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... biggest and most anticipated convergence of all things music."
While we missed out on SXSW, we did get to see "The Wagoneers," a kick ass alt-country band that played the inaugural SXSW back in 1986. They performed a fine, electrified set at The Continental Club Sunday night that managed to distill the essence of rockabilly and The Bakersfield sound into a couple of grueling hours. Would've been worth $100 at The Enmore in Sydney. We paid ten bucks a piece ...
... actual conversation, which was about an hour and fifteen minutes, so I will give you the abridged version***
Daniel was a weary traveler, he spent most of his time traveling around Texas. He was currently staying in his car with his wife but had said they used to live in a motorhome moving from camping spot to camping spot. He had all sorts of advice on the best places to stay without having to worry about the law hassling you. He was also an inventor. He ...
... picture this, us too in grungy backpackers clothes and flip flops being trailed through this swanky hotel and all its various bars - security guards stopping us to ask if we are ok - ie what are YOU doing here - everyone else looking like they have just walked off 5th Avenue - I amn't too sure it went down well when I said wed prefer to go to a normal bar
The rest of the night was spent bar hoping around Austin. A seriously great city to go out in. Our host ...
after work. John had just flown in from LA and Christian had just
started at Rackspace and was working a lot so I appreciate them taking
the time. It was great to hear about Christian's new job and John was
planning on leaving GSD&M and starting his own marketing and
communications consultancy. It was great to hear about everything that
was going on with them.
morning the kids and I picked up ...
"So given all the damage that was done," I asked, "what's the prognosis?"
"She'll get at least 20 years out of this. In fact, it seems that the worse the damage, the quicker it is to heal and right now everything is looking real good."
"So is she mostly machine now?" He didn't pick up on the joke.
"Well, we replaced the acetebulum with a new socket and liner and the femoral head we replaced with ...