Lately, I've been relaxing at my computer, experimenting with this Gravity simulation put out my the MSTMF Lab. It doesn't take much thought, and it's fun to create binary systems with orbiting planets. Now if I could only get to a third level of orbits, I'd have this simulation down pat. There is no score involved. Instead, it's a meditative pleasure using someone else's serious work.
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I had set my alarm clock to go off early enough to have the option of going to Governor's Island to see Noah Diamond's Marx Brothers presentation. This is the same man who revived "I'll Say She Is" for the NYC Fringe festival. However, after a night of poor sleep, I decided to get back under the covers and relax for the rest of the day.
Later on, I had the option of seeing "Lili Marlene" as part of the 20 @ 20 Off-Broadway specials. And again, the option of not getting dressed felt so much more comfortable, especially when I didn't feel like spending money I didn't have enough of. So again, I stayed home for the day.
One thing of note. Since the Hurricane hitting Florida would make Tampa Bay's 3 game set against the Yankees unplayable at home, both teams have agreed to play this set at Citi Field. And, for $25 per seat, I suggested to my brother that he play hooky and come with me to the baseball game. Alas, he has way too many responsibilities to do so. So it looks like I might end up going alone to see a game. (And you'll likely see this post after this 3 game set has been played.)
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Tomorrow's a day in NYC with HWV to see "The Curvy Widow". This looks like fun, and I'll tell all about it after the show....