...Oh, and Gary and Mark were great, too. I actually knew more Jayhawks songs than I thought I did. And the hippie mom in front of us provided entertainment as well. Remember "Moonbeam" from PCU? Picture her 20 years from now - that's who was shaking her ass in front of Chris all night long.
"Doc Brown" (Not really, but doesn't he look like it?)
* The store visit went very well. I got to meet John Belk, the (former) CEO of the company and a few other people. The important thing was that they liked the store, and that I was able to leave work early. So Charlie and I went to see The Jacket, which we both enjoyed. Charlie called it "the good version of Gothika," although I thought it was a bit more like 12 Monkeys. Since we were the only ones in the theater, we were able to talk and laugh without having to worry about disturbing other people, which was fun.
* After trivia last night, a bunch of us went to Eric's house and got completely messed up. We also watched Ali G in da House (which I unfortunately remember very little of) and the dog, Bo, kept trying to eat my hand. I think. Will drove Liz and Heather home, but I brilliantly decided to sit in my car, listen to music, and wait out my buzz. I ended up falling asleep in Eric's driveway. So that was interesting. I woke up at about 4 this morning, remembered where I was, drove home, and fell asleep again. Woke up late for my lunch date with Roger, but it was ok because he was a little late, too.
Now I'm just killing time before I head into Atl to see Charlie. We're going to watch a jam band called Umphrey's McGee and get dinner at the Old Spaghetti Factory. Good times.
Tomorrow: Battle of the Bands at the Masquerade
Sunday: Hockey Night (or Hockey Afternoon, actually) in Gwinnett - with free Cam Brown bobblehead dolls!