i dreamt i got LH and CE pregnant a few weeks apart from each other… CE’s name was “cheryl” tho… and she looked like meg ryan sometimes…

i found this out at some candle-lit event… like… a cocktail hour with a power outage… everyone was standing.. idle… social.. familiar.. LH wore glasses.. everyone was so professional… she told me she couldn’t “do anything” until we did… meaning somehow that my child with CH would effect her planning her child… I didn’t understand… then CE explained to me that she was pregnant too…
(asynchronous) i had to get my car from the junk yard in the woods… there was an anchor woman there.. she was aging… she needed a ride… the black yard attendant was leisurely arguing with her and told me not to help her.. she had to learn a lesson… i made like i was going to give her a ride… i wasnt certain i wouldnt yet… and said i wasnt even sure if my car would start after so long… i got in.. and locked it up.. she tried to get in.. it was already running.. i took off… i felt like i had done the right thing because she was his woman/his to deal with/his customer… and he knew what he was doing… altho i felt a little guilty…. but i didnt kno either of them and thought it best not to involve myself.. maybe she WAS trying to scam someone… any judgement wasn’t my call to make..

at home i was back in time… i had the opportunity to not get “cheryl” pregnant… we were newly weds of some sort… our home was fairly grand (spacious.. nice molding.. metropolitan.. historic) and barren… i was an inventor or something.. .i knew that i had a short amount of time to bring my inventions to fruition before the ladies would have my babies… “9 months” i thought…. “no… 6… no… 3 months… I have 3 months to establish myself and get to the point of living my dream career as an inventor and being able to afford all these kids” i took xmas lights out of a box and they were connected to/in a network.. and i strung them around the room… partially on the tree… and mostly on the computer… the display wasn’t a display… it was part of my creation.. but as a display it looked like weakness… there was no symmetry… everything was slight and saggy… it looked careless and ignorant..

she criticized me for putting up xmas lights in september… i told her… xmas IS coming…. trying to hide the absurdity.. knowing she wouldn’t understand the invention.. and knowing that i would never bring it to fruition in time to afford all my kids… she wasn’t pregnant yet… this was back in time.. this was to be my redemption… everything was beige… this was my chance not have another kid… we began to fuck on some boxes… i HAD TO repeat the drama… and set the failure.. because caution would be an admission that i didnt believe in my inventions… i had to go “all in”… this WAS my redemption.. the living room had a window in it to a control room like a studio of some sort… the studio was occupied but the people weren’t people… they weren’t present… “cheryl” was some sort of professional woman.. in a business skirt… which i lifted… penetration felt so good I woke up


Good Manners: World of Courtesy: Ranking of 35 Cities

I <3 NY 

[14062006 02:57:45] Tarsorrhaphix: you know why YOU listened to electroclash [14062006 02:57:54] Tarsorrhaphix: because you ARE electroclash
[14062006 02:58:22] Tarsorrhaphix: an elusive genre thats not a genre that has upsurges every couple of years and may be commercial and shallow or may be the greatest thing ever to happen to dance music
[14062006 02:58:39] Tarsorrhaphix: fought over by gays and straights, everyone wants to claim you but you resist all definition

TechCrunch » Blog Archive » MySpace, The 27.4 Billion Pound Gorilla
myspace gets about "10,593 page views per second"

check my other posts for the google trends comparison of myspace vs sex and war…  

We still wanna know how to do things though… "how to" is more popular than sex… but myspace is still climbing…


world-wide: sex trumps… "how to" ranks high… and myspace is climbing


(ripped from an email from fred nagel) 

"Who cares if Iraq is a mess? The oil companies and defense
contractors certainly don't. Although Iraq has a been a nightmare for
those serving in the army of occupation, oil and defense company
profits are through the roof.

Oil was at $18 a barrel when Bush took office. It is now close to
$70. Exxon Mobil, the biggest lifetime donor to the Bush campaigns,
has seen its oil reserve values go up by $1 trillion. Defense
contractors like Halliburton, the Vice President's company, have
raked in similar windfalls.

