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Monday, November 08, 2004

Say, "Fear is a Man's Best Friend"

Song in my head:
"Fear is a Man's Best Friend" (written by John Cale) by Channels

I can't believe it, but I'm not too sore or stiff from the outdoor activities from yesterday. I feel fine.

Whenever this movie gets made, I will see this.

I haven't seen Friday Night Lights, but I think it's really cool that Explosions in the Sky did the score for it. Pitchfork has a review of it today.

Jim DeRogatis has a very cool article and interview with Charles Thompson aka Frank Black.

It happened again this morning: I got called Larry. Sometimes you think you say your name as clearly as possible, but it still doesn't come out like that. The first time I was called this was at a wedding in 1993. Until last year, nobody had called me that since then. In the last year, I've been called Larry five times. Sure, 'air' is the common sound but where do people get the 'el' and 'ee' from?

I made a new mix CD yesterday. 18 tracks including "The Day Brings" by Brad, "Trash" by Suede, "We Believe in Karma" by Piebald, "Home" by Leona Naess, "Rust" by Echo & the Bunnymen, "You Faded" by Chavez and Channels' version of John Cale's "Fear is a Man's Best Friend." Still need to make a mix CD of songs from Left of the Dial and Ben Folds three EPs.

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