Wednesday, December 20, 2006
Sunday, November 26, 2006
after the race
Originally uploaded by bobby toe.
game of foot down
busternut 2 went well. about 60 people raced.
pinata bull head: sean: first place
bmx pads (thanks greenlee's): tony: rode a bmx
streamers (thanks greenlee's): bernadette: fashion!
light-up grips: luke: travelled farthest (from NYC)
gift certificate for tune-up at greenlee's: seth: best sound system
gift certificate for tune-up at greenlee's: claire: gatekeeper
gift certificate for $10 at bliss: kelsey: youngest
gift certificate for $75 at harper's bike shop: brian: second place
gift certificate for $20 at harper's bike shop: rice: third place
gift certificate for $25 at tomato head: brad: last place
gift certificate for $25 at tomato head: hilary and david: gatekeepers
gift certificate for $25 at tomato head: julie: gatekeeper
Wednesday, November 08, 2006
Wednesday, November 01, 2006
Monday, October 23, 2006
Tuesday, September 05, 2006
Tuesday, August 29, 2006
Harper's bike shop team finished first, in about thirty minutes, so they won the coveted trophy known as "Buster." They will bring Buster back for the next alleycat. Most people finished the ride in about an hour. After the ride, we gave out prizes (including Tomato Head gift certificates and cookies) for style and stuff.
Your article helped make our event a success. Again, thanks.
P.S.- anyone who wants to hear about the next Busternut or similarly fun activities should email email@example.com
also: results will be posted at: http://busternut.blogspot.com/
and: pictures will be posted at: http://flickr.com/photos/bobby
Wednesday, August 23, 2006
Friday, August 11, 2006
P.F. #1 has become born and grown and lived and shown its charity and, to quote Whitman, it will forever "be curious, not judgmental." It has not been solved. Near 200 contributions have been made, and near 10,000 people have gandered."
Tuesday, August 08, 2006
Saturday, August 05, 2006
Saturday, July 29, 2006
Friday, July 28, 2006
Wednesday, July 26, 2006
Wednesday, July 19, 2006
Thursday, July 13, 2006
Originally uploaded by Marcus Woollen.
for the first time ever, more people will live in cities, this year, more in cities than out of cities.
also, the sunset lines up with manhattan's streets. it does this twice a year. today it does it. it did so in may, too.
Monday, July 03, 2006
Sunday, June 25, 2006
Tuesday, June 20, 2006
Monday, June 19, 2006
Tuesday, June 13, 2006
Tuesday, June 06, 2006
Originally uploaded by bobby toe.
weekend before last, rafted ocoee. above is a part of the ocoee. last weekend, went to chattanooga for brother's wedding reception. have not had time to process those pictures or write delicate pretty sentences that go together in a series to tell a story.
ok. last week, I sold my clarinet on ebay for $100 in five minutes. then I sold my guitar for what it went for in an ebay auction for $86. It's Xclnt.
and today I got all signed up that is I paid $1900 for a bar review class. in return I can study a few books for a while, then I have to return the books. the books are specially set for this bar exam. they are good and I will use them a lot.
gary, you asked me about new music. I don't have your email address. if you send me your email address I'll try and point you at a few things I'm hearing.
Friday, May 26, 2006
Tuesday, May 23, 2006
Sunday, May 14, 2006
Friday, May 12, 2006
Thursday, May 11, 2006
screening today at bicycle film fest in NYC
trailer is here it's very, very
another one is M.A.S.H., re San Francisco bikers I think, go (warning:) straight to trailer here, it too is very
and another, though still re bikes, not part of that fest, and, it's mountain bikes, and slick, so, opposite, but, still.
Wednesday, May 10, 2006
Tuesday, May 09, 2006
Monday, May 08, 2006
Sunday, May 07, 2006
from the country the day of the hurricane,
trees were across the road and small branches
kept rattling on the roof of the car
There was ten feet or more of water
making the parkways impassible with wind
bringing more rain in sheets. Brown torrents
gushed up through new sluices in the
valley floor so that I had to take what road
I could find bearing to the south and west,
to get back to the city. I passed through
extraordinary places, as vivid as any
I ever saw where the storm had broken
the barrier and let through
a strange commonplace: Long, deserted avenues
with unrecognized names at the corners and
drunken looking people with completely
foreign manners. Monuments, institutions
and in one place a large body of water
startled me with an acre or more of hot
jets spouting up symmetrically over it. Parks.
I had no idea where I was and promised myself
I would some day go back to study this
curious and industrious people who lived
in these apartments, at these sharp
corners and turns of intersecting avenues
with so little apparent communication
with an outside world. How did they get
cut off this way from representation in our
newspapers and other means of publicity
when so near the metropolis, so closely
surrounded by the familiar and famous?
Thursday, May 04, 2006
Wednesday, May 03, 2006
"A good test to determine whether or not your material is Cringe-worthy: when you read it to yourself, do you physically cringe? Then it’s funny."
for more, see here
Tuesday, May 02, 2006
First Friday: May 5 (6 -11pm)
Ben Lindquist is a contemporary painter, working through traditional
folk art and American Realism. With an arrangement of maquettes and
large-scale paintings, Lindquist illustrates a wonderfully perverse
and purposeful image of our relationship to the outdoors.
Meet the artist Friday night.
Please stop by Wednesday for our open video screening / meeting. No
particular video is scheduled for tomorrow night - but we will be
scheduling specific events /conversations soon. Feel free to suggest
meeting topics - we're happy to hear from you anytime.
A Critical Reading Group (on Thursday nights)
The Dune Buggy Attack Battalion
The Art Gallery of Knoxville
317 N Gay St.
Knoxville, TN 37917
Monday, May 01, 2006
Sunday, April 23, 2006
Saturday, April 22, 2006
Thursday, April 20, 2006
just found out there's a new documentary re Townes Van Zandt, a favorite musician. check out the post at this blog for more about the man and the movie. And click on title, above, for the movie's site, which has a trailer.
Seems it's showing in Nashville starting today, stopping on the 26th, in the Nashville Film Festival. Otherwise it may be bought. Might make a good graduation present for somebody.
When I’m older I write only once a week. The rest of the time I heal and drink juice cocktails and read and talk to people. This method seems to work for me and over time I even start to fart poems. The Corcoran asks me to do an exhibit of poems associated with infrared photographs of farts. I spend days matching poems to the right farts, finishing in just enough time to drive to Florida and see my great-uncle, my separated cousin, and her two babies.
A boy can be your boyfriend without actually being your boyfriend. On the way you stop to wander through Glen Echo Park. The ancient cries of fun echo and re-echo. Years later I remember holding your hand. My memory is unreliable.
Favorable notice in another paper. On the fire escape the man asked me if I had hyperthyroid condition. Offended, I insisted my thyroid was normal.
I realize that I have been as repressed in my poetry as I have been foolish in real life. When my writing goes well I attribute it to God. When I kissed you in the car I blamed myself. We were in the church for hours discussing our favorite cathedrals. There is always something I have not bothered to remember.
You are my secret best friend. I am a gas station attendant. When someone gives me a tip it is like I have done something great. I feel great as I pump gas.
one of the better-designed sites I've seen
must mention that haven't got the format right for blogger- I mean, the poem looks different as posted at octopus magazine number 07.