Posted by jrjenks on Friday, March 5, 2010
A check-in on the Banjo versus TV project — J.R.'s ongoing plan to spend more time on his banjo than on TV. This post covers 2/14/2010 through 2/20/2010.
I am not an unattractive man.
A little hirsute, perhaps. But normally I look like a human being.
So why is it that, in all of the pictures of me playing my banjo at the party this week — Oh, and happy birthday Dave, Julie and Cathy — why is it that in all of those pictures, I have ape face?
Do you see the ape face? Here, let me zoom in for you.
See? Ape face.
Here's another one.
It's kind of a slack-jawed, thinking-real-hard kind of expression.
And if you think the ape face is clear in those photos, you should see the video. Ape face, ape face, ape face.
Several questions spring to mind.
Actually, I can answer that last one. Here's me playing my washtub bass at that same party.
So, yeah. There it is. Ape face.
Also in the last week:
Saturday, March 6, 2010 @5:22:58 AM
hi pure concentration it shows your love of the music and instrument when i try to play i just look plain scared i have not yet become one with the instrument i think you may be there ron
Monday, March 22, 2010 @8:08:43 PM
Thanks for posting. I needed that. B/t your descriptions and the pictures, and knowing that feeling, I was literally laughing out loud while reading this.
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