Monthly Archives: November 2012

51 Plastic Alto posts that mention ‘Chicago’

The search functions would like us to believe that all 51 of these posts mention Chicago, my kind of town, where I did burst forth two score and eight years ago, into this great nation: Birds of Chicago is: JT … Continue reading

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Birds of Chicago is: JT “Jeremy” Nero and Allison “Alli” Russell

I caught in a sense Birds of Chicago at Don Quixote in Felton Tuesday night, or it caught me. More to come. THE LIGHT IN ME BOWS TO THE LIGHT IN YOU; or, THEY SEE HORSES, DON’T THEY? edit to … Continue reading

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the theme of my life is blank

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGE1vX1m-_I&feature=channel&list=UL Terry and I went to a lecture and screening tonight on campus hosted by Penny Lane. Terry asked a question. I enjoyed the presentation and was suitably impressed although nodded off a few times. Penny has made or is … Continue reading

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Choe way out

I walked upstairs office space above Jing-Jing in Palo Alto one night and bought a calendar from David Choe. I may have met his patron that night, the now famous Time Man of The Year mutant millennial billionaire from Harvard … Continue reading

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Burden of D.R.E.A.Ms

I’M A LITTLE MACAPUNOS, DON’T YOU KNOW? Speaking of “bonfire of the vanities” (Frank was, at 1:40, above), I would like to eventually get to, as Steve Cohen reports he already has, the new Tom Wolfe book. Meanwhile, Terry Acebo … Continue reading

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Sonny and the SoMas

If I could be a total cliche guy, today I would spend about six hours watching football, and drinking Guinness and or scooping guacamole (mole de aguacate) with Casa Sanchez corn chips. There’s also room for about an hour or … Continue reading

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Mark O’Brien and Stephen Hawking

“Doctor Hawking, what can you say to all the disabled people who are stuck in nursing homes or living with their parents or in some other untenable situation and who feel that their life is over, that they have no … Continue reading

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