Sept. 30 – Belle & Sebastian *Since so many of you have written to find out...– But what if I’m home and scared and drinking a tea with my blankie?
for Pete handing me fries so hot they would melt the styrofoam plate they were served on at The Knotty Pine in Cleveland Heights. I knew I should have eaten lunch.
New Work Motto
thenelsontwins: We can do anything you can afford. …new?
Today the greying of my hair was complimented “it is coming in like a fine wood grain! I like it, it is pretty!” Today I was called “pop-culture Patty” (these people have a low-bar, clearly). So, I guess that cancels out. We’ll leave out the parts where I was told I’ve gone over to the enemy side (I’ve switched from working the tech end of fashion...
I don’t know a lot about Islam and I only know one fellow who is a...– Steve Stone, pastor of Heartsong Church in Cordova, TN on an Islamic Center coming to his neighborhood. Glimmer of hope for us yet?
I Want the World to Stop →
osmium: The new songs and movie on the Belle and Sebastian homepage are awesome. If you’re into that kind of thing.
Look at that
osmium: Clear Science on the radar. Thanks Tumblr staff (topherchris I think)! Now I wish I had made that one more prettier. When I’m not posting Youtubes, complaining about my cold office, and throwing Tecates on 6h057, I write a science education tumblr called Clear Science. Check it out if you’re into that kind of thing. !!
Welcome me to the 21st Century
It just occurred to me I could look up my PA for the show I start tomorrow. I need a drink, I think he wears Ed Hardy.
okay, you guys...
Did you know that there is a whole group of people role-play blogging on tumblr as characters from harry potter? Really, you should look it up, it is crazy. They’re like all full of drama and havin affairs and whoa. weird.
I could use some ice cream RIGHT NOW PLEASE. (Go to Portland and see my friend Amanda, she’s awesome.)
One final paragraph of advice: do not burn yourselves out. Be as I am — a...– From a speech to environmentalists in Missoula, Montana in 1978 and in Colorado, which was published in High Country News in the 1970s or early 1980s under the title “Joy, Shipmates, Joy.”, as quoted in Saving Nature’s Legacy : Protecting and Restoring Biodiversity (1994) by Reed F. Noss, Allen...