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(art I found in the back of a pickup on my walk home.. left them a card sonthey can call me... I didn't want to steal it... but I'd like that if they're giving it away!) you know make some plans they change but things work out give away the extra ticket anyway whip the shit out of the boy later The show was amazing and inspiring inspiring inspiration has been abundant lately I bought $80 merch to support them yo, of Montreal D went home to love on his daddy J walked down with mr as I talked with my mom sounding like she on the brink of death on her birthday! poor kitten I love her and gave her some of my sparkling excess happiness from yesterday she's feeling a bit better now oh yeah, it was Friday I don't like going out Friday so J and I went back to G's in The Hotel in Chelsea vegetarian burger from Lucky's was good love their Sweet Potato fries mmmm G welcomed us in and J had never been there so we talked a while like four hours... til M arrived J was fading and we had all sorts of plans we rode up the A sharing the headphones so he could hear more oM while I wrote that long rambling thing I've been writing since Wednesday when we got to my house he crashed in the front room and I Kay in bed finishing that piece til 6:39 or something ugh sleep so much for getting tons of stuff done I did a bit of shopping we ate the gorgeous vegetarian handmade empanadas from New Age Nutrition and finished the book edited the photos twice replaced them tweaked the cover uploaded it and triple checked it good finished now I just need to make a book for myself I met this guy right after the hail fell on Thursday someone I met months ago on silverdaddies worked in the music industry his whole life knows how to talk and talks astrology but isn't careful and said some nasty damming stuff about my prospects for relationships like Never which I felt in the innocence and arrogance of my youth but have come to believe, faulty or not, that life is more satisfying with a Partner well, sometimes it's better to have a tribe if settle for that I would... another thing this guy said was how he wanted to write a book and tried for a few years and just couldn't get more than a few pages in when a friend of his said where's that book? look: I'll help you they got together every week for 35 weeks talked for a few hours and recorded all of it all of his stories then he collaborated with someone he knee from the industry who transcribed all the shit and edited then they worked it into a book he said: you can't do it Alone and last night at the Hotel J said, yeah, midwesterners always believe they have to do it themselves, all this self sufficiency shit and M said Yes don't do anything alone we're here to collaborate G concurred so I have a self-centered project I wish to complete who will help me? I suppose with the Internet I can upload entire photo sessions of mine to other people and they can make their selects send them back to me to layout or to someone else to layout or I should just start having more people to come over to my house to make books with instead of have sex with make more babies eh knee wey J and I headed down to central park he read the long thing while I rested -we had baked cookies while working and I was feeling tired and wacked- gave me some useful supportive feedback got a turkey avocado sandwich headed across the park hearing the music coming over the hills and fields, the Sea and Cale had already started... which was fine by me I only really know a few of their songs Broken Social Scene was nice tons of pot heads there it was all so Het the stone was nice most of the set was great but really compared to last nights show all glam, puppets, theatrics and prophetic insanity this show was kinda Meh and the encore was almost all the songs of theirs I don't like made the whole thing feel lime a trashy rock show I still love them but I was feeling a little burnt and over saturated I sent J on his way and walked back across the park into The Boat House restaurant to use the toilet coz my digestion is not happy with me drank water then walked through the dark paths to a rock by the water I knew from last summer and lay down almost napped but decided that was a bad idea and went back into the trails working my way over to the west side through the rambles all these years and my proclivity for parks and I'd never dine the rambles at night well I'll just say I met a nice boy from detroit who was a huge football player and after he took me to a secluded favourite spot of his and we made some magic he told me he was a kinda famous drag queen and I was just telling someone drag queens can be really amazing hot when they're out of drag (my taste) coz they have serious fucking confidence to pull that shut off and bitch is a real singer as well christened central park after 13 years with this city ... with a fucking drag Queen footballer! I feel blessed! we hung out and talked a long while and walked out togethPanic in the Aisles of Dominicks
A word about panic. Well, first of all, I guess having lived in Buffalo, NY kind of desensitizes me to huge snowstorms. I know that as long as I have enough food around for a couple of days, I'm good. As I keep telling people, you CAN survive for days on popcorn and cookies. It might not be ideal nutrition but it sure is fun! I'm also the type of person that doesn't believe the weather reports anymore because they all sound over-hyped. Seriously, they make *every* storm sound like it's going to be the big one, which is actually very dangerous for when the big one really happens and people like me don't take it seriously. But honestly, I understand people in rural areas panicking but on the north side of Chicago, I've lived in 5 different apartments from Edgewater to Ukrainian Village and I've never been more than a block from a major grocery store-either Dominicks or Jewel. When the blizzard first started, I stopped off at Trader Joe's for some feta cheese (I had a craving) and I saw then how huge portions of the stock-cereal, potato chips, canned foods looked like it had been raided. People, a blizzard is not a zombie attack. You do realize this, right? As Douglas Adams might say, "DON'T PANIC." This is Dominicks yesterday-that's right, it was still OPEN. I walked a block there because I usually get eggs from local farms delivered but it was postponed until Sat (understandably). Thank God I didn't need milk. But yeah, still OPEN. I understand when people worry about their heat and electricity going out and I understand large families in rural areas panicking but to me it seems like everyone still over-reacted here a bit. I mean, I bike to the grocery store and even I have enough veggie burgers to tide me over in case I was holed in for, like, 2 weeks. Also, people, you won't die if you miss one meal, I promise. I mean, haven't you ever read Cormac McCarthy's The Road? You can totally run from cannibals at the end of the world with a couple of cans a day WITH A KID. I know, I know, that was "fiction." Also open within a block of my apartment yesterday: Subway (sandwiches), McDonalds, Sweet Cakes bakery, my local record store-Permanent Records (I don't advise eating records. It seems kind of inhumane), the corner store, and Dominicks. One more thing, in the case of a dire emergency where we'd all starve if we didn't raid and loot the nearest grocery store, you'd want to leave something left for that effort, right? That's all.
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