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The Top 29 of 09 – Part V

Part V – 9 – 1 Arbitrary, yes.  Everything that really matters and can’t be cured by either select memory or a glass of water and Tylenol will essentially be the same tomorrow morning (or early afternoon).  Necessary, also yes. … Continue reading

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The Top 29 of 09 – Part I

Part I – 29 – 25 I consciously try to build anticipation during day to day activities that have no business being memorable.  This includes making the last bite of meal the best bite, (the  fork full of salad that … Continue reading

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Underrated Album of the Month: The Clientele – God Save the Clientele

This is not pop. This does not sound like the Monkees. The Clientele create such a dreamy atmosphere, exemplified with the success of a seemingly thrown away track like the spoken The Dance of the Hours that in a way I can see the lumping of them with a genre associated with shimmery beauty – but this is more. Continue reading

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I Am The Very Model of A Modern Daydreaming Commuter

The dedication that I pour into convincing myself that my daily commute over a distance greater than even the most emaciated and strangely dry Sudanese runner could attempt to finish in one day requires hours of my efforts and many … Continue reading

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The Golds

Privilege, in its out of the nest spasmodic role in my life, is very confounding. Despite being raised amongst relative fiscal comfort and at the very least, a semblance of prestige (coming more from decor than demeanor), a large section … Continue reading

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