So why aren't I there? Well, I have a few good reasons:
- Even though I started driving my own car again today, I'm trying to get back to that in little bits, and a trip to Denton isn't a "little bit" of driving no matter how you slice it.
- If I went to the concert, I'd get home about midnight or so, possibly later. I also have to meet a bus for Colorado at 6 a.m. tomorrow (yes, it's time for the annual college trip again). Those two things don't sound like a good combination.
- One of my friends wanted to go, and would have split the driving with me, but he's in the same boat: He catches a bus for work at around 7 a.m. or so; neither of us were really up to a trip that late tonight.
And thanks to the folks at KNTU, one of my college haunts, for making this available on the Web (or, as Steve Wiest said just a minute ago, "beaming it all the way to Pluto").
QUOTE OF THE DAY: "Every time a trombone player gets signed to a label, an angel get its wings."--Wiest, in a "halftime" interview with KNTU Program Manager Mark Lambert.