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Couple of joints and a bottle of wine

Ah, Thursday! That means tomorrow is... FRIDAY!

I wonder if Chuck Mead has a video up for "I Wish It Was Friday"? Good song. Fun, bouncy, great on my workout playlist.

Goody Two-Shoes - Adam Ant
Walk This Way - Aerosmith
Rock Lobster - B52s
Fireflies & Corn Liquor - Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash
1970 Monte Carlo - Bastard Sons
Distance Between - BSoJC
Wind it Up - BSoJC
Where I Found You - BSoJC
Borderline of the Heart - BSoJC
No Easy Road - BSoJC
Interstate Cannonball - BSoJC
Rock and Roll Music - Beatles
I'll Cry Instead - Beatles
Things We Said Today - Beatles
Any Time At All - Beatles
Wantin' Her Again - Ben Kweller
Dancing With Myself - Billy Idol
Rebel Yell - Billy Idol
Out of Habit - BR549
Goodbye, Maria - BR549
You Flew The Coup - BR549
Georgia on a Fast Train - BR549
Cherokee Boogie - BR549
Little Ramona - BR549
I Ain't Never - BR549
Let Jesus Make You Breakfast - BR549
Two Feet of Topsoil - Brad Paisley
Long Sermon - Brad Paisley
The Nervous Breakdown - Brad Paisley
Dusty Old Road - Brandon Silveira
Born To Run - Bruce Springsteen
Glory Days - Bruce Springsteen
Out on the Natchez Trail - Chuck Mead
I Wish It Was Friday - Chuck Mead
Old Brown Shoe - Chuck Mead
Bad Moon Rising - Creedence Clearwater Revival
Lookin' Out My Backdoor - CCR (1)
Jimmy and Annie - Cross Canadian Ragweed
Alabama - CCR (2)
Crazy Eddie's Last Hurrah - CCR (2)
Brooklyn Kid - CCR (2)
Hammer Down - CCR (2)
Alabama (live) - CCR (2)
Fly Away - Dale Watson
Tell 'Em I Ain't Here - Dale Watson
Texas Boogie - Dale Watson
I Don't Rock No Cradle - Dale Watson
Hollywood Hillbilly - Dale Watson
Runaway Train - Dale Watson
Take A Look At Your Neighbor - Dale Watson
Kentucky in a Spin - Dale Watson (one of the BEST workout songs EVER)
Exit 109 - Dale Watson
Longhorn Suburban - Dale Watson
I'm Fixin' to Have Me A Breakdown - Dale Watson
Drag N' Fly - Dale Watson
Truckstop in La Grange - Dale Watson
Sit And Drink And Cry - Dale Watson
Whiskey or God - Dale Watson
Truckin' Queen (I Got My Nightgown On) - Dale Watson
38...21...34 -- Dale Watson
Heeah!! - Dale Watson
In The Jailhouse Now - Dale Watson
Love's Gonna Live Here - Daryle Singletary
There's Gonna Be A Few Changes - Dave Insley
Laid To Waste - Dave Insley
Roy Boy - Dave Insley (another top-notch moving song)
White Cross - Dave Insley
The World's Been Beatin' You Down - Dave Insley
West Texas Wine - Dave Insley
What's Left of Your Man - Dave Insley
Waitin' Where She Hides - Dave Insley
The Sporting Life - The Decemberists
Come On Eileen - Dexy's Midnight Runners
My Heart Skips A Beat - Dwight Yoakam
Gone (That'll Be Me) - Dwight Yoakam
Baby Why Not - Dwight Yoakam
Always Late With Your Kisses - Dwight Yoakam
Sittin' Pretty - Dwight Yoakam
Crazy Little Thing Called Love - Dwight Yoakam
That's Okay - Dwight Yoakam
The Late Great Golden State - Dwight Yoakam
Bossa Nova Baby - Elvis Presley
Tryin' To Get To You - Elvis
Tutti Frutti - Elvis
Blue Moon of Kentucky - Elvis
Moravia - Jesse Dayton
Tall Walkin' Texas Trash - Jesse Dayton
The One on The Right - Johnny Cash
I Was Made For Lovin' You - Kiss
Rock and Roll All Night - Kiss
Land Down Under - Men at Work
Beat It - Michael Jackson
Billie Jean - Michael Jackson
Billy, Don't Lose My Number - Phil Collins
Jar of Clay - Pinmonkey
Little Red Corvette - Prince
Mersey Beat - Reckless Kelly
Blue Collar Suicide - The Refreshments
Banditos - Refreshments
Wishful Drinking - Roger Wallace
Hang on Sally - Roger Wallace
I've Had Enough - Roger Wallace
It's Only Rock & Roll - Rolling Stones
I Palindrome I - They Might Be Giants
See The Constellation - They Might Be Giants
Istanbul (Not Constantinople) - They Might Be Giants
We Want A Rock - They Might Be Giants
Put Your Hand Inside the Puppet Head - They Might Be Giants
Don't Let's Start - They Might Be Giants
Runnin' Down A Dream - Tom Petty
867-5309 - Tommy Tutone
Mexican Radio - Wall of Voodoo
Good Hearted Woman - Waylon & Willie
Everything You Know is Wrong -- Weird Al Yankovic
Truck Drivin' Song - Weird Al

