0403-052020 To do: ︎run 5+miles in one or 8 miles in 2 ︎test sidetable : break glass grout/plaster/cement - find more cement blocks + ︎experiment with resin //make mold 1st ︎design/dev tp for e : layout ︎intro folio ideas? ︎bathe stinky mello:) ︎make mean pina coladas
beginning — last scene
[talented mr ripley]
Yura Yura Teikoku resolved to make rock that actually sound good in Japanese, working with the natural rhythms and phonics of the language.
“I was always giving a lot of thought to how the lyrics fit the music, not just in terms of meaning but also the way they sounded,” he says. “So if you look at it the other way around, I guess people can appreciate the sounds of the words, even if they don’t understand the meaning.”
// “It’s all about making sure I don’t get sick of doing this,” he says.
The Vanishing Magician
I was smitten with the magician. Unexpectedly alone at his show, I volunteered to be his audience participant. Onstage, he asked me to write an everyday object on a piece of paper. I wrote “electric toothbrush” and sealed the envelope. “Does it vibrate?” he said, smiling, flirting, apparently reading my mind. We went on a few dates, then he sent me an email to break it off. Gmail suggested some responses: “I understand,” “I agree with you” and “No worries.” I wish he had dumped me via magic instead. He could have just disappeared. — Jenny Gorelick
We need to live in a state of suspended animation like a work of art, in a state of enchantment. We have to succeed in loving so greatly that we live outside of time, detached….detached.