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I bought an iPod mp3 player last night. It was wicked expensive and I balked at the cash register a few times trying to justify the expense. I feel better now that I hooked it up to my computer and loaded it with every song I have ever downloaded and all the cd's I've bought and converted to mp3. It is only half full! Tomorrow I am going to bring in some cd's and experiment with importing them into the iPod. It's lots of fun to mess with and now contains 5,286 songs. That's a lot of music to carry around with me!

- Wednesday, December 29, 2004 at 12:17:12 (PST)
Had some very nice holidays with my kids and family. Went to my folks house for the annual gathering surrounded by siblings, nieces and nephews. My kids had a blast with their cousins. My job was to assemble the new toys for my son. He got a rad Hot Wheels set-up and a pirate ship that had, like, a hundred pieces. My daughter got some beautiful dolls and was lost in kid-world for most of the day. After a big family dinner, we lounged around a bit then went home. The next day we went to Chucky Cheese. Finally, we went to Game Stop where my son bought Crash Bandicoot for Playstation with his own money. Happy Holidays to all!

- Tuesday, December 28, 2004 at 15:44:14 (PST)
Saw a WILD rockabilly show this weekend. Opening up were the Royal Deuces from San Francisco. They really heated up the place! Following them up were Omar & The Stringpoppers with members from Mexico. They played with an abundance of energy like early Elvis. Omar danced like a wild man, screaming and crooning as well as I have ever seen. Great show!

- Monday, December 20, 2004 at 10:10:49 (PST)
Went to an interesting show this weekend at a redneck club in Santee. The Bandits tore it up with their blend of psycobilly country. This band is definitely up-and-coming and attracted a fun crowd of punky girls and guys. Opening for them was The Buzzbombs. This is another band of kids who just rocked. It was a great show, except for when some drunken hick tried to pick a fight with me. It was kinda scary!

- Monday, December 13, 2004 at 10:51:52 (PST)
Saw a pretty good show on Sunday night. Dexter Romweber was the first to come on. His band consisted of himself playing guitar and singing backed up by only a drummer. I have never seen a duo before and was suprised at how big a sound two guys could make. The Sadies came on next. This band rocked and were one of the most enjoyable acts I have seen in a while. After a too short set, they came back on to back up fellow Canadian Neko Case. I was prepared to not like her since the music downloads I had were all pretty mellow. On stage she really picked up the pace and ended up giving me shivers of enjoyment with her fine voice and beauty. All in all, it was an evening worth braving the cold and rain.

- Monday, December 06, 2004 at 09:50:43 (PST)
Had a really nice vacation with the kids. We went to my sister's for Thanksgiving dinner and camped out in the canyon for the night. In the morning, a bunch of the cousins went fishing. Both my kids got seasick, but it went away when we left the rolling sea and went deep into San Diego Bay. On Saturday we just hung around the house takin' it easy, then we went to the beach again on Sunday. My crazy kids were swimming while those on the shore were wearing winter coats. They are sure a couple of troopers!

- Tuesday, November 30, 2004 at 09:36:28 (PST)
Had a mini-vacation last weekend with the kids at the Hanalei Resort in Mission Valley. We really lived it up! Between visits to the pool and jacuzzi we had dinner in the Islands Restaurant and breakfast at the Peacock Cafe. Our ground-floor room opened up on the garden and was just a few steps from the pool. Perfect!

- Monday, November 22, 2004 at 11:49:55 (PST)
It was an all-star guest night at the rockabilly club last night. Pat Reyford from England's swing outfit Big Six was in town on vacation and came in to jam with his guitar and energetic vocals. Local favorite Paul Diffin stood in on the upright bass. There was a fine steel guitarist who also played the accordian and trombone. Ty from Hot Rod Lincoln sat in on drums to round out the five-piece band. The night ended with Rip Carson joining the band to sing a few and strum the acoustic guitar. Good fun!

- Friday, November 12, 2004 at 09:31:15 (PST)
Threw a birthday party for my beautiful daughter Saphira last night. The grandparents and some neighborhood kids came. I gave her the Twister game to play with her friends. What a riot! The kids were tangled up in knots! It was extra special in that her best friends came to her party. Saphira said it was the best party she ever had!