It's 118 songs; I run through them all in about a week, depending on how long I work out. I've changed it up a few times, but I'm in the process of loading iTunes and all my playlists onto Jonathan, so I may change some things. There are a few songs here that are indispensable on the ellipsis, especially "Dancing With Myself," "Kentucky in a Spin," "Roy Boy," and "Everything You Know Is Wrong."

October 8:
The Chicago Fire

On this evening in 1871 began the famous Chicago fire, which was believed to have been started by a cow owned by a Mrs. O’Leary. It recently came to light, however, that a more likely suspect was a one-legged ne’er-do-well neighbor of O’Leary named “Peg Leg” Sullivan, who testified that he saw the fire break out while he was at his nearby home. But careful sleuthing has determined that his story was not credible because his view was obstructed by other buildings. It is conjectured that he had gone into the barn housing O’Leary’s famous cow for beer just before the fire broke out and had knocked over the lantern himself, leaving the broiled cow to take the rap.

In America in 1876 (1877) John Leng wrote of an unusual problem that confronted the United States during Reconstruction: “From every country and city in the civilized world money came pouring in till in less than a fortnight we had to telegraph them to stop. As it is, we have $500,000 unspent, and if we had not telegraphed there would have been $5,000,000!”

Why is it whenever we (Phoenix, or Arizona in general) make the national news, it’s always something really bad? Yes, the entire country knows our county sheriff is as squirrelly as they come… but it’s embarrassing to see him on CNN saying that he’ll “uphold the law” no matter who tells him to stop, even the Federal Government and the Justice Department (because that’s just politics, it has nothing to do with the WAY ol’ Loopy Joe is going about enforcing these laws, of course...). *headdesk*

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Oct. 9th, 2009 03:59 am (UTC)
that's some fun music
Oct. 10th, 2009 12:40 am (UTC)
Keeps me going! :-)
Oct. 9th, 2009 10:41 am (UTC)
That's a great workout list. I confess that I usually work out to 80s dance music, but whatever works, right? ;-)

Hugs and a good Friday to you!
Oct. 10th, 2009 12:43 am (UTC)
Well, there ARE a number of 80's dance tunes there! But some of the Americana boys can really crank it up -- "Kentucky in a Spin" and "Roy Boy" are awesome... and the Weird Al tunes are surprisingly heart-rate-upping... *g*

Today I went from "Hammer Down" to "Roy Boy," so Monday I'll pick up with "White Cross," unless I get everything loaded onto Jonathan this weekend and re-do some of the list!
Oct. 9th, 2009 02:44 pm (UTC)
TGIF! And tomorrow's CATURDAY!!!!

I'll email Maggie's list later, but what do you think -- your place or mine? I'm good with either :) .
Oct. 10th, 2009 12:44 am (UTC)
Hooray for Caturday!

Your place is dandy, if you like!

Oct. 10th, 2009 07:03 am (UTC)
Steve was watching a show about Sheriff Joe and his little fiefdom. In the tent city, a man booed him and when when he wouldn't tell Joe his name, he got sent into lockdown for thirty days for not answering! I think it was more the boo, actually. Man looked like a rabid animal when he heard that. More violence in him than his inmates, you can hear it when he talks.
Oct. 10th, 2009 04:19 pm (UTC)
I know! The man scares the hell out of me. I can't believe Arizonans keep voting for him! The entire international community looks down on us for keeping that man in power, but somehow he keeps getting elected...!

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