Put new spark plugs in our car today. NGK G-Power Platinum tips. Real beauties. I guess you could say I did a bit of a tune up on the 1990 Corolla wagon. Probably the first time they've been changed in sixteen years. I can't wait to drive Dom to work tomorrow morning. The acceleration is gonna be nuts. Gonna pull some real Gs. Well, probably not as many as a Fiero, but still, nothing Corey Hart would sneer at either. I'm counting on some pretty crazy stuff here. I put the head rests up real high, just to be on the safe side. I hope Dom doesn't forget to snap the lid on her coffee mug. I did a phone interview live on BBC Scotland last night. It was great. One of the hosts, Richard Cadley, went out into the "high street" and started trading stuff live on-air. Here's how he did. Not bad for one hour if you ask me! The interview was at 4:30 AM Montreal time or something. Late late night interviews on Scotland radio stations are awesome. Can't wait to go there one day. Hey radio peeps and podcasters, if you want to do an interview about one red paperclip, feel free to call me anytime at 514-833-3980. Seriously, anytime. Besides, time really doesn't matter this week, with daylight savings coming up and all. The placement of hours is kinda, like, you know, relative. Hey Arizona, Indiana and Saskatchewan - you guys have no idea what you're missing out on. Daylight Savings is da bomb. So, yeah, my circadian rhythms are shot and I'm up late at night rambling about spark plugs, pulling Gs, Daylight savings, acceleration and no-so-subtly asking for radio interviews to help promote the project. There's a tie-in here though. I really think it's time to drop the clutch on one red paperclip and make this happen. Burn a little rubber for show at first to please the crowd, then work through the gears and hit the finish line at top speed. I think right now, with the recording contract, we're at about 4000 RPMs in second gear and just getting read to shift into third. Yeah, the on-ramp meters are off and I'm about to slam it in third and merge onto the freeway. Remember though, the Corolla's got five gears, so we've still got a ways to go before the house. It's gonna be a lot of fun, hard work over the next little bit, but I have a feeling that third, fourth and fifth gears are gonna rule. You know that part in Top Gun when the F-14 lifts off the deck and the synthesizer bass line for "Highway to the Danger Zone" kicks in? Yeah, that's pretty much right now. Kenny Logins, you are my hero - Kyle.