- Wednesday, November 10, 2004 at 09:52:39 (PST)
I got my backpack back! My neighbor found it in his backyard. It got rained on and the mp3 player fried. Other than that, the camera and PDA still work fine. The only thing missing was the phone and I already replaced that. My ID and cards were all there, including $100 cash! Needless to say, I was glad to see all my stuff again.

- Wednesday, November 03, 2004 at 13:52:36 (PST)
Had a fun Holloween with the kids. We had a carnival at school and a party up the street. Our carved pumpkins came out awesome! Then, on trick-or-treat night, the kids made out like bandits. Secretly, I have been munching on their Twix bars and Snickers. There were even orange Kit-Kats!

- Monday, November 01, 2004 at 10:28:45 (PST)
Saw a cool show last night at the rockabilly club. The opening band was the High-Strung Ramblers. They were really good in an authentic 50's rock. If it was even possible, the next band was even more energetic! They were Rockin' Ryan and the Wild Gonners. The place was junping with jive!

- Saturday, October 30, 2004 at 12:03:15 (PST)
Saw Sue Moreno last night. She came all the way from Holland to rock the house! Not only was she beautiful, but she also had a wonderful singing voice. Backed up by the C.C. Jerome Trio, it was a pure rockabilly evening. Like usual, there was hardly anyone there. I don't understand it. Maybe it is because Thursday night is a hard night for those who work. I know it is rough for me! I slept, like, four hours. I may feel tired today, but it was worth it!

- Friday, October 29, 2004 at 12:59:56 (PDT)
Saw Lil' Bit and the Customatics again last night at the rockabilly club. They played a bunch of tunes I knew since I am a fan and have both their cd's. In a typical lame San Diego scene way there was only a couple dozen people left for their set. It was over late and I had to get up at 6:30 to get the kids off to school, so I'm a bit tired today.

- Friday, October 22, 2004 at 13:03:04 (PDT)
Someone walked into my home during the weekend and stole my backpack. In it was my Pocket PC, digital camera, mp3 player, cell phone, wallet, sephardic prayer book and more. I was a slave to that pack, always afraid of it being ripped off. Well now it happened and I'm kinda relieved. Just now I disconnected all the cables from my computer. It's sad to lose all my stuff, but it's all a part of life I guess.

- Wednesday, October 20, 2004 at 09:44:18 (PDT)
Even though I have seen Hot Rod Lincoln a bunch of times, I still enjoyed their show last night. The bass player I really liked has moved on and last night's drummer was different, but they still played that good ol' rockabilly. I had a breakthrough last night and decided that any band that can play Sleepwalk is pretty durn cool!

- Friday, October 15, 2004 at 10:35:16 (PDT)
Went to a dissapointing show Saturday night when I went to see Rosie Flores at the rockabilly club. She was solo (no backup band) which is ok if you're practicing in the garage. I wanted to see a honky-tonkin' band, not a folk singer. Deke Dickerson was the headline band. They did a funky hillbilly set which was just allright. The highlight of the night was when Rip Carson switched from bass to guitar and sang a song. I ended up going home early.

- Monday, October 11, 2004 at 14:03:54 (PDT)
Today is Simcha Torah, the culmination of this year's High Holy Days which began with Rosh Hashannah 23 days ago. Last night we took the Torah scrolls out in synagogue and danced with them in celebration of reading the Torah end-to-end during the preceeding year. It is one of the most festive holidays in the Jewish calendar. It is also ancient, practiced around the world for thousands of years.

- Friday, October 08, 2004 at 10:17:03 (PDT)
It was Yom Kippur on Saturday, and I spent over 7 hours in synagogue praying. Called the day of repentance, Jews confess their sins and commit to a renewed new year of living better than before. It's a pretty heavy day, the most intense one of the year. I lightened up and saw the Three Bad Jacks again at the rockabilly club Saturday night. On Sunday, my folks had a BBQ and the family got together to swim, eat, and have a "goode" time.

