Birthday's, D-Days and Mondays
Hello all out there in blogger land!
Today is my birthday and I am 25...I wish I was either 16 again or 55 and retired. Instead I'm a quarter of a century old and stuck in a studio all day. My lovely lady friend is bringing me lunch....Chik-Fil-A!!!! They are few and far between out here in the west, but there's one in the South Bay, one in Irvine...and i don't know where else...but today I get the best chicken sandwich in the world, the best chicken nuggets in the world, and some sweet tea. STOKED!
It's a monday, the weekend was pretty eventful, we played the MTV Movie Awards which is supposed to air on Thursday I think. We saw a bunch of famous dudes and gals. We sat across the aisle from Dakota Fanning..she is so tiny and absolutely adorable (Ryan asked her out, but she's only 12....gross) Brian Grazer sat behind us, famous people everywhere. I got a head-nod from Samuel Jackson which means I'm legit and i met a Humphrey Bogart look-alike. Ryan and Sean kept saying it was really him, but I kept saying he was dead. Then i bought into it cause it really looked like him and "H. Bogart" was on the dressing room door. When I told my mom I met him...she said well that's awesome and must have been really extraordinary because he's dead. Sure enough Humphrey Bogart passed in 1957 and if he were still alove today he would be 106...dude was born in 1899...I thought I was getting old.
So anyway, today is also the 61st anniversary of D-Day. This day in 1944, our faithful troops stormed the beaches at Normandie, what will live to be one of the darkest days in the history of modern civilation and war, to overturn the German invasion and occupancy of France which was one of the biggest stepping points in the WWII victory over zzzzzzzz......
Sorry about the hisory lesson...I've just always associated my B-Day with D-Day. Last year we were actually in Berlin playing a show on June 6th...I was happy and drunk cause it was my birthday, but it was a pretty somber day overall for the citizens of Germany.
Ogely dogely...that's all I got for you guys. Talk to you next week.
Peter Michael Mosely