Friday, December 31, 2010

live from underneath 23rd street

woooooot the goshdurn train is

woooooot the goshdurn train is moving again! victory for the little people

im on the damn five train and its stuck. the man says the breaks were acting weird... comforting.

i was

i was
2010/12/30 21:27 walking home from a shop and reading a book by the light of the neighboring building's christmas decorations when i heard a man running up behind me, either a man or a woman in heavy boots by the sound and without losing my place on the page or looking back i stepped to the right so they could pass on my left and then i heard WHAT-LY or Whitey... or something between those two names and it was ayoung man with long hair and nice clothes, nice leather boots and he said what's up wattly aren't you wattly? someone told me you were called whatly and i stared at him blanky and then said no and he said hasn't anyone ever called you that before and i said no and he said he was sorry and didn't i know the moore family and i said i was sorry, no, i didn't know them and i said well have a nice evening and i shook his hand and then a van in the express lane of the parkway pulled over, across the service road from us and the barrier and some young men stuck there heads out the window and called henry come on henry come along and the man went away to them and i went home.

Saturday, December 25, 2010

doctor annika loves her work

doctor annika got her own

doctor annika got her own white coat, working kid size stethoscope and medical bag.  having an uncle in med school and a grandma who's a pediatrician... what do you expect for christmas.  her mother is in school for physical therapy and she is currently sitting on the floor testing the reflexes on the dog.  teehee

life is good! happy holiday

life is good! happy holidays readers and readettes.  merry christmas :)

cutest kid ever

i bought STEWARTS beer. isn't that ridiculous?!

gorgeous times

Monday, December 20, 2010

had to take a cab because i was running late now im early and out 20 bucks. stupid cross bronx commute. oh and i have to wear glasses b.c. my eye has a stupid stye. :-P :-/ that about sums it up. hi from the library! listening to Iron + Wine and reading a book called The Queue. the whole thing takes place in a line and no one is sure what they are waiting in line for. and it is al dialogue without any attribution. very interesting, these weird eastern european authors. wel i feel my morning coffee calling to my digestive system so i guess i better heed the call. later

Saturday, December 18, 2010

blue belle done did it again! today was a good dqy. slowly getting my health back, and with it my will to write. figured out where THE HOUSE THAT HUNGER BUILT is gonna be set and put in details pertaining to that. waiting ona five train now @ east 180th st station heading to queens eventually. gonna check out THE SORTA SECRET UNDERGROUND COMEDY SHOW_ ill let yall know how that goes. im late as heck but when aren't i? hope yall are have a good night and dont do nothing i wouldnt :-* peace -oni

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

max gee looking surprized

brian decker likes bread

alicia lacavans birthday was yesterday and we all went to alovely restaurant in little italy. i had never been there before, but i have been to arthut avenuens little italy in the bronx. i ate good food and had a great evening. happy birthday to alicia!

Friday, December 10, 2010

pop

water balloon popping at 1/40,000ths of a second, photographed by Edward Horsford.

i'm real sick.  on hiatus from life, writing, work, everything, until i can overcome this miserable bronchitis.  well not exactly everything i have been consuming both food and media.  last few days highlights have been Bureks from the bakery across the street, reading passing by nella larsen (fascinating late 1920's novel on the phenomenon of light-skinned american blacks "passing for white,) and watching a movie called Rabbit Proof FenceRabbit-Proof Fence which is about  three mixedAboriginal/Causasian girls who are seprated from their mothers by a governmental body headed by one man which held complete control over almost all aspects of life for Aborigines and their offspring.  This man tried to breed the aborgine bloodlines out by assigning "half-caste" girls to be wed to lighter partners.  It was extremely moving and set me on a fascinating "wiki-clicki-journey" (wherein i got lost in wikipedia entries for a few hours... a wonderful way to pass the cold-medicine addled time).

my favorite bit of history from Ancient Australia pertains to extinct megafauna ( the megafauna  are defined as species with body mass estimates of greater than 30 kilograms, or equal to or greater than 30% greater body mass than their closest living relatives) and particularly to this guy:
 (Thylacoleo carnifex, the "murderous (or 'meat-cutting') marsupial lion"
  • was the size of a leopard, and had a cat-like skull with large slicing pre-molars. It had a retractable thumb-claw and massive forelimbs. It was almost certainly carnivorous and a tree-dweller.

There were also giant wombat-ty things and uber-kangaroos,  jumbo Tasmanian devils, and hosts of other weird and wonderful creatures that lived during the Miocene and Pliocene epochs and are thought to have been made extinct through interaction with humans.  pretty freaking cool.  myabe i could write a story  or something with time travelers in prehistoric Australia.  reminded me of the television program THE MAXX.  alright loves i'm very sleepy and the meds and making me feel a bit squicky.  hope this post is comprehensible and at least mildly  interesting.  i'll ttyl.

love,




oni

Creepy crawlies: Amazing Scanning Electron Microscope pictures of insects and spiders - Telegraph

Creepy crawlies: Amazing Scanning Electron Microscope pictures of insects and spiders - Telegraph

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