What a whirlwind of a week. I flew to Vegas for a trade show on Monday night and got back to MI around 10pm on Thursday. Yesterday was a haze of (long) meetings followed by Angels & Demons and a dinner that stretched on well past midnight.

I had every intention of going into the office today but that will have to wait until tomorrow. Today I am lazy. I slept until 10, now I'm going to watch SYTYCD followed by a run and dinner, tonight, at a friend's house.

What can I tell you? I finished Percy Jackson & The Last Olympian. LOVED IT. Someday, when the large stack of books to read gets a little smaller, I'll go back and re-read the whole series. Now I'm reading The Nine: Inside the Secret World of the Supreme Court by Jeffrey Toobin. The book is fantastic but it's almost overwhelming to learn just how many aspects of my life are in the judges hands once you get that peek behind the curtain at how they operate.

There's a great Star Trek vid to the Glee version of "Don't Stop Believin'" which, more than anything, solidifies the fact that I will never get enough of the Glee version of "Don't Stop Believin.'" :)

What else? Moonshot is updated with 18 recs for May:
8 Star Trek reboot
1 HP
1 West Wing
1 Criminal Minds
1 Big Bang Theory
1 wildly random femslash: Murphy Brown/Rachel Maddow

And, to round out this Saturday morning, here is a new photo of Mary McDonnell glowing as she always does. More photos are here.

Hello! Happy Saturday! I'm on a roll this weekend. Friends got me an hour session with the trainer who runs our boot camp so I did that last night. This morning I got up early to run and tomorrow is regular Sunday boot camp. I want Michelle Obama arms and Jillian abs. Please and thank you.

I got a hair cut after my run and then spent way too much money at Victoria's Secret. It was an accident! Last night I bought some bras on their website to avoid going in the store itself but the panties lured me in. They're so pretty and lacy and perfect. I even got this hoodie from their Pink Collegiate Collection. Forget that I'm not a U or M graduate. Living in A2 is apparently enough for me to drop $50 on a sweatshirt. Victoria's Secret is like crack. Seriously.

After the shopping splurge I went into work for a couple of hours and headed to Borders to spend my "40% off a book" coupon. I left with "Einstein’s Telescope: The Hunt for Dark Matter and Dark Energy in the Universe" by Evalyn Gates. Right now, I don't know much about dark matter/dark energy beyond it's abundance and importance. I came home to find a delivery: "In the Zone: Epic Survival Stories from the Mountaineering World" by Peter Potterfield.

Both of those books have to fall into the queue, though. Today I'm going to start "Star Trek Countdown" - a graphic novel prequel to the Star Trek movie and, after that, Waltz with Bashir: A Lebanon War Story is on the docket.

So, life is busy lately. I'm working a lot and wish I had just a bit more free time and bit less stress. I've had to walk away from some tv shows. There's just no time. By and large, I'm left with Criminal Minds, House, SPN, and Bones. At this point that's all I can manage and I miss reading fic more than I miss Kings or Dollhouse.

It seems, this week, I'm self medicating with my credit card. In addition to everything I already mentioned, I also bought Amy Ray's three solo albums: Stag, Prom, and her newest, Didn't It Feel Kinder. They're awesome. I can't believe this is the first time I've ever listened to her solo stuff.

There's a fantastic NPR interview with Amy here. It's from February and includes a long interview and three song performances. I wish this was available via podcast so I could take it with me. Even more, I wish that the songs were available to download. I'm sure there's some way to rip the audio but it's well beyond my skill level.

Moonshot is updated with the 7 stories I loved in April:Moonshot is updated for April with 7 recs:
2 Criminal Minds
1 Bones
1 SPN/Watchmen

And there's a finally a release date for The Road! October 16th!! FINALLY!

Now I'm ready to tackle the Star Trek GN before heading to a friend's house for dinner. This is a nice weekend.
I don't know if this is out everywhere already but, when I heard Ciara's "Love, Sex, Magic," I recognized the song from a demo Justin did last year. His version is better. :)

JT - "Love, Sex, Magic." - megaupload link

ETA: Thanks to prompting from [ profile] timberho, I've now seen the video for "Love, Sex, Magic." HOT DAMN. Ciara may have to work for it with her tight outfits and bendy moves but Justin just has to stand there to exude sex. Jesus.

