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... he played "Holy Moses," a song almost as old as me. We chatted with Joe G about all things weird and batty about Austin, Joe said: "The liberals who define the culture and ethos-quite a few of them grads of the University of Texas (and brainiacs from the engineering schools at Rice) are here because they hate Houston politics."
Joe G suggested we get away from 6th street and check out the scene downtown. "All the good music is down there. No one can afford ...
... working on three major projects, one of which his market analysis team had said would easily generate $50 million in revenue per year. He just had not found the right person to pitch it for him (he wanted to stay in the background so the paparazzi did not bother him once he was rich). From there the conversation turned to aliens, conspirecy theories and angels. He had all sorts of theories, had been abducted by aliens (or some sort of higher beings) ...
... the university and for some food before heading back to the beer strip to watch the Pride Parade.
That night we watched a live band in an Irish bar and eagerly anticipated our early exit the next morning.
Sun the 8th of September - 9am we are sat in Fado's Irish Bar - the only two Clare supports amongst an ever growing Cork crowd - they were part taking in a rent a crowd scheme though and had all the Dubs in for back up. The next 90 minutes were ...
... showed a replay of the Murray match. We knew he won the Championship, but we are so British that we gasped and held our heads at every missed opportunity; 8 hours on from winning Wimbledon it still felt like there was a chance Andy might lose. But of course he was victorious and we all jumped up and down celebrating, getting a few funny looks from the locals! A few more bars, a celebratory slice, and then home ...
... into your mouth and soaking your clothes.
Now imagine that while this is happening, you are holding two cardboard toilet paper tubes up to your eyes and looking through them like binoculars.
While you're doing all this, navigate through crowds in a small restaurant and interact with parents and children during a holiday celebration as THE center of attention and not let on for one second that you're rapidly losing quarts of water at ...
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