Note, Follies, & Crooked Fingers

It’s been a long day of working on footnotes for my “note” for the Boston University Journal of Science and Technology. Writing a 35-page note is a requirement of all of the journals (as far as I know) so that they have a pool of content from which to pick publishable works. What if my topic doesn’t really have 35 pages to be written? I guess I have to add filler, which is what I’ve done. This thing has been in the works for far too long. Almost done.
In other news, I’ve signed up to be the guitarist for “Legal Follies”, which is (and I know this may sound incredibly strange and silly) a broadway-style production about law school, written and performed exclusively by law students. Most of the songs are parodies, so they should be easy to learn and play. It should be a lot of fun.
I’m listening to Crooked Fingers right now, which is just brilliant music. I was going to see if I could pick up a couple albums on half.com, looks like someone is trying to sell this album for $1300! It’s good. It’s really good, but it ain’t that good.