Wednesday, July 16, 2008

I missed a Wednesday, but luckily another one came along

What with travelling to London for work for the whole of last week and then buying a new (used) car and getting on top of my workload here, I haven't got around to posting in aaaaaages.

Anyways, hope you all are well, those of you who are still taking the time to come here and see if I've written anything new.

So, what's up?

Well, we have a new (used) car. Smaller engine and smaller body equals more miles to the gallon and greater likelihood of Red driving. Result! She's called Georgina.

There's some Gallows news, too, but I won't bore you all with it. Suffice to say: another gig, free, soon.

And a question: how is it possible to make a T-shirt that has no seams running down the sides? None at all. No seams on a T-shirt? Is this some kind of fucking wizardry? I'm very baffled.

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Blogger tweetey30 said...

Hey first today.. Or seems I am first.. LOL.. Congrats on the car. I have a Pontiac Sunbird Jeff bought me a few months ago. Its a 1990.

16 July, 2008 18:32  
Blogger Martha Elaine Belden said...

yeah. american apparel (and i believe it's called something else in england) makes those seemless shirts.


miss you, *... i hope you come around again more often soon :)

16 July, 2008 18:34  
Blogger Captain Karen said...

I miss ya too but understand that life sometimes gets in the way. So....? What car did you settle on?

16 July, 2008 19:36  
Blogger The Manic Street Preacher said...

You came to London and didn't get me pissed somewhere????? Shame on you!!!! ;-)

16 July, 2008 22:45  
Blogger Avid Andy said...

i'm wearing a seamless t-shirt right now.... the wonders of science.

17 July, 2008 03:13  
Blogger Milla said...

Hope you enjoyed coming to London every day :)
I am happy you are back home though, so at least you write once in a while!

17 July, 2008 12:00  
Blogger Milla said...

I've been thinking about this t-shirts business the whole day: when I was au-pair I am sure I ironed lots of those. They were made in Israel.

17 July, 2008 16:38  
Blogger * (asterisk) said...

Tweet: Well done! Pontiac Sunbird sounds cool. Ours is a Ford Fiesta.

Martha: A cigar for you. I am specifically talking about an AA shirt, yes. Also called AA here, as far as I can ascertain.

Karen: Thanks. A Ford Fiesta.

Manic: Sorry dude!

Avid: Innit, though?!

Milla: Back to London again next week, grr. This shirt's made in downtown L.A. I won't buy things made in Israel.

17 July, 2008 16:43  
Blogger Cynnie said...

ahh..i think the body of the shirt is knitted( weaved) in a tube shape ..
I once worked at a sweat shop..I;ve probably put sleeves on a gazillion shitty teeshirts :(

17 July, 2008 18:34  
Blogger Milla said...

Well, I was au-pair in a family from Israel, I had no choice but to iron whatever they were giving me to iron... most clothes this family was wearing had been made in Israel. They were boycotting German products instead.

18 July, 2008 08:51  
Blogger cappy. said... yo ever read the guardian or maybe it's the independent?
the reason i ask is that it had a thing about mix tapes in it on monday, and for some reason i thought of you straight away.....just wondered if you saw it and if so what you thought?

19 July, 2008 10:34  
Blogger * (asterisk) said...

Cappy: No, I didn't see that. You got a link or anything?

20 July, 2008 11:57  
Blogger Candy Minx said...

I see into the future....


Just got back this morning 5 a.m. from a week in Knoxville getting my geek on. Saw los of hobos, mountain men and gypsies. Hiked a 5000 foot mountain. Ate chicken fried steak.

It's been hard to get around blogs but I am determined...we are off to NYC and DC this Friday and I imagine our hotels will have write something for christs sake!!!

Heh really enjoy your break love ya nd Red!!!!

22 July, 2008 13:32  
Blogger Milla said...

Oh *Aste I miss your posts so much I even dreamt about you last night. my god ;-)

23 July, 2008 08:52  
Blogger cappy. said...

sorry, been busy, here you go, also contains the "celeb" choices.

23 July, 2008 11:45  
Anonymous Franki said...

I'm pretty sure it's Satan making those shirts.

24 July, 2008 13:48  

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