Saturday, May 13, 2006

Friday, May 12

The universe is amazing not when it is complex, but when it is simple.

Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Monday, May 8

  • Steve and I drank a gallon of milk and ate a dozen doughnuts*. Uuuuuuuuu. We no feel so good.
  • I've rummaging through my head, sifting for adjectives, but I can't seem to find any which do Oblivion justice. The game is spiff!
*They were free!

Sunday, May 07, 2006

Moving Back

  • John K. and I watched MI3. Phillip-Seymor Hoffman is sohoho evil, it's awesome (p.s., I didn't know Kevin Spacy was the new Lex Luther. WOW am I psyched for that!).
  • So I stayed up all night not-packing, and then started packing at six thirty in the morning. Who says you can't pack all of your Earthly belongings in two hours?
  • Well, the storage company (College Boxes) shows up, takes my contract, says they'll be back in a few minuets for the boxes, and then leaves without my shit. WHAT THE SHIT?! I practically shit a brick. My very kind suitemate agreed to hand the stuff over to those CB shitters since I had to catch my flight (which he did and all worked out well, except for the shittiness of everything).
  • I shleped half of my worldly goods to the airport.
  • In order to check three bags, one must pay an additional $80. Give me an S! Give me an H! [...]
  • I have 3 minute of memory from the three hour flight.
  • HOME! Dance, fools!
  • Bravo! was very good, particularly the jazz band, as always they are.
What I'm noticing these days: Logos, fonts, typefaces.

Thursday, May 04, 2006


This incredible paper is due to-morrow/day and I haven't gotten a wink of sleep. Perhaps you don't appreciate the state of my standing in this class. It is terrible! On an unrelated note, my attention span these days is total shit. I entirely blame tabs in Firefox. Incidentally, if you're not using Firefox, I seriously don't want to know you.

Tuesday, May 02, 2006


So, we finished our final performance of Cloud Nine today, which brings an end to my second year of studio. I have no conclusions. The kids hit Limerick's afterward and I found the whole party very uncomfortable.

I have a new pedestration game. I imagine being where I am looking, looking at myself walking. I envision what the world looks like to the people I pass: what do they notice, where do they look, who do they see (me?) and what's of interest behind my back. I also sometimes pick a spot across the street or atop a building or within a vehicle and wonder how the view is from there.