Always a mistake to say that, but sitting here on a Monday morning my calendar is almost empty.
That's my favorite word up above, can never remember how to spell it.
Missing an "h" somewhere, I think.
Great week-end watching Matt say The Event downtown, thanks all who showed.
There's life in that thing, we'll get it back up.
Going to see Dr. Gehrman in an hour for a check-up, just routine, annual physical kind of thing.
I'm sure I'm in great shape.
Second mistake of the post.
I'm on a roll.
Huge superstition hovers over going to see the doctor. They are our Priests of Science, after all.
They are the Bringers of the Bad News and the Healers of the Sick.
Gehrman is this funny little Russian guy, always 45 minutes behind, bullied by his receptionist, a short, slouching, bearded, sardonic Jewish refugee type guy. You feel the compulsion to ask him how he's doing, like you're the doctor and he's a guy having a bad day.
Seeing Caroline Patterson for lunch. Young actress who helped us out with The Event. An hour at Odessa should straighten her out.
Get out of the business, kid. It'll only break your heart. More coffee over here, please.
Everyone should come down to 52 White Street tomorrow at 7:30 and speak about the League of Independent Theater. Had some good meetings over the weekend, it's coming together nicely.
And I think tickets are one sale for FringeNYC. Used to be involved in that, if memory serves.
Found a Joe Walsh CD in a stack of Cinderella and Jennifer Lopez bargain bin bound releases on Sunday and thus was given our Monday Morning Music Quiz.
Joe's L.A. guitar god classic, Life's Been Good, closes out which 1978 album:
1. Stop Me If You've Heard This Before
2. I'm Just Getting Started
3. Is This Microphone On?
4. But Seriously, Folks...
or, for Rose,
5. Captain Geechy's Shrimp Shack Shooters Sing Songs of Love and Idolatry, featuring the Hambone Trio and Wild "Joe" McPherson
Take a guess, winners get the good stuff, losers still get some shrimp.