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4.30.07 Some proper censorship.

4.28.07 New Mikey Welsh paintings from Vermont:

Mikey Welsh paintings

4.27.07 Working on new vidi-

4.26.07 Shark jumping? Is that a new sport? Funny sneeze.

shark jumping

4.25.07 La Nausée is a novel by Existentialist Jean-Paul Sartre, written in 1938 while he was a college professor. It is one of Sartre's best-known novels.

a sample

Some classic Bushisms

4.24.07 OK, we need some new sky to get the blog rolling. This one is from Kathy's Veteran's mural:

4.23.07 Whiting plant list page.

4.21.07 Utah rap Rap from Utah- they can do it!

4.20.07

4.19.07 What the hell is going on? We were washed away for a few days.

4.15.07 Nor'easter in the Northeast today- BIG RAIN.

4.14.07 Russel Hunt's year:

Goth Blog

4.13.07 Kathleen Loesch working on one of eight murals for the Veteran's Hospital in Florida.

4.12.07 Jean Vogrin's photo for Easter:

4.11.07 He needs a new wig.

4.10.07 Lester Smedjen makes fine furniture. A movie showing his work coming this summer.

not a small face on Charles Bukowski

4.8.07 Happy Easter, all, to whom that applies.

poem by Charles Bukowski:

The Blackbirds Are Rough Today

lonely as a dry and used orchard
spread over the earth
for use and surrender.

shot down like an ex-pug selling
dailies on the corner.

taken by tears like
an aging chorus girl
who has gotten her last check.

a hanky is in order your lord your
worship.

the blackbirds are rough today
like
ingrown toenails
in an overnight
jail---
wine wine whine,
the blackbirds run around and
fly around
harping about
Spanish melodies and bones.

and everywhere is
nowhere---
the dream is as bad as
flapjacks and flat tires:

why do we go on
with our minds and
pockets full of
dust
like a bad boy just out of
school---
you tell
me,
you who were a hero in some
revolution
you who teach children
you who drink with calmness
you who own large homes
and walk in gardens
you who have killed a man and own a
beautiful wife
you tell me
why I am on fire like old dry
garbage.

we might surely have some interesting
correspondence.
it will keep the mailman busy.
and the butterflies and ants and bridges and
cemeteries
the rocket-makers and dogs and garage mechanics
will still go on a
while
until we run out of stamps
and/or
ideas.

don't be ashamed of
anything; I guess God meant it all
like
locks on
doors.

4.6.07 Day after taxes. quitting

4.5.07 Taxes.

4.4.07 The other celetus: draculo celetus:

4.3.07 Robert Dunbar's book: Robert Dunbar

4.2.07 Change.

more Bad Dream

4.1.07 Bad Dream is good.

Bad Dream

Bad Dream

Bad Dream by celetus/Annmarie