Monday, April 14, 2008

Play MadLibs with Circus Money lyrics has been updated with a text titled Girls go to the sea. It is in part written using lyrics from Circus Money, and you're suggested to have "a little MadLibs fun".

The first thing we wondered was what "MadLibs" means.

Here's what Wikipedia writes:

Mad Libs
(a play on ad lib, from Latin ad libitum - as you wish) is a word game where one player prompts another for a list of words to substitute for blanks in a story; these word substitutions have a humorous effect when the resulting story is then read aloud. The game is especially popular with American children and is frequently played as a party game or as a pastime. Mad Libs was invented in the 1950s by Leonard Stern and Roger Price, who published the first editions themselves.

So get reading and playing filling in those missing words! And there's also more than one reminder to sign up for the newsletter if you're - as it is phrased - interested in any possible early acquisitions.

: : : : Steely Dan's summer tour 2008 : : : :

Meanwhile the number of shows that make up this summer's Think Fast, Steely Dan tour grows.
As this is being typed there are 25 shows listed and the brand new issue of the newsletter promise that more still will be added.
No word on any dates outside of the U.S. and Canada. And it might just be our negative disposition, but we doubt this tour will turn into a world tour like the one in 2007.

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