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self portrait verde 4 Unintended, but I guess “X” marks the spot. While eveybody else was taking photos of the garishness of the interior of the Opryland Hotel, I was busy looking at the ground and sky through the glass and girders that enclose the place. This was the most interesting thing I saw there.
I received a gorgeous black velvet jacket for Christmas (given early to wear to an on-campus holiday party I had to go to). It fits great and I look dazzling in it (really, I do!). Perhaps I’ll post a photo later to prove it, but in the meantime I wanted to share the text of [...]
It’s difficult to get into the Christmas spirit when you have grades due a week before and have to panic-rush present buying, but now that all that’s over with and the tree is up and house smells all Christmas-treey and fireplaces are lit, one can begin to sense Christmastime–except that it’s been unusually warm the [...]
This came from my sister whose forwarded jokes I usually don’t find very funny. This made me giggle a little and so in the holiday spirit of sharing: CHRISTMAS CAROLS FOR THE DISTURBED 1. Schizophrenia — Do You Hear What I Hear? 2. Multiple Personality Disorder — We Three Kings Disoriented Are 3. Dementia — [...]
I do not believe in the jury trial system. It’s not just because I recently received a juror summons. It’s because it’s a total fallacy that serves only to maintain a facade of democracy that leads to an unfair application of justice that unnecessarily involves high-priced lawyers and never really tries the accused by peers. [...]
goya champuru Tonight’s dinner.
ã‚´ãƒ¼ãƒ¤ãƒ¼ (goya) Cut and uncut goya.
ã‚´ãƒ¼ãƒ¤ãƒ¼ (goya) Every so often Goyablog needs some goya.