Stephen Mejias

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Stephen Mejias  |  May 17, 2006  |  4 comments
Well, Elizabeth is off to Italy. Ciao, bella!
Stephen Mejias  |  May 16, 2006  |  4 comments
Elizabeth is leaving us, and she doesn't care.
Stephen Mejias  |  May 15, 2006  |  15 comments
As the plane approached the chaos of John F. Kennedy International Airport, I turned my head towards the small oval window to look out onto the bright City skyline.
Stephen Mejias  |  May 12, 2006  |  4 comments
Q: Have I mentioned that I'm not too fond of the Ayre's appearance?
A: Why, yes, I have.
Stephen Mejias  |  May 11, 2006  |  6 comments
"I just want you to know, Stephen, that I spent the entire afternoon recompiling all of the text and graphs and data for the Test CD 2 booklets."
Stephen Mejias  |  May 10, 2006  |  4 comments
On June 14, 2004, I made a silly, little mistake.
Stephen Mejias  |  May 09, 2006  |  6 comments
Damn. Today it's 5:45pm and I'm just getting started. At least I'm not alone; Elizabeth is still here, worrying about page numbers and layouts so that JA can worry about other things.
Stephen Mejias  |  May 08, 2006  |  15 comments
It's a bit of a shame about the blog: I often don't get started on an entry until late in the day. For instance, I'm starting this entry at 5:23pm. At 5:23pm, most people are on their ways home, while I'm here, feeling like I'm just getting started. And I put a lot of effort into these words. It takes some time. Even the shitty entries take awhile. I hope this doesn't sound like a complaint. I'm not complaining. I actually enjoy these circumstances. I'm relaxing now. Tarkio's keeping me awake with banjos and bells, and, aside from the random e-mail, there are no more interruptions to keep me from writing, which is what I love most. I like this time. I like 5:23pm. I like my job. Which gets me to something else I wanted to mention, had I had the opportunity to simply mention it when it came to mind, rather than beating around the clock like this:
Stephen Mejias  |  May 05, 2006  |  3 comments
I've heard some of the guys — John Atkinson, Wes Phillips, Art Dudley — talk about a certain feeling. It's a strange kind of, mildly irrational, but altogether real, bit of sadness topped off with a touch of guilt and/or regret that sneaks up on the audio reviewer when the time comes to return a piece of gear to its manufacturer.
Stephen Mejias  |  May 04, 2006  |  0 comments
Almost like a real audio reviewer, tomorrow I'll be

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