- Monday, September 27, 2004 at 09:48:33 (PDT)
Went to see Rip Carson last night at The Tower Bar. He is one of the best rockabilly guitarists around and has a smooth voice and stage presence. The San Diego scene kinda sucks. While he was playing I counted 21 people at the show. That's a crazy small number for such a major talent. Still, it was nice to have a seat and not be shoved around by the crowd. He is scheduled to play every Thursday... We'll see how long that lasts!

- Friday, September 24, 2004 at 10:03:30 (PDT)
Went to see another double feature at the movies last night. The first movie was Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow. It had awesome special effects and was like a comic book the way they mixed futuristic scenes with live action. The second feature was Vanity Fair. It was a little slow, but has lush turn-of-the-century scenes and costumes. It was pretty late by the time it was over and it turned into a feat of endurance to sit through it. All said, it was another fun night at the movies.

- Tuesday, September 21, 2004 at 09:20:45 (PDT)
Took the kids to lunch at TGI Friday's yesterday and had a big ol' burger. The kids had fun exploring about the decor and eating kid's meals. We went to the beach afterward, even though there was a chill breeze. When we got home, I was pleased to find The Titanic movie on TV. It was incredible! No wonder it won the academy award!

- Monday, September 20, 2004 at 13:45:45 (PDT)
Took a couple days off work for Rosh Hashannah last week. For Jews, It's a pretty big deal. On that day, we are blessed for the entire coming year. Needless to say, the prayers are full of repentance and hope. Now I am back at work. I had 423 emails waiting for me at the office.

- Sunday, September 19, 2004 at 10:26:43 (PDT)
Saw a cool double feature at the movies last night. The first was the kung-fu thriller Hero. It was packed with incredible effects. Fighters were flying around flipping in the air and moving with astonishing quickness. It was a little hard to follow since it was subtitled in english, but it was nothing but exciting. The second movie was Cellular. This movie was also about a hero, but one who was thouroughly modern. Some kid was contacted on his cell phone by a woman whose family was kidnapped. He then takes on crooked cops and saves the family from being murdered. It was also very exciting. All-in-all it was an excellent night at the theatre.

- Tuesday, September 14, 2004 at 09:16:53 (PDT)
Saw James Intveld last night at the rockabilly club. He put on a great show! I've seen him a bunch of times over the last 20 years. I saw him way back when his band was the Rockin' Shadows. We ate too many buffalo wings and finger burritos at the club, so I was too bloated to dance much. We did dance a bit, but mostly just kicked back in a booth and enjoyed the scene.

- Friday, September 10, 2004 at 10:00:47 (PDT)
Took the kids to a birthday party at Moonlight Beach on Sunday. It was baking hot and crowded, but we got lucky and parked close. The kids swam after doing party games with the other kids. Lotsa fun in the summer sun! It was a good way to end their school vacation. They started school again today. They are growing so fast! My son started 1st grade and my daughter is now in 3rd!

- Tuesday, September 07, 2004 at 10:02:09 (PDT)
Saw Lil' Esther and her Tinstars last night. They came all the way from Holland to play at Tio Leo's. They put on a good show of honky-tonkin' rockabilly. By the end of the night the crowd had thinned out a lot. It just made for more room on the dance floor!

- Friday, September 03, 2004 at 13:22:17 (PDT)
Saw Donnie Darko last night at the movies. It was pretty freaky wierd. Darco was a disturbed teenager who had voices in his head and had discussions with a six-foot rabbit about heady subjects like time travel, alternate reality, death and fate. It really started to drag and actually got boring. In the end, the movie kinda sucked, but it has a pretty cool website.

- Tuesday, August 24, 2004 at 09:28:35 (PDT)
It was my birthday on Saturday (44) and I had a couple parties during the weekend. First, my mother-in-law had me over for dinner on Friday night. Then, my folks got the family together on Sunday for a pool party. It is nice to be recognised, even if it is for having reached middle-age!

