Often wonder if anyone pays attention to the tweets I frequently forget also show up on my blog here. Oh, well. Our mind is our mind, and I’ll never apologize for any of the rather bizarre 140 space word creations that emerge from it…
Why don’t you use my place? I mean, no one ever comes by or calls. Really, it’s perfect!
Julie Kavner as Brenda Morgenstern on RHODA. She’s sooooooo cute!
Shadows of your heart
Following sweet illusions
(Fuck you, I’m actually in a haikuish kind of mood right now! And not presently in love either… ;-)
The Doors went in the studio for their debut album in late 1966. It’s been said there were only two takes of The End. And Jim Morrison shouted, “DOES ANYBODY UNDERSTAND ME?” during a particularly emotional point during the sessions. I often think we all feel like that at some point of each day of our lives. Wanting an answer that’s not really possible for a question that’s almost unanswerable in its essence…
Since joining the online world (after many years of avoiding it), I’ve become acutely aware of so many things I was missing in today’s world. The spectre of the commenter is one which has both amused and horrified me. We can assume a great number of those with internet access are, well, stupid…
When you commute at the same basic time most days, you’ll often see many of the same people. Some are those you’ve spoken with, maybe even like personally. Then there are others with whom a word has never been exchanged. One in particular sticks out in my mind. A young lady with long dark hair,…
If there’s a *LIVE THE LAST THREE AND A HALF YEARS OF YOUR LIFE OVER AGAIN* button anywhere, let me know…
Jake Van Dorn (George C. Scott) meets a private detective at an adult film theater in Hardcore (1978).
‘I’m Alive/The Mirror’ by Spooky Tooth is my new jam.
You can only love them
Exactly what I’ve been feeling. Says it all.
‘Sesame Street: Me Lost Me Cookie at the Disco’ by The Studio Sound Ensemble
Now, WHO could resist this? (From 1979, ‘Me Lost Me Cookie At the Disco’! :)
A Jane Russell publicity portrait by Robert Coburn for HOT BLOOD (1956)