Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Goats

Hey hey! The Mountain Goats are coming to Wellington. Thursday 8 Sept at Bodega. Gonna be there. Woohoo.

21 comments:

mik said...

rose,

Click my handle this time for a great John Darnielle (Mountain Goats) article about one of my favorite bands of all time, Lifter Puller (LFTR PLLR).

mik

Anonymous said...

guess who has a free ticket?

boo ya

yo

the scoop

the scoop said...

guess who has a free ticket?

boo ya

yo

Rose said...

O man! Lucky lucky lucky!
1. Hey are they on sale at Real Groovy?
2. Do you know how much?
3. And who the hell are ya? I'm guessing Mr C?

O'Grady said...

Real groovy.

Anonymous said...

i live in the same town as john darnielle and i know mick o'grady. how weird is that? go all blacks!

Rose said...

Hi Anonymous. Go the goats. Man, it's always the all blacks. You just can't get away from rugby in this country. Try as you might.

Rose said...

Which reminds me - gotta get my ticket for for the MGs. Can't forget. Can't forget.

O'Grady said...

who's mick o'grady?

Anonymous said...

Will the real Mick O'Grady please stand up.

marlene said...

this is marlene dietrich reporting from rubble without a coccyx.




o'grady? the name sounds familiar.

Rose said...

Marlene baby! But I thought you were dead. Is this a voice from beyond the grave?

md said...

I believe it is, yes.


have you got a light?


thanks for noticing.



marl[ene]

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mgm said...

Me too.

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Rose said...

Thanks for the tip. I think it might be time for a fruit salad breakfast.

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