Last night I saw one of my best friends John Craigie perform at Molly Malone’s – man it was the best I’ve ever heard him. He even busted out the banjo and it was one of my favorite songs of the night. I also got to catch up with some old classmates that I haven’t seen in about 10 years, and I’m looking forward to hanging out and playing guitar with John in our old stomping grounds later this week.
Live Free or Die Hard was actually pretty cool, and really fun.
Orbo is disappointing… my hope meter is running at about 3.7%…
I skipped out on Comic-Con this year and opted to visit my parents, get some work done, test a silk-screen printer with my dad, and finish up the final Harry Potter instead. Book 7 was way better than 5 and 6, but I wish the book ended about 30 pages before it’s real ending. At one point, I was like “that is powerful,” but then the situation immediately changed into a more canned, happily-ever-after scenario. Oh well, it was still very good. Everyone’s back in the studio after their long weekend at the Con, getting back to business. Good to have them back.
Now we have to find a place to move (yet again)… so the hunt continues.
Happy late birthday Ben – I am still hunting for an appropriate gift… something simple simply won’t do.
The Process show at Nucleus has a certain mood that I can’t describe, but I can show:
On a related note, the Nucleus system is almost ready to go live; some testing and inventory updates remain, then we’re gold! After that, it’s time to start phase 2 of the project and get the new website up (which I’m most excited about).
Side note: where have all the human beings carrying a conscience run off to? The more I hear about people’s behavior, the more I feel trapped in a circus of other people’s weaknesses, spinning. My hope-for-more-people-with-integrity meter is also at a shameful 2%. I’m lucky to be surrounded by some of the remaining few. My hope-for-good-hard-work-impacting-one’s-karma-level meter is a solid 74%, so… back to work!