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Thursday, April 26, 2007  
Shake It!

Oh how I have neglected this blog.... for anyone who is curious, I had a great time at the Brooklyn Half Marathon and finished in 2:00:03. If only I didn't have to stop to tie my shoe I could have broken 2 hours!

I visited Rochester, NY yesterday to do some work at a school, and I stayed with my good friend Austin. Rochester is a much larger and nicer city than I anticipated, and I had a good time during the 24 hours of my stay.

This weekend - I'm returning to Columbia's campus to play a show with Hello Nurse on the lawn at Barnard. We will be playing at 3:30pm on Lehman Lawn for anyone that's interested. There will be frisbee tossing and large slices of Koronets pizza involved.

Ahh College.

I got an iTunes gift certificate from a coworker, and here are the albums I bought, all of which I highly recommend:

Albert Hammond, Jr. - Yours to Keep
Guitarist from the Strokes formed his own band. If you like the Strokes, you'll like this too.

LCD Soundsystem - Sound of Silver
Fantastic dance rock album.

Dr. Dog - We All Belong
Recorded using all vintage instruments and analog recording gear from the 60's and 70's. This is one of the best pop albums I've heard in a long time. 5 stars!!

Silversun Pickups - Carnavas
West coast band, sounds reminiscent of Smashing Pumpkins. Fantastic sound textures and production.

Easy Star All Stars - Radiodread
This is a reggae band playing the entirety of Radiohead's OK Computer. This is a must-have album if you like OK Computer.

6:41 AM

Thursday, April 12, 2007  
Run Then Eat

Saturday is the Brooklyn Half Marathon, and I'm getting pumped up! My office space is provided by the Robin Hood Foundation, and a lot of folks here are running in the race so Robin Hood sponsored nice Nike shirts - and they were so kind to give the two Uncommon Schools runners shirts as well. We even got to have our names monogrammed on the shirt. On my order form I wrote "Go Dude Go" as my name, so of course my shirt is awesome.

After the race I'm going to an eating party which is less of a contest and more of a spectacle. Participants choose a food, set a goal for how much of that food they can eat, and then gorge like crazy. Here are some examples:

3 jars of apple sauce
1 gallon of ice cream (not finished)
1 box of Joe (Dunkin Donuts box of coffee, not finished)
1 bucket of fried chicken and 1/2 watermelon (so un-PC, so funny)
1 of each item on the White Castle menu

My choice: cereal. I think I'm going to try to down 3 boxes of Raisin Squares cereal, but that means I have to find a market that sells it. Hopefully the 13.1 miles I run in the morning will leave me ready for the gluttony that will proceed.

3:41 PM

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