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MAY 17, 2002
I've washed my comforter 5 times this past month. Well, I washed it twice; and paid the Chinese couple who own the laundromat to wash it 3 times. (Can I say that? The Chinese couple? Does that offend? Like, if they were Laotian, I would say Laotian. Because it's interesting, culturally. And I mean that here, too. But if they were Hispanic, I probably wouldn't say 'The Hispanic couple'... or 'the Black couple'. No I wouldn't; or 'the white couple'. Or the 'Eastern European couple'. Why did I mention it? Well a few reasons, I suppose. 1. There's the stereotype of Chinese Laundromat-owning family. And my neighborhood has one of these—as do many neighborhoods in New York—in an otherwise largely Puerto Rican, Eastern European, white-from-anywhere-USA populated neighborhood. So People from China are a minority, in the business-owning community of Williamsburg. So I find it worth-mentioning, in its cultural diversity. 2. There's a large language barrier, which amplifies our differences: I go into detailed descriptions of what happened with the comforter; He explains that he doesn't understand me. But if I come back the next day, she will. I suppose if I myself question my reasons for mentioning it, well... I almost deleted it, but thought I'd discuss it, instead...) Oülü. It's Oülü. She keeps pissing on my comforter. Yes, it's down. Yes, I use that Nature's Miracle stuff. Yes I've started removing the comforter from the bed when I'm not in it. Yes, she has a vet appointment .... I guess I'm not asking for advice here about the cat pee thing. I'm just sayin'. But if you have thoughts on the other thing, feel free.

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And my throat. It hurts like hell. I hope it's not strep. I hope I don't die. Whatever it is, it's wrong. Its May, it's warm out side at last. And ... I figured out the problem with Little Richard. He doesn't ever blink! That's why he's so strange. And so, since I'm inside a lot these past few days (recovering?) except for when I go on neighborhood walks in low light, I'll take this time to mention movies:

Klute: I ripped this image off of some German website.
+ KLUTE Jane Fonda as a call-girl named Bree Daniels; Donald Sutherland as the detective on the trail of her would-be murderer; Set in 1971 NYC. Directed by Alan J. Pakula (The Parallax View, Sophie's Choice). The era, the clothes, hair, scenes in Harlem... are a stylish backdrop for a psycho thriller which isn't so psycho and isn't such a chiller... But the story line—and more importantly, the characters— develop in a way which isn't insulting. Which is quite intelligent, economic. And ultimately it's about Bree's own personal evolution, her self-analysis, her relationship with men, and love. or something like that. I don't know. I Loved it.

+ Donnie Darko (2001) was actually really good. Set inexplicably in 1988, the mise-en-scene style is pure late-eighties (not the filmmaking style); as is the music— which will take you back to either highschool, or if you're, mmm, more like me, College. But, So. What happened? Anyone? Many conflicting theories revolve...

+ Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (1969) I can't say much because I haven't finished watching yet. Fell asleep last night during it. But I can say, it's my favorite era... for style and aesthete. Natalie Wood is so painfully beautiful. And I'll watch anything with young Elliot Gould in it. (Or older Elliot Gould. Not that he's Old now, but...older) So foxy in the 70's. Amazing side burns. The script was smart, funny; must finish watching it soon. IMDB says this: After the ultra sophisticated couple, Bob (a filmmaker) and wife, Carol attend a secluded therapy group (only to observe) they become modernized in their sexual thinking and behavior. Can Bob and Carol's new thinking rub off onto best friends, Ted and Alice? [post script: Just finished the movie. Oh man. So great. So contemporary; Really holds up to current times. Very hip, and many laughs. Dyan Cannon: She's tremendous. That laugh of hers. Oh, yes. Absolutely rent it.]

+ The Long Goodbye speaking of young, foxy Elliot Gould. He's the definition of super sexy senstitive tough guy in this Hollywood Noirish Raymond Chandler-based story directed by Robert Altman. You'll really fall for Philip Marlowe, P.I.; There are many funny moments, and the closing scene is a classic... even an homage to Orson Wells. I'm pretty certain. Yes. It is. I'm sure of that.

MAY 12, 2002

jj, jando, eltee
For you, Jan, on Mother's day: an album of family snapshots: Your-Visit-NYC; May 2002.
launch: Our Family-photo-memory-album:
You're beautiful, Jan!

