The car comes in half an hour and I'm off for Charleston WV and Fairfax VA. I sure hope Patrick feels well enough to do the show tonight! I've loaded up my new HP Jornada 565 Pocket PC with audio books (I download 'em from Audible). I bought a 128 MB compact flash card for the Jornada. That'll hold about 18 hours of audio books. I have a book called Bobos in Paradise, four or five This American Life episodes (my all time favorite radio show), and a couple of Robin Williams interviews with Whoopi Goldberg and Will Durst. I'll stick some music on the Rio 500 for the flight, too. My current favorite flying songs: Bruce Hornsby's Walking in Memphis, Everlast's What It's Like, Will Smith's Miami, and Shania Twain's That Don't Impress Me Much.
I'll be flying again on Wednesday, but just for a day. I'm going to LA to interview Ted Danson for the show. Those frequent flyer miles are starting to pile up!
I'm hoping people show up in Charleston and Fairfax. Everybody is so jumpy these days I wouldn't blame them if they didn't. My own producer begged off the trip yesterday. He just wasn't comfortable flying. For some reason it doesn't worry me much. I feel like it's probably the safest way to travel these days. On the other hand, I'm not so keen crossing the Golden Gate Bridge ever since Governer Davis announced that terrorists plan to blow it up this week. Gee thanks, Gov.
See you in VA and WVA - or back on TV on Monday. -yawn-