It's these businesses that are hiring undocumented workers, business that the right-wing seems intent on shielding from their consequences. It's been such a long process, and while I mostly had a good time working on it, I'm glad it's over. Our friend Dave came over, and started watching Michael Palin's Around The World in 80 Days. But I feel this is really important to take a look at.A lot of people in the Gulf Coast are in a really, really bad shape right now with this whole Hurricane business.
I'm downloading the mixes right now and we'll be sending those along to Jeff over at Peerless to get the damn thing mastered this week.
People won't be able to return to their homes for at least one or two months, if there's anything to return to. All the door money collected will be donated to the United Way's Hurricane Katrina Response Fund (more info on donating below). Saw a lot of familiar faces at Ralph's, and met some new people (didn't see Maryanne, a bummer, but Eric the bartender was super cool). After the first day was under our belts, I was really glad to be in New York again for a stretch longer than a couple of hours.
Apart from being the wizard responsible for making Fan The Fury sound like unicorns making love to rainbowsa€”or a double rainbowa€”he's also responsible for sending me a kickass coffee mug for Christmas a year or two ago. The last time we were there for an extended period was during the recording sessions for Fan The Fury.
If you think this is shameless, then please read this blog post by Amanda Palmer who has similar thoughts on the subject. As if the world needed another fucking flaccid "Hot Adult Contemporary" station that features Nickelback on their homepage. Much as I love the city, I don't think I'd ever be able to live there for longer than a month.
If you've already pledged and have been spreading the word to your friends, thank you thank you thank you.
It's a known fact that Nickelback sucks, and if you like Nickelback then your musical tastes probably suck too.And yes, there have been moments where I tune to 'BCN and groaned at the sounds of Red Hot Chili Peppers or Sublime or even Pearl Jam (you too, FNX!), but that's not the point.
The stress of trying not to get run over by taxis would surely do me in before the cabbies do.The Glasslands show (aka The Showcasea„?) went well.
Like FNX, and WAAF, WBCN was part of a communitya€” hell, this news broke on WFNX and its affiliate The Phoenix. Although I was one of the lucky ones, I knew kids who literally lost the roof over their heads, and nearly their lives.
Later on, we were informed of a Mexican restaurant on Bedford Ave (LA Superior?) that was astoundingly good.
I knew others whose entire community was completely wiped out of existence.But this isn't a pity party, and this certainly isn't about me. I can't speak for anyone else, but I hadn't eaten all day and that burrito hit the spot like nobody's business.
On the topic of Mexican food, I found out through Jen that Anna's Taqueria and Boca Grande (two delicious establishments in their own right) are owned by feuding Japanese siblingsa€”shattering the fervent stereotype that Japanese folks can't make a good taco.We crashed in Brooklyn with our friend Miah, from The Ramblers. Most of you, like myself, are hurting for money (who isn't these days, eh?), so all I ask is to do what you can.
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