Well, it's friggin' nine o'clock and I'm finally getting around to writing in this thing. I'm just exhausted, it's been a long weekend. Emotionally and physically draining. I'm pretty much caught up though, right? Well last night was a fun time. Met up with Julie and a few of her friends, Charlie, Sarah, the regulars were all there. We hung out at Horseshoe on Lincoln. http://metromix.chicagotribune.com/barsandclubs/64686,1,7241881.venue It was a really cool place.
It took me like two minutes to figure the sink/faucets out. It was pretty amusing, I've a got a few more pics up in my galleries, you know the drill. Anyway, it was a good time, actually heard a lot of stories about the scene in Chicago. Julie's boyfriend is the lead singer for the now defunct Stripping the Pistol, a good friend of theirs is the lead singer for Leftsetter, and there was another guy there who's done photography for almost every band imaginable. I'm pissed because I can't remember the guy's last name, his name is Gene and I recognized him from a lot of shows, damnit. Awell, anyway the place is really cool, I'm going to try to bring the crew there one of these days. I swear I had the best Mac and Cheese of my life there last night, heh. Played a little pool, sucked as usual, but I won by default. Two greatest words in the English language De-Fault! De-Fault! Eh, had a few shots of jager with Jules, listened to a few good stories, (wish I could have recorded them) and a few Jack and Cokes. Before long I ended up closing that place out. Unreal. They played Anchorman, Harold and Kumar..., and The Royal Tenebaums while we there. The whole NBA All Star Game too. Fawk. I ended up spending about 150 this weekend. Ugh. Hit Hamilton's, Mullen's, the Mark (twice), and Horsehoe. Long weekend.
Didn't do much except recover today, had a nice conversation on the phone, and messed around on here. Updated circadian_shots and played a little X-Box. Nothing special, hmm, it seemed like I had a bunch to write about, but I guess not so much. Couple of quickies about yesterday, Simpsons was pretty funny, I found it amusing when he wrote something like "that guy with the red car". My brother and I describe our neighbors that way, "the Durango guy", "the one with the pick up", etc. Also on Malcolm Hal and Lois fight over the bed, etc. it's a long story but something that I think Hal says sums up marriage perfectly. Maybe soulmates, maybe your significant other, maybe love, but it seemed to hit it right on. "You know all of me, I know all of you."
Guess that's about it, as usual I have more questions than answers. I feel like I'm forgetting something. Hmm. Until next time I guess.