Tag Archives: Experiments in Person

In the Wrong Place at the Wrong Time

What happened was this: A person leaving the bar from point A (the bar’s parking lot) wanted to get to point B (the street directly across from the bar’s parking lot) by crossing Line C (Westheimer, a busy road).  They … Continue reading

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On the Benefits of the Cold, Finally, Being Here

And by cold, I mean cool. And by being here, I mean occasionally dropping by to say hello for a few days before heading back north. And by finally, I mean finally. Benefit #1: The feasibility of taking long, hot … Continue reading

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On Staying Up All Night

Which I did for the first time in a long time last night. Megan and I had a Veronica Mars marathon (the last seven or so episodes) after having a blast at the Houston Entertainicle Fundraiser Party Bash Thingie.  While … Continue reading

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On Being Sick, But Not Really

So Megan was telling me this story about this guy who had a sleeping sickness.  Not the kind you get from the Tsetse Fly, no, or, in fact, any sort of real sickness.  Instead, what this guy had was a … Continue reading

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On Why Sunday Feels Like Saturday

Yesterday, here’s the extend of what I did: 1. Watched The Expendables with Glenn. 2. Played a whole lot of Fallout 2. This means that most of my day was spend enclosed in a darkened space either windowless or heavily … Continue reading

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On Fun and Fundraising

Tonight Theater 42 will be the star of Spacetaker’s Cultured Cocktails event at Boheme, a bar close to the intersection of Fairview and Taft.  The timeline states we’ll be there from five (5) to ten (10) peddling ourselves and our … Continue reading

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Poetry and Art On Demand!

And, really, what could be better than that? Imagine, a poet in your house, following you around, ready at any moment of the day to write a poem on the spot on any suggestion that comes into your head.  Imagine! … Continue reading

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On Allergies and the Noses that Love Them

I am firmly entrenched in the belief that snot is stored in a dehydrated, highly-concentrated state and that, if removed wholly from the average human being, could fill a suburban swimming pool with only the most modest amounts of water. … Continue reading

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A Play in the BooTown Houston Fringe Festival!

Pleased you would be to mark your calendars for the 15th, 16th, and 17th of May in the Year of Our Lord 2009. Specifically, clear your schedule for the hours of 5 to 7 pm on the 16th and 17th … Continue reading

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Short Notice for AWP 2008 and Reviewwatchers

Which are much like birdwatchers, except with a less-detailed taxonomy and vocabulary. Still, if you are one of these, please find a new review, uncategorized (though in the family Poeticae), at Rattle.com here. The notice for AWP attenders is that … Continue reading

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