What It Is: 4/5/10

What I’m reading: Indignation, by Philip Roth, and The Philosophy of Andy Warhol. I finished David Carr’s The Night of the Gun last week, and enjoyed the heck out of it.

What I’m listening to: The soundtrack to Moon and A Friend of a Friend.

What I’m watching: Not a lot. We never turned the TV on in the hotel last week. I watched some of the NCAA final four and the Yankees-Red Sox season opener, but otherwise, meh.

What I’m drinking: After the 4 cups of wine at last week’s seder, I’ve actually been dry. Apparently, there is a gin that’s kosher for Passover, but I haven’t been too motivated to hunt it down.

What Rufus & Otis are up to: Spending a couple of days with their girlfriends Ruby & Willow while we were away, and then getting back into the swing of things here at home. Which meant lots of sleep. They also managed a 3+-mile walk on Sunday around Skyline Lake. It was Otis’ first time, and he was zonked by the end.

Where I’m going: Nowhere! Wel, maybe NYC for MoCCA.

What I’m happy about: Celebrating Chip Delany’s 68th birthday at a Sunday brunch in NYC.

What I’m sad about: My pal Sang isn’t around to help us celebrate it.

What I’m worried about: Fast zombies vs. slow zombies.

What I’m pondering: What I’ll be doing in 5 years. I take this stuff seriously. If I really took it seriously, I guess I wouldn’t have bought a new car last week with a 5-year payment plan, but hey.

One Reply to “What It Is: 4/5/10”

  1. Fast zombies might make sense if they turned into zombies after partaking of a particularly dodgy batch of crystal meth …. or a really, really stong espresso.

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