- Monday, August 23, 2004 at 15:06:10 (PDT)
Went to see Wayne Hancock last night at a club I haven't been to in years, Brick by Brick. It was a three-piece band with no drums. Just a rhythm guitar, a lead guitar, and an upright bass. It's a deep roots approach and they did it well. They had a pretty serious honky-tonk thing going on. Did some swing dancing to the Texas beat.

- Thursday, August 19, 2004 at 09:35:27 (PDT)
I took the day off yesterday to hang out with the kids during their vacation from school. We got a room at the Mission Bay Hilton and did it up in style! While eating dinner in the hotel restaurant (and charging it to our room, which is always fun) a fireworks display went off at nearby Sea World. We went back to our beautiful garden room and stayed up late raiding the mini-bar and watching TV. I was a little stressed in the morning about getting out of the room by checkout time, but lots of good fun in the pool made that feeling go away. We finished off the day with a bike ride on the boardwalk and a walk on the bay. A classic day it was... It will never be forgotten!

- Thursday, August 19, 2004 at 09:26:09 (PDT)
Took the kids to the circus yesterday. What a blast! There are many reasons why the World Famous Ringling Brothers and Barnum Baily Circus is called "The Greatest Show On Earth." There were acrobats, clowns, high-wire walkers, flying trapeze, motorcycles whizzing around in a steel globe of death, a lion tamer... The whole deal!

- Monday, August 16, 2004 at 10:46:42 (PDT)
Saw Elvis and the Disciples of the King last night at the Rockabilly Club. It was lots of fun! The band consisted of members from Three Bad Jacks and the drummer from LA Punk Band X. They played Elvis songs all night long in a fast and furious manner. I just love that rockabilly music!

- Friday, August 13, 2004 at 09:21:20 (PDT)
Went to see Lady Dottie & The Diamonds last night in a tiny little dive-bar called The Tower. The place was so small that they had to move the pool table to make room for the band. They performed some really good rockin' blues. I had fun, even though the band didn't come on until 11pm. Needless to say, I'm a little tired today after a late night.

- Tuesday, August 10, 2004 at 14:25:44 (PDT)
I spent the weekend curled around a good book, Walking Drum by Louis L'Amour. I have been on a western book kick for some time now and L'Amour is king of the genre. The kids got mad at me and called me lazy for laying around. I can't help it sometimes... I have always been a reader and this latest book is sooo good!

- Monday, August 09, 2004 at 09:49:28 (PDT)
My kids are on summer break from school now, so I took the day off yesterday to take them to Belmont Park. They did all the rides they wanted, then started looking to arcade-style games for fun. $5 for 10 darts to pop balloons with. $2 for 5 basketball hoop throws. $1 a pop for an air hockey game. We ran up quite a tab by day's end, but the kids had fun. To me, that's all that matters. I work so we can have a life. We do, and it's a good one!

- Thursday, July 29, 2004 at 10:12:49 (PDT)
Finally opened a video store membership last night and rented The Wash starring Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre. It was good entertainment, although pretty stupid. What the heck, sometimes stupid is just right.

- Tuesday, July 13, 2004 at 10:06:19 (PDT)
Went to Presidio Park to see 4th of July fireworks. It sits on a high hill, so we were able to see fireworks from San Diego Bay, Ocean Beach, Mission Bay and Sea World. There were a lot of people doing the same thing, so it was quite a scene. The kids had fun, and so did I!

- Thursday, July 08, 2004 at 13:46:58 (PDT)
Last night I had the pleasure of enjoying one of the finest rockabilly bands around when San Diego Local Rip Carson played. I had been wanting to see them for years and they were well worth the wait. He had one of the smoothest voices and a truly rockin' guitar. The bass player from the Silverjets provided a perfect backbeat, with the help of the acoustic guitar. Top notch show! One of the best ever!

- Friday, July 02, 2004 at 10:02:06 (PDT)
Saw Coffee & Cigarettes last night in Hillcrest. It is a new film by Jim Jarmusch. It consisted of short vignettes about people having, ta da, coffee and cigarettes. Jarmusch is very creative in creating characters that are ironic and a little bit manic. His films aren't for everyone, but I am a big fan and have been for years.

