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KHftCEA 1999-12.2 December
KHftCEA 1999-12.2 December

You know, the appeal of some drugs is that it creates inexplicable interests and affctions- which reminds me of how my eyes (and those of many, many men) are always drawn to women's breasts, hoping for a hint of nipple.  Why should I care? What's the appeal? Do I expect to have sex with these women? It's one of those things in my life that resists easy explanation.
"Writing is not heroic, it is methodical, like dentistry or throwing the discus."
--Mr. Blue

1. It's paste edible oil to boil over 100°C in the salt water.
2. It's principle to get used to it to be pot stewed.
3. The food must be attention to not get burned. (only cooking roast)
The color of board pay attention to until it change to black color.
4. The case of arising fine crack to error treatment is not intervene to using.

westport chair plans from adirondack museum
Things from Tracy:
•met anonymously
          Two people and a dog walking through the snow.
          She removed one of her mittens, and placed her hand in his.
          He touched her cheek.
          "Sooner or later," the dog thought, "one of them is going to forget and drop the leash."
Baked beans,
Butter beans,
Big fat lima beans,
Long thing string beans--
Those are just a few.
Green beans,
Black beans,
Big fat kidney beans,
Red hot chili beans,
Jumping beans too.
Pea beans,
Pinto beans,
Don't forget shelly beans.
Last of all, best of all,
I like jelly beans!
--Lucia and James L. Hymes, Jr.
My Watchwords:
Industriousness, Decicisiveness.
(Har Har)
I'm watching "The Insider" (Dustin Hoffman tries to convince a tobacco insider to become a whistleblower)-- rather ploddingly paced flick.

Had Christmas with Mo and the family in Syracuse, with a stopover near Glens Falls to talk with Dad's friend Tracy. I received the biggest gift of the morning, two massive binders compiling everything she had saved from my schooldays. It was a white Christmas (alas) but Boston is still fine.

Mo and I have been discussing some of the implications of tying the knot (buzz yikes). It may well happen. It occurs to me that I may only now be really thinking about some of the implications- understanding it as starting a family, even if it's a family of two. (With my mom saying "Gee since you've gone this far, why not just get married?", it's easy to forget how basic a change it represents.)

So that's the news in an otherwise quiet KHftCE- Y2K in a few days, thank JFK it's looking as minor as it is- T minus 3 days and no signs of panic.
"Words fail me. Pictures aren't much better."
--Robert Crumb
WOW. Playing DK64 for 3 days straight has really screwed with my head. It's like the perspctive of my view of Mass Ave in Arlington is disturbed- objects that are far away look too short, buildings I'm walking next to seem too tall. I've used controlled substances thaz have had less distinct of an impact.
Today is the last day of the 1900s. For nations to the east of here it's already 2000. I'm bracing myself for the biggest anticlimax of my life. Yesterday the news was fu.ll of terrorism and rumors of terrorism. Today there's Y2K talk. Overall there's maybe 1/50th the impact I feared last August.

Yeltsin resigned today. I'm not sure why I find him so interesting.
at a skicabin in VT w/ Lena + Bjorn and a host of others-
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