Monthly Archives: July 2013

Shaved her legs and then.. 23rd July

Since a disposable razor is obviously the kind of thing you can hold up a plane with, and I only came here with hand luggage, for the last week shaving hasn’t really been a thing. I could have bought a … Continue reading

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Wild Women Don’t Have the Blues, Part Two: 22nd July

The song for today: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsjFi4KkOZc Man, I’m telling you there is nothing scarier than a woman with a car. That’s why the Beach Boys dedicated a whole song to the joys of watching a woman get her wings clipped. This song is … Continue reading

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Appendix

“The Revolutionary Hill Estates had not been designed to accommodate a tragedy. Even at night, as if on purpose, the development held no looming shadows and no gaunt silhouettes. It was invincibly cheerful, a toyland of white and pastel houses … Continue reading

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Wild Women Don’t Have the Blues, Part One: 21st July

This of course: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vVjpoKEwjU Actually I wanted the Bessie Smith version because she’s a famous gay american (communist, one of us, one of us!*) but couldn’t find it on youtube. All the lyrics are worth making good note of, its such a … Continue reading

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New York City is Decadent and Depraved 20th July

I think I’ve discovered a possibly fatal flaw in my project; it requires me to talk to people. In fact that might also be a defect of pathfinders as well as a whole, but not to the same extent. I … Continue reading

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Put me on a plane..

From here on in its going to be only American music, but I’m just about to get the bus to the airport and can’t get this song out of my head http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mehrjwB-hVE

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Intro/The Project

For the first ten years  or so of my life pride of place in our upstairs bathroom was taken by a framed plastic bag.  The bag was from the Armchair Sailor Bookstore in Newport, Rhode Island and had been acquired … Continue reading

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