|You Belong in 1968|
If you scored…
1950 – 1959: You’re fun loving, romantic, and more than a little innocent. See you at the drive in!
1960 – 1969: You are a free spirit with a huge heart. Love, peace, and happiness rule – oh, and drugs too.
1970 – 1979: Bold and brash, you take life by the horns. Whether you’re partying or protesting, you give it your all!
1980 – 1989: Wild, over the top, and just a little bit cheesy. You’re colorful at night – and successful during the day.
1990 – 1999: With you anything goes! You’re grunge one day, ghetto fabulous the next. It’s all good!
It was my decade for coming of age. But me, drugs? I’m MUCH too wholesome.
|The Movie Of Your Life Is A Black Comedy|
In your life, things are so twisted that you just have to laugh.
You may end up insane, but you’ll have fun on the way to the asylum.
Your best movie matches: Being John Malkovich, The Royal Tenenbaums, American Psycho
I LOVED Malkovich. Not sure that I truly GOT Tennebaums. NO interest in seeing American Psycho.
Got this press release from Cantaloupe Music, “the NYC-based art/indie label”, announcing the release of a promotional mp3 download from their latest release, “Bang on a Can/Don Byron: A Ballad for Many.” I was interested in this because clarinetist/composer Don Byron played in the area recently. “The CD is dedicated to ground-breakers, with a large-scale work dedicated to one-of-a-kind comic/satirist/star Ernie Kovacs [!] (this mp3 is an excerpt from this), and to the Tuskegee Airmen, the famous African-American WWII-era fighter squadron.
The excerpt, “Eugene II”, is available here, while the album (which I have not heard) is available through iTunes and/or Cantaloupe Music.
No Nomar in the All Star Game? No way!