Getting ready for work in West Philly.

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We went to see R.E.M. last night in Philly. Somehow I’ve made it this far in my life without ever being to one of their shows. Even though they made some questionable albums over the last few years, word on the street was it was a good show with a good setlist. That was the case, despite feeling really old looking at the crowd of old people around me, it was incredibly good and the band actually looked like they were having fun doing it. Their tour site is all driven by crowd photos, video, and Twitter feeds which is almost expected at this point but still a cool thing to check out.



I watched the Phillies get beaten down last night in front of a sold out crowd during a really slow moving game. At least the seats were good.



We took my Dad to the track yesterday for lunch for Father’s day. We lost on every single horse we bet on, expcept for one – a bet I made by accident when I asked for the wrong horse. Anyway, it was a good lunch that got better when we decided to leave the races and hit the slots. 10 minutes later my dad was up $315 and it was all good. I ended up by $10 and we called it quits while we were ahead.

The combination of Tara’s new camera and photomerge in Photoshop CS3 is making way better panoramics than I’ve been able to do before. Some of these are coming out amazing, like the track above or the Tokyo Bay image I have down below. My banged up camera usually shifts the exposure on all the shots and they end up looking striped, which isn’t the case here.



It was a perfect morning. The weather couldn’t have been better so I decided to take out the Chevy. I cracked open the hood and put in some transmission fluid, about as much as the puddle on my garage floor, hooked up the iPod to the ghetto speakers that sound just right, and took off. Now I’m just waiting for people to take a number and see who can destroy my good mood first.



Speaking of bikes, here’s some of the kickass bikes we saw all over Tokyo.



Since we came back to instant summer, we decided to go to the Philly Triple Crown bike race. 110° on the pavement for 6 hours wouldn’t make for a fun day on a bike.



(Roll over the images for descriptions, click on them to see them larger, hit play for a slideshow)

Day 11 highlights:

  • The flight home was no less of an adventure. United had us on an Air Canada flight through Vancouver, and the flight times changed to only leave us 55 minutes to go through customs where we had to pick up our bags and re-check them. We talked the guy at check-in into slapping some priority tags on our bags, and that was the only thing that saved us. The Air Canada flight was perfect – each set had a big touch screen with On Demand content, and a 110 outlet to plug things in as well as a USB power outlet. The only thing missing was a way to display your iPod on the screen, but I can live with that. The 10 hour flight went really quick.
  • Our first flight was delayed like 20 minutes, and we ended up only having about 40 minutes for customs and getting on a plane to take off. We got off the plane, ran to customs and the line was still pretty short. While we were in line, we saw our bags come up first on the belt. Once we got past the agent, we grabbed the bags, dumped them on the other belt, and got the friendly Canadians to let us in front of the security line. It was now 12:15 for a flight taking off at 12:30 and not looking good. Of course the gate was the furthest one from security, and we ran through the airport to get to it. Once we got there, the doors were closed and people were just sitting around. We thought we had missed the flight, and I knocked on the glass to get the agent’s attention, and he came out and told me the flight was delayed. 5 minutes later we were getting on with everyone else, though we were a little sweatier.
  • The next flight to Dulles was the inaugural direct flight, and it was empty. We made the most of empty rows, because there’s not going to be much of that anymore.
  • A quick layover in Dulles got us back to Philly. Our bags never made it on the second plane, but we didn’t care as long as we had made our flight. They showed up at our house the next night with no problems.
  • The only issue left for us was to be able to fall asleep and get back on US time. I didn’t fall alseep until almost 4:30am that night though, so going into work the next day hurt. Coming home on Thursday and just working one day before the weekend is the way to go.