February 11th, 2009

nova, spectres

weather confusion

It's 54 degrees outside and sunny. I've got the patio door open in my office. This less than a week after frigid temperatures and snow and ice on the ground.

I am so confused.

Today's goal is to write Spectres a lot........
  • Current Music
    "Heavy Water" by Jethro Tull

Schott's Miscellany 10 February 2009

Arthur Miller's play Death of a Salesman premiered in New York City (1949)


John Philip Sousa's 1896 composition "The Stars and Stripes Forever!" (noted for its elaborate piccolo part) is the US National March. Sousa declared that "march music is for the feete, not for the head" and that "a march speaks to a fundamental rhythm in the human organization and is answered. A march stimulates every center of vitality, wakens the imagination." (It was falsely suggested that the composer fabricated his surname so that it would include the letters USA.)

Work is the grand cure of all the maladies and miseries that ever beset mankind.
Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881)
  • Current Music
    "Spiral" by Jethro Tull
wee krad, South Park Keith, South Park Keith #2

snurched from popfiend & booraven22

You Are FAQ

For you, the internet is like your personal library. And you know more facts than fifty normal humans.

Your brain is basically lot a computer at this point. You have a lot of information stored up there.

You spend hours looking up obscure information and learning things. If you have question, you always Google it.

You can't help but be a bit of a know-it-all. You can answer everyone's frequently asked questions.

Feh. I wanted to be WTF......
  • Current Music
    "Why Aye Man" by Mark Knopfler