Slurpeez, donut. (That’s not cream…) BMW X3. You’ve got to give him some change. Much driving. Pinnaples, and russet potatoes (and everything else heavy). A fisher price burger from burger king. Cherry beach (but without the beatings). a list of 24 hour restaurants. Midnight driving adventures cure all ills. Except stomach pains.
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House to High park to waterfront to high park to waterfront to downtown to home. 23km. Many tasty pictures taken. Excercise is good for the soul.
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Most photography is masterbation. The world would be just as well off if it had never been done. Some photography is significant because its aesthetic value is transcendant. However, the argument could easily be made that photography is at its most valuable in the portrayal of real events. Photography can accomplish a certain kind of […]
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An interesting day, with stops at the 17th floor of the Canada life building, Fort York (interviewed for Humanitas festival), Duffrin grove park (free wifi!!), and a fruit store on bloor. Much walking, feet hurt. Tommorow first day of CPA. Strange dreams, strange dreams.
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“Don’t search for the answers, which could not be given to you now, because you would not be able to live them. And the point is, to live everything. Live the questions now. Perhaps then, someday far in the future, you will gradually, without even noticing it, live your way into the answer. “
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So I havn’t updated in a while. Kate got pretty sick, a stomach bug or something, so I’ve been taking care of her. She’s better now. And then we broke up. Figure I might as well write it here, as I hardly ever speak to any of my friends in person anymore. Oh, and I’m […]
I’ve learned that it was a year ago today that Karen Furstrand died in an automobile accident in richmond. This won’t be a long entry, for I don’t feel like I knew Karen well enough to say anything very meaningful about her that isn’t hurtfully tangential. That said, the fact that she brought joy into […]
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This morning I spoke with my mother and father on the telephone, and then went to brunch with Kate’s family, all in celebration of Mother’s Day. Some people can be awfully critical of this holiday, but I find it hard to criticize those times our society takes to celebrate the sacrifices of women, even it’s […]
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I just caught the tail end of today’s interview on the daily show, and it was certainly the best I’ve seen in a while. Fukayama’s recent withdrawal from the Bush supporting wing of the neo-con fold perhaps motivated the appearence on this show. Mostly, it was nice to see John Stewart interacting on a common […]
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