We just got back from Barrie, Ontario after doing a 2 day session in studio there. Got 3 tracks done, and we're just awaiting a mix of them. They sound great, for sure. We met some crazy people; it was scary. We got treated to a barbecue, some drinks and some great hospitality while we were there. Thanks to Liam for his patience (despite my whiny rockstar perfectionist side) in the mixing booth. It was fun, and everyone we met was just the bee's knees, y'all. The cat's meow, if you know what I mean.
On the way home, somewhere between Toronto and Kingston, we ran out of gasoline... that was an adventure. Tyler almost got bit by a werewolf, but he hit him over the head with a beer bottle that he found on the side of the highway. Julian kind of just quivered. I sat with Katie, a girl we were driving to Barrie and back, and played guitar. She tried to kill me too, but I played some hootie and the blowfish, and it all turned out okay. The delorian was refueled, and though we failed to fix the flux capaciter, we should be able to find the necessary parts here in Kingston.
I also noticed that the pope has a problem with Canada's new allowance of same sex marriages. If only Sinead O'Connor were still around to rip up pictures.
Seriously though, the catholic church has no right to define what is "absolute morality." How can there be any absolutes in faith?
I'd like to think that we live in a world where intolerance is not bred in the bone, so to speak. Thank you 13 Engines. Anyways, the pope says that our dear PM is going to hell for this work... an interesting idea- what about jewish gay people? Are they going to hell? Hindus? Buddhists? Or are they going to hell already, for being pagans and heathens? As a religious leader, perhaps the most well known religious leader in the world, Ol' John Paul should excercise some responsibility. Breeding intolerance and hatred is better reserved for groups like the KKK and Fox. Anyways... tired still from the weekend. Time for bed. Thanks everyone in barrie, and thank YOU if you're still here.