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Back In DC Again

Summertime...and the bloggin' is easy...

Actually, it will probably be light again this week, like last.

Posted by Rand Simberg at July 05, 2005 10:29 AM
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For some reason, I didn't think I'd ever hear you quoting Sublime... Lileks, I could see that, given his extremely ecclectic taste in music, but you kinda surprised me on this one. :)

Posted by John Breen III at July 5, 2005 10:54 AM

Who or what the heck is "Sublime"?

I was quoting (well, paraphrasing, actually) George and/or Ira Gershwin.

Posted by Rand Simberg at July 5, 2005 11:04 AM

Rand, I feel for ya' if the humidity in D.C. right now is as bad as the humidity down here in Richmond (which it usually is).

Stay in the A/C.

Posted by Barbara Skolaut at July 5, 2005 11:20 AM

My mistake. The band Sublime swiped part of the lyrics for their own song "doin' time", released on their self-titled album in 1996.

That's the problem with my generation. We think all of "our" music is original, when it's really been done before.

Posted by John Breen III at July 5, 2005 11:39 AM

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