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Berit and I decided we really, really HAD to do something for The Brick's Quinquennial Party tonight, so we stayed up until 4.30 am making the video for our performance piece tonight - which, by the way, is called What Are You Looking At? OR: Where Do We Stand Now? OR: Where Do YOU Stand (motherfucker)?

Now we have to be at The Brick at noon to finish the light focus and then dress all the cables and get the place presentable for the party tonight. And also work out the live performance component of our piece. Other groups performing tonight start coming in to tech at 5.00 pm, so we should have enough time to do what we need to. Maybe. Possibly.

So, with some microwaved day-old coffee, an averagely tepid shower (that is, either scalding or freezing), and a hot kiss at the end of a wet fist, here's the Random Ten to wake me up this morning:

1. "One Hit to the Body" - The Rolling Stones - Dirty Work
2. "Does Your Mama Know About Me?" - Bobby Taylor - Hitsville U.S.A., The Motown Singles Collection 1959-1971
3. "Crying Is for Writers" - July - July
4. "The Lonely King of Rock 'n' Roll" - Don Reed & His Orchestra - 7" single
5. "Flying Jelly Attack" - Shonen Knife - Let's Knife!
6. "Tweedlee Dee" - Wanda Jackson - All the Hits and More
7. "Out of Left Field" - Percy Sledge - Essential Collection
8. "Powerhouse Pop" - Keith Mansfield - The Sound Gallery Volume Two
9. "Mesopotamia" - The B-52s - Mesopotamia
10. "US Plus: Pork" - The Firesign Theatre - Give Me Immortality or Give Me Death

Ah, well, this last reminds me of the nice thing waiting for me here at home yesterday -- For years I've been looking for copies of the (apparently) rare couple of books that The Firesign Theatre put out in 1972 and 1974, The Firesign Theatre's Big Book of Plays and The Firesign Theatre's Big Mystery Joke Book, but whenever I saw them it was at prices too dear for even a devoted Firehead like me to go for ($75.00 and up). Found them online for less than $20.00 each last week and (though ordered from two different sellers) both were sitting at my door when we got back from the space. No time to look at them yet, but they're waiting for me. 20 years I've been trying to get these. Finally.

Okay, time to wake Berit up and go where the Bozos go - big day today. And I still have to finish casting the damned Spitz short. Which we have to start rehearsing tomorrow. {sigh}

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