March 14th, 2003


There IS something I should know!

Gal-pal Rhonda and I went to dinner tonight, and on the way back, as my 50-cent copy of Duran Duran's "Decade" played in the tape deck, she said: "Oh, wait, here comes the worst D2 lyric of all times."

Now, the one she cited is pretty bad, but there's one I think is possibly worse. LJ readers, settle this friendly dispute.

Poll #112636 Please note it is a hollow victory to say "all of them".

Which is the silliest/worst Duran Duran lyric:

"Don't say you're easy on me/you're about as easy as a nuclear war" (Is There Something I Should Know?)
"Some people call it a one night stand/But we can call it paradise" (Save a Prayer)
I have a write in vote:

Here is my write in vote since I selected option 3:

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Remember, you saw it here first. (unless you first saw it somewhere else.)

So, it looks like I'm going to be AFK for the entire weekend due to hanging in Seattle and staying with someone who, ironically, is currently offline despite having been a multimedia/web designer. It's Ironic, like rain on your wedding day. So I get a 30+ hour vacation from LJ, whether I want one or not. This has happened before without preplanning, but late Thursday, I'm fairly sure I won't be back til late Sunday afternoon. which means I have to write up weekend alerts now.

So it is imperative that now I tell those of you reading this who live in the SeaTac area that if you happen to find yourself around the Seattle Center on Saturday starting at 4pm and lasting til who knows when, there might be somethin' to see. There might be media, and quasi government officials standing by, who may wonder by the end of the night how they got talked into showing up in the first place. Unlike Santacon, I think this spectacle is a little less expected, more confusing to tourists, and generally a bit less crazy than Santa. So if youre in the hood, drop by. And beware the Ides of March.
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