Bruce (kor27) wrote,

  • Mood:

Night and Day

Last night was, well, it was... something.

A fairly slow night, as far as singers went - not quite as dead as last week, but still, we had 9 rounds before closing.

But when there's just a few of us, we get a little, well, silly. I'm trying to remember which happened first - Paul B. stripping to his boxers as Sarah sang "You Can Keep Your Hat On," or Susan interspersing "Stick in the ass!" in trivialt's rendition of "That's The Way I Like It."

That latter started no end of anal jokes. And modified songs.

After I closed down around 1:35, Kristin and mvmedic started doing quite a series of dance moves, mostly quite well synchronized. Every now and then bluize would jump in and do something fairly gymnastic. It was all quite something to watch.

Then I took Jasmine home, grabbed some Jack-in-the-Box, and went home myself. Then surfing, sleep, the usual.

Today I emailed the distributor back. I would have done it earlier, but I was trying to find my business license. This meant going through reams of unopened mail. Something I definitely needed to do - but not for that reason. After calling the city, it turns out they take 4-6 weeks to mail the licenses out.

Apparently the scribes can only illuminate so fast. I'd better be getting gold leaf.

My IRA distribution came in, so I should at least pay a couple of the more strident bills. I also need to pull myself together and head to Alameda.

  • Stuff

    I have another little batch of new songs, this time some requests, but also several that just seemed interesting. The track count is up to 24,153,…

  • Yet More

    I've added a significant chunk of new songs. Granted, quite a few are from "Kiss Me, Kate", but hey. Take a look. There are a few very old requests…

  • A Fair Chunk

    I've added a reasonable chunk of new songs, mostly requests, some of them quite old. Take a look! The track count is up to 24,083, and the unique…

  • Post a new comment


    default userpic

    Your IP address will be recorded 

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.