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My new movement: Unionize the unemployed.


It's basically an organized way to rob from the rich and give to the poor. I figure we've had thirty years at least of the other way around.
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avenall:
thanks so much smile
paprika:
blushblushblushkiss
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Update and roundup: The Exhibitionist, the iPhone app I've launched with much help/timely advice from SG friends, is up and gaining users/visibility/subscribers--although it is not yet, in biz speak, cash-flow positive (hah!). We need to fix that in the next few months, or I will be joining the Ranch Hands group here. Also Divorced. Also Homeless (must have pictures, current journal...
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sweetbutch:


no but i will read pelacanos, cuz i like the wire and easy rawlins series by mosley



sweetbutch:


and cuz you recommend him

cuz

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Last summer, in The Proceedings of the Royal Society, a journal devoted to the biological sciences, a combine of researchers from Liverpool and Prague presented the results of a study in which they showed side-by-side photographs of women (their faces, in this study) in and out of ovulation. The results of this investigation suggested that the women in the pictures were more attractive to both...
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rizzo:
hey-oh!
lemonkid:
No problem.
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Sorry. Quoting from section 5.8 of the SG FAQ:

You cannot delete a blog entry.


Even when you should. This policy discriminates against both writers and people who can't figure out how to upload an Indian pole dancing video with hairy men in dhotis doing amazing part-yoga part body-slam moves I have never seen in a strip club. I belong to both categories.


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nukee:
My nose and tits zig the same way? Lol.
stiles:
It is, and it will be interesting to see what effect it has on India's society. Bets against humanity's desire for a better life are seldom won, and India's overloaded, inadequate automobile infrastructure can't handle the likely influx of hundreds of thousands of these cars displacing mopeds.
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Friends, readers of blogs, technorati, fond and eloquent and naked alike, I have an invitation: my app, the GPS-based smart phone app for the NYC art world, is off to Apple. Some of you are far too computer literate for your own good and might like to test it, in its beta form, before the bright lights of the big launch day. If you would...
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stiles:
My first android phone (now there's a childrens' book title) should be here by Saturday.
idgas:
I sent you a pm, I am willing to be a test subject. If I grow a third arm I am not going to be happy.
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Moved the development process on The Exhibitionist to NYC. Doh. Twice the price, five times the speed, beta in a week or so, to Apple in Aug, on track for September launch. That's calendrical shorthand for recent and upcoming headaches.

Not getting the chance to comment much--though I check in. Sometime recently I noticed that I'm at least as likely to check friends...
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idgas:
no I don't I was hoping that someone could give me the answer
sweetbutch:

hey cat

i always experience great gratitude when i read that testy moany you left on my page

thanks again

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I spend half my work on VOIP with a development team in India: unfailingly polite my virtual co-workers, slow to anger, just plain slow.

Since I am paying them, this is a test to serenity.

Robert Reich, ex of Goldman, ex Sec of Treasury, has suggested that "entrepreneur" is the new "unemployed."



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rizzo:
Thanks for the testimonial!
dwam:
Thanks for your lovely comment on my set kiss It's adorable.
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Okay, I read this and thought of my naked friends here. And I don't know if it does or does not apply. Discuss.

From Tina Fey's interview in this month's Esquire:
I gave a commencement speech at a girls' high school once, and I said, "If you find yourself two years from now at spring break, don't lift your shirt up...
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sweetbutch:


good looking girls are the mistakes that we miss

at this age



we with a fine whine

praesepe:
hahaha your comment. elvis smile yes.

i actually joked about that vein. called it a "penis vein" i believe. don't know why it was so prominent......guess it was for you to notice !
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Ridiculous. I should be working.
And I really should be working because I'm about to be my own bossy boss.

Had to wait till I was down to the felt before I got inspired. But yeah finally.

Real life: I'm launching a smart-phone app, wooing subscribers, having meetings I jerry rigged my entire existence up to now to avoid.

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indiebuddhist:
Thanks a lot.
It is a big stone Buddha statue.
paprika:
Thanks for the kind words smile

kiss
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To combat a creeping loss of brilliance (hah!) as a result of lifelong alcohol consumption, I have begun (well, starting now) memorizing shit. Here's the first poem. I'll let you know if I keep this up.
(Great thing about blogs, really, nobody checks in on your grandiose promises, so you can lie to yourself! Like living without a conscience!)

As Planned

After the...
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sweetbutch:


they is puttin the cunt back in country


if i was going to be handsome, i'd like to be handsome like kristopherson no doubt

dwam:
thanks ! smile
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Brief story of the decline of man: About five years after Deer Hunter came out I grew a beard and would occasionally get not entirely incredible DeNiro comparisons. In the mideighties, when I had Talking Heads on the walkman, my students in the poetry in the schools programs would yell Moonlighting when I walked into class. My hair loss has since kept pace with Bruce...
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turbulence:
manhood and hair, some strange cultural connections there.

however this society is over that smile

makes me wonder how I look bald! bald.
jena:
Thank you so much and I appreciate the introspective feedback...what a comparison. It does feel like that but I have to move on. It's not that it's painful but I need to have more respect for myself.

Lili Taylor, huh? Never got that one before. Interesting!
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This just in: Canadians appear to have successfully spliced and implanted the funny gene on a massive scale.

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turbulence:
thanks!

i've seen this cover i guess... but never listened to the record.

oh god there is so much to miss in this world ... frown
idgas:
Great observation about my rant. Those who know me well would agree with you. I have been known to be a bit angry, hostile, and vocal when made unhappy.

So where have you been and what have you been up to?