The All-Thing

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Tue, 15 Jul 2003

Manoir des Mes Reves

Well this tune is about my mood right now.

(Windows users, this be an ogg, and I endorse Winamp 2 for all your listening needs. Winamp 3, oddly enough, is a horrendous wreck of a program not fit for human consumption.)

Posted at 21:06 | /media/music | 4 comments | permalink


      me a the husband and you a the wife
      me fry the chicken and you boil the rice

Posted at 19:13 | /media/music | (leave a comment) | permalink

Life Lessons

Well after twenty-four years of hard livin', I've learned a few things. These I will share with you, my dear readers. Allow me to present:

William's Ten Lessons from Livin' the Ghetto-Fabulous Lifestyle:

  1. If you're somewhere and you're not having fun, just get up and leave.
  2. If things are good, keep your hands in your pockets and don't fuck with anything.
  3. The violin can sound better at almost any type of music than any other instrument can.
  4. If you can amuse yourself, what does amusing other people matter?
  5. A camera's size, durability, and weather-proofing matter far more than things like lens type and pixel count.
  6. Don't spend more than $6 on a pair of sunglasses or a bottle of wine.
  7. Never trust someone under the age of 30 who's wearing a suit. (They want to sell you something—or to convert you, which amounts to the same thing.)
  8. Never trust someone who follows the rules too closely. (Converse: walk on grass and share music.)
  9. Avoid people who talk too much.
  10. Stick with you're good at. Find a way to get paid to do it.

Posted at 10:44 | /mortal | (leave a comment) | permalink

I met a girl...

… in cyberspace and we exchanged a couple emails. Then she asked what type of music I was into, and I said bluegrass and classic country, and then she never replied.

Note to self: start lying to women more.

Posted at 10:36 | /internet | 1 comment | permalink


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