Lapse

I relaize it’s been a while since I posted, and more since my last podcast.
I’ve also not read my friends’ LJ’s and have been out of the loop for a bit.

I’ve been extremely busy with a lot of things in my life – primarily work, and then there’s my lovely lady of course, and theater rehearsals, which will continue intul June.
I don’t know why I submit to this abuse – it might have something to do with the fact that I enjoy it. :S

I’ve also picked up a couple of online games – namely www.ogame.org and www.vendetta1923.com. Point of advice: don’t even start on Vendetta. The game mechanics are slow, the system isn’t well defined enough.
A lot of people have joined the alliance I am in on OGame, though, so a shout goes out to you guys & gals.

In any case, I hope to have a few minutes to post details of my upcoming production of CST’s “She Stoops to Conquer” – a comedy of which hilarity took a double dosage of – and hope to see you all there.

Until next time, I remain Mike The Man.

  • tammynin

    intul June?
    It’s good to be busy with happy stuff, but it’s still tiring.

  • miketheman

    Now I see the other mistakes – I was tired.
    But the productions are wonderful – the first one opens next Thursday. You and DarkEstablishment are cordially invited to an evening of English theater to come and laugh.
    After this show is over, rehearsals go right into Macbeth – which will show in June.

  • tammynin

    Cos that means there’s a solid zero percent chance of us making it. Gush Dan, on the other hand…

  • miketheman

    What is up with that?
    Why are you two dead set against ever making it to Jerusalem? I’ve seen HIM here at least once before, so there is a precedent…

  • tammynin

    1. He no longer works as a translator and office hours plus commuting take up all of his time and energy
    2. I hate driving, and driving to Jerusalem is the worst drive ever (I’d rather go to Haifa or Tivon and not go up and down).
    3. My car is really old and will probably not make it.
    I’ve wanted to go to Jerusalem for a few months now, yet it doesn’t happen.

  • miketheman

    Pshaw.
    I drive from Jerusalem to Lod every day – that’s rough.
    1. Why doesn’t he finally get a car from his company? It’s about time, isn’t it?
    2. Ever he3ar of Egged? They run a decent route to J-Town, all day.
    3. Ref. #2.

    All it takes is desire.
    For instance, this weekend, we’re driving down to the Dead Sea – Ein Gedi Spa. When was the last time you just relaxed in bromide and let the stress drain off you?

  • tammynin

    He’s not in hi tech, comapny cars are not in abundance in his workplace (nor in mine, sadly).
    I admire you for your energy. On the other hand, whe one doesn’t live in Gush Dan, one gets used to driving there. And the closer you live to Tel Aviv, the less you are willing to drive out of it. Didi used to live in Tel Aviv, didn’t drive (still), and the farthest he’d go out of it was to Givataim, where I used to live (like twice in 7 months). Now we live in Holon, not 10 km rom Tel Aviv, and when I have to go to Kfar Saba to meet friends, I brace myself, eat energy bars, drink red bull and sleep for 14 hours the night before.
    Yea, I guess we’re lame. And age also takes its toll.

  • miketheman

    AGE? Madam, you make me laugh.
    So you are telling me, that if I guarantee a wonderful evening’s entertainment in Jerusalem, there’s no way you’d make it? Even on a Saturday evening?

  • tammynin

    on the weekend.

  • miketheman

    So be it then. You’re not making this easy at all.
    I will post times and info and such – and leave it up to you.
    Have your man speak to JoeBrown42 – there may be an evening he is in your area with his vehicle and would be willing to transport you to Jerusalem for the show or something….

  • tammynin

    (I know I’m difficult).