In the ever-evolving search for good names for things, we’re moving from Potential Band Names Found In Everyday Conversation to Potential Titles of Award-Winning First Novels Found in Everyday Conversation (PTOAWFNFIEC, for short). We were telling Shea about Rio Grande (he’d never eaten there) and he asked, “They have a lady in a taco there, right?” Yes, they do.
(I’m getting these here. Visit. Be happy.)
Profundity is actully pretty common in songs, I firmly believe. (Think of Bob Dylan. Enough said.) I’m discovering how much I love Neko Case, who can maybe be described as Patsy Cline channeling Tori Amos, with a killer steel guitar player. Not only can she belt, she writes her own songs. Check them out. This is from “I Wish I Was the Moon,” on Blacklisted.
“How will you know if you’ve found me at last?
‘Cause I’ll be the one with my heart in my lap”
And today, here’s a list of Potential Band Names Found in Everyday Conversation:
Orcas in Antarctica
Former Penal Colony
Endless Meat Parade
Horse Hooves and Goat Beans
(Oh yeah, you can check out The Website That Nearly Killed Us here: www.mytimeforce.com)
Until then, there’s Salinger.
And a little problem with a “fatal error” message with Dreamweaver, which means creativity has to wait while a site is recovered from screen shots and old files. The wacky agency life, indeed.
From the good old “Hapworth 16, 1924”:
He has a mother, however, a young divorcee with an exquisite, swanky face slightly ravaged by vanity and self-love and a few silly disappointments in life, though not silly to her, we may be sure.
I had a literary passage about painting, of all things, from Franny & Zooey, and was going to quote it extensively today, but forgot the book. It will probably still be relevant Monday, as the painting is going slower than I thought it would. (Although painting the ceiling twice might have something to do with it. On the up side, I do know how to use a paint roller now.) Anyway, continuing the second theme of the week, here are somre more horses. The littlest one is a palomino paint! I would call him Barney!