Sorry for the scarcity in posts over the last several days. On Friday night I met up with my buddy Doug who was in town from Cincinnati, along with a mutual friend named Brad. We went to an overpriced MSU bar in East Lansing to watch some March Madness basketball while receiving looks of contempt from hot 22 year old girls. I was then out of town from Saturday afternoon until Sunday morning to celebrate St. Paddy's in my old stomping grounds of Kalamazoo, MI. It got pretty crazy...2 bars and a house party. Someone may have been found naked in a torn apart bathroom early the next morning. Hint: It wasn't me...I was passed out on the couch from the '70s in the living room.
Maybe you're thinking that I could have done some writing Sunday? Nope. I was busy recovering. My body can't handle mass amounts of beer like it used to. I did watch the pilot episode of the old PBS TV show "Ghost Writer," which I found on VHS at a thrift store a few weeks back. Wow, was that a blast from the past. And released almost 20 years ago. Remind me to do a review of it sometime.
Aside from drinking beer over the weekend, I picked up a butt-load of records and VHS tapes also. I plan on documenting the record purchases soon. I'm especially fond of the VHS I found at a record store in Kalamazoo, as they were all music related and 99 cents a piece (except for one, which was $2.99). Here's a pic to showcase the sheer awesomeness...
Expect a few editions of "Tonight's Slab" this week...until then, keep rockin.'