ok everybody, 2010 was a complete and utter bust.but oh lord, 2011, hold on to your hats!!!! I’ve got a few things brewing personally and professionally that I am excited to show everyone. Numero Uno is getting this site ship-shape, because I believe in January 2001 (have to check the date), I first registered LiamLiamLiam.com. So be on the lookout for that.
But today, I am celebrating a little known event, but an important one for all who lived it. On December 16th, 2000, Dolder, Terry and I, ithaca college chums, had the party of a lifetime. Terry was leaving to intern for his final semester and Dolder and I were graduating early, so we staged a party at their college circle apartment. At one point we realized that by jumping in the bushes in the backyard, the branches would catch us and suspend us in the air. We were, as terry would say, “as light as the ether!” This discovery decimated the bushes but on a recent visit back at Ithaca I found they recovered nicely. Our other major innovation was hooking up DJ equipment to Napster for an unlimited playlist. We were the Winklevi of our time.
The other special piece on display that night was a photo collection years in the making. As you may know, Terry, Dolder and I were and are hard core IC bomber boosters. And as such, our favorite events every year was the big Cortaca Jug football game, and Fountain Day.
In order to further blur the line from that other Liam Harrison, I present:
So I, like the rest of the blogospherdslkfjldkfga, have been enamored with the upcoming Michael Jackson auction. I was perusing the catalog today, trying to see a correlation between the man who wrote “man in the mirror” with the man who had his visage airbrushed onto a golf cart to look like peter pan.
Unfortunately answers like that don’t arrive, all that does is desire. Desire for this:
Are you kidding me?! It combines my 2 favorite things: Tim Burton’s original Batman and Bat-shit crazy era michael jackson. Look for me at the auction. I will be the one with a monocle!
I use my old powerbook primarily as an alarm clock. I used to change the playlist frequently, then I stopped. this led to alarming stats.
not that I am complaining.
Things have been getting a little heated here on my last post where I disparaged the film “Tampopo”. I, for one, had no idea how much people loved movies about noodles. But what I can’t abide is someone calling me a racist. If we’ve learned anything from recent events on boingboing and other blogs; it’s that dissent should be stopped immediately or it rots the world wide web. So I’m sorry terry but you’ve been
As I possess no technology to actually stop anyone from commenting, this banishment is honorary only. Like that doctorate I hoped to get some day before Terry dragged me through the mud. Think long and hard about what you have done, Terry. Long and hard.