Mom: Hi guys! In Concordia at the Legion. Trav, Kayla is here - 2 kids, married lives in Clyde.
Me: What the fuck? This isn't Facebook.
Trav: Mom. In Omaha. Dude here. No kids, on bath salts, lives in the alley.
Me: Mom. Still at apt. Eating a cracker. It is good. From Whole Foods, super grainy.
Trav: Hey guys. Sitting on couch now. Picked a nose hair. Long and black. Thick too.
Me: I like those. I decided to brush my teeth after that delicious cracker. Hope to purchase some barley infused liquids soon at an establishment with excellent organized sound.
Trav: Same here. Come to Omaha.
Me: Come here. We'll hit the Zoo.
Trav: What? Nose hairs?
Trav: I'm confused by mom's response.
Me: It's perfect.
(2 hours later)
Trav: Mom, are you high?
Mom: No, just hanging with an old and very good friend.
Me: I'm going to bed, duders.
Mom: Me too.
Trav: There's a shopping cart in my living room.
Music Connects Us All
That Jewish Girl I Know: Just heard a reggae song about mailboxes and it made me sympathize with you and those country music songs you have listen to at work about soup.
Me: So you're still in DC?
Me: Told someone I was in a band last night. The name of the band: Eagle Bear Lion Fire.
Zqch: Songs of the confused Native Americans.
Me: Destined to go ceramic. Certified "glazed pottery."
Me: I might blog this short exchange. Give me a title.
Zqch: Peace Pipe Organ, Dances with Pottery, Songs in the Cherokee of Insanity, Single Tear Productions.
Zqch: The genre is Adobe.
Zqch: The electronic sub genre is referred to as Teepee.
Me: Keep this up. I'm listening to shitty jazz and drinking a beer.
Me: I have emerged from my work/moving slumber. At Yia Yia's sucking brew.
Tott: Good to hear. I'll be down there in awhile. How long you stayin' downtown?
Me: Not sure, but at least a few hours. Depends on how things roll. I keep it fluid.
Tott: Done. I'll be heading down around 10. Let's meet up.
Me: Word to my aunt.
Rolling Stone talks to CSP
Stone: Everyone seems to be excited for this box set.
Stone: Where was it recorded?
CSP: All live material at the Stone Arch Bridge.
Stone: Never heard of that. What type of venue is it?
CSP: A stone arch bridge.
CSP: It's a bridge... made of stone.
CSP: It's cool. It's a landmark so there's no traffic.
Stone: Oh, okay. How big of an arena, audience size?
CSP: None. We didn't sell any tickets.
Stone: There's 6 hours worth of material in this set.
CSP: Yeah, it was epic. Awesome show.
Stone: So how long did it take to record?
CSP: 6 hours.
Stone: What the.
CSP: We rocked it in one take.
CSP: Buy it. Peace, love, boners.