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Posted by seneca
Posted on December 31st, 2007
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Posted by jessica
Posted on December 31st, 2007
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patience

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Posted by cabbie
Posted on December 31st, 2007
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Ruffles and Rot (prelude to supercentral group show)
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Posted by cabbie
Posted on December 30th, 2007
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hammond organ’s last note
Posted by tom
Posted on December 30th, 2007
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I’m not very interesting.

Posted by tom
Posted on December 30th, 2007
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for chris
Posted by willis
Posted on December 29th, 2007
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quixotic exaust lies undernieth broken daggers

Posted by seneca
Posted on December 29th, 2007
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Posted by cabbie
Posted on December 28th, 2007
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carl stone
carl stone in the 80’s:
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carl stone’s new album: "all the music was made using max/MSP software from cycling74. ‘flint’s’ is taken from a live recording made at the san francisco electronic music festival, 2000. ‘l’os a moelle’ was recorded live at the apple store ginza, tokyo. all other tracks recorded and mixed at nakano studios, tokyo and tower 39, los angeles."  samples here
Posted by tom
Posted on December 27th, 2007
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Release in Dallas November 21, 1963
Posted by willis
Posted on December 27th, 2007
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: (

 I just found out my favorite old skate spot is demolished.

The circle on People’s Street T-Head was originally created as an outdoor rollerskating rink in the 1960’s, I believe.  As rollerskating and rollerblading (spellcheck doesn’t recognize either ‘rollerblading’ or ‘spellcheck’) both died out by the late 1990’s, skateboarding became the only serious recreational sport that happened in this area.  Families still happily and with welcome came to ride bikes and congregate, somehow all acknowledging the previous use the area had – how else would they know to come? (or at least I think) – but the spot was controlled by skateboarders, just as the shrimpers controlled the roadway leading up to it.  This is where I learned my first grinds on a curb, ollies off a drop, my first backside tailslide, nollie heelflip.  Many of my good friends were met here, or first spotted here.  Most everything worthwhile during the time that I was obsessed with skateboarding and wore it on the front of my tee shirt happened here and I can pretty much remember every day it all happened.  I also came here when I had absolutely nothing to do and no one to turn to, when I had a car, when I didn’t.  I would skate miles to get here to sit under a gray sky and obscene wind to just have given it a chance.  It was the sort of place you relied on to make everything possible, because it was great and there was simply nothing better.  I think around the time a lady came around selling raspas and snow cones and doing a solo-karaoke routine to draw attention from the stage which we all did tricks off of, adlibing lines like "There’s no such thing as love, only bills" to Cher songs, I realized it didn’t have much time left in this world.  Now there’s a concrete skatepark a mile or so away with all the shitty transition and low-level curbs any park rat could hope for, but absolutely no fair place to get props for a perfect foot high nollie flip.  When I heard that it’d been flattened, I couldn’t even drive by to look.  I’d like to imagine both the stages are gone, so that not even more acid drops or mannys or ollies on ollies off could be done, and only left is an undeservedly smooth slab near the water where no one but a skateboarder would bother to roll around and make a trick happen.
Posted by tom
Posted on December 26th, 2007
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Disorder of the Week

Capgras syndrome:

1. The person is convinced that one or several persons known by the sufferer have been replaced by a double, an identical looking impostor (They may say to their loved one, “You look like my wife but you are not her. What have you done with her?”).

2. The person sees true and double persons.

3. It may extend to animals and objects (i.e. This tea kettle looks just like my tea kettle but it is definitely not mine).

4. The person is conscious of the abnormality of these perceptions. There is no hallucination.

Posted by eli
Posted on December 26th, 2007
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poetical shape of the plastic continent

Posted by tom
Posted on December 25th, 2007
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Posted by seneca
Posted on December 25th, 2007
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christmas post

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Posted by yarr
Posted on December 25th, 2007
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What is going on?

The Value Village on Hilcroft disappeared!

:”'(

Posted by jessica
Posted on December 23rd, 2007
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preview

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Posted by schwartz
Posted on December 23rd, 2007
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Year of the

note: my mom took this in china in the early 80s..

Posted by jessica
Posted on December 22nd, 2007
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Posted by tom
Posted on December 22nd, 2007
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