My dad wants to see the Aral Sea before it’s gone.
impose took many nice pictures at our release show last friday, including one of me crowdsurfing for the first time in my entire life, but this was my favorite moment of the entire weekend
when i got so tired and overwhelmed that i got down on the stage with emily and just sorta sat there and held hands with my friends for a minute
it is weird seeing myself out in the world and happy and surrounded by people i trust. sometimes recovery sneaks up on you.
This is great.
The uneven, but globally fairly consistent, boundary is the issue and area explored in (poet and journalist) Eliza Griswold’s book “The Tenth Parallel: Dispatches From The Fault Line Between Christianity And Islam” which is totally worth your time.
My shadow revealed this rainbow stripe of light on the sidewalk. Reminded me of a nightmare I had when I was 6 or so, but not in a bad way. (at Schermerhorn and Bond)
Amended “Salem” poster on the G train platform. Googly eyes improve the morning. (at Clinton-Washington)
Jon Stewart and Matt Taibbi discuss the different treatment afforded to ‘street’ and white-collar criminals.
When Grandmaster Flash and Melle Mel made this argument, you could dance to it. I like Jon Stewart as much as the next human with a brain, but I *love* being able to dance to a scything political critique.