Were I an American, I might say something like We- ordinary Americans -are converting to solar and building robots as fast as we can; relocalizing agriculture, working on some long overdue anti-racism, taking back the right to grow hemp for food, drug and fibre, moving away from places that will be floating in 20 years, and this limb of Satan wants us to work longer hours at a Walmart in a flood plain. Long be the years he has to go **** himself in, and may none of them be while his prejudices and mean-spiritedness are under a Presidential seal. But I’m Canadian, so I’ll wring my hands instead.
Falling and dying x 3 In Dark Souls II I've only ever kibitzed when my brother played this game The NPCs pee on his leg and call it gentle rain And soon enough the gravity will trigger this refrain Falling and dying x 3 In Dark Souls II He stepped into a box one day and he emerged a girl He thought he'd give the mincing walk they gave her a short whirl But really he would rather be an armoured flying squirrel! Falling and dying x 3 In Dark Souls II bridge: Typos in the weapons descriptions No way to pause it to pee Boss fights that come out of nowhere You'd better be ready to be... Falling and dying x 3 In Dark Souls II As fickle as the weather in Vancouver and as nice Merchants you need badly who will only show up twice They overseason everything but only use one spice Falling and dying x 3 In Dark Souls II Spoken... Man I'm sure glad I'm not the one who has to keep the torches lit in that place...
I am reading Patton Oswalt’s Silver Screen Fiend and IT’S OUTSTANDING. Borrow it or buy it and read it. Won’t say more, don’t have to.
And I have Caitlin Moran and the Encyclopedia of Goddesses and Heroines to look forward to after this.
I can feel the well of my writing soul going dry, and there’s nothing to do but fill the cup at someone else’s spring.
Or have some more Great Blue Heron coffee. Yeah.
I have a couple of potential songs in the queue and since I’m ahead of schedule I’ll pause. I practiced a good long time yesterday, it was very pleasant.
Paul and Keith are off to the Island this weekend. Yay for family visits!
Today is Keith’s nth birthday, and glad I am I gave birth to him n years ago, about three hours from now. I am more glad that we live in the same town/time zone, because he continues to be a good soul who takes no shit from me, and that is a good thing.
Back to Mr. Oswalt, who in his book is lodged firmly in the midnineties catching up on classic cinema.