After a quick trip up to the con suite, I spent the next hour and a half at the themed filk "Filk Classics" which was enormous fun, And I got to sing Zander Nyrond's Sam's Song, which a lot of people knew well enough to sing along, and the usual instant harmonies sprung up in all the right places. And I also did my old curmudgeon version of Frank Hayes' When I Was A Boy which was a resounding success, with everyone joining in on the chorus, and my added costuming verse got some laughs. This is the first time I've actually soloed at a filk circle, strange but true. There was no problem with it being a capella.
Had to bail at midnight, needed to get home and get some sleep, which may do soon. But first I needed to make better copies of Howeird's Grossest Hits, because the ones I have left will probably lose their labels and jam someone's CD player.