robotgunfighter: Theme from Dallas, composed by...
My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2009-8-30) →
Jens Lekman (17) Spoon (14) Arcade Fire (11) The White Stripes (10) Air (10) Imported from Last.fm Tumblr by JoeLaz
My Twitter Digest: 2009-8-30 →
e_dythe: @Joffi but in a really good way. :) See all updates for e_dythe »
My Twitter Digest: 2009-8-28 →
e_dythe: RT @gingerm: At the inspiration of edythe, we’re mixing up Kir Royales tonight:… http://ff.im/7k0fe e_dythe: RT @ha3rvey: Now hear this: I am following Living Colour on Twitter….
Now some days they last longer than others, but this day by the lake went too...– Rilo Kiley, “With Arms Outstretched” (via fuckyeahrilokiley) (via faithx5)
deepinthevalley: I have learned in the 31 years of my life that the best person to be is myself. I have made great attempts at imitating others to the point of trying to become a replica. I do believe one can learn lessons, gain insight, and adopt methods and habits from another person. That is a part of learning. However, one should add his own flavor to it. Today, I will be myself.
My Twitter Digest: 2009-8-27 →
e_dythe: @Rochelle i’m a donor. :) thanks to the encouragement of @trainman74. e_dythe: Archiving Angeles (AA): Meow Casting | Los Angeles Metblogs http://ff.im/7fzJ8 e_dythe:…
My Twitter Digest: 2009-8-26 →
e_dythe: City of L.A.: my parking meter doesn’t say FAIL, but it does recognize inserted coins in a whimsical way. #pleasenoparkingticket e_dythe: @faboomama try just exhaling continually….
I went to a fight the other night, and a hockey game broke out.– Rodney Dangerfield US actor & comedian (1921 - 2004)
My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2009-8-23) →
The Bird and the Bee (21) Andrew Bird (5) of Montreal (5) Camera Obscura (5) Bright Eyes (5) Imported from Last.fm Tumblr by JoeLaz
robotgunfighter: “You Gotta Have a Dream (To Make...
"Trapeze," Deborah Digges
See how the first dark takes the city in its arms and carries it into what yesterday we called the future. O, the dying are such acrobats. Here you must take a boat from one day to the next, or clutch the girders of the bridge, hand over hand. But they are sailing like a pendulum between eternity and evening, diving, recovering, balancing the air. Who can tell at this hour...
O, the dying are such acrobats.– Deborah Digges, from her poem “Trapeze.” She committed suicide on April 10, 2009, by jumping from the top of the UMass stadium.
[Poet Deborah] Digges died last Friday, reportedly by her own hand. It was...– Deborah Digges: The Book Bench : The New Yorker