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While Sarah and were I driving around in our rented Avenger in December, we appreciated the Sirius satellite radio it came with. I’d never played with that before. It’s pretty sweet. We tuned right in to “Left of Center Sirius … Continue reading
Looks like we’ll be rollin’ on the Danube all day today. I’m very surprised the locals have apparently suspended their weekend / morning noise ordinance for the *Bürgerfest*. I recorded this 5 minutes ago out of our skylight window. It’s … Continue reading
The Bürgerfest is Regensburg’s biggest strictly-summer — not beginning of summer, not end of summer, just summer — festival. It’s so big that they only do it once every two years. Since *everyone* comes out for it, there are some … Continue reading
We’re big fans of the “Party-Jukebox” function as it’s known in the German version of iTunes (I think it’s “party-shuffle” or similar in the English-language version). But why does Girlfriend by Michael Jackson keep coming up in my playlist — … Continue reading
This is so weird. I just can’t explain the German obsession with this song. This was taken this evening at the Lucreziamarkt (am Haidplatz), just a few minutes ago. It **proves** (despite the whole Hasselhoff thing) that they are not … Continue reading
I’m so glad John Frusciante is back in the Red Hot Chili Peppers. I hated all that Dave Navarro angsty crap. I welcome the return of the Froosh-Funk.
I am actually surprised that I’m not hearing street musicians or the feedback shrieks from mics and amps at hastily set up band pavillions or parades of people going past (although that typically happens on Saturday mornings). Thank goodness another … Continue reading
Hi Folks. This just in from the “I’m retired now, so I’m not too worried about burning bridges at work” department: Hermosilloville Enjoy!
Remember how happy I was earlier this week to jam out to good tunes and great food? Forget all that. This weekend is the Gassenfest. I don’t know how often it occurs, but let’s pray it’s only once a decade … Continue reading