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Trying to get naked

July 7, 2010

Last week, I had an entire day at home to myself. No pressing school work, my various compositional projects are all waiting for someone else to provide me with various things before I can move forward: a perfect day to do NOTHING–maybe watch some movies, and kick around the house. It turned out to be […]

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Gin

December 26, 2006

As a gin enthusiast, I was happy to receive a book from Larry Moore: Patrick Dillon’s 2004 publication called “Gin,” about gin in the 18th century, and especially in England. By the end of the 17th century, taxes on ale had become so high, that people were having to reluctantly abandon their drink of choice. […]

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On Saturday, Daniel, Mark Carlson and I all decided to go to Kara’s Nail Bar on Melrose and have a mani/pedi. Mark and I were virgins. The Vietnamese foot and hand manipulators (or whatever the hell they are called) giggled. There we were, the three of us GUYS sitting in these black vibrating chairs with […]

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My father, ready to buy a stationary bicycle, wrote me to ask Teresina’s advice on what kind of bicycle to buy. Here is her response (I’ve kept her e e cummings punctuation and poetic lineation). Dear Roger’s Dad, I prefer a good sturdy upright bike. however, you have to work harder to support the upper […]

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Blooks

March 10, 2006

This just in from Daniel Shiplacoff. Omigod. Blooks. A book serialized on a blog. Well, I seem to be doing that with my Rufus book already. And Teresina’s book on health is a regular. And curiouser and curiouser. And…. The History of Blooks by Tony Pierce

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