Friday, April 08, 2011

The light at the end of the chunnel

Project completion/salvation, thy name is next Wednesday. A day when I can stop thinking about headlines and HTML and get back to blogging about boobies and boners. Incidentally, Arthur C. Clarke is a moron. He thought computers would be able to hijack manned expeditions to Jupiter when they can't even explain to me why my Website keeps crashing. SPEAK ENGLISH OR DIE, HAL, YOU 'RUNTIME ERROR UP YOUR DINGLEBERRY NODE' MOTHERFUCKER!

I do actually hate to be a big baby about all this. In all honesty, this site launch is going much better than the last one I had to do a few years ago. It's been a lot of work but the payoff will be that my job will actually get easier once I get done. The problem is that I am what the French call layzee d'inherent, so I tend to bitch a lot when I work a lot.

However, in addition to soon having more time to spend with family, friends, and captioned pictures of kittens, I have two other fun things awaiting me this month. Next week, I will be seeing a certain Canadian power trio who have been called, "the greatest rock and roll band in the known multiverse."1 I can think of few ways to celebrate the end than "In The End":



Note: This is unfiltered Geddy, so do not play near glass objects or in the presence of dogs (especially of the snow2 variety).

Then, at the end of the month, I have another Vegas trip, the first since fatherhood. We are celebrating the pending nuptials of my cousin Youngblood, and plan on throwing him into a waterproof marriage sack full of vodka and making him drink his way out. For extra bonus corruption at no charge, his brother Zoolander will be attending as well, mere days after he turns 21. Our3 goal is to make sure that while Youngblood and Zoolander look exactly the same on the outside, their souls will be unrecognizable to their respective love interests. Depending on how much we drink/how much we lose at the tables, we may also entertain ourselves by channeling Danny Gans via Ouija. Although being possessed by him would probably cause my head to spin around while I did a bad impersonation of a possessed Austin Powers speaking backwards Latin.

Seeing as I am a just and loving blogger, I will provide an alternative soundtrack for those who aren't through being cool about Rush.




1Brando, "The light at the end of the chunnel", Journal for same-sex country-and-western-dancing, 2011.

2You've been rushrolled.

3Mine and Tickle's and whomever else wishes to join in the corruption of two pretty straightforward young men with impressive abs.

18 comments:

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

I tend to bitch a lot when I work a lot.

I will never do that again.

Either way.

Jennifer said...

Those of us who are not Rushitarians thank you for providing the Devo option.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

[obligatory annoying zombie comment]

I have seen them both.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

fuck, why does ANYBODY like me?

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

What Jennifer said.
~

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

Also, awesome Rush link for "in The End"


Props.

Drunken Zombie props.

Brando said...

I love "In the End," wish they would bring it back into their live show.

fish said...

I wish they would just end their live show.

Also, you do realize the end of the Chunnel is France, right?

Jennifer said...

I love "In the End," wish they would bring it back into their live show.

Listening to a live show, or any of their shows for that matter, would probably feel like taking it in the end...

TLB said...

Listening to a live show, or any of their shows for that matter, would probably feel like taking it in the end...

Love you, Jennifer.

Captcha is "shmurr." Shmurr it is.

almostinfamous said...

fish - or worse, england!

Von said...

Add to list:
make plans with your super new super awesome Chicago blogger friends.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

haterz hating.

Now you know what it's like being a zombie, Brando.

Kathleen said...

He thought computers would be able to hijack manned expeditions to Jupiter when they can't even explain to me why my Website keeps crashing

LOL

Substance McGravitas said...

And of course we all know that Gerald Casale directed the Mystic Rhytms video.

fish said...

Yeah, um, all of us know.

Churlita said...

I wish they would just end their live show.

Exactly.

Signed,

A. Hater Hating

Brando said...

The show was awesome. My version of heaven involves me seeing Rush play the entire Moving Pictures album live on a daily basis, while also watching all of you h8ers having to see the same performance from front-row seats in hell.

Site launch tonight and then hopefully I will have a personal life again.