Monthly Archives: June 2009
“How we are almost nothing. We think, in our youth, we are the centre of the universe, but we simply respond, go this way or that by accident, survive or improve by the luck of the draw, with little choice … Continue reading
Chris Garneau – “The Leaving Song” (mp3) Damn, Garneau. Here I was enjoying some peaches and a good book (Divisadero by Michael Ondaatje) and your ridiculously sad song shuffled on. Quit with the sniffle-inducing violins and warbly voice already, gawd.
He seems happily surprised, no?
1. Put the bean and cheese burrito down. 2. Wash your hands. 3. This.
My iPod had the decency to poop out on me after I somehow made a wise decision in creating an updated backup and also just a week before my warranty expired. The free iPod replacement prompted this girl do a … Continue reading
These people are in their 20s. I need to re-evaluate who I’m friends with on that site. And not read/comment on dumb updates at 2AM.