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Riot Nrrd is stuck in my head.

I have Riot Nrrd stuck in my head again. I would blame karaksindru, but I don't remember ever playing Supermercado in the car except when we were in North Carolina and played random music back at people's craptastic bass. The day we went hunting for the muffler Jesus in Greenville, we had Mink Car Factory Showroom on repeat, so we started the car at Dunkin' Donuts and blasted a scowling couple that followed us out with the opening to "S-E-X-X-Y". I'm still amazed we didn't get lynched down there for our wacky combination of miscegenation and Not Smoking.
This song goes out to all the ones with coke bottle glasses
To all you lonely kids who were the last pick in gym class
We got your back, detract your malefactors
All you up in the back unite like Thundercats

Today's objective is to finish sorting the 2T clothes out and prepare it for shipping. Secondary objectives include ironing and photographing the shirts I cross-stitched for Laurel last summer, updating the CD listing I keep on oddharmonic.org, and deciding what to make for Valentine's Day dinner. Glasses hunting is currently slated for Wednesday.


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Jan. 27th, 2004 07:15 am (UTC)
1) "S-E-X-X-Y" is on _Factory Showroom_ (or the S-E-X-X-Y EP, of which there were two versions released to the public on CD, plus 1 entirely different 12" - this does not include promo issues.), not _Mink Car_.

2) Did I ever send you "Stockholm Love"? It was slated for 2 Skinnee J's album "Volumizer", issued as a promo-single even to radio stations (we had one at K103. That I played the _fuck_ out of.), but then they got dropped from their label, and when Volumizer _finally_ came out like 2 or 3 years later, "Stockholm Love" _wasn't on it_, despite it _totally ruling_. And I was all "what the fuck, man." So, uh, yeah. I've got the mp3 of it, which I think I either downloaded or ripped myself from our promo copy of the thing, and I think the latter.

3) Oh, has Laurel outgrown 2T Clothing? What size is she now? Why doesn't children's clothing have a normal labels that I can figure out what they mean like "S" "M" "L" "XL" and "FABSETC" (the last is "fat ass baby, stop eatin' the Cheetos.") (Or "GFI" for "Giant, Feral Infant".)
Jan. 27th, 2004 07:16 am (UTC)
Heh, FABSETC clothing would almost certainly fit my son. I wish he WERE eating cheetos, so I could cut them out of his diet.
Jan. 27th, 2004 04:10 pm (UTC)
My little brother was a really cute chubby baby. I don't know what happened to him, 'cause somewhere in his toddlerhood we started being able to count his ribs even though he ate constantly and now he's nearly 6' and I can still count his ribs.
Jan. 27th, 2004 04:09 pm (UTC)
1. I stand humbly corrected. I was seeing the Factory Showroom cover and somehow came up with Mink Car. You may beat me with wet noodles.

2. No, but I'd love an MP3 of it. I only own Supermercado so far because I found a hella cheap used copy on Amazon and knew I'd be nuts not to buy is for $2 plus shipping.

3. 3T. Children's clothing sizes are less confusing than women's clothing to me because they're consistent. Infant and toddler clothing is sized roughly by age (0-3, 3-6, 6-9, 9-12 and 12 and 18 months, then 2T, 3T and 4T), then kids' clothing steps up numerically from 4 to 18-20 (the kiddie equivalent of FABSTEC, or Hella Cheap Clothing For Me since I'm just short enough that it fits).
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