Monthly Archives: March 2010
My classroom is a corner store. Today, I struck a deal with a student. He is going to house his energy-drink selling operation in my classroom for a fee. God bless the school district’s restrictive vending machine practices, they are … Continue reading
Bands fronted by drummers are so rare for all the right reasons. I mean, the presence and the performance always lacks. Always. No exceptions. In fact, I challenge someone to prove me wrong. Do it. P.S. – I love Matt Cameron.
The Navy was on campus today. The band set up in the cafeteria. Free swag outside. Loud Top 40, of course. I can’t believe how much power such simple promotion has. Free Frisbee if you can do 6 pull-ups. C’mon, … Continue reading
This is how I feel today. The mood, the tone. I hate when others don’t pick up on you not being yourself. Or, even worse, when they want you to explain why you feel differently.
There is always one thing per day that bums me out. Not to the point where it ruins my disposition. It just lingers, floating above my head. I’m usually able to put it out of my mind, but when it … Continue reading
That twelve string is rockin’. Rockin’ in a good way, not Rockin’ in a Rockin’ Robin way. For some reason, I can’t give an excellent of what rockin’ in a good way is, but you will just have to take my word for it. When have I ever lead you astray? Never. Well, probably never.
One. More. Day. The kids in my class love to sing “Bad Romance”. Can’t stop. Won’t stop. Nothing I can do about it, but let them push it out of their little systems. I attempt to kill them off with … Continue reading
I’ve been listening to this album of Buddy’s all weekend. I had never seen this video, but I always knew that John Mayer could play. I don’t think that his work on this track was spot on, but it was a nice little rip. Buddy is king.
The rest of the world is on spring break. I am the only one still at war. I don’t know how you nine-to-five bastards handle it. Nothing to look forward to but two weeks off over the course of a … Continue reading