My friend Jess is leaving Ann Arbor for a new job in Chicago so we had a goodbye dinner in the form of (many) martinis on Friday night. Yesterday I went to work for four or five hours and then made a point to redefine "lazy." This morning, I met my friend and his daughter for breakfast and had every intention of going to 2pm boot camp until I saw a text, at 9:55am, asking where I was. It turns out book camp moved to 10am and I missed the e-mail. :( I went for a run instead but it's not the same. My body misses it's usual Sunday evening ache.

I just finished Jim Tabor's Forever on the Mountain. The book recounts the 1967 Denali Wilcox expedition disaster - 7 of the 12 climbers died on the mountain. This is the first non-Everest based climbing book I've read and it's definitely got me juiced about Denali. Many thanks to [ profile] kaelie for the recommendation! Next up, I'm finally digging into Neal Stephenson's Cryptonomicon. It's been in my pile for a while but it's so long. An 1100 page book is a commitment. I also have some new climbing books on my "to read" list: Krakauer's Eiger Dreams and Peter Potterfield's In the Zone: Epic Survival Stories from the Mountaineering World.

I'm watching "The Day After Tomorrow" and Jake is wearing a Michigan shirt. *g* Somewhat related, at least in state spirit, Michigan State made it to the NCAA Finals! There are going to be a lot of happy people at work tomorrow. Hopefully their mood is even more elated on Tuesday!

What else? Moonshot is updated with 6 little recs for March:
1 Criminal Minds
1 Numb3rs
My neighbors have a truck attached to a trailer full of junk. It is the full length of my house/front yard and the park it in front of my house even when there are no cars parked in front of their house. WHAT THE FUCK? They did this last spring/summer and it irked the hell out of me then, too. You don't want your house obstructed so you park in front of mine? I'd say something but these are the same neighbors out at 10pm and 7am with a snow blower clearing my sidewalk and driveway. I feel like can't ask them to move the truck without coming across like an ungrateful twat. It drives me CRAZY, though. I'm almost at the point where I don't care about their damn snow blower. Park the monstrosity in front of your own house.

There's an open house at my house today from 1pm- 3pm. They're going to have to move the truck for that. I'm just waiting until a respectable time to call. *grrrrr* I think I'm going to take to sporadically parking my own car in front of my house so they can't leave it there. Passive aggressive, thy name is Saturn.

ETA: I've got it! I can reasonably ask them not to park the truck in front of my house because I can have potential buyers in any day and I need to leave the front of the house unobstructed. Score! They have to comply graciously.

In less irritating news, Moonshot is updated with eleven recs for February. I've had this version of my recs site up for 2 years now and, with this batch of recs, I passed the 1,500 mark. Hahaha. 1,500 recs. SGA is in the lead with 435 followed by HP with 343, SPN with 334 and SG-1 with 164.

This month's roundup:
1 SG-1
1 West Wing
1 SPN/Time Traveler's Wife

I have a relatively unambitious day planned. A friend canceled dinner plans so I'll head to the gym during the open house and that, gloriously, is it. It's a weekend of sloth.
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( Feb. 1st, 2009 01:14 pm)
I had one too many drinks last night which made 8:30am breakfast plans PAINFUL. Ugh, ugh, ugh. After breakfast, we went to our friends' daughter's 2nd birthday party. Two year olds are cute but their toys are very, very noisy.

Last night at dinner I told my friends I'd join them today at 2pm for Boot Camp. Their gym is small and gorgeous (and expensive) and I'm going to do my best not to bitch about Bally's the entire time I'm there.

Did I mention that my dinner party went swimmingly on Friday night? I'm really glad I did it. It was great to relax with my team and hopefully everyone appreciated the invite. If nothing else, we have a whole host of new embarrassing stories about each other.

Via [ profile] babygotbass - someone is cataloging all of Sheldon's shirts from The Big Bang theory. What a great idea! Sheldon's shirts are the best!

I don't have any plans for the Superbowl tonight which is a-okay by me. I haven't finished a book in almost two months and I'm envisioning getting into bed early with The Age of Entanglement. I'm rooting for the Cardinals, though. Personally, I don't care but there are all sorts of fun things that will happen in my professional world if the Cardinals win.

