New Pete Yorn album today
Here I am again. About an hour after my usual schedule, but hey, it’s Easter vacation, after all.
It looks like my cellular has been behaving strange for a few days, not just yesterday. I got an SMS this morning from someone who had just received a couple of messages I sent out on Saturday and Sunday night. It took two days to get from phone A to B. That’s what I would call sub-optimal. A funny word, indeed. Sub-optimal… Sub optimal? Suboptimal? I don’t even know if it’s a real word, but I’ve heard a guy in a suit say it. But it might be that he created words as he talked, just to impress us. Powerfork. See, I can do it, too!
Pete Yorn is releasing his new album, Day I Forgot, on this very day. If it’s as good as his previous release, musicforthemorningafter, this is going to be a good week when it comes to music. But I’m not making the same mistake I did when I bought Linkin Park’s crappy Meteora. This time I’m listening to the album before I buy it.
I read fifty or so pages in American Gods yesterday, but had to take a break after a chapter with a little bit too much Ifrit gay sex for my taste. To be honest, just a little bit of Ifrit gay sex is too much for my taste. I think good ol’ Neil Gaiman has some serious, unsolved issues. Sigmund Freud sure would have had a field day or two.
This post has no feedback yet.
Do you have any thoughts you want to share? A question, maybe? Or is something in this post just plainly wrong? Then please send an e-mail to
vegard at vegard dot net with your input. You can also use any of the other points of contact listed on the About page.
It looks like you're using Google's Chrome browser, which records everything you do on the internet. Personally identifiable and sensitive information about you is then sold to the highest bidder, making you a part of surveillance capitalism.
The Contra Chrome comic explains why this is bad, and why you should use another browser.