Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Deal Me In

Kelly was tagged by Sonnjea to do an iPod shuffle kind of game. Interestingly, neither of them has an iPod. (Kelly does have a fake iPod that I bought for her last birthday, but it only holds 60 songs. How was I to know 60 songs wouldn't be enough?)

In fact, the only person that I know who has an iPod is Kathie, and she doesn't have a clue how to do an iPod shuffle. Go figure.

Now Kelly has suggested I do an iPod shuffle and I guess if Kelly and Sonnjea can fake it, I can too. So here's my imaginary iPod shuffle playlist:

You're No Good - Linda Ronstadt
Mandolin Wind - Rod Stewart
Sultans of Swing - Dire Straits
When Doves Cry - Prince, formerly known as The Artist Formerly Known as Prince
Gimme Shelter - Rolling Stones
Wah Wah - George Harrison
I'm Just a Singer in a Rock and Roll Band - Moody Blues
Suffragette City - David Bowie
Streets of Philadelphia - Bruce Springsteen
Wicked Game - Chris Isaak

Weird evening, this. After work, while walking out to the mailbox I noticed a quarter on the ground. Usually I find pennies.

Shortly after, I found a $20 bill hanging out of a Wachovia ATM. (I gotta call Wachovia tomorrow and turn it in or my karma'll go right down the toilet. A quarter's one thing, but a twenty? I'm not messing with that one.)

Then the nice server at Andolini's gave me a drink for free. Whoo hoo! Where's the roulette wheel when we need one, Kath?


Sonnjea B said...

Wow, with that kind of luck and the multistate lottery at $370 million last night, I sure hope you bought a ticket!

Good shuffle list, too!

Pat said...

I didn't get a ticket last night, Sonnjea, but you can bet I'm in on the lottery pool for tonight!

Sonnjea B said...

I'll keep my fingers crossed for you!!

joan said...

An imaginary ipod shuffle - I like that :)

Pat said...

Sonnjea: Thanks for the crossed fingers! I don't think our numbers won, but something better will happen. I'm sure of it.

Joan: It's tough to keep up with these kids - ya gotta do what ya gotta do!

Kelly said...

nice picks ma

Kappa no He said...

I agree, good songs! Now I can't get Suffragete City out of my head. I've been having the opposite kind of day. One of THOSE days...

Pat said...

Hi Kappa, I've had the Allman Brothers' Ramblin' Man stuck in my head for the last week and a half. Wonder what causes our brains to get stuck on channel like that...

(Or maybe it's just my brain.)