I rarely come across new music I really like. In the past year there have been only two (“Aural Psynapse” by deadmau5 and “I’m Trippin” by Millok). Just heard this tonight; LOVE IT as it takes me back to clubbing days at Space Lab Yellow in Tokyo. I looked up Space Lab to see if it was still around and to my COMPLETE SHOCK the Guardian says, “Ageing party-goers still remember it as Space Lab Yellow, the legendary nightclub that closed in 2008 when its building was earmarked for demolition.” AGEING PARTY-GOERS??? I think this one unfortunate sentence has just triggered my midlife crisis. I’m gonna open a bottle of wine and listen to SASH. Ageing party-goer my arse. God-Damned Guardian
For some reason, this blog has been running a bit slow for the past two days. Tried uninstalling and deleting unused plugins, optimized/repair the database, installed WP Super Cache but it is still being a bit funky. Hopefully it is just an issue with the server and will repair itself.
In other news, I quit World of Warcraft which wasn’t difficult at all! I simply realized that the game was no longer entertaining.
So, the question was, what to do with my spare time?
It has been three and a half years since I first came to San Francisco to work on the career aspect of my life. Things have gone according to plan, I’ve settled into a routine and time has gone quickly. In fact, this is the most time I’ve spent in once city in the past decade.
— This post (albeit very long) is in reply to a comment left on my post (Life in Tokyo vs. Life in Saigon) on Tokyo Metblogs.
Reply to Carl’s Jr.
Your reply sounds suspiciously like something my dad would say. I’m half tempted to try and trace the post and see if it doesn’t originate from the Buckeye State. You’re suspect!! 🙂
And like many of my dad’s statements yours also gave me something to think about. You are right in that sometimes there is no comparison. But I think that would be a better answer if we were having a chat and comparing cities over coffee with no plans of actually moving to these places. For me, a comparison is necessary (even though my original post was extremely simplified) since it ultimately determines where I will live.