Archive for August, 2004

Twisted Metal 4

So we hang out and talk a while. And next thing you know, Matt and I are hooking up my old Playstation (that would be the first one) to the TV. A bunch of us used to play Twisted Metal 4, back when we were in grad school at OSU. There was a group of us who would meet for…

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Matt and Juliet

Matt and Juliet are visiting this weekend, and tonight we had plans for roaming around downtown Chicago a bit. First up: Millenium Park. Wrigley Square & Millennium Monument – there’s currently an exhibit here that displays photographs of 1,000 families from all around the world. Once you start, it’s hard not to stop and read every single story. Walking around,…

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Blue Line: Messing Around

I’ve seen a lot of shitty graffiti; I’ve seen a lot of graffiti that stops me in my tracks, and takes me out of my daily routine. I wonder if this happens to these guys as well. I wonder if these guys have a blanket distaste for graffiti (either personally, or having associated it with work). Or if they have…

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If you’re gonna do something…

… why not just go balls to the wall? Here’s saluting you, Count Vitus Sebastian Barbaro, Patriacian of Venice. Carpe fucking diem! I have so many unanswered questions. Count? Patrician of Venice? I just have to accept the fact that this is one of those things where I’m just never going to get any closure. Thanks to Mike, who chanced…

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Day Off

I ran a ton of errands this morning. Target. Microcenter. Got my glasses fixed. Went to the bank. Ton of stuff. I was meant to be cleaning the apartment and, while I did do some of that… a lot of my day was spent mucking around with this photo idea. Right now, I think I’ve got things where I want…

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Compulsive

I had planned on going to bed earlier, but ended up mucking around with this photo idea I had. I was working on it until 1:30 AM or so. Lots of batch stuff, trying to work through a crapload of images and get them organized. I fell asleep on the couch, and woke up periodically, throughout the night. The batch…

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