if I knew whether the rental car had a cassette player I'd consider getting a cassette adapter instead so that the sound did not have to travel through the treacherous air first. but most car stereos these days are cd only it seems so until I see the cassette player in the car I won't waste the money.
not that I have anything against wasting money.
I didn't really get very far today as I spent all my car time shopping. new jeans from macy's, new cheapy stereo for the living room. since c moved and took her boombox there is no way to blare music while cleaning and without blaring music I cannot clean. now we need a piece of furniture to put it on. there are plants on top of the vcr or it could go there but we need a shelf or something for the bare wall that c left behind when she also took her bookshelf. gods forbid we be able to see a wall in this house. perhaps I will wander the neighborhood tomorrow in search of cast-offs. that is the best way to find furniture in san francisco. it's the sidewalk economy: take a chair when you need one, leave a chair when you have extra.
which reminds me. I need to deposit my clothes on the sidewalk already. if I am up after the bars close perhaps I will do that tonight. I'd take them to the community thrift store which gives its profits to the charity of your choice but really I would rather that whoever needs my old socks get them for free and I don't know of any particular agency that would pass them out without charge or that would pass them out without taking the choicest items for themselves first. and of course I only discard the most fashionable of garments!
I was going to dedicate my evening to making playlists but I've gotten up to not quite two and a half hours on this one and my attention span is about shot. it could be time for legos.