31.3.09

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I just hate poetry, except Wordsworth and daffodils.  And enabler, a good word, I wonder if there's a poem about enabling.  I write that word all over my graph paper in cursive.
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10 comments:

  1. The car in the first picture reminds of the car a performer I saw in Seattle had. He also had a skeleton puppet that was mouthing songs by performers who had died.

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  2. having a car like that would take major devotion.
    I remember watching a video on youtube with a comedian who had a skeleton puppet, wonder if it's the same guy

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  3. thanks for commeting, I love your blog, I love that car.

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  4. Too much effort on that damn car.
    You drive it, you don't wear it.
    Pretty much guessing that whoever made it was clearly a virgin.

    Don't knock poetry, ever read Robert Frost? He's a great poet.

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  5. That car is awesome! I've seen some like that at the car museum in my city. I would never drive a car liket that -ever but they look awesome! The closest I would get is a hippy van. I've always wanted a hippy van! lol

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  6. That car is crazy! I love poetry, sometimes. As long as it's from the Romantic Period.

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  7. what a unique car!

    http://pinkchampagnefashion.blogspot.com/

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  8. what a colorful car!

    i love all your write-ups so don't hate poetry.lol!
    for me, you're a good writer!

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  9. Lucy: lol you're probably right.
    As for Robert Frost, I like two roads diverged and the poem about chopping wood, but something about him vaguely sets me off.

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  10. I get such a kick out of Ina Garten. Every episode of Barefoot Contessa is her husband Jeffrey's birthday and for some reason he lives in his own house and always answers the door in silk robes. Jeffrey is like the Hugh Heffner of the Hamptons.

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