Wednesday, March 23, 2005

Nothing From Nothing Leaves Nothing

It's been a bit of a slow day today for Advancement. The Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp is being televised by VH1 and will feature Roger Daltrey, Nils Lofgren and Bret Michaels. The La's are back in business. Could "There She Goes '06" be far behind? Weezer is in the news for doing something and the White Stripes are in for something else. I haven't seen much of David Bowie these days. I wonder how his health is. Lou Reed has a section on his website where he complains about people who have interviewed him. Bob Dylan, touring with Merle Haggard, played a Merle Haggard song as an encore but didn't have Merle join him. That's a pretty funny thing to do. Everyone is sorting out what they learned at SxSW. Turing Machine's performance there made an impression on the New York Times. American Idol had a voting snafu, so it's in the news even more than usual. I think Donald Trump wants Michael Jackson to perform in Vegas and his partner Jack Wishna has assured us that here would be no morals clause in Jackson's contract. Trump's too, presumably. I'll keep my eyes on the skies and hope some Advancement will reign o'er me soon. See you at Fantasy Camp...

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