There's a longstanding myth that the Inuit have 50 words for snow. While they do have quite a few, there are just as many in English. Consider "flurry," "blizzard," and "sleet" for example. In fact, there are quite a few similarities between languages, such as the ubiquitous phrase, "umiatsiaasara pullattagaq nimerussanik ulikkaarpoq."
…and given this week's weather, it's probably choked with ice.
This was something I did on a lark with a guitarist named Robert Robbins back in 1992 or so. I always found it a bit festive.
Today is also Isaac Newton's birthday.
Everybody needs a 303.
Inspired by Felix Gilman. Or not. The real story depends on who you ask.
Turn east. Think north. Reverse.
Aubade for crouched telephones and sleeping construction sites.
Well, it sounded happier when I was putting it all together.
Two chords and the truth. That's what rock and roll is, man.