Thursday, August 29, 2013
Anyway, my point, and it's important: I believe in you.
|As far as the eye can see.|
1 green zebra
1 purple cherokee
1 full-on red tomato (variety to be decided)
And that's it! All volunteers will be pulled up [he says now]!
Well...and lettuce, potatoes and garlic, but that stuff doesn't go berserk like these tomatoes did. Lordy.
|Guare ca. '90: dapper|
Having a rich friend is like drowning and your friend makes life boats. But the friend gets very touchy if you say life boat.
Wednesday, August 28, 2013
1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil
1/4 cup red-wine vinegar
1/4 fresh parsley
1 medium tomato, quartered and seeded
5 anchovy filets (!!!)
2 cloves garlic (but I will use five)
1 tablespoon capers, rinsed
Blend in a blender or with an immersion blender.
(recipe (C) and (p) them)
|Also, very Zelig/Twelve Monkeys, but: how did ChangesTwo-era Bowie|
end up at the Stonewall riots (third from left)?
Tuesday, August 27, 2013
BUT! I just realized that I had never mentioned here the time that Ray, Shappy and I went to see Under the Cherry Moon during the Great 1986 Miamisburg Train Derailment. A train carrying white phosphorus derailed, fell into water and there was a chemical reaction! Schools closed! Or maybe they hadn't started yet. Regardless, the citizenry were all told to stay indoors. But we bravely piled in to Ray's 1962 Beetle. Ray even wore a gas mask, so we could attract weird looks from other intrepid travelers.
We watched the movie (theatre was empty but for three middle-aged ladies), then went home.
That's the Under the Cherry Moon story. It's practically a sequel.
|Maybe all the "tongue out" in every available |
VMA photo is a tribute to Bub?
I cannot and will not sit still for her assisting in the furtherance of "Blurred Lines," though.
TAKING TO THE STREETS RIGHT NOW!