Friday, January 27, 2006

Return of the Jedi

So my two months of tedious employment with Elections Canada has run its course, which means two things. First, I am pathetically unemployed again and for the foreseeable future. Resulting from that comes conclusion number two: I once again have oodles of time to spend using this cookie-cutter online forum to provide rather pedestrian commentary about music, movies and various other media. I think a ticker tape parade is in order.

Anyway, 'The Weekly' shall resume in short order, for those who care. Reviews for the recent Tortoise--Will Oldham collaboration and the upcoming Graham Coxon album may also see the light of day within the next few weeks.

Until then, keep chargin'

Post Script: today is the 250th "birthday" of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. And if Milos Forman has taught us anything, it's that old Wolfie would just love to know that you celebrated the day (or night) by indulging in fine wines and canoodling with saucy young ladies of the court.

Post-Post Script: I wonder who would win in a fight: Mozart or Beethoven?

(Answer: The cheeky scamp from Salzburg takes advantage of his opponent's aural deficiencies by sneaking up from behind and catching Beethoven off guard. For his troubles, the German suffers two cracked ribs and deep tissue bruising about the face... However, it should be noted that were this a bout of cinematic fisticuffsmanship, Gary Oldman would stomp all over Tom Hulce).

1 Comments:

Blogger the man with no name said...

or what about 'falco' versus mozart?

1/29/2006 12:03 p.m.  

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