Tuesday May 20, 2008

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mneylu:

GASP!

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thank you for the love on my latest set! biggrin

Wednesday May 14, 2008

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It's been a rollercoaster of a few weeks ... some bad thrown in there but overall I'd label it 85% fan-freakin-tastic.

.... that's all I got ...

... yeah .... yeah .....

Friday May 02, 2008

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t-minus 5 hours & I will be in the air on the way to CO for the next week (ish).

I leave you with the following to amuse yourself in my absense:









Ciao.

Saturday Apr 19, 2008

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This song for the past year has been a reminder of a lot of pain and heartbreak .... yet everytime it came up on my iPod, I've only turned the volume up louder each time. Now, I finally feel that pain has been buried in the past and a new horizon has fallen.

It only seems fitting to start my new found happiness with an...
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smashedpumpkin:

Ha, upon further reading down (previous blog) you are indeed visiting! Do you like mojitos?

kindle:

So far, so good. It's a major, major step in the right direction!

Sunday Apr 06, 2008

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I'm heading back to Colorado for a week in May. There was a SW deal that I couldn't say no to so I booked the flight a couple of days ago. Plan on spending May 2nd - 4th in Denver, then heading up to Fort Collins the 5th - 6th. Flying back to Seattle on the 7th. biggrin Can't wait!

Just finished watching "The New...
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jena:

South Park makes sense, considering their setting. God Mr Murray attended school there!? Very delicions. I worship him.

kindle:

Thanks! I can't even express my excitement adequately!

Tuesday Apr 01, 2008

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I never knew I needed an iPod till I had one. Now I'm not sure how I lived without one.

What I'm listening to now:

Big Machine - Goo Goo Dolls
That Much Further West - Lucero
Mekong - The Refreshments
Einstein on the Beach - Counting Crows
Lost Again - Matthew Moon
Body - Bush
The Everlasting Gaze - Smashing Pumpkins
Fishbowl - Strawhorse
Suffer - Sevendust
Endlessly - Muse

A few...
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jena:

I was aloof to whatever his decline might've been b/c I remember seeing him along the Figure 8 tour and he played so beautifully (the set I saw is actually mentioned in his book) and he was smiling...all seemed blissful. I have no idea. You know even in his book, they don't confirm any particular "horrible" drug use...smoking heroin & crack is mentioned once; I figured it would've mentioned that he was a junkie but it does confirm that he was singing puns on drugs without ever doing them. He was just a writer.

Well that was long winded. But like I wrote...seeing the last set was like watching a total future burnout death experience within minutes. It was very heavy and sad.

I'm intrigued that you describe The Tenenbaums scene as "beautiful"-I found it horrific. What was beautiful?

Finally I have questions. Where is where you live in relation to say, Seattle or Olympia? What's it like? I'm thinking of planning a vacation in WA and don't know so much aside from rain, death, music obviously and just friends I have there. I always wanted to go there.

Finally x2, speaking of, you really like Pearl Jam? Sorry to sound funny. Eddie Vedder and I used to correspond with each other what seems like a lifetime ago, I keep making jokes about how I'm going to go crazy to get in touch with him again. I know that sounds funny. tongue

jena:

Oh no I totally get you.

SPOILERS! (Click to view)
TRT is actually the Anderson film I've watched the most (and it was showing on TV a lot recently; I watched it every time even after watching my DVD of it a million times before) so maybe I have momentary burnout. When he's preparing himself, and looking into himself, yes, it's striking. It's kind of perplexing though because while I loved his character I couldn't quite grasp the gravity of his falling in love with Margot. I don't care to analyze that, though. But Ritchie was a beautiful character, though, I can relate to what you're relating to about hiding and looking in, even if I don't have a beard. tongue I go through my own hair phases as expressions or hiding places, though.

Are you an Anderson fan?

So it doesn't rain as often as legend? I heard it's dark 80% of the year? Or am I fucking thinking about Sweden (I could be; I'd researched that place, too). I just actually emailed my closest friend in Olympia about a visit. Do you know anything about the place Frances Farmer was institutionalized? I only know it's Puget Sound but can't remember anything else. I want to see that place, I know that sounds hysterical on the surface. So I actually have a lot of fascination with your state...congrats for moving a place you want to be. I am having the wanderlust myself now.

I never saw Pearl Jam either but I was mainly concerned with him and then he became a God and we lost touch, so I never really thought about Pearl Jam. It's strange to have correspondence with someone who suddenly becomes as large as he did. I don't have any idea how we met. We were pen pals and he would call me sometimes. I was 15. It's extremely odd to recall. He called my mother's house to invite me to a show once and she thought he was nuts and hung up on him; so I lost that chance. Anyhow, I HEARD about this recent solo work but I never thought of a tour-do you know if he's coming to NY? Weird thoughts. I could talk about this more but I feel crazy...it feels crazy thinking about him because he became innaccessable to me and obviously, to get back in touch would seem like a wild odyssey.

I'm hella long winded, sorry! :o

Sunday Mar 30, 2008

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As you may or may not imagine, Seattle in the winter is fairly mild - stays in the 30's & 40's with a good bit of rainy days and clouds. What I wasn't expecting was snow in the final week of March eeek Thurs & Fri were just flurries down here at sea level but Sat. night it was a full blown snow storm (OK, not...
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Friday Mar 28, 2008

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Hello? Is this thing on? Suprise, surprise but The Hubb is alive. I'd venture to wonder if anyone remembers little ole me as believe it or not I'm back. It doesn't feel like it's that long but somehow 3 years have managed to pass. eeek Where oh where does the time go?

More info to come as my profile will need a...
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kintoun:

As I said already, no problem at all. BME!

smashedpumpkin:

The A-town does have a slight amount of charm...in part because of the diversity maybe? I'm actually in a finger of Aurora sandwiched by Denver and Greenwood Village, not quite in the nitty-gritty.

How far is Everett from Seattle?

Tuesday May 10, 2005

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"I have climbed highest mountain
I have run through the fields
Only to be with you
Only to be with you

I have run
I have crawled
I have scaled these city walls
These city walls
Only to be with you

But I still haven't found what I'm looking for
But I still haven't found what I'm looking for

I have...
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rokette:

Are you leaving the site? frown

smashedpumpkin:

eeek

so long! thanks for introducing me to bruce campbell... biggrin

Wednesday Mar 09, 2005

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"Simpson, Homer Simpson,
he's the greatest guy in history,
From the town of Springfield,
he's about to hit a chestnut tree.... AAAH!!!" (Homer S)

"No T.V. and no beer make Homer something-something." (Homer S)

"An earring. How rebellious- in a conformist sort of way." (Lisa S)

"I'm down to a B-Cup!" (Homer S)

"That's no gentleman, that's my husband...
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Wednesday Feb 16, 2005

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Well, since my Sevendust Group got canned while I was gone, I must use my journal to pass along the good & bad news announced by 7dust today.

Taken from The Official Morgan Rose of Sevendust Website :

"The founding members of Sevendust: Lajon Witherspoon, John Connolly, Vince Hornsby, & Morgan Rose are proud to announce the addition of Sonny Mayo! The group will unveil the line-up on...
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