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***March Thirty First Two Thousand and Eight***

Sorry for the hiatus...spending a couple of weeks driving across the country, and then trying to weed through all of the
photos will take it's toll.  But the end result is there are a ton of new photo journal entries from the cross-country trip if
you are interested.

In other news...


My good man Todd sent this along a while back and it made me laugh...it's him as a small child being frightened by
his older brother in a costume.  But let's be honest, that outfit would scare me today if I saw someone in it. 


Another reader submission, this time from family friend Spiderman...maybe it's time to have a website spinoff,
www.doginakayak.com?


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Maybe I'll pick up a box of dong bags so we can knock boots later."

Calla - A Sure Shot.  Their newer record was only okay, certainly not as good as the masterpiece "Televise".  Still, this
is a nice track.

Danava - By The Mark.  Epic rocker.  Now that I think about it, Nearly all of their songs are epic rockers.

John Wilkes Booze - See Through Sound.  They're no Nation of Ulysses/Make-up, but I guess it's the best we're going
to get these days.

Johnny Cash - Saturday Night In Hickman County.  Newsflash: Johnny Cash recorded a lot of really good songs.

Morrissey - The Never-Played Symphonies.  Another B-side from the Moz, and like I often say, his B-sides are light
years better than the "hits" from most other performers.

Pinebender - Get. Grasp. Have.  This is just dripping with Chicago mid-nineties post-rock-ishness.  Not that there is
anything wrong with that.

The Kingsbury Manx - Harness And Wheel.  Easily one of the best and most underrated mellow rock bands of the
last few years.
Bonus: What A Shame

The Ponys - Everyday Weapon.  Everyone knows about The Ponys at this point, at least as much as I do.  Good band,
catchy songs, and apparently a nice live show though I can't verify that. 
Bonus: I'm With You
Bonus: Small Talk





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