Monthly Archives: June 2007
Wikipedia is, if not the source of all knowledge, always good for amusement. Today’s amusement: Unusually-shaped vegetables and Supernumerary body parts, such as extra fingers (or toes), webbing between digits, extra heads, and the like. The page of the Dual … Continue reading
With her head tucked underneath her arm She walks the bloody tower With her head tucked underneath her arm at the midnight hour It’s a nigh of Kingston Trio music tonight.
After watching the thoroughly mediocre but promising “Natural City” (nifty ideas, good love story potential, less than inspirational execution) I returned the 4 DVDs I rented the other day and stopped by Fair Trade for a bit to draw and … Continue reading
This evening I called my dad; we spoke a few days ago, when I returned from New York. He and Judy went out to St. Chapelle today for wine and a concert. Evidently the weather was cooler than normal there, … Continue reading
Movie of the Day: “28 Weeks Later” — a great, action-filled sequel to “28 Days Later,” though with less emotional investment. It is technically brilliant, if perhaps emotionally empty. But at times that seems to be part of ‘the point.’ … Continue reading
Today’s heat made me stay inside, want to stay inside, but the funny thing is, it was nicer outside, despite the heat. For outside there was air movement, if perhaps still no real breeze. While inside I have no AC, … Continue reading
The McDonald’s “Filet O’ Fish” commercial is hilarious. And cheap to make. Perhaps the marketing gurus who came up with it got a hefty fee. It’s just two fish sandwiches sitting there in boxes, lettuce behind one and tomatoes behind … Continue reading
I talk to my parents too little.
From Madison Ave. and Madison Square Garden to Madison. I made a mistake — the 12th, not the 13th, is/was my return date … I’m glad I figured that out before I missed my flight.