Win or lose, war is good. So good, in fact, that the only thing that
could stop the billions in profits is to have the war end. Luckily
for these giant corporations, the middle class is so apathetic about
the killing in Iraq (poor people's kids after all), that they haven't
really put up much of a fuss. Here in Rhinebeck, the citizens got
outraged last year, but that was against a dog leash law proposed for
public spaces.

Middle class Americans may eventually get worked up about gas prices
or the fact that their kids can't afford college or health care.
Maybe they will travel outside the US one day and realize how their
country is despised. But until that happens, let the good times roll.

And the leash law? In a tumultuous town board meeting attended by
over 100 people, the leash law was overturned. Perhaps a doggie draft
could end the war.


The complete Progressive Calendar for Dutchess County can be found at:

http://www.DutchessGreens.org or


Of special interest this coming month:

                      ———-Media Alert for June 30———-

"Sounding the Alarm for Freedom: Media Responsibility in Time of War"

Panel Discussion featuring:

Congressman Maurice Hinchey: leader in media reform legislation
Amy Goodman: award winning investigative journalist for "Democracy Now"
Jeff Cohen: founder of FAIR, panelist on "News Watch" (Fox) and
"Crossfire" (CNN)
Danny Schechter: media critic and filmmaker ("Weapons of Mass Deception")

Panel will be hosted by Dr. Alan Chartock, President and CEO of WAMC.
The Program will be broadcast by member stations of WAMC/NPR.

The Panel will be held on Friday, June 30 at SUNY Ulster in
Stoneridge, starting at 7:30 pm. Cost is $5.00 per person (students

What could be more fitting than Independence Day weekend to discuss
the role of the media in keeping us free? Hear what leading media
critics have to say about reforming the process of collecting and
disseminating news in time of war.

In describing the British empire, Rudyard Kipling wrote, "The first
victim of war is truth." Is our great nation destined to sacrifice
truth in the same way? And without truth in our media, can our nation
remain truly free"?

Time to show a little patriotism on Independence Day Weekend by
coming to this important panel hosted by Northeast Citizens for
Responsible Media.

Following Friday's panel, there will be a sneak preview screening of
Danny Schechter's newest film: "In Debt We Trust." The film will be
shown on Sunday, July 2 at the Rosendale Theatre starting at 5:00 pm.

(845) 876 7535

                      ———-Media Alert for July 2———-

"In Debt We Trust"

Preview showing of new film with a special appearance by the
filmmaker himself, Danny Schechter

Danny Schechter has directed numerous other important and critically
acclaimed films on the American political system including "Weapons
of Mass Deception" and "When Media Lies." Not afraid of controversial
subjects, Schechter has made a career out of exposing the
misrepresentations and outright lies that are the invariably results
of a highly consolidated, corporate controlled media. In addition, he
is the executive editor of the MediaChannel.org, the largest online
media issues network.

The Film will be shown on Sunday, July 2 at the Rosendale Theater in
Rosendale staring at 5:00 pm. Danny Schechter will be available after
the film showing to discuss his media projects and to answer

What could be more fitting than Independence Day weekend to discuss
the role of the media in keeping us free? Time to show a little
patriotism by coming to this important movie hosted by Northeast
Citizens for Responsible Media.

The movie will be part of an important Independence Day weekend
devoted to the media in time of war. Friday's panel (June 30) at SUNY
Ulster will feature Congressman Maurice Hinchey, Amy Goodman, Jeff
Cohen, and Danny Schechter. The panel entitled "Sounding the Alarm
for Freedom: Media Responsibility in Time of War," will be moderated
by Dr. Alan Charock and broadcast on WAMC.

(845) 876 7535


Fred Nagel

Dutchess Greens

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"The arc of history is long, but it bends toward justice."   MLK


detergent fiasco – a photoset on Flickr
this is why not to place big bottles of detergent at the edge of a giant shaking machine… i dunno about this spout style jugg… i just don't kno

its under the machine… wall to wall behind it…


so not cool