Monday, October 12, 2009

Que Pasa, U.S.A.?

I finished off the last post with a bit of a cliffhanger, and I know you've all been dying to find out the outcome, and the answer is yes, I was getting sick.

Today is the first day in a long time that I've gotten off work and don't have anyplace that I have to be. It's pretty awesome. So the show opened this past weekend, and it's up and running, and now I don't have to go every night and make sure it's running ok. Now my job turns into set and lighting designer for when the show moves indoors in about a month. Which will be a different kind of stressful, but at least I won't have to be somewhere every night.

On Saturday I got to spend the day with the Jeanners (we did a lot of sleeping), and it was awesome. It's pretty amazing how much of the general suckiness of late can be directly attributed to not spending enough time with the Jeanners. The remaining 30% of the general suckiness can be attributed to:
1. trying to buy a house.
2. the persistent smell of cigarette smoke.
3. crappy water pressure.

Saturday night we went to see Ira "Schmira" Glass at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). He gave a talk and it was pretty cool.

When I was in eighth grade, my Spanish teacher used to make us watch this show called Que Pasa, U.S.A.?. Every now and again the theme song gets stuck in my head like a mothafu@#a. Enjoy.

I realize that I've been doing a shitty job of documenting this portion of the life of D-Bone and J-Dog. In order to remedy that, I shall post some pics of Where We Live Now.

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