WEDNESDAY • APRIL 3 2002

Karen and I are traveling to Washington, DC tomorrow for four days of relaxation in the nation's capital. I have been to DC once before, but this will be my first opportunity to see DC and to experience the visual effect of a few thousand Yoshino Cherry blossoms in full bloom.

When I left home this morning, I had a 20 item checklist tucked away in my back pocket. Nine hours later, I ticked the final item: Go Home. I made my final round of handshakes and hugs and retreated to my car for the quiet ride home. I'm Free!

TUESDAY • APRIL 2 2002

He said "Follow the D" and we followed into the Tabernacle, for two hours of the Tenacious D experience. Greasepaint, a local Atlanta band, opened for the D with a 30 minute, circus themed set which caused so much pain and discomfort to my eardrums; they ruptured themselves.

Bring on the D! Jack and Kyle took to the stage shortly after 9 o'clock and rocked my fuckin' socks off. Though Tenacious D in concert is like watching a live version of the CD (bits included), I would see them again (and again). Jack and Kyle are both excellent musicians with a refreshingly morbid sense of humor. Parental discretion is advised.

MONDAY • APRIL 1 2002

April 1st, or "Trust No one Day," is the ideal time to turn off the computer and go outside. While the Internet is feverishly trying to determine whether or not questionable news articles and announcements are false, you could be enjoying a tall glass of lemonade – without feeling the least bit foolish.

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