such is not the case!
I'm coming down with something, and I hope it's Yellow Fever (improbable as it would be), because having "the flu" is so... pedestrian
You know those little kids who have those plegmy, wet coughs that they spray all over the place? AARG I wanna just punch them in their disease-riddled little faces (with a hammer)!
In a less homicidal vein, I've fallen in love with Pandora.com
. So in love, in fact, I actually subscribed to it! I might regret this in the morning, but considering I can create my own "station", and have heard Harry Belafonte, followed by Paul Simon, followed by Nat King Cole, followed by John Lennon, I can safely say that this is going to be AMAZING. Zero commercials (thank god, I was getting really sick of those Carl's Jr commercials), and unlimited playing of any kind of music I want! ♥
Pandora.com is making my library request list crazy-long; I hear a song I like, so I find album in the catalog and put a hold on it. Dave and Rafa are probably going to check in the shipments and think, "Wow, this is probably the most bizarre CD I've ever seen. It must be Merry's!". They know my style, now. If it's hopelessly dorky and unpopular, they know *I* checked it out. Even if I secretly hide the "Muppets Take Manhattan" DVD in the audio-visual bookdrop, Dave will pick it up, read the cover, and ask, "So, was it a good movie?". AAAAAARG!! I put it in there while you weren't looking! There were other DVDs! HOW DID HE KNOW?!
Edit from Sunday morning: I LOVE that Pandora lets me make my own channels and stuff, and the first Mountain Goats song they played is my favorite! I love that Pandora knows of the existences of the bands I like, but no one else has ever heard of. P! played The Frames, Regina Spektor, and plenty of stuff *I* haven't heard of, but have since fallen in love.
I always joke that I'm immune to ebola and anthrax and a host of other hideously infectious diseases, but