Nov 25, 2006

Thanksgiving was Thpethal

cheese, milk, and butter
filled up my tummy Thursday
macaroni pie
Pink Flamingos at the Atlanta Zoo Atlanta Zoo Elephant Atlanta Fall Petting Zoo

Greetings from Atlanta, where they have their own as-yet-unnamed baby butterstick.
Atlanta Butterstick
-Panda Cam-

Exiting the zoo yesterday, I overheard a man stop a Zoo Atlanta worker and say, "This is an impressive zoo. I live in DC, and..."

If you're rolling back home like Violet Beauregarde and find yourself hankering for some quirky indie rock to fill your enlarged and growling belly, you've come to the right place!
Today's helping comes in the form of New York's The Lisps. Time Out NY says,
Local coed pop group the Lisps gives quirky indie rock a real good name. Its debut self-released EP, The Vain, the Modest, and the Dead, is smart-assed and danceable, but with an affecting core of been-around-the-block melancholy.
If you happen to be rolling back to DC, you can catch them at The Red and The Black tomorrow night, November 26. If you're putting on your elastic waistband pants in another spot, just sit back and listen here or there.

Pepper Spray - mp3
Winter That I Missed - mp3

More Thanksgiving photos
Thanksgiving pot Pineapple Cheese Casserole Pickled Okra Ham and Turkey

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