Not sure what else to say about that. Some brave marketing people at work; brave or desperate…
Today the word shinsengumi is rolling around in my head like an electric marble. Not sure what to do with that; the storm troopers of the embattled Shogunate don’t seem likely to have many useful lessons for me to incorporate into my daily work, though I certainly feel inspired (in an ADD kind of way) to run to the library and pick up a book or two on Meiji Era Japan.
I confess that I do not know this band at all, nor do I even know what they sound like. But their name has suddenly become my favorite driving-in-traffic expletive.
Como Park is a most diverting place to make a film or a baby.
I wonder what that was all about.
Ahoy, mateys! You may have let it slip your mind, but National Talk Like A Pirate Day is upon us once again. Why exactly this is so is a mystery to me, but it is certainly not something I would ever dream of resisting. Of course, there is always someone responsible for such madness; for the details and sordid history check out the official site (no, really) with the elucidating headline “Because we’re guys, and because we can.” Really that captures it wholecloth, but do visit the site for the whole story; it is engagingly told and trés amusant (I think).
So avast me hearties, and Happy Talk Like A Pirate Day!