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An Ultimate State of Inert Uniformity

Five not-so-fun things:

  • After work/school yesterday we were supposed to head over to J’s place, to play the brand new Super Mario Galaxy. The little man, who loves anything Mario-related, was too tired and just wanted to head home. So sad.
  • Upon returning home I picked up the mail. A pile of catalogs I didn’t want, plus a notice from Ramsey County. My property taxes are going up again next year, by 17%. Yay.
  • Tomorrow morning I take the little man back for his six month dental check-up. When I gave him the heads up he started crying in a panic. After his last dental adventures I don’t blame him (a tooth was pulled and a space maintainer installed), but I can’t get the point across that this won’t be like that. And this cleaning will actually help prevent such trauma in the future.
  • I consume far too many processed soy products. My step-mother is convinced it’ll kill me. But hey, it’s the time of year for the seasonal Silk Nog. And now pumpkin spice too!
  • I am a pushover. In general. And in some pretty specific instances.
intentional entropy

Bonus: Photographic essays of modern ruins. Beautiful. And it brought to mind the deserted farmhouses in Iceland.
Plus: Short films about sheep, by Jemaine (of Flight of the Conchords).
And: There’s about a billion things going on around town tomorrow night. Shows and what not, the Diorama-rama at the Bell Museum, and an art opening with the best flyer ever. Yes, John Grider is a stud muffin.


  1. bex wrote:

    oooh, i use the pumpkin spice silk in my coffee every morning — so yum!!

    Thursday, November 15, 2007 at 10:15 am | Permalink
  2. Super yum! I’ll have to try that tomorrow morning (just been using the plain Silk creamer for coffee).

    Thursday, November 15, 2007 at 10:28 am | Permalink
  3. shokufeh wrote:

    I wasn’t too impressed by the Pumpkin Spice on its own. But I’ve been enjoying it in my spiced tea :)

    Thursday, November 15, 2007 at 3:23 pm | Permalink
  4. JasonC wrote:

    thanks for the modern ruins link. i love urban archeology photography more than anything. :)

    Thursday, November 15, 2007 at 4:43 pm | Permalink
  5. JasonC wrote:

    oh, also… i saw this series and thought you might enjoy it.

    Thursday, November 15, 2007 at 4:46 pm | Permalink

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