I know something was going on tonight and I wasn’t invited, but that’s how I feel every night on the radio. There has to be someone on the radio from some foreign country that I could talk to if I was only on the radio. Heck, I’m sure I talked to Croatia tonight but I forgot to hit the button to put it into my computer log. As far as talking to all states go, I’m missing Delaware, Rhode Island, and Vermont and I still haven’t confirmed North Dakota, Idaho, and Kentucky, though I specifically asked the guys from Idaho and Kentucky for cards.
That’s what I get for being past the age where I would spend Friday nights out in a bar, eating dinner and drinking by myself. Now I’m at home eating Bagel Bites and drinking Scoresby, the Scotch whisky you can drink with a straw. OK, so I’m really drinking Glenmorangie, but that’s only because I was too lazy to go buy Scoresby, the Scotch whisky you can drink with a straw. It’s not that I’m cheap: Glenmorangie is $40 for a fifth and Scoresby, the Scotch whisky you can drink with a straw, is $25 for 1.75L. In ‘Merkin measurements, that’s $25 for almost half a gallon. (To be honest, I think I really liked Suntory Yamazaki Single Malt, which was made not too far from where I used to live in Japan, and where I can sense it getting close and point it out as we’re going past it on the bullet train.)
Oh, and I got another haircut: