Welcome to Austin…

By Josh Terzino
Staff Writer

Well, so far we are off to not the best of starts. Last night one of our cats got sick and we hung out at the Vet ER until 2:30 in the morning. Since we had to leave our apartment at 6 to catch our flight, we decided not to sleep.

The flight and all that was fine, we made it on time and everything. Once we got here, though, it was completely effed.

When we walked into the Austin Convention Center, it was fairly empty. Still is. We went into the registration area which resembled, slightly, an Abbot and Costello routine. Once we finally got our wristbands, the guy at the door to the elevator to get to Josh Ritter told us we couldn’t go up because we didn’t have the right pass. We did walk right past him though. He was chatting up some folks so we didn’t bother him. More with him tomorrow.

After waiting outside for half an hour to catch a shuttle to our hotel so we could drop off our luggage, we decided to head back in. We conned our way up into the Press Suite by dropping some names, and right now I’m waiting for K Flay to pop in for a quick interview.

It’s getting hot out here in Austin. I need a bed if I’m gonna make it through the rest of the day. Hopefully these interviews will go well and we can start turning things around.

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About joshterzino

Thank you, Chicago. Your population is as kind and warmhearted as I could hope for in a metropolis. The music, the food, the parks...it's everything a person could possibly want in a city they call home. I will forever be in your debt, Chicago. Let me know if you ever need anything.
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