Here, have some video awesome. This is the Australian comedy group’s Axis of Awesome performing “Four Chord Song.” There is apparently more at http://axisofawesome.net but I haven’t looked there, yet, because I have to do stupid things like scrub green paint out of my hair before going to work.
Brief 1-second profanity near the end if you’re listening at work. (Slackers!)
After a day filled with code that didn’t work and deadlines that aren’t budging and phones that just didn’t stay quiet when I needed them to, I present this response to a question that was innocently asked but just irritated me: “What does modern quilting mean to you?”
If you go by date, I am a modern quilter, because I am doing a craft that my great-grandmother did, but I do it after a day of working on databases and writing code.
I’ve begun to suspect that there’s a new craze sweeping my gym, and quite frankly, I’d like to find out who started the craze so that I may kill them.I think of them as the Anti-Fan Nazis. They’re the people who come into the gym, turn off all the fans, and proceed to do a workout so light and easy I hesitate to even use the prefix work- in conjunction with it. Meanwhile, those of us who are working out, truly working out, are dying on the elliptical vine, drowning in our own sweat.
I know we covered this with breathless abandon over at geek-chick.net, but I couldn’t let another day go by without discussing Vanessa Carlton’s upcoming album on my site. For those of you who haven’t heard, you should take a look at Vanessa Carlton’s interview/blurb available at Rolling Stone. Let me start with a choice quote:
I realize that it’s cheeky of me to rant and ramp about the parenting choices of other people when spouse and I do not have children ourselves, but there are some decisions that just strike me as incredibly wrong, even from a childless person’s standpoint.
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