I spotted this find more than a year ago on the sidewalk outside my house and it’s been sitting in my living room ever since. The thing that struck me is that this is far from your ordinary missing pet flier. First, there’s no photo…then again, it makes perfect sense, all black cats pretty much look the same. And the care at which the owner took to detail the cat’s uniqueness was genius. The tail with the distinctive curve. The extra toes. His yellow eyes and torn ear. I never did see Fig but I can only hope that someone did and he made his way home.
I left my bike locked to a parking meter overnight, and this note was stuck to it when I came down in the morning. Perhaps left by Concerned Citizens Against Quick-Release Wheels? I bet it’s whoever drives the Herbalife van I parked next to.
A friend of mine found this chord progression in a practice space; not very uncommon, but I like the way it tells you to repeat it forever. We tried playing the main one (B A E B) and it sounds a little bit like Blitzen Trapper. We assume one is meant to be for bass or second guitar, but we can’t be sure which, because the two played together don’t sound so good, either way.