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April 30, 2004

Back to the Mothership

Hey, we're off to Minneapolis for a week of fun in the sun. I'll be at the EPA conference for a few days, and then we're spending a few more days in the Cities just hanging with family and friends.

Despite the fact that it's lame when people announce on their blogs when they're going to be "away," here I am do that very same, lame thing. Until I'm back home and blogging with regularity once again, try some of this:

  • Adoption / Abortion: Too Much Reality? Discuss ...
  • We achieved burnination!
  • If you're in Minneapolis and you want to hang out with us, go to the 2024 Records benefit show on Friday, May 7, at the Turf Club, and we'll see you there! (Even total strangers are welcome. Look for me: I will be one of the indie rock hipsters wearing a Strong Bad T-shirt.)
  • Even if you can't go to the rock'n'roll show in Minneapolis with us, ya'll need to go listen to the entire Romantica disc, It's Your Weakness That I Want, available online now!!! (it is so good ... wa-hoo! sweet to my soul ...)
  • More great music to listen to that's available free on the WorldWideWonderfulWeb Andy Squyres, Here Comes the Devastation (I listen to this all the time at work. Crazy good stuff ...)

    OK that's all for now. I'll try to post something next week, but I aint promisin' nothin'.

    Posted by Steve K. at April 30, 2004 10:23 PM

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    Quality music recommendations, Steve. I'm definitely tuning in.

    Posted by: kevin at May 1, 2004 02:05 PM

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