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Mon, Jul. 4th, 2005 04:36 am


Current Mood: sin city
Current Music: The Books / Vogt Dig For Kloppervok / Lost And Safe

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Sat, Jun. 25th, 2005 02:05 pm

i actually agree with tom cruise on a large issue? i need to go take a shower, i feel so gross.



i'm sorry i haven't been writing much lately, i had my last day of work and am honestly just now finally settling into a routine in the home-office lifestyle. i have lots to divulge though, including frustrations regarding artists and their egos, having your heart jump started (not literally, don't worry), and i'm happy to say that i'm going to thailand the day after my art show opens. then i get to come back just to start a second art show. oh (joy).

Current Mood: dizzy
Current Music: Ellen Allien / Come / Thrills

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Wed, Jun. 15th, 2005 05:19 pm

so today's the last day of work at the office. i have to admit, i'm fucking ecstatic. its been really quite great, and i'll try to write down a much more balanced look at the whole thing later, but for now... FUCK YES, FREE AT LAST. from now I'll be doing freelance work, my solo show, culture drone's exhibition+magazine (so much good stuff happening!), and working part time at Pu san's restaurant. ha! IRRASHAIMASE~~!

here are some things to think about...

Outrage as USA Blocks Probe of Uzbek Massacre

Poll: Canadians See Bush, bin Laden as Equal Threats

John P. Avlon talks about the future of Moderates with Jon Stewart on the Daily Show (wmv)

Current Mood: ecstatic ecstatic
Current Music: Andrew Bird / > Sovay / 2005-05-01 - Paradiso (Kleine zaal)

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Mon, Jun. 13th, 2005 03:34 pm

Bill Moyers is my hero, what? A surprisingly articulate conversation with Chris Matthews regarding the future of American democracy.

Current Mood: impressed impressed
Current Music: Gang Gang Dance / Side B / Self-Titled LP (Fusetron)

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Mon, Jun. 13th, 2005 10:13 am

NYC Legendary Record Store Mondo Kim's Raided by RIAA

Current Mood: annoyed annoyed
Current Music: Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds / Two Step / 4-4-2003 Carthage College Disc 1

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Thu, Jun. 9th, 2005 02:55 pm


Just when you think you've heard every possible editorial comparison between the current administration and nazi/right-wing/fascist regimes, the government decides they might as well own up to it all and get their 'creative' guys on the job! A poster on the MARC commuter train (btwn Baltimore and DC) today. Pretty much sums up how "National Security" will bring us into the "New American Century." LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC!

p.s. sleater-kinney just produced what i'd consider to be their best work ever. even if you never thought of yourself as the type to appreciate them, i think this album could EASILY change your mind.

Current Mood: anxious anxious
Current Music: Sleater-Kinney / What's Mine Is Yours / The Woods

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Tue, Jun. 7th, 2005 06:40 pm

okay. so. you may have....well, heard....
now, let me just remind you all...

"Nothing is fucked here, Dude. Come on, you're being very un-Dude."
- Walter Sobchak

Jason Snell agrees with Walter, "The sky is not falling. But, I'll admit, it seems to be a slightly different shade than it was yesterday." Stop doing acid by the way Jason. But yes, its going to be okay....its going to be okay.....its going to be okay...keep breathing...its going to be okay.

Current Mood: indescribable indescribable
Current Music: Miles Davis / Oleo / The Complete Blackhawk Sessions

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Mon, Jun. 6th, 2005 10:16 am

So apppppaaaaarently my cousin is hittin it big over in Czech producing for hip hop phenom Cherry Hill. They're getting daily play on Prague's radio stations and music video channels, and have already made their way into Germany and a few other countries' charts. Check out their first video. My cousin is the piano player hater.

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Wed, Jun. 1st, 2005 12:14 pm

Speaking at one of his Orwellian, faux townhall meetings on Social Security in Greece, New York on May 24, Bush said, "See, in my line of work you got to keep repeating things over and over and over again for the truth to sink in, to kind of catapult the propaganda." I'm guessing this is the first time in the history of the Republic that a president has publicly acknowledged he was catapulting propaganda at the American public. - David Corn for The Huffington Post

"We've got a lot of work to do with the North Korean because he tends to ignore what the other five nations are saying at times. But that doesn't mean we're going to stop," Bush said. Anyone else see a little hypocrisy behind the smoke?

Current Mood: exhausted exhausted
Current Music: Sleater-Kinney / The Woods

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Tue, May. 31st, 2005 01:29 am

colin wrote that last post by the way

the sneaky bastard

colin's also leaving

so all of you shed a tear

do it now

yes

shut up colin

yes

yes

Current Mood: awake awake
Current Music: The Album Leaf / Wet the Day (Live In Atlanta) / Seal Beach (EP Plus Bonus Tracks)

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