didn’t think you’d be interested.. I wasn’t playing electronica 😉

    But I will definately tell you if I ever get my attempt to create a ‘open inputs’ session going.

    I think there are a lot of spaces for rent, maybe I should just rent a space, do a call for musicians, and list it as a free party. 😉

  3. irisdragonfly Says:

    I’m getting the itch to go somewhere. I mean, Seattle is beautiful and worthy of hanging out in, but..

    I am at the very least worth a trip to visit…….

  4. goamaki Says:

    guess you don’t know me very well then. I go to non-electronic shows as often as I can. sheesh! 😛

  5. sheer_panic Says:

    [smiles] No, I didn’t know. I’ll be sure to let you know next time I do one.. 😉


  6. rarkrarkrark Says:

    28 😛

    and happy birthday (early, because I’ll be at the farm on your actual birthday, and net access is a little thin there)

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