Moonshot is updated with 13 recs for January:

1 SG-1
1 HP

PS. I've watched this clip from Friday's BSG at least 50 times in the past 24 hrs. &hearts &hearts &hearts &hearts &hearts
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( Jan. 1st, 2009 11:53 am)
Happy New Year! Welcome to 2009! I was incredibly lazy last night. In fact, I think I was asleep by 10:30pm and I slept straight through until 9:30 this morning. I needed a break.

A friend is coming over this afternoon for omelets and mimosas and some lazing about. I probably should have taken tomorrow as a vacation day but at least it will be quiet at work and, tomorrow night, I'm cooking dinner for my friends Mike & Drew and Drew's boyfriend Paul. Lasagna!

This is the first year since 2001 that my family isn't going on a winter cruise. :( It's the right decision given the economy and the fact that they'd charge my sister full price for Chase but I'm starting to feel restless. I always appreciated the vacation itself but I don't think I fully appreciated how nice it was to get away for a week every year until now. As soon as I sell that damn place in Florida I'm planning a Mediterranean cruise.

Moonshot is updated with 9 recs for December:
4 SG-1
1 Dr. Who
1 Big Bang Theory
1 Appaloosa

I'm halfway through season five of The L Word and, in a recent episode, I saw "Kelly McGillis" listed as a guest star. It took me three full episodes to realize which actress is Kelly McGillis and it only finally clicked because I heard her speak without seeing her face. Did you know that Top Gun was released TWENTY THREE years ago? Wtf? Twenty three years!?! I don't think I've seen McGillis in anything since then (maybe Witness. when was that released?) and I was still expecting to see the Kelly McGillis who lost that loving feeling.

I don't think I've posted about my fantastic weekend in Chicago with [ profile] carta and [ profile] kiffle. So much fun! (Though I can't take them anywhere fancy. :p ) There was burlesque and deep dish pizza and Dr. Horrible and SO MUCH JUNK FOOD. Seriously. I think I ate an entire bag of jalapeno potato chips dipped in cheese sauce. I don't know what came over me. Perhaps it was fun and alcohol. Regardless, YUM. Plus there was mulled wine and Godiva hot chocolate with butter shots. Mmmmmm.

That's my story. I should probably clean up a bit before Kathy gets here at 1pm.
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( Nov. 30th, 2008 05:31 pm)
Thanksgiving was eventful. There were two Thanksgiving dinners, lunch out with a college roommate, and my grandmother's 80th birthday party. The weekend also included pumpkin spice martinis. OMG YUM. I must make them myself. YUM.

(Friday night, when we were out drinking the pumpkin spice martinis, I was with my sister, brother-in-law, and my b-i-l's brother. Our waitress came over and said, "I'm sorry but I have to ask. Are you brothers & sisters? And you all dating?" Hahaha. I'm definitely not dating my sister's brother-in-law, who's married with a daughter, but I need to stop arguing that my sister and I look nothing alike.)

The adventure for the weekend came in two parts.

Part 1: I woke up Thursday with, what felt like, sandpaper in my eyes. I spent most of Thanksgiving day with tears running down my face and, on Friday morning, made my way to urgent care where the insightful doctor diagnosed me with an eye infection and gave me a prescription for MAGIC eye drops that fixed me right up.

Part 2: Friday morning, at 6am, my sister and brother-in-law woke up with a start, smelled smoke, and rushed downstairs to find the entire first floor of their house full of smoke. It must have been some kind of back flow from the fire we build that night. Whatever the cause (because the chimney guy couldn't find anything definitive) it was a stinky mess. I managed to sleep through the entire initial panic tucked in warm and cozy in my basement guest room. Yesterday, a disaster clean up crew spent 7 hours cleaning their house from top to bottom.

Now I'm home, awake from a 2 hour nap, and watching LotR while I get ready for tomorrow.

Moonshot is updated with 24 recs for November:
14 SPN
3 HP
2 SG-1
1 West Wing

PS. Here's Chase practicing one of many faces that manipulate us into doing his bidding.
My fascination with Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen continues so, Thursday night, I recorded Ashley on Letterman. She was there to promote their new book, Influence. I'm not quite sure how to describe the interview. Awkward? Uncomfortable? Boring? What I am sure of is that Ashley was mentally rolling her eyes through the entire thing.

