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Tuesday, March 23, 2004
A few quick updates:

1) Geoff and I got screwed in the karaoke contest. We got all dolled up, had matching costumes, and went to First Avenue. We were ready to rawk. Then, Mr. Moustache, the karaoke Nazi, told us it was singles only. Alright, not a huge deal, but not what we were expecting. I was hoping to do "Wicked Game" by Chris Isaak, but wound up doing "Sweet Caroline" by Neil Diamond. Geoff did an entertainingly terrible rendition of "I Want You to Want Me", done by Dwight Yoakham. Votes were tallied, and only Geoff qualified for finals. Which was expected -- he's more entertaining than I am. But, then, we were still able to sing. I busted out "Faith" by George Michael, and Geoff did a kamakaze version of "Eat It" by "Weird Al" Yankovic. Before Geoff started his song, he asked the Nazi if there would still be time for our Righteous Brothers. "Yeah, sure, no problem," said Goebbels. LIAR! We got screwed. Twice. And not in a good, fun way.

2) Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is excellent. Charlie Kaufman is probably my favorite screenwriter, and I've dug Michel Gondry's work for years. It's not a Jim Carrey movie, so don't worry about that.




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