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“[…] Details are confusing. It is only by selection, by elimination, by emphasis, that we get at the real meaning of things.” (Georgia O’Keeffe) Confusion, creativity, and craft beer.
… I don’t need a brain. So goes a line (perhaps two) from the wonderful “Pitbull Terrier” by Emir Kusturica and the No Smoking Orchestra; the song is featured in the amazing “romance” Black Cat, White Cat, Kusturica’s 3rd ‘Balkan’ … Continue reading
At halftime in the first game of the NBA finals the Spurs are up 5 over Cleveland. Today was … the MOMA.
Another day, another prime number. When I was a math undergrad prime numbers were among my favorite recreational math interests, perhaps due to all the prime-related work we did under Shahriari … number theory, combinatorics, you name it. The distribution … Continue reading
Ten days already? Impressive. And about a week to go; I fly home next Wednesday. Today was the American Museum of Natural History, an institution I know primarily from Preston and Child’s Relic … a mediocre book (at best) and … Continue reading
Another day of keeping things short; it was a one-trick-pony sort of day, and that’s okay. I got up later than expected, though the TV went off at 7 as it’s done since I’ve been here. As if it has … Continue reading
So here I sit this afternoon at Mother Fool’s so as to get out of the apartment for a while. In addition Colonial Management said they would like to show the place between 4 and 6, so I’d rather not … Continue reading
Music: I finished “M” today with some Muzikas, but now I’m on “N,” and after some Natalie Merchant and Nazareth (won’t be listening to that again any time soon!) I’m on Neil Diamond. What I thought was lots and lots … Continue reading
Last night I finished rewatching season 1 of Alias — my second rewatching of the season. Last winter while in Berlin I rewatched seasons 1-4 as well; it was the middle of season 5 at that point. See, all the … Continue reading