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Me, my death, first post in a year [11 Nov 2004|02:50am]
I exported my LJ archives to a PDF. I had been reading some of my later entries, 2003, mostly. They were colder, mostly esoteric links and quotes, party invitations and the sort. The older stuff is better. I vaguely remember writing about my death, in any case, one shouldn't do so as it seems overly poignant two years later. Not that this would mean much to any of you, if there are any of you left, as the poignancy is rooted in that I know the author, and it's me, nevermind the numerous spelling errors.

I like to sleep in my office (which is in my apartment) because it has a bunch of windows. I feel like I'm in a city. I'd be crazy to leave here, I just need some drama.
(Seriously, you can't make this shit up.)
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[30 Oct 2003|01:57am]
Music is a world within itself
With a language we all understand
With an equal opportunity
For all to sing, dance and clap their hands
But just because a record has a groove
Don't make it in the groove
But you can tell right away at letter A
When the people start to move

They can feel it all over
They can feel it all over people
They can feel it all over
They can feel it all over people

Music knows it is and always will
Be one of the things that life just won't quit
But here are some of music's pioneers
That time will not allow us to forget
For there's Basie, Miller, Sachimo
And the king of all Sir Duke
And with a voice like Ella's ringing out
There's no way the band can lose

You can feel it all over
You can feel it all over people
You can feel it all over
You can feel it all over people

You can feel it all over
You can feel it all over people
You can feel it all over
You can feel it all over people

You can feel it all over
You can feel it all over people
You can feel it all over
You can feel it all over people

You can feel it all over
You can feel it all over people
You can feel it all over
I can feel it all over-all over now people

Can't you feel it all over
Come on let's feel it all over people
You can feel it all over
Everybody-all over people


My life is never ending.
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[25 Oct 2003|09:58am]
Please, please please make the marching band stop playing
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Cars are fun [13 Oct 2003|03:55pm]
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NYC Blackout Photos [16 Aug 2003|02:32am]
My photographs of the blackout in NYC at johnwehr.com/blackout

NYC takes to the streets

Party on Ludlow

The city sleeps

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first of all [10 Aug 2003|06:02am]
kendra you should have said bye. Nice meeting you though.

I met some nice people tonight but I feel most is lost. I don't trust you. Godspeed.
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[19 Jul 2003|05:53pm]
Holy crap I was drunk last night; I don't particularly remember composing my last post. I think we were getting some interested looks last night at Liquids. It's a little b&t but goddamn it's fun. Maybe I'll recap later on.
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better living through xenadrine [19 Jul 2003|04:38am]



Now that I have the business taken care of, I want to note that Kendra is hot, according to her Friendster. Yes you. No one called me that I wanted to call me tonight, but I did fall down and laugh with Cliona who is probably as strange as I am. My alligator cowboy boots are uncomfortable and my big painting isn't done. (how's that for an update...)
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Oh Hell Yeah [30 Jun 2003|12:53am]

Monday, June 30
08:00 PM - 10:00 PM

blah blah blah
No Delivery Setting

blah blah blah again


Blah MC # xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


Hollandse Chèvre($5.99/lb) $3.00
New York State Cheddar Extra-Sharp($4.99/lb) $4.99

3 Dannon Fruit on the Bottom Lowfat Blueberry Yogurt - (6oz) ($0.60/ea) $1.80
3 Dannon Fruit on the Bottom Lowfat Peach Yogurt - (6oz) ($0.60/ea) $1.80
1 Farmland 2% Lowfat Milk - (1/2 gallon) ($1.39/ea) $1.39
1 Tropicana Pure Premium Grovestand Orange Juice - Lots of Pulp - (1/2 gallon) ($2.19/ea) $2.19
1 Tropicana Pure Premium Orange Tangerine Juice with Calcium - No Pulp - (1/2 gallon) ($2.19/ea) $2.19

1 Birds Eye Deluxe Broccoli Florets - (10oz box) ($1.89/ea) $1.89
1 Birds Eye Deluxe Sugar Snap Peas - (8oz box) ($1.79/ea) $1.79
1 Birds Eye Deluxe Tiny Tender Peas - (10oz) ($1.89/ea) $1.89
2 Cascadian Farm Organic Edamame Soybeans In Pods - (10oz) ($2.29/ea) $4.58
1 Healthy Choice Cheesy Rice & Chicken - (9oz) ($2.29/ea) $2.29
1 Stouffer's Lean Cuisine Chicken Parmesan - (10.78oz) ($2.99/ea) $2.99

1 Carr's Table Water Crackers - (4.25oz) ($1.79/ea) $1.79
1 FreshDirect Tropical Fruit Granola - (16oz) ($5.49/ea) $5.49
2 Goya Kidney Beans - (15.5oz) ($0.79/ea) $1.58
1 Heineken - (12oz bottles 6pk) ($7.99/ea) $7.99
5 Nissin Cup Noodles Beef Ramen Noodle Soup Mix - (2.25oz) ($0.39/ea) $1.95
5 Nissin Cup Noodles Chicken Ramen Noodle Soup Mix - (2.25oz) ($0.39/ea) $1.95
1 Sunshine Cheez-It Hot & Spicy Crackers - (16oz) ($4.19/ea) $4.19
2 Uncle Ben's Long Grain & Wild Rice - (6oz) ($1.79/ea) $3.58

