Tuesday, September 19, 2006

East Coast Time

Not everyone in New York would pay to see Andrew Lloyd Webber...

But they would try to squeeze in a show at CBGC's or The Knitting Factory. Checked CBGB's schedule a few days ago because I'll have Thursday night open. Good News: The Dead Kennedy's are playing! Bad News: Tickets must have been sold out months ago. DOH!

Our lodging got changed from the villiage to an apartment in Chelsea off 6th ave and 27th st. Still very cool. Easily walking distance to everywhere. It is going to be GREAT to get away, not answer email, voicemail, anything for a few days.

If you've wetting your pants about DVD's then don't. Nate will be breaking into my house Wednesday and Thursday after work to post a few hundred orders we have all addressed and almost ready to go.

I myself am eagerly awaiting emails from Sweden, France, Italy, Ireland, New Zealand and Australia from people who purchased Scrapped DVD's and said they would take pictures of the movie in their native land so I can post them on the website and show scrappers from all over the world. How cool is that?!



At 7:51 PM, Blogger Jayne said...

Hey...nice to see another crazy Minnesotan scrappin! Especialy a guy! Cool Beans!

At 8:52 AM, Anonymous Craig said...

Hey, Wes... great to see you yesterday in NYC - and meet your wife. Great lady.

Heard you were a 'hit' with the media last night. sorry I missed it. btw, NYC has not one, but TWO (maybe 3) Rosa Mexicana's... you were at the one in Union Square (which is much cooler ;))

good luck with everything "down under"

At 2:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


Glad to see that you and Connie are taking some time to kick back and relax in NYC. What a great city!

What's this I hear about New Zealand and Australia?

It seems like this thing is going well. Couldn't happen to a nicer guy.

Looks like we won't get to ride before the snow though, with your Rock Star status vaulting you to stardom and the crazy schedule.

Take care & God Bless,



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