A Good Day to Play

Two plays in 18 hours isn’t everybody’s idea of a good time, but it works for me. Zorro was enjoyable as long as they were singing and dancing. Have you ever watched someone play flamenco guitar up close? If I tried to play that fast I’d break my fingers. Some of the dialog was a bit stilted and unintentionally hilarious. The Female of the Species featured British national treasure Eileen Atkins and was one of the funniest things I’ve seen in quite a while. After the matinee, a long walk through a sunny London. How can I turn days like this into a money-making venture?

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I’m watching Bob play Guitar Hero III. I know this is going to make me sound a bit behind the times but I’ve never seen anyone play Guitar Hero before. I’m not sure how I feel about it. It looks tough although not as tough as learning how to play a guitar. I guess that’s part of the appeal. Quick results.

4 thoughts on “A Good Day to Play

  1. i loves me some guitar hero… and worse than playing it? i just watch. even worse? i play REAL guitars… Dear Bob is digging down to his trailer park roots with that shit… looking forward to seeing him play next time i’m in London!

  2. annie & daisy: Bob finally convinced me to strap it on (Guitar Hero, that is) and I definitely see the appeal but I’m still not sold. We watched a Spanish guitar virtuoso the night before. That’s the stuff that dreams are made of, not this hunk of plastic.

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