Monday, March 17, 2008

The Angoras tracks—now embedded!

Thanks to Kim from The Activity Pit for the tips on how to do this.

7 comments:

Kimberly said...

That looks awesome! Hey, and sounds awesome too!

Kim

Joe said...

Is there anything Kim can't do?

Anonymous said...

I may not can hear a lick on the tracks, but I sure do like the titles. A little something for everyone here. Which brings me to a story I'd like to share. This afternoon while taking my siesta, I hear this commotion outside and it was the lawn people cutting grass and weed-eating. I was like etu Brute'? Then I walked outside, and watched who I would call Edward Scissor hands pruning the shrubbery. Well, I just lit up a Black and Mild and enjoyed them doing the work that I don't have to do. I'm lazy you see. It's 5 inches of snow one week. Hail Storms another week. Then yard maintenace the next. So you wanna live in Louisiana huh? It's somethin' else I gotta say. Now I'm gonna eat my popcorn and get ready for the Family Guy marathon. Good day.

Michael.
La.

Mr. Ricardo said...

I could listen those songs all day. Fantastic!

Pow said...

joe,
"Can she core a apple?"

So, I was checking this music out at the Pit, (oh wow 90210 fashback, bad sideburns and all) and thinking hey I like this it's got a good beat going. Maybe I could download it for a shuffle day. I didn't want to do that without express consent though. Anyone else's? In a minute I would! Just asking...

Pow said...

Those songs aren't at the pit anymore. It's just a big black space where I thought I saw them...Maybe it's a black hole. Maybe I was listening here.
Since pretty much all my internet time is spent these days at about 9 websites I say I start by process of elimination. Okay, I can rule out my blog wheredmymindgo.co.uk.org/google
I think.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of The Activity Pit. I wanted to comment on the Mrs. Dhue thingie. I hope she does well with whatever path her career takes her. I'll miss her segment on The Factor. I also liked the times I was able to see her on RedEye. She exuded confidence and not only represented her state of Georgia well, she also stood for what is a true southern gal. (These are just my opinions.)

Also, I'd like to send a shout out to my fellow Louisianians who are representn' at the Pit.

Michael.
La.