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Month: May 2010

Are dog lovers with kids automatically stupid?

Are dog lovers with kids automatically stupid?

Yes. Yes, they are. This time a child died. I blame myself, really.  After all, I’ve tried to get the word out again and again and I guess I just didn’t make my point. Good job mom and dad, I’m so glad you won’t face charges.   I bet if daddy had given the kid a loaded gun, and came back “after a few minutes to check on something” to find his son with bullet wounds this would be a different story.  Instead we…

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working

working

There used to be a time when I’d go for sabbaticals from the blog because I was depressed.  If you’ve ever been depressed, and it turns out more people than would like to admit so have been, you know what I mean.  However, recently I just haven’t had the time to update on the multitude of things that are going on.  I also have trouble getting photos onto the blog because many of my card readers won’t read the 8GB card…

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Art Walk May 2010

Art Walk May 2010

Sam and I met up with Aaron and Garen at The Hive to start the art walk.  The Hive used to have a small section devoted to “hippy” art.  I don’t mean to demean it, but that it what it is in a nutshell, all about “opening your third eye” and all of that.  Much of it looks like imperfect Alex Grey knock-offs.  This section no longer exists at the hive – because they have an entire gallery just next…

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his wall

his wall

Is this worth it to see Roger Waters perform The Wall from “nosebleed” seats?  I’m going to say no, based on his hoarse performance a few years ago at that charity Pink Floyd “reunion” charity show in London.

On Saturday I headed south to Sam’s place.  Even though it was her birthday she ended up cooking for us.  But I certainly can’t complain when the meal looks like this lobster thermidor (and no, that isn’t a small plate – that’s a big lobster tail): After dinner we went to the Hive for the opening of the May show.  My piece was on the wall opposite the musical acts for the evening.  As far as I know none of…

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