Dec 3, 2005

A lot of power chords, er, cords. (link)


I think this put me in the holiday spirit,

and made me wish i lievd in a cooler neighborhood.




Pinko, this is all for you.

7 Comments:

At 3.12.05, Blogger Pinko Punko said...

That's like the fountains at Bellagio. But even cooler. Holy crap.

I was secretly holding out for Tom Sawyer.

So in Vegas those crazy fountains at the Bellagio go off every 20 minutes or so, choreographed to different music. I'm thinking we'll get something cool, or at least mid-tempo.

We go "My Song"-Elton John. I almost just took a piss in the water. Sheesh. They could have at least done Rocket Man.

 
At 3.12.05, Blogger mdhatter said...

I have a photo montage of my trip to vegas, and me in front of ALL of those mega fountains, giving each and one the flying middle finger on behalf of the colorado river.

But yeah, they are beautiful, it's just too bad only half the water manages to fall to the ground before evaporating.

 
At 3.12.05, Blogger Seitz said...

I can't get it to work.

 
At 3.12.05, Blogger Pinko Punko said...

click the headline, not the screwed up question mark.

 
At 3.12.05, Blogger Pinko Punko said...

especially when it is 110. That's true. Vegas is evil, unless you really need to have sex and have no one to turn to.

 
At 3.12.05, Blogger mdhatter said...

Vegas is just rather well lit and surprisingly wet for such a dark palce.

I admit to having a ball, and at a net cost of about 2 bucks an hour after winnings and hotel room. In 5 years, when 3Bulls has got the sort of venture capital reserved for certain boggers, I fully expect a convention trip (gratis, of course)

 
At 4.12.05, Blogger Adorable Girlfriend said...

I used to like Vegas on Corporate dollars. Yep, I had a client in Vegas. All the food and the hotels were paid for. I would schlepp out there and go gambling with my clients and totally write the whole thing off!

I heart Vegas on Corporate dollars!

I have to admit, Monaco was much better and I really liked this little dive I once went to in the Wisconsin Dells. With me, it's about the obsecure places.

 

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