Today is such a productive day! I trimmed the big bush (of grass) outside my house before it can turn to wheat* and take over the neighborhood. (*It may not turn into wheat but it certainly turns into a wheat like thing that spreads its grain in the winter wind.) I filled out the seller's disclosure docs and sales contract for my new real estate agent. I learned that I don't need a professional carpet cleaner to deal with the water stains from basement flood number 2 because a mixture of water and white vingar will do the trick. I completed round one of said carpet cleaning. I had a copy of my key made for the agent.

I also made it to the post office. Finally. The mail included:
1 Twilight calendar to [ profile] timberho
3 Twilight calendars to [ profile] lilysaid
1 chicken calendar to [ profile] cranberryink (If I come across one of the artistic calendars I'll send that, too.)
The Friday Night Knitting Club & Knit Two to [ profile] carta (FYI - Knit Two is autographed by the author on the title page.)
Stargate Continuum to [ profile] rossetti

And it's Moonshot update time. Moonshot is updated with 15 recs for October:
3 SG-1
2 HP
2 Appaloosa
1 Torchwood
1 Firefly/Torchwood

I really enjoyed the Firefly/Torchwood crossover. It's Mal/Jack and it works.

I have nothing else planned for the day. *bliss* I think I will read and snuggle with Sally. My weekend run will have to wait for tomorrow.
I picked up The Road yesterday afternoon and literally sat still until I was through. As far as I'm concerned, this is the post-apocalypse novel. I fully expected McCarthy's writing style to turn me off but I was mesmerized by the imagery and the emotion he invokes. He's a master of language. If you haven't already, read this book.

Full review )

I'm so excited to see Viggo play the Father in the film. He's perfect for the part and, now, I'm looking forward to the movie as much for his sake as for the telling of the story itself.

Moonshot is updated with 32 recs for September:
11 SPN
3 Dr. Who
3 House
2 West Wing
1 SG-1
1 Bones

I also added a category for femslash so that fic is easier to find. There are only five stories under that tag but I love them all.

With three films out between September and November, there's a ton of Viggo media around these days. Here's some recent print and video media:
  • Interview for [video]
  • At the Appaloosa premiere [video: sound starts around 24 sec]
  • At the Good premiere at the Toronto Film Festival [video]
  • Early Show interview [video]
  • Viggo Mortensen looks beyond Hollywood: Artist, poet, musician - Viggo Mortensen, who played Aragorn in the 'Lord of the Rings' trilogy, tells John Hiscock why he'd be happy to abandon his film career
  • Viggo’s a man of his word on and off set
  • Viggo Mortensen Talks 'Appaloosa': Viggo Mortensen describes why he was apprehensive about starring in a Western, visiting concentration camps to prepare for 'Good,' and the intensity of filming 'The Road.'

    Last night I was the only family member absent from Rosh Hashanah dinner at my mother's house so we pulled out the webcams. It was great! Everyone passed the laptop around and it was that much more impactful when my cousin told me he and his wife are expecting. \o/ I got to watch Chase play on his little mat thing and they taunted me with all of their great food while I ate my Lean Cuisine lemon pepper fish. It's not the same as being there but it's definitely the next best option.

    My last thought is this: Oscar de la Hoya is hot. I've only ever seen him in glimpses, most often when he's fighting, but he was on CNN this morning and he looked GOOD. Please, Mr. de la Hoya, keep your opponent's gloves away from that pretty face of yours.

    I have nothing on my agenda for the day. I think I'll go watch Iron Man.
  • I had a pre-sale code for the Detroit SYTYCD show and ended up with 4th row seats. \o/ I'm going with a friend from work and his partner and we're going to bask in the full glory that is this year's top 10. (Though Danny is my forever #1.)

    Last night I cooked dinner for two friends and we made our way through three bottles of red and a bottle of desert wine laughing and laughing and laughing. (Sadly, I just ate leftovers for breakfast and my stomach is about to rebel on me. In the moment, it seemed like the perfect hangover food.)

    Around 11:15, we got a ride over to the closest Borders store to witness the midnight release of Breaking Dawn. By 10 to midnight, there were about 350 teenage girls twitching with nervous energy and excitement. I'm not a fan of the series but it was a lot of fun to see all of these girls busting at the seams to get their hands on a book. (For the record, I say screw Team Jacob and Team Edward and join Team Carlisle. Mmmmmm.)

