Archive for May, 2005

Don’t stop believin’

Published on 31 May 2005

Good god, I love Craftster:

I win!

Published on 27 May 2005

If the contest is world’s biggest spaz, that is. See, I:

Left my wallet on the dining room table this morning, which I didn’t realize until I was in line to buy a bagel for breakfast.
Rummaged through my desk drawer and found a dessicated miso-tofu soup cup of indeterminate age. Decided to have that for lunch, […]

Damn it feels good to be a Teamster

Published on 26 May 2005

OK, they aren’t Teamsters; they’re pipefitters. I just wanted to use that line. I don’t know how their protest against MASCO is faring, but I admire their persistence through this past week of Nor’Easters. That rat may want to put some cortisone on its belly, though.


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Has anyone heard the new Headphones record? I listened to “Pink and Brown“, the song available for download, and as much as I loooooave Pedro the Lion, I’m not quite sure about making the purchase. What do the Tastemakers think?

Should we talk about the weather?

Published on 25 May 2005

Probably not, but I’ll wager that Boston’s is shittier than yours right now. Which, in all honesty, doesn’t bother me unless I have to be out when the wind’s at its worst. In my 10 years living here, I don’t recall ever having wanted to turn the heat as Memorial Day approached.
But I’m out of […]