Typewriter PrintPosted: May 14th, 2012 | Author: Hannah Ross| No Comments »
TYPEWRITER. [GMT-4 WASH DC]
TYPEWRITER. [GMT-4 WASH DC]
TWO. [GMT-4 WASH DC]
1. Smoking is bad for you
2. Smoking is bad for you, at a gas station.
NUMERAL FRUSTRATION. [GMT-4 WASH DC]
$388.85 for a gallon of milk.
GOSSIP. [GMT-4 WASH DC]
SOCKET. [GMT-4 WASH DC]
ARROGANCE. [GMT-4 WASH DC]
EARNED LEADERSHIP. [GMT-4 WASH DC]
Note the dots of sriracha.
EVENING. [GMT-4 WASH DC]
1. The Dancing Crab: 2 for 1 domestic beers; 4:30 – 7:30 PM
2. Meeting Place: Buy 1 get 1 free drinks; 4:00PM – 7:00PM
4. Black’s Bar & Kitchen: Buy 1 get 1 free oysters, $2.75 Miller Lite; 4:00PM – 7:00PM
[MANUFACTURER. GMT-4 WASH DC]
Original Le Corbusier LC-2 chair by Pierre Jeanneret & Charlotte Perriand. Retail: $4,160.
Knock Off Baxton Studios Chair by Target. $509.99
I went to a bar in Los Angeles for a party held in honor of a friend who quit his job and required celebration. Essentially an unemployment party. Despite having no replacement job lined up, we all were aligned on the simple concept supporting the pure unadulterated American freedom of unbarring one’s soul from the putrid shackles of rolling calls and re-stocking copiers. Needless to say, drinks were not on him.
A former colleague of his approaches and proceeds with the following bar-game: What 10 countries only have 4 letters? I sort out seven, missing Mali, Oman, and Togo. In all fairness, Mali and Togo are Republics and Oman is a Sultanate state. Plus, I forgot about them.
Next question. What are the 5 oceans? Easy. Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Arctic… Arctic… Mediterranean is a sea. Great lakes are well, lakes. Southern Ocean? What? Whatever the Indian Ocean should be a sea anyway. No I’m not discouraged. It’s just an antarctic convergence zone for Christ sake.
If you drop a penny from the top of the empire state building:
You can kill a man.
If you spit off the top of the empire state building:
You can kiss a man, with your mouth rain.
UNCOMFORTABLE TRAVEL, MADE LEISURELY:
1. Flying economy, for an 11 hour flight.Washington DC to Moscow. 2010.
2. Un-airconditioned taxi bus, that needs new brakes.Jamaica. 2012.
3. Taking the metro during rush hour.Paris. 2008.
4. A six hour train ride.Scandinavia. 2006.
5. Getting around unpaved country roads.Southern Virginia. 2010.
In Luray Caverns, Virginia – they have an organ rigged as a player piano. The notes are cued up to ping on certain stalactites to create a song.
Here’s a short video of one of the songs:
You are what you eat?
I’ll say it once
I’ll say it again
I’ll say it a few times
I’ll say it several more times
Have you gotten it yet?
Now you think of it in the shower
You think of it on your way to work
While in the grocery store
What was that again?
Why did you have to tell me
How could you forget.
Let me remind you
Or taking public transport
Or watching your stories
Or listening to other songs
You hate that you know it
As it should be.
Thank goodness it’s gone now.
Events that I’ve won– that bring more shame than fame:
1. Best In Show, dog costume, dachshund on Radio-Flyer© (modified to hotdog bun). 1995.
2. Most Shots (without shaking), of espresso. 2002.
3. Least Eaten, turkey leg, Disneyworld Orlando. 2003.
4. Fastest Group, hog wrangled in mud, Wyoming. 2005.
5. Most items amended to animal-style, In-And-Out Burger. 2008.
Warhol meets Gursky.