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Glen Glen - Tue, 30 Sep 2003 2:06 pm

Long-lost moose man?

Bryan Singer
Bryan Singer
(on the set of X2: X-Men United)

Coincidence? You decide.

Weston Weston - Wed, 10 Sep 2003 11:48 am

Niece and nephew

I babysat my niece and nephew yesterday. A 5-year old named Abbey and a 3-year old named Aiden. Loads of fun. Luckily, I didn't have to change a diaper because I literally GAG when I have to change a diaper. I know that all this babysitting will pay off someday. I will have a wife and children someday. For now, I'll take pictures of my ex-girlfriends and my pet goldfish named "Honda" and "Squido".

Favorite food-o'-the-day: Macey's fresh salsa (some lady in the back slaves over it)

Restaurant: Vecchia Roma on about 65 N. University Ave. in Provo
--Two Italian men own, run, and cook for the restaurant. They make their own pasta there about every day. It's amazing! They have gnocchi (potato pasta) which I would give my left knuckles for. They throw out the sauces at the end of every day. It's real and I PROMISE you won't find any better Italian around. It's as real as my nosehair trimmer. Plus, they have amateur karaoke. Squirrels have sleepovers there.

Tim Tim - Tue, 2 Sep 2003 11:30 am


We had a screaming fun time this past weekend - thanks to all who turned out for Barnes & Noble (Friday), the Storytelling Festival (Sat) and the Cheetah Cha-cha (Monday) at Hogle Zoo. We ended up on the evening news for the Zoo gig.
Weston did the finest Spider Monkey Interpretive Dance, EVER.

Man, he freaks me out sometimes.


Tim Tim - Tue, 2 Sep 2003 12:00 am

Recording... Christmas tunes...

After last December's enthusiastic response to our Christmas music, we are currently in the studio recording these fine tunes for your holiday enjoyment. We will definitely have a sample 5-track "ep" by the end of September; with luck, we'll have the full thing done by the middle of November. It's gonna be ZANY. And festive.

Glen Glen - Thu, 28 Aug 2003 12:04 pm

More art

Thanks a lot, Tim. Now I have the theme from "American Gladiators" in my head.

...no, wait, that's the theme from "American Ninja"

...or is it "American Beauty"...?

Anyhow, the prolific Court has produced another piece of art. And again I'm going to link to it here, because we don't have anyplace else to put it right now. No mantelpiece to hang it over, no fridge to stick it to with magnets...