So this morning Nicola dropped by on her way to the ferry to pick up her lovely Doors sweatshirt because she's going to see THE DOORS tonight. Well, the Riders on the Storm, featuring two original members of the Doors, the evercool Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger. If you can remember back to my Arlo Guthrie post (IF YOU CAN'T, PLEASE REVIEW - APRIL ARCHIVES), where we met Rick Schmidlin, Ray Manzarek's best friend. Rick is going to personally introduce Nicola to Ray tonight, so I felt very happy to be a part of what is clearly going to be the greatest day of her life. She also gave me a beautiful 1983 Rolling Stone featuring Prince! I've been hunting this one for years and she gave it to me for free. NICOLA DEFINITELY DESERVES TO MEET RAY!
Oh, and for fans of Nicola's blog, Nicola's Vintage Boutique, she's been working on an EPIC Biba post. Like really, she's been working on it for months. I'm not saying get your hopes up but....get your hopes up. I'm so excited for it.
Then I went for Math tutoring. Uh, it didn't go so great because partway through I suddenly started thinking about CC Deville (I watched the Surreal Life where he got eliminated last night) and I got so into it, picturing where we'd have sex and stuff and I was a little, uh, distracted.
God, he's so sexy.
In that sense, I guess you could say it went excellently.
I really hate myself right now because I really love the song "Give It To Me" by Timbaland featuring Nelly Furtado (my hometown girlie) and Justin Timberfake. Justin's verse disses Prince, like where the fuck does some cocky kid from *NSYNC whose famous for dancing like a Michael Jackson imitator and having really bland good looks that get eleven year old panties in a bunch get the nerve to diss one of the greatest artists who can play dozens of different instruments and dance circles around Justin Timberlake.
"You say Sexy never left,
Then why's everybody on my shi-i-it"
is a reference to when Prince said onstage last year "To whoever is saying he's bringing sexy back, sexy never left". Which is true!
Though I do appreciate Justin aptly referring to his music as "shit".
And I doubt he's able to do the splits in stilettos now, nevermind at age 48.