Amongst the many awards and accolades Memphis Minnie's displays on the wall is one from the Bay Guardian's "Best of the Bay" one year: "Best Macaroni and Cheese with sake in a barbecue joint". San Francisco is a wonderful place. ^_^ (I'd recommend the Texas brisket and the St Louis ribs with either the cole slaw or the potato salad, and the pit beans)
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I had the rare privilege of watching someone on the L the other day, animated by Terry Gilliam. At least, his lower teeth seemed quite enthusiastic about being shown off, so I was treated to seeing this fine gentleman's jaw open and close repeatedly, in time to some melody I've yet to identify (but a spirited ditty it was), always giving the lower teeth absolute exposure.
This bear photo deserves captioning. ^_^
For a bit of a change, how about the Arroyo HS band's 2004 Winter Percussion performance (25MB, 6m37)? It's surprisingly good. And how often do you hear Powerhouse A, as well as its more famous sibling?
Ahh, there we go.. indeed, Reason Adapted is a (lightly) hobbled version, inasmuch as the set of processors it comes with is fixed - can't add any new devices. Viz:
In this specific instance of Reason Adapted, the following devices are available:
• A Redrum drum machine device
• A Dr.Rex loop player device
• Two Subtractor synthesizer devices
• An NN-19 sampler device
• An RV7000 advanced reverb device
• A DDL-1 digital delay device
• A Comp-01 compressor device
• A Mixer 14:2 device
This device configuration is fixed - you cannot add additional devices or remove devices. However, you can freely reorder devices and route signals as you like.
Quote for the day, courtesy of savak: "Went to a "Chicago-style" hotdog place for lunch. Took 30 mins for my order. Pop was flat, had to ask twice for the stuff they forgot to put on, pretzle was cold, cheese was over nuked, fries were burnt, and food was over priced. Except for the fact they never forgot I was there, it -really- was like being in Chicago."
Well, that worked out pretty well - I wanted some noise-cancelling headphone, given the amount of time my PowerBook and I are on the move, so I dropped by CompUSA, where a Manager's Special had some of their own-brand ones for $18. They're not particularly well constructed, and take 2xAAA compared to others' one cell, but - what do you know? They really work. Even in the transbay tunnel, I can listen to Have I Got News For You comfortably, not missing a word. Cool going!