Female Aussie shephard mix escaped backyard about 4 pm, Sunday. She's brown and white; harlequin face; sweet disposition - loves people and others dogs. Please contact animal shelter or respond to this posting as soon as you've seen her or have her
Last seen behind Bally's Total Fitness on Sleater-Kinney
Anybody just hear/feel that? Near St Pete's.
Oh, woe is me.
I cannot rely on Zhonka
to be consistent.
"Outage? reboot modem."
Yeah but why every day, huh?
This makes no sense, guys.
They ask for e-mail
when I have no access, so
how do I send it?
Is anyone else
having the same issues? Please
call me now Zhonka!
We'll be practicing @ the Capitol Lake amphitheater Wednesday night (04/22) from 7:30 - 8:30 (unless it's raining) for the I Love You variety show. If you're so inclined, come watch. And if you're adventurous, bring some of your own poetry to read.
We Are All Each Other’s Stories
and kidnapped rhetoric fondled
like flesh stretched and contorted
a playdough plagiarism rampant
in areas urbane and mundane
And why not? All civilization
is fodder for carry-on eventually
And you, yeah, you in the subs,
we see you and we hear you On*Star
won’t help you now its been outsourced
and you’re roaming stuck in the middle
of Wal-Mart contributing to
the sweet green decay
and golden gleam
of currency seems
a gingivitis of the soul. We dig
the past to peek but continue too
Come, part mental eyes a squint
askance in candlelight to see
ancestors bones revealing
ancient tomes re-leaved and
the greatest secret held within
said only that: “We are
all each other’s stories…”
Tuesday, July 29, 2008 3:29:20 AM
So I'd likes to, er, pre-post...
in case a portrayal
of any detraction
actually, case in
point, raises a
I'd like to be post-
ing a retro-action
in case a poor
trail or any protraction
cases raise points.
...stop reports kos I'l die?
I don’t think so,
so I think, don’t
Interesting stuff, anybody else listening?
I saw HAPA tonight at the WA Center. Brought up some very intense emotions from times gone past. So this message is to them, mahalo!
I just walked two blocks to my apartment in Olympia Washington with your songs in my heart and a tear in my eye for Maui. From 1988 - 1991, I lived in Puapake Puamana in Lahaina, Honokowai, Kihei, Wailuku, Pai'a, Makawao, and Kula. I've been back once to visit and it was like I never left.
Your music as well as Uncle Willie, Keola Beamer, Hector and Raphael, and others has kept the spirit of Aloha alive in my heart while I've been away.
My brother, Toru Yokoyama, was an exchange student from Nigata prefecture in Japan. He came to stay with my family in Olympia when I was in high school. He was the older brother I never had, being an only child. He taught me my first three guitar chords. When I fell on hard times after college, he was there to help me get back to level. I felt lost when he moved to Maui in 1987. But, he was just preparing a welcome for me later.
When I went to visit him in 1988 for a two week vacation, I found I had a large extended family I'd never met. My new aunties and uncles fed me and taught me, and my new brothers, sisters, and cousins showed me what it was like to live in love and happiness. Maui didn't steal my heart and soul, I gave it willingly.
I sold my ticket back home on the third day of my visit, because I was already there.
While I lived on Maui and worked at the Hard Rock, Studio Blue, PWC, and the Tiger's Den/Restaurant, I felt my spirit settle into the island as it's spirit settled into me. I was working three jobs so didn't have the time or money to visit the other islands, but Maui had everything I needed for the next few years.
is that in two mid-west US states they've already outsourced their drive-thru services overseas. Does this mean that the NSA will be listening everytime someone orders from their car? It seems to match the criteria for foreign-to-domestic communications they have so gleefully coveted, ilegally without warrants...
Can you imagine applying to the FISA court for a warrant to listen to the McDonalds drive-thru? LOL!
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) — McDonald's (MCD) wants to outsource your neighborhood drive-thru. The world's largest fast-food chain said Thursday that it is looking into using remote call centers to take customer orders in an effort to improve service at its drive-thrus. Company officials said the idea, being tested at a small number of restaurants in the Pacific Northwest, is aimed at reducing the number of mistakes. full story: