hey jackie---meebo fucking sucks today so i'll keep trying to sign on, but it aint lookin too promising at the moment.
that sucks! keep tryin'!
take the link...http://www.thrasherswheat.org/2008/05/report-on-archives-announcement-at.html
Here's your link fixed, Rich.
By the way, I'm finally going to visit Kelli in Seattle in a couple of weeks. I can't fucking wait!
my fellow seniors and i are required to put work up in the end of year show, but i'm the only person who's responded. i guess it's an end of liz's year show now. scary.
Nice, Liz! Your first solo show!
hahaha... maybe if the work was stronger i'd be happier!well, some moving image people just came in, thank god. i'd still like some PHOTO people, though.
Okay, Rich and Liz (and Tim, if you've been here)...I'm spending one day in Portland. Where should I most definitely go? (If you have any suggestions for Seattle, that'd be swell, too.)
how do you know i haven't been there??? geez.
i was born there and lost my virginity there.
along with having my first kid there and eating my first grilled cheese sandwich.
OKay okay okay Jackie! Do tell!Also, I know we all hate DeRogatorihaggis or whatever his name is, but the city of Chicago officially can suck my sack. If this passes, I will seriously consider moving elsewhere. (What? It's not like I have anything keeping me in Chicago in the first place.)
chicago's live music must be something keeping you here if its possible restraint is something that can drive you away. we're here and most of your other friends are here... and in tennessee. i don't want you to go anywhere. it sucks, we know, but where would you go if it passes? i mean, i would hate for it to pass but chicago would have to pass worse laws to make me leave. in the end, if daley passes this, no one will want to come here. no scenesters from around the midwest will move here to escape their boring little towns; those that are here will move (and that hundreds, if not thousands). daley would hate that because he works so hard to get more attention lavished upon us, and i think the music community will fight hard and loud enough to remind him of that. but if it passes and we do end up like detroit like one person said, maybe chicago will produce some good music. right now people think of wilco and (gagging) fall out boy. god... it almost makes the law seem beneficial! all in all, deanna, i don't want you to move away. <3
oh yeah, and thanks for that recipe. it sounds tasty!
Liz, you think that comment about moving elsewhere wasn't glib? (Though after my Portland trip, I might start reconsidering that sarcasm.) I can't afford to move!Reading through the actual language of the ordinance (http://chapter4157.googlepages.com/text), it's not quite as severe to the letter as DeRogatis makes it out to be. That's what I get for taking his word for it and having a knee-jerk reaction. The ordinance is pretty sweeping, though, but I think it'll primarily effect HOW things are run for live shows in Chicago, not the actual existence of the shows themselves. And hell, I can always talk my roommates into hosting shows in the basement, so maybe Primo's "band" won't be down there playing their hippie dippy shit all the time.If you try that recipe, let me know how it turns out. I'll have to pick up some gluten-free oats and test it sometime.
For the vegetarians around here.
i was just filling out a request for information for the academy of art university and one of the questions was "I plan on taking 100% of my classes online: yes/no"how the fuck do you get a graduate degree in photography online? how can you teach me anything? does this sound strange to anyone but me?
vegetarianism as the golden gift of affectation
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