Wow, i was in a kinda weird mood last entry. I don't really know what was going on. I don't know what was going on that saturday. but i'm better now. Saturday night i worked at the station. It was alright... not too boring. Talked to this kid Zach/Zack, who I may or may not have told you about yet. But anyway, met him on the request line at the station, talked to him, went to a show in Hoboken and met him, and then talked to him again on Saturday. He's supposed to call me this weekend and discuss hanging out or something. We shall see. I also got hit on by another request maker. He called back because we played his song for him immediately. He wanted to thank us, and then he offered to by my cuddlebuddy when I got to go to sleep later that morning at 6am. Haha. I told him maybe next time. It was definitely fun. I kinda like engineering at night. You meet interesting people... albeit over the phone. But whatever.
Also, on Sunday i took advantage of the NJTransit free week again and went into the city to buy myself a Duncan Sheik CD. Unfortunately $4, 2 subway rides, and 2 stores later, I still had not found it. Fuckers. By the way, Best Buy reaffirmed my hatred of them based on the fact that they never fucking have anything that I want (CD wise). Arg! But so at Circuit city, where I also did not find Duncan Sheik, (but at least one of the employees helped me locate it online) I found a CD by this newish band called The Fray. I had heard them on our station the night before. One of our DJs, Scotty P, had his last show, and he played a song by them. I wanted to check them out, so I bought their CD. Besides sounding suspicously like a Christian rock band, they're pretty good. Then I spotted Death Cab for Cutie, and thought "I've been wanting 'Transatlanticism' for like a year. I might as well buy it." So I did. it's fucking good! My favorite song on it is "Title and Registration." It's really catchy. I love it. It's just... i don't know how to describe it, but i've listened to it 16 times since i put it on my computer (god bless iTunes play count haha). I'm kinda excited that I bought these CDs of my own accord, and like them both. The last few times I've purchased CDs, yeah I've liked them, but they weren't originally my idea to buy them. They were recommended to me. Maybe my sense of musical taste is growing. My suitemate Emily said I had a good taste in music. That's cool. haha.
Anyway, sorry for the long post... you know how verbose I am sometimes.