- Tuesday, June 29, 2004 at 09:25:18 (PDT)
Saw a couple cool movies Saturday Night. The first one was The Stepford Wives. It was a horror story, but so funny and entertaining. It had a great cast and the kind of story that had us talking about it after the show. Terminal was starting as we left the first movie, so we ducked in for the "double feature". We expected this one to be a dud, but were pleased to be dissapointed! It was very good! There was a paradox between the movie guy getting stuck in a airline terminal for 9 months and us on the outside running through the motions of our lives. Great movies. I recommend them both!

- Monday, June 28, 2004 at 09:44:21 (PDT)
Took the kids to the world famous San Diego Zoo yesterday. It was really fun! For a change, we rode around on the tour bus and saw all sorts of animals in fancy enclosures. We were kinda lazy about walking around, but saw all the reptiles. We also caught the seal show. My daughter sat with her mom right down front in the "Splash Zone". Not me! I didn't want to get wet! We finished up the adventure with a visit to the children's zoo petting corral. Good fun! We are lucky to have such a cool zoo in our town!

- Sunday, June 26, 2004 at 12:14:47 (PDT)
I'm getting off work early today in honor of Ronald Reagan. I remember when he was president. I was working in my dad's insurance office at the time and money was flying all over the place. It was a good time in my life. I don't know if he made it that way, but that's the way I remember it!

- Friday, June 11, 2004 at 13:08:52 (PDT)
Had an interesting time at the rockabilly club last night. I went to see Hot Rod Lincoln and was planning to leave before the second band came on. I did some internet research on Billy Watson and decided I didn't like them. Well it turned out that the band I went to see didn't show and the band I didn't like actually were pretty good. Oh well, things aren't always what they seem!

- Friday, June 11, 2004 at 10:44:47 (PDT)
Did a crazy thing last weekend for Memorial Day. I took the kids to Mission Beach for a bike ride on the boardwalk. It was a complete zoo; it was sooo crowded! Still, we had a good time on the beach. We all got a wicked sunburn, which makes me feel like a negligent parent. Next time, I'll make sure to get some sunscreen!

- Tuesday, June 01, 2004 at 15:01:01 (PDT)
Took the kids to Belmont Park yesterday. They were too small for the rollercoaster, but there were still the Vertical Plunge, Krazy Kars, Crazy Submarine, Baja Buggies, Tilt-a-whirl, Thunder Boats and The Liberty Carousel to ride. I got the unlimited ride wristbands, which turned out to be a bargain, since the kids rode over and over for 5 HOURS!

- Friday, May 28, 2004 at 10:16:29 (PDT)
Took the kids to the Ramona Rodeo last weekend. There was a kid's rodeo in the morning. My son went nuts roping all the fake calfs they had set up. He even made it onto the news. In one shot he was riding the "Barrel Bull" and on another he was lassoing some prop. My daughter saw her first rodeo queen and decided that was to be her destiny. She got them all to sign her cowboy hat. We left a little early due to the heat, but got to see calf wrestling, calf roping and the bucking broncos. I love the rodeo!

- Wednesday, May 19, 2004 at 12:07:34 (PDT)
Saw Dulcie Younger last night at the rockabilly club. She sang real purty, but her band kinda sucked. I bought her CD and it is perfection! She had top-notch studio musicians, including Deke Dickerson on the guitar. Opening were San Diego favorites, The Bandits and Hot Rod Lincoln. Good Show!

- Friday, May 14, 2004 at 10:54:08 (PDT)
I was among the millions who tuned in last night to see the final episode of Friends. This show really got under my skin like no show since Melrose Place. The characters on Friends became my friends. Reruns play everynight in my neighborhood and they really help me to get out of myself after a long day at work and wrestling with the kids. I'll miss Friends, and I'm only a little embarrased to say so.

