Diane Court is a song from Bacon Ray's 2nd and last CD, “The Swab" (1998). The record had an entirely appropriate tone of life getting weird and frayed around the edges, but this tune at least had that feeling of the possibility of salvation — by feverishly hoping you could manage to impress the girl you knew was way too good for you.
I wrote most of this one, played guitar, and (along with our friend, Afshin), played a little busted-ass that dog.-influenced keyboard. I think the backup vocals are my favorite part. That’s Mike, Brent, and me. And, as ever, The Beard’s work on the floor toms and ride cymbal rules. Very fun song to record and play.
By the bye, if you were that sort of obsessive fanboy who had already blown through the extant stock of That Mitchell & Webb Look, and were looking for a new fix, you might also be the sort of person who’d go looking for a torrent of the 4 seasons of Peep Show. Out there. Somewhere. You might also be the sort of person who went ahead and bought the DVD of Series 1, anyhow.
Fans have since frequently wondered whatever happened to the bedroom Sonja had slept in…which had been mentioned to be Eunice and Ellen’s childhood bedroom, which posed another question of where Vinton had slept as a child.
I remember reading once that this question plagued Sartre, too.
I’m thrilled to be voting for someone who even has articulate “gaffes.”
Although it long ago became unfashionable (even, mean?) to say so: I really miss having a head of state who understands what words mean and who chooses to employ bold clusters of them in the service of full English sentences and paragraphs.
In the United States of America, French dressing is a type of salad dressing, also called Catalina dressing, containing sugar and tomato ketchup….People in some parts of the Southern United States (especially in the Biloxi, Mississippi, area) pour French dressing on pizza. Midwestern folklore has it that the condiment’s name stems from its invention by the wife of Lucius French, a founder of Hazleton, Indiana. French’s intense aversion to vegetables brought him to the brink of scurvy several times; his wife supposedly created the tangy, unconventional dressing as a means of coaxing the bellicose French to consume salads.