Wednesday, March 22, 2006

more legitimate dangers. um, yeah. the oil bone connected to the war bone connected to the debt bone, but only over beers would the rapture solve anything, settle a bet. didn't realize rapture anticipation was national policy. put the environment on its to-do list.

the news isn't all bad. just in time for our trip to spain, a chilled out eta.


blogger has been foul the last few days so here's hoping it's going to recall posting a post without all the template scurvy. how's to.

name that fungi.

this morning on train a man next to me talks softly, taps, points to consecutive bags of dried mushrooms. beautiful specimens all, hooped together on a silver ring. like carpet samples. i have to break his concentration to leave. wishing general thoughts of good luck on all mushroom tests.

dreamt of an uber nasdaq that was like the polls reporting in, a daily rating in dollars in the stock we put in celebrity, like any other brand(ing). i open a newspaper with new purpose and there in the fineprint, as if i were first learning to read, is Britta right next to Brittany Spears. now i understand business, i think. Brittany's got to cut in front of somebody in line at the Walmart today to boost her share.

another consecutive thing.. a series of graffiti pieces- some roof, some building- crossed out in memory yellow and the large, bad handwriting above, "smile you are being watched."


Blogger Steve Halle said...

I read the NY Times article on Philips new book, and it will be shot to the front of the queue. Thanks for the tip. Have you ever read Confessions of an Economic Hitman? That book made me think about some ideas the Philips book may/will corroborate. Scary politics and scary agendas. The collective mind of our country is suffering from severe attention deficit in order for the wool to be pulled over so many people's eyes. Thanks again.

8:57 AM  
Blogger Kerri said...

Thanks for the book recommendation.. always appreciated!

8:25 AM  

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