Yes, that’s the title to a Warren Zevon song.
I miss Warren. More than anything, I miss the new songs he’d be producing now.
He never knew it, but his discography (along with Tom Petty’s) served as the go-to source for inspirational songs for my paintball team, the Werewolves. Werewolves of London was the team’s theme song and its last line – ‘Draw Blood!’ (which we all shouted as loudly and nastily as we could) often preceded our first game at a tournament. From the reactions, we’re pretty sure it had the desired effect on our opponents.
Lawyers, Guns and Money was another good song for the ‘Wolves, as were Petty’s Won’t Back Down and Free Falling.
Not that I’ll spend any more time on this subject at least right now, but as I think about it, I realize now how important music was to the paintball tournament scene.
I chose Zevon’s title for my title because I’m still in desperation mode – but some major progress has been made. I’ve finally managed to finish the re-do of all of the individual image pages on the SF pulp magazine checklist. 349 images, 349 anchors, 349 titles…
I think it looks pretty good if I do say so myself – but you can say so for yourself if you go on over to the site and check it out here.
I’ve got one remaining section to do over there, the history pages (displaying all related titles on one page). Once that’s completed, you’ll be able to click from image to image in all of the magazine sections of the site.
I figure a couple of days, as there aren’t nearly as many history images as there are individual magazine images.
Once that’s done, I can finish up the Chandler Concordance page re-dos and the whole site will be ‘new’. Then back to tackling the wordpress transfer.
“I can hear the air conditioner hum. It goes hmmmmm hmmmmm…..”
Hey, just noticed the add in to SFFix’s blogroll. Thanks guys!