I'm closing in on 95k posts on this website. That's an average of 42.33 posts per day over 6 years. I wonder if I'll ever get to the point where I don't want to participate in threads anymore. I see a lot of people in their early 20's -- not so sure I relate with them any more. I mean, I have stories from those years -- but my life is completely different now.
On that note, I'm putting up a Calvin and Hobbes avatar.
This picture (also currently my avatar) just screams "fall" to me ... something about it just makes me smile and feel relaxed. I still say Calvin and Hobbes is one of the greatest literary works of our time.
I think adding the b-sides to Eisley's new album (in stores tomorrow) made me love the album even more. I was always upset that the CD felt short -- now it doesn't. Not sure why they didn't put these tracks on the album in the first place.
I love my new avatar -- Joey as Superman. Classic.
It's really bugging me that people use "you hated the bubble" excuse on the new Cartel record. If the band had released a killer album ... I would have forgotten all about the bubble. I would have gladly accepted the haters claiming I "gave in" (you know it woulda happened - someone's always going to complain) to have an album I loved. I honestly think there are 5 or 6 good songs on the CD ... the rest is an overdone and convoluted mess. This excuse to write off the haters as simply "bubble haters" - really irks me for some reason. It's almost like a cop out ... like no one will have to accept that the band was unable to put together another group of great tunes. Or that the bubble just maybe, maybe had an influence on the music itself. Whatever ... I know this argument won't go away.