took the day off work

slept in, dicked around until noon, took a long shower, hopped the fence of my neighbors and stole ten minutes in her hot tub,

viewed some adult materials

then received a phone call from an xgirlfriend who lives by the beach

i said i took the day off she said come over i said nah im just gonna lay here upside down on this couch and not do shit

she was all five hours at coachella shouldnt wear you out That much

i was all it didnt i just want to see if i can be the laziest man in the world today

she was all i lived with you for five years, youve already won that crown a few times.

so i got on the subway

got off on highland

followed a super hot model looking chick up the escalators

lost her in the sunshine

took the fairfax bus down to wilshire, transferred over to a 720 rapido and she and i had pizza in westwood.

i wore shorts.

i knew my morning post hadnt posted but i didnt care. it was dumb anyhow.

for some reason i always forget how many asian kids go to school at ucla but all you have to do is spend lunch there for like an hour and it starts to become obvious and if you ask me thats what america is supposed to be, not a melting pot really, more, to me, at least, like a nice beef stew.

chunks of this thing over here

bits of this shit over here.

at coachella they had these dudes changing the trash liners on the field and i was all hey bro can you tell me where the media tent is

and he said perfectly im sorry i dont speak english.

i was so chilled out that i was impressed that a dude could get work without speaking english

today i was that chilled riding the bus and eating pizza. wonderfully thin cut pizza.

but i wanted more.

ive been gorging lately. we went over to rite aid and got an ice cream sandwich which i demolished.

she had dinner plans that she had to get ready for so i asked her if i could borrow her skateboard and she said of course and i rail slided down to the street and ollied over a marching band.

took the bus east down wilshire to meet the hawaiian girl at the miracle mile mcdonalds which is never very busy because it doesnt have a drivethru.

because ive been ravenous i got a kids meal six piece nugggets because i love that crazy hot mustard.

she picked me up and we drove to my place

but first we went food shopping which was funny because it was at this huge place called Foods Co which is like a grocery store and a Costco at the same time in that theres not a lot of decor, it looks like a wharehouse, and you have to bag your own food at the end.

a crazy day off but better than sleeping all day or laying upsidedown watching tivo.

although im stoked that i recorded supernanny.

flagrant + danielle + alecia’s coachella photoessay + one minute video of weezer live saturday, a film


04/30/05 MB ’05 Tour: Day 6: Indio, CA – Coachella Festival
4/30/2005 5:17:29 AM – by Karl Koch

…Having attended last years Coachella, I can say the crowd that gathered for the Weezer set was comparable to the monster crowds that assembled for the Pixies and Radiohead sets last year. An amazing SEA of humanity, soaking in the weez. Some familiar weezer fan faces right in the front row too, waiting all day thru all the earlier bands to ensure their front row experience!

As weezer took the stage I jostled into the 100+ strong pit of photographers down front looking for fresh angles on what was clearly emerging as an epic night, before escaping to the stage where another crowd was gathered, this time of VIPs geting a close view from the side of the stage, (as VIPs will do), digging the show and providing challenges to a too-polite photographer!

Rick Rubin was there, loving every minute of the set, which was actually his first ever weezer show, despite having been working with the band for over 2 years. He was particularly stoked on “Hold Me.” Standing nearby and taking it in were Anthony Keidis of RHCP, Brett Gurewitz of Bad Religion/Epitaph Records, and Chris Katan of SNL fame (?!). From the soundboard area came the report that Cameron Diaz was watching the set, and reporting to her friends that “Weezer is a heavy metal band!” (?!?)

Earlier in the day Perry Farrel stopped by weezers dressing room and said hello and that he was looking forward to the set. Spotted when we first drove into the Coachella grounds was Jason Lee, just chilling out with some budrows. And back at the hotel checking in when we were checking out was Peter Hook of New Order. (“Hook. Aytch Dubble-oh Kay.”)

Circling overhead for most of the day was a small plane trailing the letters “WEEZER MAKE BELIEVE NEW ALBUM MAY 10” (see pic). Sweet!

Say It Ain’t So
Hold Me
Beverly Hills
Hash Pipe
Buddy Holly

alicia is twenty + weezer fan + if we had stayed + a trip from to to lax to oc to coachella