Dubbin tapes in da hospital
A fresh start with a sticky day. If we push the van over 110 it wiggles like Jello.
LESSONS: Knives left on the roof fall through open windows and onto laps.
Water bottles left on the roof fall off and roll away.
Le Savoy, a beautiful little venue inside of Metropolis. We looked like a jazz band; the tables surrounding the stage with flickering candles, high stools to seat the audience. Katie nocked over Holly Miranda's bass cabinet... oops... thankfully it still works, did you know she fell down an escalator at the Bell centre last year, and only suffered a big scratch and a little concussion? I WOULD HAVE DIED and so would ANYONE ELSE, but Katie has one million lives. When she was little she fell off a television set.
Now I have terrible terrible stomach cramps so I have decided to go to the doctors before we go to America, because if one gets sick in America one becomes broke for the rest of their life. Health Care Reform Bill??? Has it passed...????? This means that the only doctors office open is the Emergency Clinic.... Agor and I will be going, all the while dubbing tapes in the hospital. (picture above)
WE HAVE MADE IT ACROSS AMERICA.
AGOR AND I DUBBED TAPES IN THE HOSPITAL.
WE ALL FEEL FREE AND RELIEVED.
THE FIRST LICENSE PLATE WE SAW WAS
LIVE FREE OR DIE
THE FIRST QUESTION I ASKED WAS 'DO YOU HAVE ANY RECYCLING?'
THE FIRST RESPONSE WAS 'NO.'
OH I AM BEING MEAN.....
IT'S SO GOOD TO BE HERE THOUGH,
FIRST STOP BOSTON!
WE WENT TO HARVARD TODAY AND TO MIT!
We ate Clam Chowder!
We walked past the 'OLDEST PUB IN AMERICA FROM 1797'!
Can you imagine what that pub must have been like?!!!!!!!
We have stayed in the most beautiful house in the world.
Sam is a jazz musician and he lives here.
His parents offered us beds and an open fridge.
We were here for a couple days, I think we all needed this.
Thank you Sam.