March 11th, 2009
|11:39 am - Ah, sweet indifference.|
I am not excited nor am I agitated, psyched or pissed off about tonight's Random-Ass Surprise U2 Concert at the Somerville Theater.
I am still trying to figure out whether or not this means I need to ask the doc to up the dosage.
bottle it and sell it, there's a huge need.
I totally would, but I just can't be arsed...
Neither am I impressed one way or the othere. However, I'm not a U2 fan nor a Davis resident.
Airplanes? What's up with that? I hear them sometimes, but not so much it bothers me. How very, very lame....
I haven't seen Watchmen yet and would enjoy seeing it with you.
Is that tonight? I hadn't been keeping track. I wonder how much of a PITA it will be to get home tonight.
Perhaps I should take the Orange line to Sullivan and take the bus instead....
Red Line shouldn't be affected by this at all.
This is the Red Line we're dealing with, though. It's affected by anything: cold weather, warm weather, rain, someone spilling their cuppa in the train...
Yeah. The red line has sucked harder than usual lately. Must ponder alternatives.
|Date:||March 11th, 2009 08:56 pm (UTC)|| |
Seriously. Yesterday it took me twice as long to get downtown than it should have.
|Date:||March 11th, 2009 04:51 pm (UTC)|| |
I'm not interested in U2, but it has been fascinating to watch the phenom spread across the interwebz and the world- viral marketing and hype and trying to keep a secret and failing, I love a breaking story, and seeing who knows what when and where it goes. I've been watching since the BBC article last week when they played on the roof of the BBC headquarters in central London, through an entire week on Letterman, and then on to scenic Somerville! Whee!
|Date:||March 11th, 2009 08:58 pm (UTC)|| |
Yeah, there's so much indifference in this place I can practically feel the ennui. I could get excited by U2...or I could clean my room. Hmm, cleaning my room actually sounds kind of appealing.