Aren't you seeing it in three days? Don't you want to be surprised?
Good call. I guess it doesn't matter what anyone says as I have tickets and am going to see it on Sunday.
Nevermind. I don't want to know how it was. I will be my own judge. The fact that I instantly asked the question without thinking about it must mean that deep down inside I actually don't like surprises. You learn something new about yourself every day.
Post by The Horned Grandmother on Dec 7, 2012 14:37:46 GMT -5
I'm supposed to be writing the final draft of an essay which I wrote about spending a day at the children's hospital here in Portland for my creative non-fiction writing class, but I am seriously considering paraphrasing everything that I've said in my previous three drafts in a paragraph or two and then re-directing the piece to fit the title 'Why the Surfjohn Stevens Christmas Sing-A-Long Seasonal Affective Disorder Yuletide Disaster Pageant on Ice is the Greatest Thing I Have Ever Seen'.
Don't ask me how, but I really think it might work.
That's amazing. I caught him at the Paramount in Seattle during his Age of Adz tour, and he said nothing near as bizarre. Still a phenomenal show though. Completely changed my perspective on that album.
YES. The only thing that was kind of annoying was that the Paramount kept all the theatre seats in. Luckily, by the time they started "Impossible Soul," everybody ditched their seats and ran up and started dancing in the aisles anyway.
Post by The Horned Grandmother on Dec 7, 2012 17:33:02 GMT -5
We saw that tour at the Schnitz here in Portland, which is the fancy-pants venue. I don't think I would have been much good for dancing, I was sitting there feeling like I was stuck in the last twenty minutes of 2001: A Space Odyssey for most of that show.