Archive for February, 2003

looks

I’ve been noticing as of late the high proposenity of attractive women around me. I walked into Park Ave and stood next to the most beautiful girl. I said one thing to her about where is the staff in this store, which was supposed to be ironic, and she pointed to whomever was standing around finding a CD for her. That was it. On Sunday I was next to another beautiful girl, and she turned up at Fran’s party a few days later. I talked to her for a second and it was fun, at which point some guy comes in and says” I’ve been waiting for you for hours”, thinking this guy is her latest stalker I say to her, “you see the devotion your getting?” at which point he goes, “well she is my girlfriend.” It seemed like she actually delayed her entrance to the party to try and avoid him. They kissed quickly and he left. He seemed like a complete dork. Faults with her: she’s a little to cool, will probably write me off but ya never know. It’s occured to me as of late that I don’t inspire women the way other men do. In a few instances I’ve had the entranced crushee, but for the most pary only one girl I ever was involved with showed up to a show I was playing at. I only notice this, becuase at Stardust your crowd is usually girlfriends. And this does make me wonder, what element am I lacking that I’m not involved with anyone. I’ve wondered this before, and Amanda Colbenson told me I’ve had girlfriends, which is true (although none of them ever referred to me as their boyfriend), but not of the variety that stays over often and follows you to shows. I need a groupie not a girlfriend.
I feel like I’m collecting women now. Waying down what am I up to, trying to break into that scene where all the beautiful women hang out. I like arty girls, not skinny gallery rats, but the full blooded types that haunt the BBQ Bar and Backbooth. I like hipsters. I don’t know why I prefer that strain of women to others, perhaps we’re both looking for something different, maybe we grew up loving Mark Twain clay-mations (yeah E.J. that was very cute) or perhaps some wiring way down in the social-family structure, a quark in the essence of our physcology’s fired some similar way. My answer to all of this: I need to dress better. Yeah, that makes sense. I feel re-affirmed in my purpose here on Earth.


Andrew

February 20, 2003 at 11:31 pm Leave a comment

links

Not sure what this is, but it’s weird
Unviels a hidden wiring we all knew was to close to the surface
20 years from now this is what the Pee-Wee of the next generation will be showing in playhouse
Aside from that alright. Slight nervousness all day due to am I passive thing. As stated on several times before, didn’t know I was passive, people told me I was, now I worry about it. Finished Icey article, waiting on Ferguson to butcher it. Got job with French Horror mag. Got turned down by Salon.com


A

February 20, 2003 at 5:43 pm Leave a comment

links

Not sure what this is, but it’s weird
Unviels a hidden wiring we all knew was to close to the surface
20 years from now this is what the Pee-Wee of the next generation will be showing in playhouse
Aside from that alright. Slight nervousness all day due to am I passive thing. As stated on several times before, didn’t know I was passive, people told me I was, now I worry about it. Finished Icey article, waiting on Ferguson to butcher it. Got job with French Horror mag. Got turned down by Salon.com


A

February 20, 2003 at 5:43 pm Leave a comment

seeing

I’ve always gotten these prementions of what’s going to happen. Usually I just side step and do what I want. Ya know change one thing and everything is changed. Your free. I know Sabrina used to have these two. I’ve been having one all day, and everything is falling into place. I don’t have any deja vu about writing this, so maybe here I’m breaking off, but I know something’s going to happen. Miles e-mailed when I knew he’d e-mail, I re-wrote the Icey article the way I knew I would. I’m not sure what’s happening, hopefully something good. I’m very cautious right now. It’s odd to write about this, but I know everyone has to have these every once in awhile, where your left with that sense of knowing what’s gonna happen, but unsure what and the out come. Weird.

Well I better go.


Andrew

February 17, 2003 at 11:17 pm Leave a comment

seeing

I’ve always gotten these prementions of what’s going to happen. Usually I just side step and do what I want. Ya know change one thing and everything is changed. Your free. I know Sabrina used to have these two. I’ve been having one all day, and everything is falling into place. I don’t have any deja vu about writing this, so maybe here I’m breaking off, but I know something’s going to happen. Miles e-mailed when I knew he’d e-mail, I re-wrote the Icey article the way I knew I would. I’m not sure what’s happening, hopefully something good. I’m very cautious right now. It’s odd to write about this, but I know everyone has to have these every once in awhile, where your left with that sense of knowing what’s gonna happen, but unsure what and the out come. Weird.

Well I better go.


Andrew

February 17, 2003 at 11:17 pm Leave a comment

holy shit

Well this is funny:

edis Become a Force to Be Counted

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Feb 13, 10:19 AM (ET)

LONDON (Reuters) – It’s official — “Star Wars” has created almost 400,000 Jedis in Britain.

Over 390,000 people wrote “Jedi” on their 2001 census form, more than those who registered their faith as Jewish, Buddhist or Sikh in the optional question on religion, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said on Thursday.

The Jedis declared their belief after a campaign on the Internet asked people to “do it because you love Star Wars” or “just to annoy people.”

“Star Wars devotees stated their faith as ‘Jedi’ in the mistaken belief that if 10,000 did so it would be recognized as an official religion,” a spokesman for the ONS said.

The census question on religion offered a series of tick-boxes for the major religions in the UK, including a free space for “any other religion.”

In the films, the Jedi knights are a noble order of protectors unified by their belief in a universal power called the Force.


Party last night went well. Trouble with Xlr8r. We’ll see how it turns out after Tomas gets back to me. Miles Tilman is a little hard to deal with.


A

February 16, 2003 at 3:05 pm Leave a comment

holy shit

Well this is funny:

edis Become a Force to Be Counted

 Email this story

Feb 13, 10:19 AM (ET)

LONDON (Reuters) – It’s official — “Star Wars” has created almost 400,000 Jedis in Britain.

Over 390,000 people wrote “Jedi” on their 2001 census form, more than those who registered their faith as Jewish, Buddhist or Sikh in the optional question on religion, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said on Thursday.

The Jedis declared their belief after a campaign on the Internet asked people to “do it because you love Star Wars” or “just to annoy people.”

“Star Wars devotees stated their faith as ‘Jedi’ in the mistaken belief that if 10,000 did so it would be recognized as an official religion,” a spokesman for the ONS said.

The census question on religion offered a series of tick-boxes for the major religions in the UK, including a free space for “any other religion.”

In the films, the Jedi knights are a noble order of protectors unified by their belief in a universal power called the Force.


Party last night went well. Trouble with Xlr8r. We’ll see how it turns out after Tomas gets back to me. Miles Tilman is a little hard to deal with.


A

February 16, 2003 at 3:05 pm Leave a comment

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