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JUL
27
Split Personalities
Posted July 27th, 2009 @ 12:51 pm EST

Do you ever feel like you were hit by lightning, split down the middle on everything you want? Believe you need? I leave my country bumpkin life for the big city in a few weeks. New York seems to be hub of the universe, at least my universe. I've come to...   »


JUL
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A Rained Out Fair
Posted July 19th, 2009 @ 1:09 pm EST

This fair rolls onto the school lawn in Norwich every July, and then packs up and rolls out two days later. It's what you would imagine with fried dough and tickets and swings. I didn't make it because of the downpouring rain and torrential winds, but whe...   »


JUL
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/SED-un-tair-ee/
Posted July 18th, 2009 @ 10:44 pm EST

Even the word is heavy. It's going to be one of those days. Why has there been so much rain this summer? It's killed my wages. I'm as pale as the word January....   »


JUL
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Barefoot Haircuts
Posted July 16th, 2009 @ 1:37 am EST

This afternoon I set up shop in a friend's backyard with an aluminum chair, extension cord, and a pair of blunt scissors. Barefoot and under the sun, I sheared boy-hair like the salad days of university. They say that petting dogs reduces blood pressure....   »


JUL
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Obsessed: Blue Glass
Posted July 15th, 2009 @ 4:47 pm EST

Not much to say here. I keep buying these arguable ugly objects. In assuming the role of "picker" (or garage sale scavenger) weekend after weekend, I'll bee-line across a lawn for a blue vase and then stare at it through the sun, feeling like an autistic...   »


JUL
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Open Your Fist, says Dispatch
Posted July 13th, 2009 @ 2:50 pm EST

About a month ago, I was in the balcony for Disbatch's benefit concert at the Kennedy Center. Following a pretty strong set of the old-school stuff that I grew up on, Brad(igan) asked the crowd to open its fist. "There are two ways you can go through lif...   »


JUL
07
Rant: Apartment Hunting
Posted July 7th, 2009 @ 4:33 pm EST

So the month-long hiatus on my new-and-improved if not narcissistic-and-neurotic diurnal blogging posts can be attributed to apartment hunting in Gotham City (and a waitressing job that I loathe and fear might be a lifelong vocation should the writing/MFA...   »


 
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