Neil (nt) wrote,

I've been busy the last few evenings burning CD-Rs for a trade. 17 discs in all. Approximately 10 minutes to extract and 20 minutes to write each disc. I'm trading some Dead, Garcia and David Nelson Band shows for shows by Cream, Miles Davis, Bob Marley, Charles Mingus, Van Morrison, the Rolling Stones, Richard Thompson, Sonny Rollins and Tom Waits. I'm nearly done, and will finish it tomorrow night.

I'm looking forward to the new Survivor, which starts tomorrow night. The Osbournes have come to Canadian TV, too, but I already have the shows on video. Must watch them again.

If the weather cooperates, I may get out of town on the weekend. That will be summer's last hurrah, as the autumnal equinox occurs at 10:56 p.m. MDT on Sunday.

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