This is what it looks like today, April 20th, at my folk's house in the upper peninsula of Michigan. This is the backyard.
Note to self: must win lottery and buy elderly parents new house in warm climate.
I would, however, keep this house ready and stocked with food and weapons in case of a Zombie Apocalypse. All that cold makes the zombies slow and easy to dispatch.
You know what you get after watching eight episodes of B5 in a row? Dreams about Vorlons.
There's a new coffee machine system we're trying at the office and because I'm so very tired, I tried the espresso. Not bad. But even though I rarely drink coffee it's not really perking me up. My system processes coffee at a million miles an hour but still hangs on to carbohydrates I ate four years ago. Stupid metabolism.
I downloaded the new Green Day single and I can't stop playing it. I'm very much looking forward to the album, but I'm not very happy with the marketing being done by Warner Brothers. I pre-ordered the album some weeks ago. After that pre-order there was an offer for a super-mega version with cool booklets and other stuff. I don't really care about the packaging, but many people had already ordered a copy when they would've preferred the expanded version. What cheeses me is that if pre-ordred on I-Tunes, there are bonus tracks. Will the original cd pressing have any bonus tracks? I don't know, but I'm rather pissed that WB is milking this and fucking with a very loyal fanbase.
How I wish Lookout Records had kept their shit together and not defaulted on their roylaties to Green Day. I'd happily buy the vinyl version from them and be done with it, but the label burned their bridges with the band and I'm stuck with Warner Bros. shennaigans.