just arrived in mexico city. and just had tortillas y frijoles negros y guacamole. see, it's easy to be vegan in mexico. well, as long as they don't get crazy with the manteca.
in other news: the flight from houston to dallas was amazing, some of the worst turbulence i've ever experienced. you know it's bad turbulence when 1/2 the people on the plane are crying and/or praying. i don't know what's wrong with me, but i love turbulence. it's kind of comforting to feel as if god is swatting the plane with the back of his/her/its hand. perhaps i'm alone in my feelings about turbulence. i remember one time flying from l.a-nyc and the turbulence was really intense and the guy next to me looked at me in terror and i had a big smile on my face. i mean, you toss a little metal tube up in the sky at 38,000 feet and it's bound to get knocked around a bit, right? i assume that the nice people at boeing or airbus or embraer or bombardier have double checked to make sure that the planes can handle some god swatting at 38,000 feet.
in other news, i'm looking forward to playing live in mexico. the last time i toured here (18 months ago) i played a dance set. this tour is much more focussed on the live band, with some dance songs, but mainly focussing on the live performances. i hope you like it.