108,000 lightbulbs

Today myself and my cohorts at The Secret Location counted most of 108,000 lightbulbs. These are not just any lightbulbs.. they’re Compact Fluorescent Lightbulbs. Duuuude! They’re worth about $10-$20 each.. and we’re giving them ALL away. Dude.
Yesterday was my website’s busiest day yet. I’m not sure why.
Time to get my stuff together and make my way out to Hush soon for myself and Yoseff’s weekly “Lift” residency. I missed last week as I had training and I’m not going to be able to stay very late tonight. It will still be good though!
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  1. I may have had something to do with that “busy log”… sorry…
    “Stealth” is so far my favorite for the memories it brings up.. very summerish 2000…
    “The Proton Mix” is strange.. just when you think it becomes background music, whammo! something sneaks up upon you that makes you stop what you are doing and just listen… This is a piece of art or something…
    oh well off I go…

  2. Z.. I know exactly what you mean about the proton mix sneaking up on you. I was happily groovin’ along around the half hour mark, and then, out of nowhere, at 32:19, I had to bring iTunes to the foreground again because the mix totally caught me offguard — a very pleasant surprise. Mixes like those can kick up the intensity of a set in a very subtle way.
    The sample around the 37 minute mark (“…and now, some of us laugh at outer space…”) sounds reminds me of a passage from Eric Schlosser’s “Fast Food Nation”. In it, Schlosser describes how Walt Disney created propaganda for the US government in the 40’s and 50’s — most of it promoting technology. Under the Eisenhower administration, for example, Walt Disney produced a piece called “Our friend the atom” — a tv show designed to make the notion of nuclear power generation fun and exciting. Eerie stuff.

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