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Mondays and Fridays
The first two are debatable, but the third -- no question.

If you're not familiar with Antonio Vivaldi's music, listen to The Four Seasons sometime.  The "Springtime" movement will make flowers bloom.

Speaking of music, I never did answer the question about what Carrie was playing a few episodes ago.  It was the end of the third movement of Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata.  Yes, I like classical music.  And classic rock, and The Beatles, and Broadway musicals, and all sorts of weird stuff.

Had a very promising job interview today ... I should know something by tomorrow.

I used to think my life was boring.  I don't anymore.  Boring would be a nice change of pace.

 

8 comments:
Timothy Whitcomb (timothywhitcomb) says: You too? I have eclectic tastes in music, too.
gwen patton (ardrhi) says: Pizza as we know it was invented in New York.  What they have in Italy bears little resemblance to it.
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says: @ardrhi:  I know, I just like the sound of the phrase "Vivaldi and pizza" ... sounds like an art film.
Avilyn (avilyn) says: Ed - Have you ever listened to DaVinci's Notebook? Some of your parodies on SH & Narbonic remind me of their work. Definitely worth checking out if you're not familiar with them.
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:

@avilyn: Yes, I have heard DVN.  "Title of the Song" is one of my favorites.  (For those who don't know, "Title of the Song" is the world's most generic fill-in-the-blanks boy-band love song.)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eoCGKFg-WYw

Christopher Bacon (tricksterson) says: Besides it was still Italians in this country, or at least people of Italian descent and culture, who came up with it so it counts.
Timothy Whitcomb (timothywhitcomb) says:

I LOVE DVN! I love the acapella approach on theri songs.

 

gwen patton (ardrhi) says:

Well, that is true.  It was Lombardi and Pero around 1900 who first made what Americans would recognize as "pizza" in New York.  Their pizzaria, "Lombardi's", opened in 1905.  It's still around now, 32 Spring Street, in Manhattan.

I like NY Style...I grew up eating the pizza of a Greek immigrant named Gus on Long Island.  But I prefer Chicago-style, both thin and deep-dish.  There's a place that makes a deep-dish stuffed pizza in the Chicago suburbs...*sigh*.  If you get to Naperville, try Uncle Pete's stuffed pepperoni and sausage.  The large weighs 8 lbs, so bring friends.

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I'm a middle-aged computer programmer from Indiana, but I've always enjoyed doodling and drawing. After discovering webcomics recently, I decide to try my hand at creating one. My wife thinks I'm crazy. My wife is a very sensible woman. ... full profile