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Posted on Monday, November 15th, 2010

Dave!Rain is pouring down so hard that it seems as if there's a waterfall outside my window. Gale force winds are howling so loudly that it sounds like somebody is screaming into a megaphone outside my door. I fully expect the roof to be blown off any minute. I hope the windshield wipers are still on my car. Assuming my car hasn't been blown away. Seriously, I wish I could record this, because it's like the apocalypse is going on right now and I have a ringside seat.

And just now the lights started flickering, so I can only guess it's a matter of time before the power goes out. Yay.

Looks like I picked the wrong night to give up insomnia.

Last night I got a grand total of two hours sleep. Tonight is shaping up to be worse.

The good news is that at least I have something to look forward to tomorrow. At least according to Apple's website...

Tomorrow is just another day. That you'll never forget. Apple.

Rumor has it that The Beatles are finally coming to the iTunes Music Store. This is kind of stupid to be getting this excited about, because anybody who's a Beatles fan has already ripped their CDs into iTunes long ago.

I hope it's something more... memorable.

And... the lights just went out and my internet just died. Guess this isn't getting posted tonight.

UPDATE: Internet and power are back! Who knows for how long, so I won't waste any more time getting this nonsense posted!

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  1. Andy Hayes says:

    So weird – I think Cap Hill was spared the crazy wind stuff. Hmmm.

  2. the muskrat says:

    That doesn’t sound like a fun night. Maybe you’ll have a funner night in Atlanta in a few days!

  3. Finn says:

    I don’t have Beatles CDs. I like specific songs, not whole albums. The Beatles on iTunes would be wonderful. Not necessarily a day I’d never forget, but I’m getting used to hyperbole.

    For your sake, I hope it’s something that will rock your world in the best possible way.

  4. Sarkawt says:

    Oh, pooh, those are the traits of winter…Lucky me! Here it’s quite moderate which is the best month EVER :) Yes, I might be able to face heights and overcome them, but cold, windy, rainy and noisy weather is something I can’t deal with :(

  5. Sybil Law says:

    I just spent the morning helping “slow readers”.
    I want to slam my head in a wall.

  6. Poppy says:

    I just don’t care about this so I’m pretty sure I’ll forget.

    I am all for remembering the dates of happy things instead of all the bad shit that happens in the world, but Apple thinks too much of itself in this instance, in my opinion. Maybe the rest of the world thinks differently.

  7. martymankins says:

    Agreed it’s not so exciting, but more “finally” for The Beatles on iTunes.

  8. This was a total non-event for me. As someone who already has all the albums on CD I read the announcement and just went “meh”.

    • Dave2 says:

      I was pretty “meh” too… but mostly because the mono versions of the remasters were not available for sale. In any event, the Mono Box Set I ordered will be superior to the CD rips I have now (which are not the remasters).

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