Dohatsuten good omen smile face Cola

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edit to add, or ask: now why would the robot brain ai in WordPress suggest these three “Plastic Alto” titles or posts as follow up to this little ditty: a) “Happy Travels Patience Young” about a woman who retired recently from Cantor Museum and I met her and Jeannette Smith Laws at Windhoever and I tried not too hard to book either a Motown cover band or Big Bang Beat or Keta Bill solo for her going away party, and she’s a friend of Aleta Hayes, months ago i.e. during my campaign for council when I was like that Jim Carey movie and would say “yes” to everything, for karmic and kismetic purposes; b) Pass the Crisco which is about Stew my former client creator of “Passing Strange” but in this case I think I am previewing his newest cd, “Making it” I think it was called, about 2 years ago, a document that I lent to Beth Custer and it then disappeared into the aether, the title is an inside joke, a line cut from the workshop version of “Strange” and having something to do with stereotypes about men and anatomy, more than food; c) Remi Benson Serving Our Country is about a young woman I met in Birmingham, AL while on tour with Henry Butler in 2003 or so, and she has been in the military this whole time. At one time I thought Beth’s song “Home” should be re-title “Saving Remi Benson” and would become an anti-war anthem.

Dohatsuten might be the best restaurant in Palo Alto, dollar for dollar, noodle by noodle.

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About markweiss86

Mark Weiss, founder of Plastic Alto blog, is a concert promoter and artist manager in Palo Alto, as Earthwise Productions, with background as journalist, advertising copywriter, book store returns desk, college radio producer, city council and commissions candidate, high school basketball player; he also sang in local choir, and fronts an Allen Ginsberg tribute Beat Hotel Rm 32
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