Señor Grumblecakes (jervo) wrote,
Señor Grumblecakes
jervo

jdixon and I agreed last night that Jack Black and Denis Leary won't be featured on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire until the very last episode, and by that point we will be choking on our own vomit. Just because they have "funny people" as guests doesn't make it any easier to watch. Regis is almost Dick Clark-like in his creepiness, maybe more so.

I was able to fix my sampler last night (here's exactly what I did - I unplugged my patch cords, and then plugged them back in), so I'm back in business. I've got one, maybe two new songs for next week's show, which is pretty good considering how little attention I'd been paying to music over the last month.

Speaking of next week, I'm seeing Jane's Addiction on Monday night. Wow. Although, at 70 bucks a ticket, they'd better rock my fucking socks off, or else I'm gonna call up the D and have Jack Black stomp all over Perry.

It's been a few weeks now, but JB's rant in "Inward Singing" still cracks me up.
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