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March 30, 2004

A little tattoo

It's important to know what you like:


*coffee shop near Washington Sq. Park

March 29, 2004

Dog Shoes

Does this little dog seem happy to be wearing shoes?

I'll let you answer that one.

Nevertheless, cute, cute, cute!


*near Washington Sq. Park this past weekend

March 26, 2004

Into the Future

Send your future self an email on!


I think the thought process of contemplating when to send yourself the email and why is interesting...

*via EYEBEAM's reblog

March 25, 2004

Answer to Question #2

I've always wondered about two things in life:

1) What would this world be like without War and Violence?


2) What does a squid truck look like?

And now we have the answer to question #2:



*22nd btw 10th & 11th Aves

March 24, 2004

Touching the Void

Touching the Void is a must see. Just be sure to bring a stress ball.

A quaalude would help too.

Roger Ebert sums up nicely the harrowing experience of watching this film.


March 23, 2004

Impressive Hair on Bleecker


March 22, 2004

Bundled up on Houston

It really has been cold here this little doggy can attest!


He's checking out a honey he spotted on the southeastern corner of Mott & Houston.

March 19, 2004

Snow from November to February is beautiful

The snowman took the words right out of my mouth!

Snow blows.jpg

*courtesy of my friend Nate

March 18, 2004

The Crazies Are At It Again





So let's pack up our pots and pans, male thongs and megaphones...

2004 Gay Pride Parade in Rhea County, Tennessee!!

March 17, 2004

Find out who of your neighbors and your favorite celebrities are giving $ to!!

Say goodbye to a perfectly promising productive day...

The first of two new addictive additions to EYEBEAM R & D's project is the


which allows you to search by location (even down to specific buildings!) or by name to see who is contributing to which political candidates!

Always wanted to know what that shady neighbor's political leanings were? As long as they donated over $200, it is part of the public record and for your eyes to feast on!

Have a meeting in a building uptown? Enter the address and see what political climate you will be entering!

Tidbits: Charlize Theron gave $1000 to John Kerry, big entertainment moguls often give to nearly every Democratic candidate as well as to Bush, Madonna's contributions are accessible by typing Ritchie for last name and finally, Puffy's contribution info is revealed upon typing Combs...don't bother with the Puffy, P-Diddy, Puff-Daddy...

Note: Big, huge movie stars are often listed in the public record as being "self-employed." Life is hard for them too. Look. See.


And the second source of non-stop fun you can rationalize as just becoming more politically aware is:


And you can find this sort of juicy info listed at the bottom of each city map (in this case, it's NYC):


*Compliments of EYEBEAM's reBloglogo-small.gif

March 16, 2004

Cheese Foot

I have my suspicions, but does anyone know exactly what this means?


*in Chelsea

March 15, 2004

Pork Bellies

Poor piglets...


Don't worry, in their next life, they'll be back with a vengeance!

*spotted in Chinatown, I suppose there's no surprise there!

March 12, 2004



*spotted outside of Gleason's Gym in DUMBO, Brooklyn

Sparky & Greta

It's my blog, so I can indulge pictures of my dog Sparky, who came into my life 15 years ago! and a cat named Greta whom I have gotten to know and love over the past 2.8 years, right?


Here's Smiling Sparky!


And here she resigns to my planting one on's been done a few times over the past 15 years...too bad there isn't a "remove nose grease" option in photoshop!


Here's my favorite picture of Greta...I imagine she's saying, "yeah, yeah, yeah, I've heard it all before..."


And here's us having one of our moments...when Greta tells me all that's on her mind and I listen like a good friend...and top if off with a kiss...


What all this means, is that if you have a problem with your pet being kissed, keep him/her away from me because I will kiss your pet.

March 10, 2004

Air Kiss On Mars...revealed!

It's official!! It's for real!!

We now know who fuels the tremendously talented band, Air Kiss On Mars!!

They are...

Andrea Harner!


and Paul Ohan!


Paul asks you to put on your 3-D glasses...


and listen to the best song ever: sleepwithme.jpg

March 9, 2004

Crazy Cat's Cradle

Cats are funny.


Cats are cute, especially with outstretched paws.


If you're into cute and funny cat things, check out this book:

277 Secrets Your Cat Wants You to Know: A Cat-Alog of Unusual and Useful Information

March 8, 2004

Oil spills are bad!

Not only do millions of poor animals die from oil spillage...

Men who sit on oil spills are also humiliated online as you can see in the post below entitled, Oops! Poops!

It's time to take a hard, cold look at our oily ways.


March 5, 2004

Japan puts robots to work

Interesting article in today's New York Times: Japan Seeks Robotic Help in Caring for the Aged

Here's a happy lady gettin' scrubbed down by a bot!

This is what we have to look forward to, my friends! Good Times!

Oops! Poops!

Tough day on the job and still stopped to help poor lost New Jersey souls...what a guy with a heart full of gold and drawers full of....oh, well, nevermind!!


*on Bowery @ Great Jones.

March 4, 2004

Dogs + Humans = Love, Sweet Love

Here's a concise Economist article on dog behavior and why and how dogs have secured themselves in the hearts of humans:

Sensitive Souls: How dogs became man's best friend

March 3, 2004

Tokyo wants an award too!

Congrats to the cast & crew of Lost in Translation for all their recent industry accolades!!

I do however think that one prominent character was overlooked in this whole deal and that is....Tokyo...having grown up in Japan, I have a special spot in my heart for dear's a good article in a recent San Francisco Chronicle article about Tokyo in Lost in Translation.


March 2, 2004

Greta and a Box

Greta noticed an interesting looking box the other day...


Perhaps it housed great treasures, she thought...


There was only one way to find out so she ventured in...


Got a feel for things...


and prepared for a cat nap...


when it all came crashing down...


And she now spends her free time turning her back on boxes...


March 1, 2004

Too Choosy for Choices

I was spending a perfectly promising Saturday afternoon wasting away in Sephora when my BFF, Perry, called me to say frantically, "have you read Christopher Caldwell's Select All: Can you have too many choices? article from the most recent New Yorker?? to which I replied, "not yet!"

He then read me the following excerpt and ended by editorializing, "it's SO true!" We continued talking for what seemed like hours and what seemed like the millionth time we and every other New York friend of mine have talked about and agreed on this issue of suffering from too many choices.


The following morning I read the article aloud (it is really short by New Yorker standards)...

Of course Jonah responded to the above paragraph by saying, "so it seems like you're lucky because you found those three supposedly unattainable me!" :-)

To which I replied, "yes, my dear, you look just like the girl I dated in 1983." J/K! J/K!

For those readers who are just dying to know how this article deeply affects, here's your answer:

This issue is most salient for me, in terms of career and clothing because I've never felt there were many romantic partners worth considering out there but there are certainly too many career choices and clothing choices. Career & Clothing!

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