|KHftCEA 1999-10.1 October|
KHftCEA 1999-10.1 October
As I get older, I don't enjoy the same things I once enjoyed.
But I enjoy new and different things!
I just don't enjoy them as much as I used to enjoy the things I no longer enjoy.
--Arlo, "Arlo + Janis"
Sitting in the chair at Great Cuts at Harvard Square on a Friday evening, watching twilight emerge in the big mirror, a street corner woman's duo's cd in my jacket pocket on the coatrack- I think I felt New England Autumn in my bones. Or is it just the chill on my just shorn head?
Bought a money clip style billfold, like the one Mo just got. S'funny- I got the clipon shades from Rebekah, the pilot from Paul et al, the wallet from Mo. Only the keys remain unaccounted for.
You Shall Not Subject Your God To Market Forces!
--Book of Om, Chap. IV v.6b
("Small Gods",Terry Pratchett)
FROM MAIL ON ALLEGRO:
We have the flu. I don't know if this particular strain has an official name, but if it does, it must be something like "Martian Death Flu". You may have had it yourself. The main symptom is that you wish you had another setting on your electric blanket, up past "HIGH", that said "ELECTROCUTION".
You know the kind of flu I'm talking about.
--Dave Barry, "Molecular Homicide"
Is it possible that software is not like anything else, that it is meant to be discarded: that the whole point is to always see it as a soap bubble?
--TWENTY PAST MIDNIGHT
Be free and open and breezy! Enjoy! Things won't get any better so
get used to it.
--TWENTY PAST MIDNIGHT
> >Tea is ok, coffee is better. I like it black as a midnight on a
> >moonless night - damn good coffee... and HOT!
> I like my coffee like I like my women-- blonde + sweet...
> ("I like my coffee like I like my women-- hot, black, and
> with one of those little pastry croissant things on the side")
--email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey, did you notice, that your nick 'Kirk Is' looks extremly similar to
'Kirk Isy', which is the turkish word for 42? God, I love the world...
First you were in New Yorker, now in rec.humor.funny.... Som day I'll tell my grandchildren I hadsex with a famous person (-:
"Win95, Win98... what are they gonna call it after 2000? Once I realized this I suddenly lost *whatever* faith I had in Microsoft's dealing with that Millenium Bug."
This reminded me of a comedian I saw once. (I cannot remember her name of course!) That was just hilarious. She's talk about her boyfriend commenting "I think your gaining weight" and she'd respond "I don't see that hair growing back now do I?"
Him: "You didn't do the dishes."
Her: "Where's your hair?"
From NeonRcr@aol.com Tue Nov 17 21:05 EST 1998
Looked to use "Frog Named Bobo" for a monologue.
Sundevil - excellent summer alcoholic drink
"Come on down to Wendell's
For one hell of a kau kau!
It's a foot-long lau lau.
Better den poi, Better den pig.
Wendell's lau lau -- frickin' big!"
"All I want out of life is to be a monkey of moderate intelligence who wears a suit. That's why I've decided to transfer to business school!"
--Guenter the Monkey on Futurama
these romances passed
strangely sweet cost
*the loves we've held
that then we lost.*
the wistful bend
of this heartache:
known to give
as well as take