MAY 10, 2002

We've been busy this spring. Ken and Jan were visiting... I can't say it enough... we've been eating good food. Listening to great music. We've been to Broadway, seeing TopDog Underdog, with Jeffrey Wright and Mos Def. Go do see that. And Oklahoma! weren't nuthin' less'n a grand ol' time on Bway.

And last month, AFPriest came to town.... We have pictures to prove it:

+ Launch AFPriest hits NYC : A slide show: april 2002 +

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+ Listening to Gram Parsons: [April 23 '02]
+ Your Eyes, I say Your Eyes: [April 15 '02]
+ 33 stills about turning 33: [April 5 '02]
+ Small, silver, flashing apparatus: [Mar 29 '02]
+ Saying goodbye to SXX: [Mar 25 '02]
+ I was off, then I was on: [Feb 21 '02]
+ Red High Heel Shoes: [Feb 14 '02]
+ Train Song: [Jan 27 '02]
+ The Art of Relishing Embellishment: [Feb 07 '02]
+ Overheard and Overseen in NYC: [Jan 11 '02]
+ There are Hot Color Pics: [Dec 17 '01]
+ Flowers on Bedford Ave: [Dec 9 '01]
+ The morning after after: [Nov 7 '01]
+ Breakfast and Bjork: [Oct 9 '01]
+ On meeting Frank DeMartini: [Sept 27 '01]
+ Make Love, Not War: [Sept 20 '01]
+ WTC Attacked, real-life Nightmare:[Sept 17 '01]
+ Bad dreams and Polly Jean : [Sept 06 '01]
+ Sharks on the beach : [Sept 03 '01]
+ Naming the Tiny Destroyer : [aug 14 '01]
+ In the pines, in the pines : [aug 08 '01]
+ In the cracks : [july 22 '01]
+ Home to Bloom; Home to Bkln : [july 11 '01]
+ You can quote me : [july 6 '01]
+ Me and Bridget, by the Bridge : [june 30 '01]
+ Dropped it, ate it anyway : [june 21 '01]
+ Deep into the Moroccan medina : [june 15 '01]
+ Arlo ran away, got fired from job : [may 19 '01]
+ Art opening Sightings : [may 12 '01]
+ Thumbs Up on Broadway : [may 11 '01]
+ My Own Mirror Project : [may 10 '01]
+ meet Trixie : [may 07 '01]
+ billboard giantess : [may 03 '01]
+ pierced and chained boobs? : [may 01 '01]
+ Years of NYC residue : [apr 27 '01]
+ Willie and wieners : [apr 23 '01]
+ rolling the street cart : [apr 20 '01]
+ BROOKLYN jackhammers : [apr 19 '01]
+ easter day was one of drinking : [apr 16 '01]
+ my blood was let : [apr 12 '01]
+ THIS PLACE IS SO 5 MINUTES AGO : [apr 3 '01]
+ help is on the way : [mar 30'01]
+ a love letter to... : [mar 27'01]
+ big afro in the Bleecker station: [mar 20'01]
+ the progress of hangingout: [mar 14'01]
+ i can rap, you know: [mar 13'01]
+ hitchhiking, snowboarding: [mar 09'01]
+ candid new york: [feb 27 '01]
+ i drank 3 beers: [feb 16 '01]
+ giant twat pear: [feb 12 '01]
+ cat fight : [feb 11 '01]
+ babies and brandons: [feb 08 '01]
+ if we took a holiday. holiday: [feb 03 '01]
+ join me in my egofest: [feb 02 '01]
+ beaucoup des phoblography: [jan 30 '01]
+ was, like, just yesterday: [jan 29 '01]
+ i was vaguely grim: [jan 27 '01]
+ eqb's soul was found: [jan 18 '01]
+ some things were found: [jan 16 '01]
+ what is hot? what is not?: [jan 13 '01]
+ this was the first of the year: [jan 01, 01]
+ because i care about you: [dec 26, 00]
+ read last week's entry: [dec 19, 00]
+ because: [dec 12, 00]
+ you never know: [dec 05, 00]
+ what you're missing: [nov 29, 00]
+ it all started here: [nov 22, 00]

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