Monthly Archives: February 2005

28 Days Later

Have I mentioned that February is not my favorite month? Continue reading

Posted in General Musings |

Porn Star Names are for Screwing

It’s the name of your first pet, plus your mother’s maiden name, plus the routing code for your bank account and the PIN for your ATM card. Continue reading

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T Very Mobile (or: I Love the Smell of Paris in the Morning)

What’s wrong with you? I’ve been talking to you for like 10 seconds and we haven’t had sex yet. Here, hold this camcorder. Continue reading

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The Ratonettes are (is?) a hoot

The Ratonettes are a 4-piece band, with one lone human on vocals, bass and harmonica (that’s Doby Daenger, she of the classic punk band The Anti-Elvis Club), two large, inflatable rats on air-guitar and air-drums, and a portable CD player … Continue reading

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Science Fiction Double Feature

Up in Boston there are movies. And movies. And movies. And movies. And I’m going to watch all of them. Except the sleepy ones. Continue reading

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Gated Community

The sky is blue, the clouds are white, the city is grey, and the Park is orange. If you don’t see these colors, the trouble may be in your mindset. Continue reading

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Waiting for the End of the World

Seeing the bare walls and empty floor kick-started the healing kind of grief. We were all bewildered together, which felt right. Continue reading

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A Hula Hula Burnin’ Love

Valentine’s Day: a parade of witty deprecations and witty depredations and, sometimes, witty imprecations, all in the service of a sort of gung-ho been-there-done-that public hue of world-weary jade. Continue reading

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Mike Wolf: We Knew You. Godspeed, and Goodbye.

In the sweet memory of Mike Wolf, friend and blogger. Continue reading

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Job Security

On Court Street this morning, a homeless guy sits outside a store talking into a large paper cup as if it were a telephone. Continue reading

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