Sometimes I wake up before the day and find myself quietly thinking. For the past few years I have not been much of a morning person. But for many years prior to that I used to frequently be up before dawn. I had forgotten what it was like to be while most of the world still remains asleep. It is so quiet. The city has
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sinni:
beautiful!

She arrived earlier this week. Arrived from Ohio. She is now settling in comfortably to my collection. So far she is the most money I have spent on a painting. An original Leo Jansen. She looks even better in person. But, now I have no more room on my walls. I actually had to take something else down to put her up.

I always seem
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Now that I have more free time, I have been putting in some work on the old site: www.FoxtrotTWhiskey.com

Also, maybe now I'll actually get this thing off and running too:

Who knows...a lot could derail me. But it's good to be creating again.

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I was inspired to paint this after my trip to New Orleans where I got blacked out drunk and wandered around lost in French Quarter wearing my tux. Amazingly I found my way...

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There is something about the springtime that is just good. It has a way of cheering people up. A way of motivating people to do something, anything.

So, what have I done today? Woke up, cooked food, purchased a crock-pot (because I hear they are awesome), planted some seeds, got some beer. Now I'm writing words here and listening to Claypool.
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If there is one thing I am consistently bad at being consistent at is consistently writing stuff in any one of my places of online presence. Good news is, there really is plenty of room for improvement in this area. So, maybe I'll start writing things...
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I like leather...



...take that as you will...
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I am at constant conflict with the world. As time goes on the more I find myself of the opinion that things just ain't right. I live in philadelphia, an urban land of corruption, it is difficult to find a simple existence in this city, but fuck it I'm going to live my life as Thomas Jefferson would have liked...and so I...
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