SXSW

I'm a hopin' SXSW is gonna be a mighty swell pardy

This coming Thursday I'm taking a plane from Manchester to Austin Texas (via Chicago) bound for SXSW. It's my first time in Texas so I'm looking forward to bumping into some famous Texans. After all, Texas is only a small place (right?) and there is bound to be someone I recognise?

The Magnificent Seven Ride

Riding into town with me will be,

I'm a hopin' SXSW is gonna be a mighty swell pardy.
Until I get back on the 17th... take care y'all.


Replies

  1. #1 On March 7, 2005 11:04 PM Rimantas said:

    (Puppy dog) Dunstan :)))
    I admire him, but still wait if he will return to design and web stuff :)

  2. #2 On March 7, 2005 11:30 PM Jon Hicks said:

    The Clergyman?! Hello?!

  3. #3 On March 7, 2005 11:31 PM Jon Hicks said:

    oh well, better than 'lil willy' I guess

  4. #4 On March 7, 2005 11:35 PM Tom said:

    If you get chance to checkout any music while you there then radio1 stage looks really interesting.

  5. #5 On March 8, 2005 12:02 AM Craig C. said:

    Good old Zed-Zed Top. Amusingly, Frank Beard is the one without.

    See ya'll in Austin.

  6. #6 On March 8, 2005 08:23 AM Andrew Hayward said:

    'Lil Willy' Willison? Simon's gonna love that one! Will have to make sure I inform him of that one in our lecture later on!

    'Lil Willy'... ha!

  7. #7 On March 8, 2005 08:53 AM Ian Lloyd said:

    Campfire? I'm thinking of a famous scene from Blazing Saddles right now.

    Anyway, shouldn't complain - I could have been labelled 'Lil Willy' but Simon got that privilege, heh!

  8. #8 On March 8, 2005 08:57 AM Ian Lloyd said:

    Regarding famous Texans - last year I was sat in the Omni Hotel lobby bar a stone's throw away from Robert Duvall (strangely missing from the famous Texans list - he is Texan, right? Oh hang on, he's from San Diego). Anyway, there's star-spotting to be had, pardner. Yee-haw!

  9. #9 On March 8, 2005 10:55 AM Andy Budd said:

    Butch? What are you trying to say Andy?

  10. #10 On March 8, 2005 12:09 PM Malarkey said:

    @ Jon Hicks:
    Clergyman... I can imagine you as a 'gentleman gun man', perhaps a kind of Lee Van Cleef character. Perhaps you leave a cross on the bodies of those you have dispatched to the after-life?

    @ Andrew Hayward:
    I'm not suggesting for a goddam minute that Lil Willy refers to the size of pistol that Simon is packing!

    @ Andy Budd:
    Butch, as in Butch and Sundance.