Thursday, January 20, 2005

Backstage with the polar bear

Dear Blog,

The Rejection Show was freezing cold, 'cause of all the snow outside. But it was also super-crowded. People had to sit on the floor so we gave up our seats and hung out back stage with a polar bear. And if you're hanging out backstage at PS 122, here's an important reminder: don't touch the wall--there's poop on it! No kidding. The polar bear, however, was not responsible for the poop. Later the bear slow-danced with Jon Friedman, a sixth-grader, and a girl.

I ate half of a pink frosted cupcake and then we talked to Gale (or is it Gail? . . . or did I get her name wrong completely?) from NPR about what it feels like to be rejected. She was really nice and I f-word LOVE NPR, but it's hard to talk about being rejected. Now I am very tired because I had a glass of merlot after the show and got home sort of late. That is all. Being tired is boring.


P.S. The Hazzards have a bunch of awesome, top-secret plans that we're working on! We can't tell you about them yet, but they're gonna be awesome!!

P.P.S. The Rejection Show was awesome and funny! Everyone there was super nice and hilarious!! It was the best!!!


Blogger Rachel said...

You were awesome, as always, and I LOVE the EP! Can't wait to hear about the secret plans. Yay for bands who are fun, cute and like cupcakes.

7:08 PM  
Blogger The Hazzards said...

The Rejection Show is in the LA TIMES today! (search for rejection show)
Woo hoo! I'm a fat transsexual!

5:42 PM  

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