Today I read a book under a tree.
It was a very nice time.
re-affirmed that 8:30am is too early to start a shift of work in retail listened to the BBC and read the news for 3 hours took a nap under a tree in the park had a disappointing Starbucks beverage ate some oreos sat on the deck moderated psychological warfare via text message
K: Yo dawg, I heard you like talking so I'm having a conversation while having a conversation so you can talk while you talk.
P: Really? Did this just happen?
Sometimes I catch myself thinking that people don’t need more things. All we really need is space and time to enjoy it. The only permanent thing that we’ll ever own are our memories. Is that crazy? Aren’t we told growing up that we need to go to school to get good jobs to buy big houses full of things while we create miniature versions of ourselves to serve the same endless...
Let's take a moment to take a moment.
My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2009-7-26) →
Boards of Canada (51) The National (24) Modest Mouse (24) John Hornak (22) St. Germain (16) Imported from Last.fm Tumblr by JoeLaz
There once was a Vietnamese restaurant named Pho...
It was a very unfortunate name.
How the computer has revolutionized architecture →
I want to fly on some.
hallofmirrors: patrickpending: Applying to a foreign Univeristy and scholarships stresses me out. What university? The University of South Australia, which is in Adelaide. Fingers crossed.
Just sunshine and blue sky.
Applying to a foreign Univeristy and scholarships stresses me out.
My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2009-7-19) →
Stars of the Lid (39) Deerhunter (30) Fujiya & Miyagi (22) Newton Faulkner (17) Grizzly Bear (15) Imported from Last.fm Tumblr by JoeLaz
Conversations with myself.
Patrick: Can you do me a flavor?
Acting is simply revealing the truth.
True acting is never pretending.
How Many Words-Per-Minute Do You Read? →
You read between 350 - 400 words per minute. Well above average reading level. (The average rate is between 200 - 250 words per minute.) It is assumed that you did not skim the words nor fail to understand the meaning of what was read.