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today i took an alternate route from my place to the hideout.. instead of using guadulupe like i would if i drove, i went down fruth, speedway.. until it deadends at RLM, and then went through the heart of UT.. and exitted at the Blanton Museum. I got to see students walking, and a couple making out under the arch of the Blanton. From the Blanton, I went through the Capitol grounds.. where there were artists doing a rendition of the beautiful building.. then it took me right into downtown, where the Hideout is. What a delightful journey!

On the way back at night it looked like the Congress area was closed.. so I didn't bike through it. But I saw the strangest thing... people were creeping around, and there were people hiding behind bushes. I think they were playing hide and seek on the Capitol grounds. I wasn't going to ask them what they were doing though, there was a cop car at every gate (which I think is normal). So I figure it's probably hide and seek. Or some sort of cops training thing.

I had to detour, and then as I was back in my neighbourhood, I realized that 30th gets busy because of Trudy's, but I felt fine with my front light and blinky back light. I also have a dorky triangle glow thing that I should've worn on my back, but didn't bring it along.

I'm getting stronger! I use to bike with left gear on 2, and right gear on 2.. but now, I'm right gear on 3.

Also, today at the Hideout, my troupe did a new format and also a new opener that we decided 10 mins before. I like that the troupe was so gutsy. It was definitely a stretch at our improv muscles. But a good exercise for us. I cannot tell anymore when our show is good or bad. I think I'm really hard improv-wise on myself and my troupe. So I thought today's show was eh... though, it got better towards the end. But at least 2 women told us that it was a good show. so I'm a bit confused.

Asaf was there though, he took notes. We're having him as a couch for 3 weeks in May.


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Apr. 21st, 2007 04:28 am (UTC)
As his roommate, I can assure you that Asaf makes a great couch. Not much of a futon though.
Apr. 21st, 2007 06:00 am (UTC)
But can he Crouch?

*ba dum dum chhhh!*
Apr. 21st, 2007 05:11 am (UTC)
I wanna see you and your troupe perform! Do you have a Saturday night show?
Apr. 21st, 2007 05:17 am (UTC)
not right now.. we perform mostly fris and thurs :)

shouldn't we like, get to know each other first? :)
Apr. 21st, 2007 08:10 pm (UTC)
Heh, heh. :-D
Apr. 21st, 2007 07:40 am (UTC)
That's "Asaf", not "a sofa", right?

I cannot tell anymore when our show is good or bad.

I think I have a pretty good idea what tonight's show was... I'm looking forward to getting those notes and busting ass to reduce the frequency of "eh", so we can keep taking risks and working those muscles out, minus some of the clusterfuckiness.
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