A Gunman's Life- A Journal of a Manager's adventures through insanity|
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|Monday, July 14th, 2003|
Shindou has returned to the office, and I'm actually quite pleased with myself. I managed not to touch my gun once during the encounter; I was very tempted- but I actually did without.
Maybe I should drop the whole gun thing completely- nah, it would ruin my image. XD Current Mood: happy
|Friday, July 4th, 2003|
|Fireworks and hotdogs
*waves a tiny American flag* Happy Fourth of July minna!
*sweatdrops* Wait, I don't live in America anymore- nevermind.
These past few days have gone by in a violent blur. I'm still slightly peeved about Shindou's disappearance, but I've been able to deal. I'm not letting it work me up any longer; but I know one thing: when he does return there will be hell to pay.
Other than the loss of vocalist energy from the studio, things have been running smoothly like heated ice. Fondly I compliment both Hiroshi and Fujisaki for their hard and sincerely dedicated work ethics in the studio- Good Job you two! Not only do the two sound more beautifully intune to one another in song, but I've grown accustomed to just hearing the instruments instead of Shuichi's voice.
But- if Shuichi does not return soon, I have several people in mind who will be eager and ready to replace him. I will not let one man stand in the way of my success as the manager of Bad Luck.
Anyway, I can say honestly that I miss my family back in America today. Back before Ryuichi and I came to Japan, we used to celebrate today with hotdogs, hamburgers, and of course the well known tradition of shooting off brightly colored fireworks. Hopefully they shoot an extra firework off just for me; I'm quite fond of the palm tree green ones. Current Mood: nostalgic
|Wednesday, June 25th, 2003|
|No signs of Shuichi
That little.. *disturbing twitch of the eye*
I can't believe he is still gone! Where could he be? Out painting the town red, out goofing around when he should be in the studio where he belongs?
As long as Bad Luck has no singer, it's futile to try and do recordings. Sure, Hiro and Fujisaki can do recordings.. but it's not the same without that little monkey boy running around. Suprisingly enough, I actually miss Shuichi. It's just not the same without someone to constantly nag with my gun. Besides, I hold very strong affections for him. Not only does he sing very well, his lyrics- contrary to Eiri-san's belief- dive into a well full of depth and always catch the attention of millions of fans all across Tokyo and Japan's terrain.
Sakano and I had a small, short to the point meeting yesterday after Hiroshi and Fujisaki left. We decided to drive over to Eiri's apartment and ask the person who always fills up Shuichi's thoughts- Eiri. We arrived just as the sun was sinking below the horizan's surface, which seemed like the perfect time for me. He wasn't pleased that we came, but he didn't, at least on the surface, know where Shuichi was. I lost my temper with him for a few seconds, but like wise-man Sakano said- it isn't worth it. So, we drove back and I ended up with more puzzlement than I started with.
If Eiri doesn't have a clue as to where his hyper lover is- who does? Current Mood: worried
|Sunday, June 8th, 2003|
|Pink Gun XD
Today I went shopping for another new gun.
Hey, this American blondie can never have too many, hohoho.
Now I don't mean to sound shameless or excessively violent- but I can't afford to only use one magnum. (No this man has to have two, three, or four depending on the situation!) I must have at least two now with me at all times, especially in the studio with all those poor indecisive souls who never allow themselves to act on their own *wise* choices. I don't mean to sound too arrogant, but I believe I'm the true trigger to catalysting good advertisements for Bad Luck. For example, if it wasn't for me- Bad Luck would have never been able to play on that Game Show.
Everyone needs an extra push from the nozzle of a gun, right? Right that's what I thought. At around noon, after scarfing down a bowl of rice, I drove over to GunsRUS. (My absolutely most favorite place to be on a Sunday afternoon might I add.) I browsed through their catalogue, and I noticed an upgrade to the normal sniper. A huge pink gun, with hearts all over it. Now if that doesn't hypnotize Shuichi into writing ingenius lyrics, I don't know what will.
So tomorrow at the Bad Luck studio, I'll have two persuasion methods: my Sayonora 2000 and my 2x.5 revolver with cutsie hearts. Current Mood: accomplished
|Monday, June 2nd, 2003|
Who would have ever dreamed that I would be signing up for an online journal? Psh, not me. But I did, and now I can keep track of Bad Luck through the internet too. XD *laughs evily*
Suprisingly enough, lately things have been running quite smoothly up at the studio. I've been able to work diligently without any *major* interuptions, and Shuichi hasn't been annoying me quite as much lately. Or maybe it's because I bought the newest version of my gun, Sayonara 2000? If that doesn't keep them recording albums in the studio, I could always lug up my sniper. Current Mood: excited