Yeah, selling tickets can be a drag. Alot of the old bands from the '80s and '90s are getting the radio stations to play their stuff and then they give out alot of tickets as prizes on radio stations so that they can fill auditoriums. I don't really get going to a concert to see some 60 year old bald dude with dentures trying to sqawk out a few words from a song he no longer feels...they usually have backup ladies to fill in the notes they can't reach...pitiful
Yeah I feel yah on that, I have a hard time sleeping if I'm sober too. I'm decent enough, I'm gonna have to start busting my butt off though to sell tickets, bleh.
Mountain dew is quite popular here mixed with gin. I love some of the wine coolers, Smirnoff (I think that's the brand) has a wonderful passion fruit wine cooler. I'm staying clear of liquor for now; just doing lots of coffee and straight tea...of course, I'm not getting much sleep. How are things going otherwise?
about 15 min after I left that comment, I was wasted lol. Mixers are creepers, like wine. But yeah I remember never getting a hangover years back, hell I used to take shots of cheap vodka straight and look at everyone like they were crazy when they used a chaser. Now I stick to mixers (started drowning once off a shot of whiskey..... everyone offered me mountain dew to fix my drowning.. stop taking shots haha).
I seem to recall when I was 17, I could drink a good deal of Strawberry Hill and not get drunk. I think my metabolism was faster then, or maybe I was too suspicious of the people I was drinking with. I don't think I ever got headaches from drinking the first 2 and a half decades of my life either; now, 4 ounces of liquor and I'm ruined the next day.
it would! to bad you live on the other side of america lol, my peddle bike, nor my truck, will not make it so far! you notice how much harder it is to get drunk starting around year 20. I miss being a heavy drinking seventeen year old light weight. those where the days.
Thank you for the birthday wishes; of course, it would be cooler if we were partying together. When my stomach heals, I'll have a rum and coke for you!
Happy birthday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! *hug, smile hug,*
I used to work at a donut shop; they would take the day old plain donuts, put a fancy topping on them and sell them for twice as much the next day...they went out of business after a while.
I sometimes wonder what happens to those of us who share your sentiment as we get older. Most of my friends in the '70's were against the corporate machine; but time changed them...a fear of being different, being alone. A person has to believe that they are doing the right thing even when no one else agrees.
eh money is just a tool and a horrid one at that. You know most bakeries throw away all their food that is a day old? What a waste! I'm not too keen on spending my future in a fake cave by myself wondering if I will ever be able to get out of it. I say the world is ours for the taking, the challenge is taking it and forgetting everything we have been taught about how we need to live in order to survive. Seems we have forgotten how to live at all, I find it hard to believe in a world full of so many others, so much knowledge, so much everything that we actually need money to help us get by. It's more of a state of mind then an actual fact, yah know?