- Friday, May 07, 2004 at 14:03:52 (PDT)
Saw James Intveld last night at the rockabilly club. I've seen him a bunch of times over the years. His show last night was as good as ever, but I left a little early to get a six dollar burger at the Carl's Jr. across the street from the club. I didn't fall asleep until around 2 am, so I'm a little tired today.

- Friday, April 30, 2004 at 15:28:54 (PDT)
Took the kids to the Lakeside Rodeo this weekend. My daughter liked the cowgirls barrel racing the most, and the clown who rode a giant ox through a ring of fire. My son liked the cowboys roping steers. There were a lot of people there and it was HOT!

- Monday, April 26, 2004 at 09:24:29 (PDT)
Saw an incredible show last night at The Casbah. The opening band was Big Sandy and his Fly Rite Boys. They had the dance floor swinging! For sure they were one of the best bands ever. The headline band BR5-49 was from Nashville. They had a real twanging sound utilizing a steel guitar, fiddle and mandolin. The place was packed by the time they came on, but there was still a little room on the dancefloor for my wife and I. What a night! We didn't get home till 2am, and now I am at work after 5 hours of sleep.

- Wednesday, April 21, 2004 at 09:51:13 (PDT)
Saw a great canadian rockabilly band, The Farrell Brothers, last week. They were smokin' fast, like a punk band, but they used the upright bass and Gretch guitar. My dance partner and I almost had a coronary trying to keep up with them. It seems like I only write about bands in this blog, but that's what I'm into.

- Tuesday, April 20, 2004 at 10:03:25 (PDT)
Took a week off from work to celebrate Passover. It was real nice... a luxury. Went to the first seder at Young Israel of San Diego. The Rabbi was in no hurry. The seder lasted until almost midnight. The second seder was spent with friends, which was fun for the kids since they had kids too. For the rest of the week I just took it easy and read western novels and putzed around the house.

- Monday, April 19, 2004 at 11:21:19 (PDT)
My son got a new bike last weekend for his 6th birthday and we took it for a ride at the bay. He and his sister took off and were soon out of sight. That made me a bit nervous, but they rode back and it all turned out ok. We went to Rubios for lunch and had some fish tacos.

- Monday, March 22, 2004 at 10:53:22 (PST)
Took the kids to Sea World this weekend and had a good time getting into "Kid World." It takes a lot of patience to let them do what they want, like spend an hour petting starfish. It was an expensive day, but well worth it because they had a good day and, ultimately, that's all that matters to a dad like me!

- Monday, March 01, 2004 at 13:36:30 (PST)
Saw Lil' Bit and the Customatics last night at Tio Leo's Lounge. They were really good. There were two guitars, a bass and a female singer. This was the second rockabilly band I've seen that didn't use drums. The rumbling slap bass carries the beat just fine.

- Friday, February 27, 2004 at 09:36:28 (PST)
The Three Bad Jacks rocked the house last week at the rockabilly club. They played smokin' fast stuff that had the dancers sweatin'! I love that kind of music and had a great time. I sure am lucky that I have grandparents around to watch the kids so I can go out.

- Monday, February 16, 2004 at 09:56:18 (PST)
Had a pretty cool weekend with the kids. On Saturday, we went to Ocean Beach and walked the tidepools down to Sunset Cliffs. My daughter got a new pretty blue bikini which looked so cute! My son got some Scooby-Do surf trunks, so they were both stylin' in the sea. I didn't go in the water because it was just too cold for me, but they didn't seem to mind. On Sunday we rode the Trolly from Santee to Downtown, which is always fun. We do it all the time and it never stops being a "goode" way to spend the day.

- Tuesday, February 10, 2004 at 14:03:11 (PST)
Had some really nice holidays this year. I went to my sister's for Thanksgiving and all my siblings, nephews and nieces were there. We are getting to be a pretty big tribe! On Christmas it was the same crowd at my parent's house. It's funny. As we get older the holidays change. As kids we would rip open the presents first thing in the morning. This year we waited past noon until everyone got there. I didn't go out on the town this New Years, but had a nice time watching the ball drop on Time's Square on the TV. I hope you all have a good New Year!

- Friday, January 2, 2004 at 12:18:28 (PST)

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