Wednesday, November 04, 2009

When a problem comes along
You must whip it

I was in Philly last weekend, visiting the city of brotherly love, seeing Pearl Jam, and visiting Stanette's brother, Stephan, and his wife, Sarah.



Didn't I, didn't I, didn't I see you cryin'?



I want you to want me.



I guess I'll end up alone just like before.



Well, I guess you people are expecting a blog post.



We phlew to Philly.



We were delayed in Bozeman because there was 10 inches of snow. The runways were all icy. We eventually got there, though.



Philly is a cool town.


(^^Masonic Temple. I wanted to take a tour, but they were closed that day. Probably working on a new secret handsake.)

Pearl Jam closed the Spectrum. They played the four final shows there over the weekend. That didn't suck at all. No, siree.



I want to do a big emergency brake powerslide in a vintage muscle car.



The dollar bill is trying to tell me something. (Bad attempt to make fun of that crappy Nicholaus Cage movie "National Treasure." That building behind me is the Masonic Temple again... It's doorway is the next picture.)



I sure did like Philly. We went to City Hall, and the Art Museum. I neglected to take the requisite Rocky photo at the top of the steps. There was a killer Gorky exhibit. They also had a great Dali, and an entire Marcel Duchamp exhibit that was incredible. Also, Rodin's "The Thinker" was inside the museum for cleaning, instead of across town at the Rodin museum, so we got to see that up close.



Stanette's brother and sister-in-law are great fun. We did a lot of laughing.



(^City Hall.)

Oh yes...



Phil-A-Delphi-A FREEDOM!



Thanks for reading.



Everything has changed.



WTF?



I failed to eat a cheesesteak in Philly.



All you mindful, skinny vegans can go ahead and SUCK IT!!



You can't really trust anybody who subsists on nuts and soy milk.



Before you know it, you're composting and abducting babies from the Dominican Republic and selling them on the black market to Madonna in the K-Mart parking lot.



Absolutely nothing's changed.



I am living the dream.



I met Matt Cameron on the street in Philly.

He played drums for Soundgarden.

He has played the skins for Pearl Jam since around '98...



Yay!



Check out the theremin...



On Halloween, in Philly, Pearl Jam put on Devo costimes and played "Whip It."

Need I say more?

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5 Comments:

Blogger k-top said...

Great pics my brother.Good to see you're keeping up your end of the bargain.

11:58 AM  
Blogger thedaydreamnation said...

Wow, stumbling into Matt Cameron on the street must have been quite a trip!

6:18 AM  
Anonymous EJ said...

Saw this and thought of you. Who knew Count Chocula was the most powerful of all the vampires.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_vampire_traits#Weaknesses

6:31 PM  
Anonymous EJ said...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_vampire_traits#Weaknesses

one more try

6:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

traits#Weaknesses

missing part

6:33 PM  

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