Thunder!

Jun. 5th, 2007 02:43 pm
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I haven't seen any lightning, but even if I do, it will not keep me away from the next-to-last session of Urban Farm. (Yay Urban Farm! Best class ever! I am going to miss it so much that I am looking into volunteering at one of Eugene's community gardens after the end of the term, just to get my "really big garden that I share with a bunch of people and we all hang out and work on it together" fix, because it is that awesome, even if I totally got a sunburn doing just that last Saturday.) And now I must finish proofreading my review of Michael Pollan's Second Nature, which I will be turning in today --- it turned out really well and I'm super-proud, especially of the way I used the phrase "really gets on my tits" in a way that was almost entirely appropriate except for how it's sort of an academic paper and all. Tee-hee! I'll put the full book report on TracyFood sometime soon, perhaps in sections because I rambled on and on and on for almost seven pages (only one of which was devoted to my deep aversion to the masculine generic --- Inclusive language forever, baby!)

Hot damn, it's pouring out. I'd better go let Iggy Pop in from the rain, and then look at bus schedules.

Holy crap!

Feb. 12th, 2006 01:28 pm
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Just when I think David Bowie can't get any cooler, it turns out he wrote the music to like half of Lust for Life, including the title track, which will now be stuck in my head for days. Oh and look, there's Iggy in the background vocals to Low. I know, I know, I should've been raised in a cave on Mars and then I would've figured it out sooner. But still, yay music! And now I will be going back to my semi-regularly scheduled breakfast (let me know if you figure that out; I'm still working on it myself).

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