Bear With Me…

19 03 2010

Not that you guys are holding your breath for my next blog post, but I just wanted to let you all know that I did not post yesterday and will not be posting (a real post) today because I’m working on a big investigative story that is consuming all of my being.  The story will be out Monday, and I should have a juicy new post by the end of the weekend, so check back!





7 responses

19 03 2010

I’ll blog for you. Is it just me, or is it really difficult to get a DC crowd dancing? Is everywhere in America like this? It’s starting to piss me off. Why does it take hours and many drinks to get a room/bar/club full of people in DC to start moving when the simplest dance music ever invented (house) is booming, or some funk band laying down the stankiest bass line ever, punctuating it with amazing sax? Is it b/c DC is a magnet for type-a overachievers? I feel like that should mean there is MORE dancing going on. Maybe honors programs at tier 1 colleges need to start having a dancing requirement. If they all move to that this year, in four years this place will have a kick ass dance scene.

19 03 2010

Tomorrow (saturday) night at Jimmy Valentines, guaranteed dancing all night.

music so good, it gets you pregnant

19 03 2010

I have not had this experience– maybe you’re going to the wrong places? Try madams organ next time, or chief ikes.

I mean, sure, D.C. is a little stiffer than other cities. But you can’t stop the dance.

By the way, I’m LOVING this whole, “you blog instead of me” idea. Let’s do more of this.

19 03 2010

I’d volunteer but I’d end up killing the conversation and talking to myself.

Good luck on the story.

19 03 2010

Maybe I overstated my case. Sure, dancing can be found if you look for it. But, I definitely see dance-resistance more often than I would like to. It’s tragic.

19 03 2010

I mean good try, but I will not be bearing with you. Get your bears elsewhere.

20 03 2010

That little boy holding his breath…what a great picture! I knew a girl in high school who could hold her breath till she fainted. She would do it to entertain us.

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