    Lovecat pointed me to this fantastic video of Adam Pascal and Anthony Rapp performing "What You Own" on GMA yesterday morning. It's one of my favorite songs from RENT and they're still so good at it. *loves*

    I went to bed too late and got up too early so I'm going to try to make this morning productive before I nap. Aside from finishing up my prep for Terminus, I have two episodes of SGA and one of Mad Men to catch up on.

    ETA: I forgot about my moonshot update for July. Moonshot is updated with 37 recs for July:

    10 Dr. Who
    9 SGA
    5 SG-1
    5 SPN
    2 Iron Man
    2 Torchwood
    1 BSG
    1 Bones
    1 Bones/House
    1 Dr. Who/Torchwood
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    ( Jul. 1st, 2008 07:48 am)
    Moonshot is updated with 18 recs for June including:
    8 SPN recs
    7 SGA recs
    2 Iron Man recs
    1 Iron Man/Dr. Who crossover

    Big presentation at work today. Despite doubts going into the weekend, I'm prepared and ready (though we'll see if I feel that way come 3pm and, more directly, at 5pm when I'm through). After that it's dinner out and Hancock. I have complete faith in Will Smith to deliver me a fast, fun summer movie.
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    ( Jun. 1st, 2008 06:26 pm)
    Moonshot has been updated with 26 recs for May:

    9 SPN
    6 SGA
    4 Torchwood
    1 BSG/Dr. Who crossover
    1 SGA/Bourne Identity crossover
    1 BSG/West Wing crossover
    1 SG-1
    1 Harry Potter
    1 Bones
    1 Iron Man
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    ( Apr. 30th, 2008 07:44 pm)
    [ profile] princessofg wrote new first time Jack/Daniel fic set post season 5's "The Warrior": Debriefing. I will always be a sucker for well written first time J/D fic.

    Also fic related, Moonshot is updated with 22 recs for April:
    8 SGA
    6 SPN
    5 Torchwood
    2 SG-1
    1 SG-1/SGA crossover

    On Friday night three friends are coming over for dinner and BSG. I'm cooking which means I need to find a recipe I can handle and shop for food tomorrow evening. I'm totally intimidated by cooking but I want to entertain more often because I'm so frequently the guest, rather than the host, and hosting more often means cooking more often. It's probably a good for me.

    Nearly three weeks from Memorial Day, I'm are starting to prepare for a Memorial Day extravaganza with [ profile] kiffle, [ profile] cranberryink, [ profile] lilysaid, [ profile] carta, and [ profile] anamchara!! I'll have a house full of five of my favorite people and make my very first phone call to New Zealand. \o/

    Today was day 2 of week 3 of my C25K running program. I'm used to cardio workouts but I'm trying not to push the program too much since I'm not a runner so, today, instead of just two sets of 1:30/1:30/3:00/3:00 run/walk cycles, I added a five minute run to the end. I've also found that listening to podcasts while I run is the best way to make my way through the workout. It's easy to manage the timing and I'm so engrossed in the podcast the time flies by. Today was the BSG, "Six of One" podcast. I love Ron Moore's commentary.

    I also have a new awesome and motivating tank top to run in! Thank you, [ profile] kiffle!! And, [ profile] cranberryink, I hear I have you to thank for the design. It's perfect. :)

    Here's a quick poll. Please indulge me:
    [Poll #1180505]
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    ( Apr. 2nd, 2008 07:54 am)
    Moonshot is updated with 46 recs for March:

    17 Torchwood
    12 SPN
    10 SGA
    5 crossovers (2 SPN/Torchwood, SPN/Indiana Jones Torchwood/Firefly, Torchwood/Journeyman)
    2 SG-1
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    ( Mar. 1st, 2008 11:19 am)
    Moonshot is updated with 34 recs for February:

    15 SGA
    11 SPN
    6 Torchwood
    1 SGA/SG-1 xover
    1 SGA/Firefly xover

    New s4 BSG promo!!! There are some second long clips that have me dying for more. Five weeks...five weeks...five weeks...

    It was a rough week at work with issues, and accountability, that will continue into next week. I'm trying to disconnect as much as I can this weekend. Maybe it's time to finally dig into the Boston Legal and Babylon 5 DVDs I borrowed from friends ages ago.
    Oh, beautiful television! Beautiful internet! It was touch and go for a while with the cable guy but my service is restored. Joy! Bonus joy was coming home from work to find my driveway snow blown. (Snow blown? Is that right?) I called my neighbors immediately to thank them and will deliver a Shell gas card as thanks tomorrow. They're awesome.

