Saturday, March 12, 2011

After Two Days On The Air Without Sleep, It Was Time For Comedy.

Ok, that sounds awkward but here's the scoop.  Thursday night, I was almost asleep when I got a phone call from my boss.  Turn on the TV she says.  I flick on CNN and could see that we were going to have a long day.  While on the phone with her I get another call from Troy Nicolini of the National Weather Service.  This is before 2 am Friday morning.  I pack my truck and head to work.  I don't have to tell you what happened next, I did elaborate a bit in the comment section of my last post. 
Fact is, I had a prior engagement for Friday night in Blue Lake at the Casino.  It was the Just Another Hangover Comedy Tour.  I managed to get in a two hour nap Friday evening before heading to Blue Lake.  I was wondering, would anybody be there after such a trying day?  Yes is the short answer.  I arrived for the 10 pm show and learned that the 7 pm show was full.  The 10 pm show was more than half full. It seems that I wasn't the only one that needed some comedy.
We laughed, they told a couple of Tsunami jokes followed by the line, "what, too soon?"
I got home just after 2 am and was dog tired.  I'm glad I went.  I needed a good laugh.  I then slept for 12 hours. 
Tonight are Earl Thomas and Roster McClintock at two separate Trinidad events.  Thomas at Town Hall at 7 pm and Rooster McClintock at Ocean Grove at 10 pm.
I don't know if I have the strength to  make either of them.
I'll probably watch CNN and get more sleep so I can enjoy at least one day of my weekend.
 There are problems with multiple Japanese Nuclear Plants due to the earthquake and tsunami there. It is going to be a long week monitoring that situation. 

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