This is the poster of the Office concert that I wanted to go to, but didn’t for a few reasons. One, it was all the way in San Francisco, and I didn’t feel like driving all the way over there. Well, okay, it’s only one reason.
Not many bands come to Sacramento, so I should be more proactive in going to concerts when bands I know do come. I missed The Forms when they showed up. I missed VHS or Beta and Moving Units. I also missed Film School, which actually would have been a good concert.
Sacramento needs to have a better indie music scene.
Or at least promote itself as one.
Jelena Dokic is staging a comeback. At last. It’s been too long, and poetically she’s trying to do it at the Australian Open where she has historically chosen not to compete in.
Luckily, school will still be in Christmas recess so I’ll actually be able to watch a lot of tennis for those two weeks.
I watched I Am Legend and it was okay. The beginning to the middle parts were a bit slow and boring. There also wasn’t enough action. Here’s a cool article that debunks many of the movie’s plot points. Anyone who thought what happens in the movie could actually happen in real life can feel mighty stupid now.
Quote about Bo Jackson:
“Third time up, Yankees manager Stump Merrill walked out to the mount to ask pitcher Andy Hawkins how he intended to get Bo out this time.
‘I’ll pitch it outside,’ Hawkins said.
‘It better be way outside,’ Merrill replied.
Hawkins threw it way outside. Jackson poked the ball over the right field fence for his third homer. The New York crowd went bananas.” – “The Lenged of Bo Jackson” by Joe Posnanski in the Sept. 2007 issue of Baseball Digest.