    So the snow came and dumped about 5 inches by me overnight but it was few enough inches that I was able to get to work in time for my early meeting. Tonight the snow plow will hit my block and, in the morning, I'll have to dig out the entrance to my driveway but that's exponentially better than digging out my entire driveway. I love my neighbors.

    Tomorrow I'm off to see There Will Be Blood with some friends. I've never seen Daniel Day Lewis in anything but, with all the buzz and the awards he's winning, I expect to be wowed.

    It's February 1 and I have a Moonshot update for January.

    56 new recs are here:
    19 SPN
    14 SGA
    6 Sports Night
    5 BSG
    4 Harry Potter
    3 Bones
    1 SG-1
    1 SGA/SG-1 crossover
    1 BSG/West Wing crossover
    1 SPN/Firefly crossover
    1 4400

    Now I need to catch up on last night's SPN. Reading my friends list today was one big scroll past cut tags.

    ETA: Baby Giraffe Video!! Thanks to [ profile] aproposofnothin for the link. SO CUTE.
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    ( Jan. 1st, 2008 10:33 am)
    Moonshot has been updated with 51 recs for December:

    27 SPN
    10 Harry Potter
    7 SGA
    5 SG-1
    1 Bones
    1 Brothers & Sisters
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    ( Dec. 1st, 2007 10:02 am)
    I've been awake for 20 minutes and I have 6 tabs open with fic to read which means it's officially holiday fic fest season!

    I love days when everyone is flailing over an episode of tv. SGA FOR THE WIN.

    More on 'Miller's Crossing' )

    sheafrotherdon wrote a perfect little coda to the episode here

    I have to straighten up and I should really get my ass to the gym this morning. It's so difficult to get my ass moving, though, on days when I don't have plans until afternoon or evening.

    ETA: It's December and I come with 46 recs from November all here at Moonshot.

    31 SPN recs
    6 HP
    4 SGA
    1 SG-1
    1 West Wing
    1 BSG
    1 SPN/Criminal minds crossover
    1 SGA/BSG crossover
    Moonshot is updated for October with 36 new recs:
    20 SPN recs
    8 SGA
    4 HP
    1 SG-1
    1 SGA/SG-1 crossover
    1 West Wing
    1 BSG

    I loved all of those stories but, off the bat, the SG-1 fic, Bend Low Towards The Dirt by surreallis, really sticks out in my mind. It's post-apocalypse Jack/Cameron and it's all about loss and recovery.

    It's been a tough week at work at the same time it's also been a rewarding week at work. I'm ready for the weekend with plans to see American Gangster on Saturday afternoon and then the SYTYCD tour on Saturday night. Sunday, sadly, I'll be at work from 8am- 11am but at least the rest of the day is salvageable.

    The decision for tonight is which to watch live: SPN or CSI.
    I picked up a copy of Alison Krauss and Robert Plant's collaboration, "Raising Sand", and it is sublime.

    Here are three tracks to wet your whistle and, hopefully, motivate you to pick up the entire album. Their voices blend together in a way I couldn't imagine until I heard it for myself and, throughout the album, they so clearly draw on their unique influences to drive the sound. Sublime.

    I. Rich Woman

    II. Gone Gone Gone (Done Moved On)

    III. Please Read The Letter

    Here's a great Behind the Scenes "Making Of" video.

    I also picked up Reba's duets album which I love but not in quite the same way I love "Raising Sand." Here's her track with Justin: The Only Promise That Remains

    And, finally, for good old fashioned fun, a track off Britney's new album: Piece of Me

    Please comment if you download. Feel free to share the files but do not share the links. I track that kind of stuff. I'm still regularly finding porn sites with direct links to my Tricia Helfer Playboy scans. (In fact, one of my greatest internet pleasures is changing up the images behind those specific URLs so the porn thieves are stuck looking at Mickey Rooney instead.)

    For shits and giggles, I created an RSS feed for Moonshot: [ profile] moonshot_recs. I honestly can't imagine there's much use for it but I wanted to understand how LJ RSS feeds work and Moonshot is what I thought of first.


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