Oh. Hey….what’s up.

So, I just found some more time in my days. Im going to get this going again. What’s been up with you?

If your first question is “Where have you been?” My answer is “Lazytown.” My own personal Lazytown, not the one involving strange puppet children and a young raver heroine.

It’s not that there hasn’t been things to write about, either. In the past week there has been plenty to chat about. Big money for the streetcar, Martin Wade being a sunnabitch, and Lebron James. So we’ll start fresh here. Plenty of fun and interesting things have developed in the year or so since I last posted so I’ve got some catching up to do. You’ll be hearing more from me.

In the mean time, let’s nerd out! My brother just did this for the website io9. The television show “Firefly” had one of the worst intros ever, he has set out to rectify that by giving it some of that ’80s flavor. It was a golden age for theme songs and opening montages, and it makes me want to watch the show all over again…with more synths. Some people seem very upset by this lighthearted attempt to reimagine their favorite show, but then again Star Trek taught nerds that they never need to let go of anything. Anywho, enjoy, I guess it is going viral or something.




2 responses to “Oh. Hey….what’s up.

  1. Now that you’re back on the blog front, might we be able to expect some Party Garbage mixes again (or whatever name you might be going by now)?

  2. Welcome back! I just want to add my two cents about Senate’s patio. I saw a news clip in which the owner admitted that they hadn’t followed the guidelines and then complained about being singled out when there are other offenders. If you know you’re doing something wrong, then you really have no ground to stand on, in my opinion. I have no idea whose complaints gained traction, but I actually considered complaining myself. I just never got around to it.

    Sidewalk seating is great, but a sidewalk is first and foremost a public right-of-way. Plenty of other restaurants in the basin have sidewalk seating, but most only set up tables and chairs, without a permanent “stage” area. That made the patio really obtrusive.

    On this topic, the old bar on the NE corner of 7th and Race has a permanent banister around its sidewalk seating. It, too, is really obtrusive. [The place is for rent right now, but I can’t remember its old name.]

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