Friday, September 26, 2008

that 7-11 horchata tastes like vomit/
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it'd be cool to have a collective/to work the same lot of businesses/live under the same roof. working together/smoking pot/parties/whutever fuck. probably not even stick around at home at all. but i doubt people are actually capable of working together. it'll probably never work....unless i'm being a negative nancy and it would work...(?)/
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buses fucking suck. not all of 'em, but there are too few nice bus operators. i mean, how frustrating can driving a bus be? nooo. they have to be in a hurry and ditch a few stops to get to their destinations quicker/to the point where they become unreliable and inefficient/jeezus, man/you see two, three in a row sometimes so the next one can lag it an hour past it's scheduled arrival/fuck! i gotta pass that fuckingtest....

COMING SOON: A SERIES OF ACTION FLICK REVIEWS*

*"Action flicks" required for inspirational viewing for a short film [hopefully also coming soon]/more on that later.

2 comments:

Mr. Limbo said...

"it'd be cool to have a collective" > it can happen, but you need the "glue" to bond peeps together. A respectful leader with vision, goals, and cash flow are the primers. If you make a magnet, peeps will be attracted to it. Drugs (H, coke, speed) and wild sex at work can end things right away, so you ALWAYS need to weed out the weak, "emotionally challenged" peeps RIGHT AWAY. I'd guess only about 1 in 100 can stay productive smoking pot all the time, so that's not a great idea. Best to just smoke pot to help you brainstorm ideas, then just DO IT. Have rules, plan for the worst, expect the best, and save and share your resources, build ideas and things that will last...... The best collective I saw was in Atlanta (circa 1993) by a bunch of ska/punk/skate rich white folks. They had a big WHSE with a recording studio, a half-pipe, a stage and the like. Then some drunk girl fell to her death of a stage and that was the end of that scene.. Personally, I like some of what Andy Warhol and Co. did. The idea of having a place that supports all types of artists, and then making movies about/with it all.. I think Andy just lacked the humor a collective like that/this needs to stay active. Also, they did speed, not good... I'd say a little x & pot would be ok, alcohol can be ok, but alcoholics are not.. nuf, late...

pumpkinhead said...

"weed out the weak "emotinally challenged" peeps">really fucking true. almost too true, it's amazing how many people let emotions get in the way of a positive open mind, while being reasonably mindful of the negative. to take the good the bad and the ugly into account is a rare human quality from what i've come to experience....but surely they're un-impossible to find/