Chip: "I can't begin to count how many cougars I've banged on pool tables. They simply love that."
Richard: "In fact, pool tables seem to be an iconic image in pornographic films, although I'm not sure why. Perhaps it's a symbol of status, like swimming pools in suburban literature. Or perhaps it's just the imagery of sticks and balls and holes being filled."
As predicted, Rangelife Records easily defeated Wild Man Vintage in last night's kickball "game of the week." Let's take a look today at their Twitter site, which, as you'd suspect, is generally music related. Here's a sample post:
the greatest song you've never heard: http://blip.fm/~6cpei
Richard: "It's a song called 'Where's Your Patience, Dear?' by Matt Suggs, formerly of the beloved Larryville 90's lo-fi hipster band Butterglory. And I was all prepared to make my usual snarky remarks until I discovered that it really is the best song I've never heard."
Chip: "I like it too."
(but is this sincerity real or faked, readers? We'll never tell)
One other kickball score of the weekend stands out:
Love Garden: 24
Solidary Revolutionary Library: 1
Richard: "As usual, the local anarchists simply couldn't get their act together and accomplish anything."