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  1. Friday, August 28, 2015

    this is barely even on a bob dylan album 

    it didnt make the cut for Blonde on Blonde even though dylan took 19 takes of it.

    even though it’s amazing.

    even though even with the abrupt ending, it’s perfect.

    Yes, you, you just sit around and ask for ashtrays, can’t you reach?

    the only way you can buy it is to spend $33 – or stream it.

    how incredible is that? its almost like he doesnt want us to have it.

    this is how art should be.

    all the time.

    art should always play hard to get when its this good.

  2. Wednesday, May 6, 2015

    yesterday was cinco de blah blah 

    FYF Festinstead of drinking for no reason i took a walk because of my new Stepz app. do i wanna live forever? no. but while i’m here i dont wanna be a fat cow who can barely do anything physical.

    i also dont like having heart burn or back aches or all the other things im bound to have now that im 7 thousand years young.

    so i walked even though it was cold. (60 degrees).

    walked and walked and realized i was near a mexican grocery store. i love eating fish but the only fast food joint i know that serves grilled fish is Yoshimomo and all they serve is Tilapia which im told is the ugliest fish in the sea and will kill you if you eat too much of it.

    not sure i wanna die from fast food so i inspected the fresh fish the grocery store had, chose a big slab of Salmon, and some chips and salsa because it was cinco.

    walked home, george forman grilled it, and it was delicious.

    even had some leftovers for tonight and for the kittens.

    because my car has been in the shop ive been reorganizing my home. why? who cares. because no one else is doing it.

    found my favorite shirt which i thought had been thrown out by my maid.

    sorry connie!

    theres a damning line in Bob Dylan’s “Idiot Wind”, it’s the last line of the song actually where Dylan concludes

    We’re idiots, babe
    It’s a wonder we can even feed ourselves

    and I can totally relate.