Readership (though I'm sure with all of the many other options, LJ readers are fewer and farther between),
It's been about a year and a half since our last confrontation. Of course, it only takes one person to bring me back to this place, just as it did before, but here I am regardless.
Let's get this done and over with, shall we?
Pet Update: Sonder (cat) is still No.1, mainly due to the fact that Falkous (dog) will be going with his mommy to their new apartment next week. He ended up being a momma's boy, so he goes with momma. Had many fish and many of those many died due to mysterious circumstances.
Disasters: Nashville Flood of 2010 - 4" of water throughout my finished basement - ruined the summer, pretty much.
Venue for Goth/Industrial Night: The Rutledge (for a 2nd time); for the first time ever, it's monthly and on Saturdays.
City In Which I Reside: Nashville (East Nashville - still; 4 years this Halloween. I should've guessed closing on Friday the 13th in October and getting the keys on the 31st would result in money-pit disaster - mainly due to the flood last May [a year from the previous post], but still...)
People in Clist: What's Clist other than my LiveJournal name?
Job: Cook (Vanderbilt; economy still hasn't gotten any better)
Favorite Movie: Blade Runner - the Final Cut (Crank ended up being "Biggest Pleasant Surprise")
Favorite TV Show: Mad Men
New Annual Event: n/a
Worst Moment in Music: Coheed & Cambria and anything that guy sings.
Girlfriend: A year and a half later and it ended about 2 weeks ago. So...n/a.
Last Year's Categories -
Favorite drink: Scotch Old Fashioned.
Favorite Moment in Music: Discovering there is some good black metal out there (Keep of Kalessin).
Favorite Live Show Since Radiohead In Atlanta: Hasn't been topped yet.
Neat fact: The head baker at my workplace is from my dad's hometown of Mayfield,KY and actually recalled hearing his name before.
Other assorted facts-
-My basement now is tiled instead of carpeted (damn flood waters won't get me again!)
-Stephanie and I are still sharing hockey tickets (2nd year in a row), despite no longer being a couple. Is it awkward? Tiny bit, but hockey is hockey is hockey.
-OmenMachine is finally regrouping and going into writing mode beginning next week. Let's see what happens before...
-My move to NYC. VO is in NYC. Comedy is in NYC. Brothers in music (ie. Victor Furious and gang) are in NYC. My sister is in NYC (and currently engaged to a lovely feller in Nashville, so this is "for the time being"). The "Most Beautiful Girl In The 5 Boroughs" (Jamie kinda knows what I'm talking about) is in NYC. "Hot Chicken" restaurants that need to have me provide to them strict criticism and an ass whoopin' are in NYC. The best (and cheapest...and spiciest) falafel is in NYC. So...yeh...next year...NYC.
-I have many "couple" friends and not enough "single" friends. This needs to be rectified.
-Mad Men got me to import real clove cigarettes from India cos the garbage they sell here thanks to Obama and friends is a joke and a way for Big Tobacco to have full control of the market. Thanks, Big O. It also influenced me to reconsider my furniture theme (also thanks to Katy and her Nashville apartment's set up...totally mid-century hotness).
-Swans aren't dead; just released a new album. Listening to it now.
-Nashville Greenway off-trail paths are awesome adventures with the right people; boring by yourself.
-Thierry Mugler came out with Angel Men: Pure Coffee, Angel Men: Pure Malt and Angel Men: Sunessence. I have them all (some doubles cos they're limited edition scents), bringing my current cologne collection (partial and full bottles) to 10.
-I will have a huge garage sale in the coming months...you're all invited. There will be clothes, furniture, CDs, games, and very random shit. I've gathered for too long!
-Roy's going to be a daddy. Jamie is, like myself, a bachelor once again.
That's it for now. I haven't been using MySpace much. It's become too much of a joke. I've been FaceBooking it, but like I said...keep getting reeled back to LJ. You're welcome, and thank you.