I did stick it out with Paul and Brianne for 24 hours! Man, it was weird. Jeff Tweedy only did 2 songs, but one was my request which I pulled out of my ass... Passenger Side! Oh yeah, my group of friends won a Jeff Tweedy show! Will this year be proceeded by a superstar lineup the night before? Signs point to yes. (Note: If you are in a superstar band, please contact me ASAP.) Langford and Timms did Drunk by Noon (one of my all time beloved songs). Robbie Fulks and Gerald Dowd did not play the hits, but were still great. I had never seen Shellac nor really even listened to them; (WTF, the last album was out in 2000) now they will be forever for now what 3am sounds like to me. Detholz! were in some otherworldly context at 9am on sleep dep and too much caffeine. I wish I had gotten up and danced rather than lame chair dancing, but oh well. Oooh, I hope that version of Frosty the Snowman makes it out there! Devil in a Woodpile at 12 noon were an unexpected surprise, I think Brianne and I both forgot about them, but it was a lively if temporary pick me up. That, and having to march with everyone to the restrooms whilst whisteling Bridge Over the River Kwai. Paul wandered back in from his garage nap at some point and after Devil we ran over to BM (Paul's abbreviation for Boston Market which wasn't really good) for a quick lunch before Jason Molina. He played Bowery and some maybe unreleased stuff? His voice totally sounds incredible w/o the band. I mean, he sounds fine with the band of course. Fast Forward to the Blisters who even while down a guy, delivered the ROCK. They did at least 4 originals, which I really thought were all songs from the last Strokes record. I am not joking. There may have been a bra tossing incident (of which we are innocent, I wish I didn't need to post that, but I suppose I just better). Uh getting blurry... Our huddle of three got up to 6 with Sandy, Sooz and Laura all coming back, and I managed to get my hands on the raffle prize I wanted the most. (I am not telling you what it is. I may post a picture later. Dinner at Sweets and Savories was a NEEDED luxury (and worth every $$) and I have somehow managed to stay up 'til my normal bedtime after not having slept since going to bed Monday Night (theoretically Tuesday Morning of course). What else? Happy Birthday Dick, The Office hour Xmas ep tomorrow, clueless of weekend possibilities, a little more than a month til the next sleep study which means I need to "clean up my act" soon (mega-air-quote hold the - please). Oh and Patti will be here for Christmas! Hot dog!