Help, I'm trapped in a web site!
great day of chess and barbeque in the park. Josh asked me to put up some of the
photographs from the Giant Sand show that we went to last Saturday. So
there you go.
to Prove It.
after the Sedona pics I got real motivated and decided to put
together slide shows of the New Year's weekend that Andrew, Joshua
and I spent together following our Cannonball Run to Arizona. I
even packaged all of these recent photos into one delightful page
Winter Way Out West.
Why? Because I'm fresh like that. Never let It be said that I
spend hours on this electric thingamajig for no reason.... I do
this for you, the real people--the people who are out there, day
in and day out, getting your hands dirty. I've ridden that horse,
my friend. Hey, my dad bought me a car after my free ride to
college too--so believe me, I know what you're going through. But,
just forget about all of that for a minute. Let me hold you.
Among the Trees...
Joshua and I drove a couple of hours north to Sedona, a little old
town in a beautiful part of the country. Arizona really is a
pretty rad state. We checked out a giant chapel built into the
red, red rocks and took a casual walk along Little Horse trail.
Joshua's back has been bothering him a lot more these past couple
of days. We had a good time, though, and you can see it all for
yourself in the
Sedona Slide Show.
There are fifteen photos and a few captions.
Gets a Haircut.
Truck Guy Drops Bike.
got some imitation narcotics and the tow truck guy brought his
motorcycle back. Then the guy let the bike fall over. The
bike is pretty roughed up, but Josh seems to be pleased. Check out a
bunch of pictures showcasing its condition.
took a spill.
in a motorcycle accident last night. He stayed in the hospital for 16 hours.
He fractured a vertebrae, and his left shoulder hurts, but he will
be okay. Have trouble trying to figure out what happened by reading
not gay or anything.
Here are a
couple of high-res photos of tonight's sunset here in "the best
run city in the world", Phoenix, Arizona. It was pretty warm
close to 70 degrees at one point. Click: One
. Sunsets are like this almost
every day, my friend. And I haven't altered these pictures
at all, by the way.
I've been getting quite a few Project Omni submissions from
folks who heard about the site from radio stations in Philly, PA
and Trenton, NJ. So let me kindly extend official sixfoot6
props to the DJs in question, whoever they are, for helping to
promote goodness and well being to the mid-Atlantic area.
Also, you'll find some new stuff on the left.
I received an
email this morning from a Tom Kief, who does a morning radio show
NY. HE expressed interest in interviewing one of us about
the Project Omni site. Could be fun. I wrote back and told him I
would do it for no less than seven dollars and one of his female
interns. Haven't heard back yet.
a favor and check out the twenty-one images I have just tweaked
and captioned and mounted and posted. These photos casually
document the 48 hours of fun, beauty and movement that was our
non-stop journey from Plymouth, Massachusetts to Phoenix, Arizona.
Road Trip Slides
as you would enjoy slides of Christmas 1959 in the Florida Keys at
your old Uncle Jimmy's house.
This has got to be
one of the most amazing things I have ever seen. Check out
at Rinkworks.com. It converts any text you
enter into one of several dialects: jive or redneck or the Swedish
Chef, etc. But what's cool is that you can use it to load up
ENTIRE web pages. Try it with sixfoot6.com, its friggin'
hilarious. The Dialectizer changes syntax, spelling,
diction, and occasionally inserts unexpected interjections.
Sweet lord, this will amuse me for hours.
I put up fifteen
pics of Christmas at home with the family
I'll be keeping the photos small from now on so you should be able
to view them quickly, should you happen to be interested. I'm
going to start putting together the road trip pictures, since
that's the good stuff.
i like this new format but at the same time i dont want my
life to look like a business, so im trying to find a happy
medium. i ran into a content soothsayer, but he didn't quite
do the trick. horrible joke. sorry. hell, somebody please email
many things are this color in the desert. joshua and i live near a
ranch park something place where we pulled up a picnic table to play
chess yesterday, and as we played, chickens and peacocks and pigeons
approached us and made funny bird sounds. there were rabbits, too,
and josh said "i wonder why the cats don't try to kill the
bunnies," and i laughed and then he laughed, the sun screaming
across in parallel from low to the horizon because here nothing grows
both tall and wide. the sky maintains a hue of true blue and even as we
speak it is sixty-one degrees outside. bass-heavy cars stream by
the front window, tricked out to the limit, without a spot of rust.
hmm, i had better start at the beginning... [more]
as you can see, my neat-o web site has grown a bit sleeker and faster
and let me assure you that these changes are all for the better and all
to benefit you, the user and me, the web guy. It's a new
Millennium, now, and things have to be better and faster and more
efficient and also better. Fewer errors and mittakes. Mostly
I just needed something to do and I figured it might be a good idea to
integrate some of my compartmentalized nonesense into a tight home page
front end thingy. I will post journal entries and site news and
links and other random stuff here, so you can expect it to grow longer
and longer. I'm living in Phoenix now; Joshua and Andrew and I
drove out here in my '79 Granada without any trouble and we spent New
Year's Eve in the desert around a campfire. I promise to spill my
guts soon about everything that has happened since before Christmas.
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