malaise [ma-leyz, -muh-; Fr. ma-lez] n. 1. a condition of general bodily weakness or discomfort, often marking the onset of a disease 2. a vague or unfocused feeling of mental uneasiness, lethargy, or discomfort
Wilbur Wright (1867), Charlie Chaplin (1889), Henry Mancini (1924), Pope Benedict XVI (1927), Herbie Mann (1930), Bobby Vinton (1935), Dusty Springfield (1939), Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1947), Gerry Rafferty (1947), Peter Garrett (1953), Dave Pirner (1964), Jon Cryer (1965), Martin Lawrence (1965), Peter Billingsley (1971), Lukas Haas (1976), Akon (1977)
What I was reminded of yesterday is that there’s a ton of shit in this life imaginary and inconsequential. Find the people who matter in your life and let them know their role. Just do it.
I am much better employed from every point of view, when I live solely for my own satisfaction, than when I begin to worry about the world. The world frightens me, and a frightened man is no good for anything. ↔ George Gissing
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – The Weepies is one of the worst-named bands ever. But, conversely, Steve Tannen and Deb Talan have formed a music act of the highest caliber. One of my all-time favorite songs is “World Spins Madly On.”
→ For all my SJU peeps who enjoyed those Parties-In-The-Park my friends and I used to throw, and, also, for everyone who stumbled into the original Grape Street Pub and was afforded the privilege of seeing this band live, I offer a link to the entire catalog of WNOC. Enjoy.
→ Man, I can’t believe Obama isn’t taking these idiots seriously. (That’s sarcasm, by the way)
→ Last night, I was reminded of the existence of Philadelphia’s fist cable channel – PRISM.