NPR, on the other hand, becomes more and more entertaining. On the roof, we used to listen to World News from the BBC in the morning, and maybe to a little of Dick Gordan, but only since taking this office job and commuting almost two hours a day (or more, if church gets involved)have I been exposed to much more interesting parts of their programming. I heard my first April Fool's Day story, and I thought it was awesome. Bluegrass on Friday nights is great. Prairie Home Companion makes me think of Andy Damick and feel very white. And last weekend I went to the grocery store, and they were airing an phone conversation with Jello Biafra. who knew?
I haven't missed church because of a hangover in, well, at least a year. Saturday night's performance was quite an experience - and a brief jaunt back into the world of "nightlife" was throughly enjoyable, if not ill advised.