Song of the Day 8/28/2009

August 28, 2009 at 12:40 am (Uncategorized)


On this day in 1997 – The first Genesis album in six years was premiered live in an Album Network radio special and simultaneous webcast at

Tiny Masters of Today – Skeletons

Question of the Day:

Name a hobby you had as a kid.



  1. Marlo Miller said,

    I rollerskated a lot. I liked to play Jax. Spent a lot of time trying to figure out how to get my hair to feather. (That last one has never been mastered). Has anyone noticed the 80’s fashion is back? Why lord why? I love 80’s music, not fashion it was a bad time of flurescents, leg warmers, stirrup pants, jellie shoes and hair scrunchies….(shutter)…gives me the heebies.

  2. Kel/y_H said,

    This is gonna make me sound like a total dork… but I used to practice my handwriting. However, I could probably do calligraphy now, so it’s probably paid off.

  3. amber said,

    i had a wood burning kit. it was basically an electric stick with a very sharp metal point that heated to frightening temperatures.
    when you pressed it into wood it would leave indented black burn marks, and you could use it to draw or make signs. great gift for a ten yr old aye?
    it was pretty fun tho, and it smelled good, like a campfire without the smoke!

  4. Shannon said,

    I had a great interest in fires: starting them, extinguishing them, hiding the evidence so my parents wouldn’t get better at hiding cigarette lighters. Is that a hobby?

    • Kel/y_H said,

      My brother was the same way – and now he’s a glass blower and metal smith. I guess playing with fire can translate into a career in some cases.

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