2 lb Chicken Breast Tenders - (Grade A, Vacuum Pack, Poultry Seasoning) ($3.49/lb) $8.98
2 lb Turkey Breast Cutlet - (Grade A, Vacuum Pack, Salt & Pepper Rub) ($3.99/lb) $9.98

2 Farmed Atlantic Salmon Steak - (10 - 12 oz, Cajun Fish Fry) ($5.99/lb) $8.83
2 Yellowfin Tuna Steak - (8 - 10 oz, Blackening Spice) ($14.99/lb) $17.35

Vegetables & Herbs
1 Broccoli - (Farm Fresh) ($1.79/ea) $1.79
1 lb Mesclun - (Farm Fresh) ($4.99/lb) $4.99
1 White Onion - (Farm Fresh, Lg) ($0.89/lb) $1.34

Fresh Direct in the mutha-fucking house
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Friendster Gone Horribly, Horribly Wrong [06 Jun 2003|02:00am]
her : see u were just tryin to get me to send the info
me : actually, no, that was true
me : I was going to stop talking to you though
her : was it gettin that dfficult?
me : its just lame
her : what?
me : being all, "im mystery internet person"
her : not sendin my profile
her : pls
I mean, whats the damn point
her : to annoy u
me : and you did
me : yay
her : which apparently worked
me : good work
her : ggggez now i am lame
her : nice
me : well it was sort of lame
her : it was an experiment to see how you would respond
me : which up till now was ok
her : i was bored..so sue me
me : hah are you a friendster scientist?
me : did you get a degree in friendstrology?
her : sooooo funny mr i will plaster all my info cause i am soooo friendly
her : pls
her : u are just as lame
me : do your thesis on friendstration?
her : mr. i am so interesting but not
: ok the buzz is either kicking in or wearing off
me : oh we can dish it out but we can't take it
her : I see
her : what did i dish?
me : you dished
her : like
me : you told me that it looked like my photos were taken drunk
me : not very nice.
her : no i didn't say that
her : i implied the partyin factor
her : and the girls seems liked people you were close to
her : that's what i dished
me : plus the whole anonymitity thing
me : for your amusment dr. freunden
her : ok me so sorry....for my own stupidity
me : teehee
her : i was just takin ...and you pose yourself as friendly...right
her : but if someone wants to talk without you knowing them directly or having a picture to look at they are lame
me : ah but it wasnt like that
me : you mentioned friendster in the first sentence.
her : so
me : you didnt say, hi, I stumbled across your photographs randomly
her : oh i forgot to lie
her : ooooops
me : rather, hi, I found your site on friendster, and I'm a doctor of friendosity
her : it was more like hi i was gonna send you a message at some ppoint
me : have you considered friendotherapy?
her : oh god
her : nevermind
me : ok ok I'll stop
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Memeufacture Redesign! [23 May 2003|12:30am]
Shout it from the mountain tops!
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Everything is fine. [27 Apr 2003|04:15am]
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[28 Feb 2003|07:15pm]
I was once asked which was better, Rufus Wainwright's or Jeff Buckley's version of "Hallelujah."

In my mind there is no doubt Jeff Buckley wins this contest.
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Ha I Hate This [13 Feb 2003|12:12am]
"So, the story goes that co-worker A got sick of co-worker B's constant profanity whilst playing Counter Strike. Co-worker A then hid a microphone next to co-worker B's desk, and captured this stream of rantings. Then, as co-worker A was a member of an electronic music-making concern, he endeavored to edit it all together. The end result was this: The Terrible Mr. G."

at my first mine
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Blogging Over Baghdad [12 Feb 2003|12:49am]
Very interesting reading from Salam Pax from inside Iraq. Well supposedly.
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[12 Feb 2003|12:09am]
I just realized something; using an underscore for a permanent link doesn't make much sense because people unfamiliar with the site don't realize that's what it is.
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Racial Slur On National Television Alert [10 Feb 2003|03:23pm]
"But I'll tell you what. I've talked to the commanders, and they tell me, 'Look, you deploy us down there, we stop the drug traffic dead'

We'd save lives because Mexican wetbacks, whatever you want to call them, the coyotes -- they're not going to do what they're doing now, so people aren't going to die in the desert."


transcript of the show

It is not acceptable to use a racial slur on national television. I encourage you to follow Mark Kraft's lead and notify pertinent parties about the issue. (link mails to comments@foxnews.com , investor@newscorp.com , mueller@newscorp.com , oreilly@foxnews.com)
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This May Have Been a Mistake [10 Feb 2003|12:06am]
I changed the influence ranking on Memeufacture significantly, the system now measures the popularity of the eight most recent first mentions of a particular site. This discriminates against particularly prolific link posters, but also removes the noise favoring them; I think the two cancel out. In any case the results are without doubt more accurate albeit not as favorable to the "big" sites.


Perhaps not at all surprising, it turns out the "big" sites continue to dominate in influence after the change, and that prolific writers are more likely to catch interesting things ealier on. At least we know that for sure now.
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