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Sunday, May 31, 2009


You know, if there's one thing I can't stand, it's an "Apology Blog." You know the kind, where every entry is the same, "I'm sorry I haven't written, but I've just been so busy..." I hate that.


I'm sorry I haven't written, but I've just been so busy.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

I'm a delinquent

I miss blogging. I miss writing. I miss reading other people's blogs. I miss the whole thing.

I apologize for my absence. Work has been hectic, to say the least, and that makes me happy. I'd much rather be busy than not!

Every morning I get a cup of food for the pooch, Zoey. I bend down and scoop the kiblets out of the bag... And every morning the smell makes me hungry. Why does that make me feel odd?

Friday, May 08, 2009

Video of the Knoxville Mission

You may remember that I wrote about a group of us Northwest Iowa American Legion Riders going to Knoxville, Iowa to escort the remains of seven "forgotten" soldiers to the Iowa Veteran's Cemetery (you can see the original post HERE)...

Here's a video that was sent to me of the group leaving the parking lot. I think I saw myself go past at the 6:44 mark.

You'll notice that there are rather a lot of bikes there, many people there to pay respects to the seven who had no family. I hope we were able to honor them...

Monday, May 04, 2009

Cat Yodeling

Takes a minute to warm up, but it's worth it.

Rock 'n Roll Lifestyle

Tripped over this old song by Cake the other day. It still rings true to me, somehow...

Well, your CD collection looks shiny and costly.
How much did you pay for your bad Moto Guzzi?
And how much did you spend on your black leather jacket?
Is it you or your parents in this income tax bracket?

Now tickets to concerts and drinking at clubs,
Sometimes for music that you haven't even heard of.
And how much did you pay for your rock 'n roll t-shirt
That proves you were there, that you heard of them first?

How do you afford your rock'n'roll lifestyle?
How do you afford your rock'n'roll lifestyle?
How do you afford your rock'n'roll lifestyle?
Ah, tell me.

How much did you pay for the chunk of his guitar,
The one he ruthlessly smashed at the end of the show?
And how much will he pay for a brand new guitar,
One which he'll ruthlessly smash at the end of another show?
And how long will the workers keep building him new ones?
As long as their soda cans are red, white, and blue ones.

Aging black leather and hospital bills,
Tattoo removal and dozens of pills.
Your liver pays dearly now for youthful magic moments,
But rock on completely with some brand new components.

How do you afford your rock'n'roll lifestyle?
How do you afford your rock'n'roll lifestyle?
How do you afford your rock'n'roll lifestyle?

Excess ain't rebellion.
You're drinking what they're selling.
Your self-destruction doesn't hurt them.
Your chaos won't convert them.
They're so happy to rebuild it.
You'll never really kill it.
Yeah, excess ain't rebellion.
You're drinking what they're selling.

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