From underneath a pile of trubble

I've never actually gotten myself on any sort of regular posting schedule, so I don't feel obligated to apologize for the recent lack of posts. Nor do I feel obligated to post much the rest of the week while I try to dig myself from underneath all this homework I've been putting off for so long. Rest assured it's not that I've nothing to say, it just so happens I have a lot more to say about the Baton Rouge Bus Boycott, at least until Thursday afternoon.

But, another week another podcast, and—though only loosely related to the contents of this blog—this week Kevin and I tackle the plight of popular films trying to retain perpetual relevance. "Back to the Future," "Boondock Saints," "Office Space," "Fight Club," even "Avatar" (briefly), we cover 'em all.

Being March 1, we're officially past the Record Production Month challenge. I spent the last month watching basketball and celebrating my birthday, but hopefully other people were more productive. I'm going to take some time to digest them, but expect a breakdown of some of the contest's more important contributions next week. Per usual, if you (yup, any of the three of you) happened to participate in the contest, please be sure to forward your product my way. I promise I'll be cordial. We can swap banana bread recipes if you'd like.

And I'd be remiss not to mention Pavement's reunion tour's kickoff yesterday. You can keep up with the band's progress via fan-submitted setlists, audio, video and photos on this exhaustive, meticulously organized fan-site. Those are the kinds of things that re-affirm my geekdom.

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