Gut Rumbles

May 04, 2006

blown-star blodgers

I said I wasn't going to write any more about the Austin blog-meet, and I won't. I'm going to let other people do it.

she did.

So did she.

Of COURSE this guy did.

I knew that he would.

Heh. Even a canterbury tale. Sorta. Gotta work on the iambic pentameter, dude. You're dealing with an English major here.

I didn't get to talk with this guy much (A blogmeet is a moveable feast, kinda like a rolling doughnut...), but I'll rectify that problem, I hope, at the NEXT meet.

Here's the man who gave us the flaming chipmunks. Be forewarned: behind that apple-cheeked, beardless face lurks the mind of an instigator.

Hell, even this lovely gal managed to shake off her blog lethargy and post about it.

Even better, this guy rose from his death-bed to participate. I think he's allegric to blog meets, but he's tough. He can play hurt.

See some texas pitchers and a drive-by from Leslie.

Don't miss what this thrill-seeking stunt driver had to say. (Especially about ME, heh, heh. I love flattery! She's tall and pretty, with red toenails, and I'd like to shinny up her long legs and... never mind.)

You can stop by here and here for a father-daughter summation.

You can even see some pitchers here, but you kinda have to use your imagination because she doesn't know how to operate the flash on her camera.

There are more out there, but I'm about linked out now...


I'm with Bou! If you record Please Come To Boston, I could listen to it all day!

Posted by: oddybobo on May 4, 2006 10:33 AM

You just love torturing Livey don't ya? ;)
A teaser at heart, you remind me of my daddy.

Posted by: Lisa on May 4, 2006 10:42 AM

It was my mistake for not talking with you more when I had the chance. I didn't know you'd turn in so early both nights, so I waited too long and then you were gone. I'll make up for it next time, for sure. Thanks again for coming down to our little part of the world and I hope you'll come back soon.

Posted by: Dash on May 4, 2006 11:39 AM

Allergic? Hell, that very well may be, but it's one of those things I'll gladly deal with... too many cool people to meet.

Again, it was an honour to play guitar with you, Rob. Next time, I promise to visit more.

Posted by: That 1 Guy on May 4, 2006 01:11 PM


Oh, and put me down for one of those recordings.....

Posted by: Tammi on May 4, 2006 01:16 PM

Hey it's supposed to be automatic! You could have taken your pics ya know!

Posted by: livey on May 4, 2006 02:04 PM

Yup - one of my all time favorite songs - "Please Come To Boston". I need a recording - you could post that here - do a podcast.

Posted by: suze on May 4, 2006 10:17 PM
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