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the billie joe and mike of green day guitar center interview

Few musicians can claim a successful career that spans thirty years—let alone such a career that involves just one band. But that’s exactly the type of career Green Day’s singer/guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong and bassist Mike Dirnt have meticulously crafted . They’ve spent all thirty of those years not only playing music alongside each other, […]

the sadwich

Before I go to bed for the night during the workweek, I prepare my lunch for the next day. Two pieces of bread go into the toaster. After they finish toasting, I let them sit and cool off to room temperature. Then I add a slice of cheese (currently jalapeño jack) and four slices of […]

the tv lift cabinets

A high-definition television is a mainstay in most homes. We depend on this device to provide us with news and entertainment. After a hard day of work, relaxing on the couch in front of the TV helps many people unwind. On the weekends, watching sports or a good movie is commonplace across the country. Televisions […]

the looking forward

My two posts a week goal quickly went by the wayside, but I won’t stop updating once in a while. Summer has returned again. Texas is hot. Next Friday, M&I will be heading down to San Antonio in the evening to watch Adam Carolla perform stand-up. The last comedy show we attended was Louis CK […]

the treble frequencies of whispering

I don’t post much about my workplace, but an annoyance has inspired me to jot this down. I work in a quiet environment. One of my tasks require me to do a large amount of reading. I have the comfort of wearing stereo ear buds and listening to morning talk radio followed by podcasts until […]