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June 28, 2006

news for thought

The transvestites first appeared in March when they raided
Magazine Street like a marauding army of kleptomaniacal
showgirls, said Davis, using clockwork precision and brute
force to satisfy high-end boutique needs.


“We think of America as being this fabulous, powerful superpower,
and it’s exactly like Third World situations,” said Tom Kerr.

music: Busta Rhymes: Gimme some more

candice at 1:36 | link to post

June 20, 2006



Aunt Noriko, in her and my uncle's freshly restored house.

Their house had five or six feet of water - it was storm
surge so the waterlines are not as pronounced as elsewhere.
They had flood elevations on their side, and insurance money
that actually came. The house is beautiful now.

(before pictures: here and here.)

music: Doves: Almost forgot myself

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June 14, 2006

no words


music: New Order: Crystal

candice at 20:24 | link to post

June 08, 2006

1975 ipod

portable music

No, I have no idea if it works. Found at a consignment furniture
shop about a month ago.

I've taken to cooking up my own ringtones lately, it's quite fun.
I assigned Trans-Europe Express to everyone that wakes me up with
work to do. Default is a snippet of Joe le Taxi.

music: Portishead: Triphop Deconstruction

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June 04, 2006

escape sequence


Is this not the opening sequence to an action movie?

music: Ladytron: Skools out

candice at 20:19 | link to post

June 02, 2006

straight from the gulf

fresh shrimp

My mawmaw, you see, she's as cajun as the sky is blue. This
comes with an ability to find excellent seafood for cheap.
That lovely and his friends pictured there cost $1.50 per pound,
bought a few hours after they were caught.

Boiled a few pounds tonight and froze the rest, and I'm getting
some for my freezer too. Mom came back from da bayou with about
30 pounds.

And people wonder why we live here?

music: Hooverphonic: Mad about you

candice at 1:12 | link to post

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