Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Like a story-book ending, I'm lost in your charms

This past week I rambled through Colbert's book, cause it seems like the cool thing to do these days, and the ultimate 'one liner' in the book, is.....Ayn Rand could kick Shakespeare's ass in a bar fight. How true is that.

My ears have been filled with The Beautiful South, another one of those damn 'panzy bands.' I listen to them all the time, for the longest time. The only time and only person that has been able to see me 'in my element' was Ashley B. Getting constantly scoffed because people can't see past the 'adult contemporary-ness' of them and to the real meat, it was refreshing to drive up to Oxford with an English buddy and jam the band, and sing.

One of those two hour memories that are vivid in my mind. One day, perish the thought of having kids, but a typical 'Friday night,' I'd love to pull up a map and go, here's where Crowded House is from, here's where The Beatles are from, Bob Marley, Toten Hosen, Gorky Park, etc, etc, etc, and the list goes on and on. I'd love to try the Suzuki Method too.

I'm in a quote sort of mood, google searched 'the best quote in the world' and got ten

Love. —The Prophets

Know thyself. —Socrates

Inches make champions. —Vince Lombardi

Nothing gold can stay. —Robert Frost

Work is love made visible. —Kahlil Gibran

No great thing is created suddenly. —Epictetus (A.D.200)

Well done is better than well said. —Benjamin Franklin

No wind favors he who has no destined port. —Montaigne

Sometimes even to live is an act of courage. —Seneca

Do first things first, and second things not at all.
—Peter Drucker.

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