Nothing necessarily wrong with long-distance nosistics, Mark. Bear that in mind in your new land of Mid-Atlantic Divides, and godspeed on differently pronominal sagas.
This list is of paramount importance. Thanks, Zachary.
Article? It was hardly intended as such. And most readers would hardly mistake it as an attempt thereat. Thanks, however, for the hardly subtle reminder that writing blurby, neat-news-item nuggetry for the web is at times an utter waste of time and, worse, words.
Thank you for chiming in, Nycgallerygirl. The additional input is much appreciated. The link, too. Ciao
The image accompanying the home gallery piece (#5) is from an opening reception at Centotto. The artworks visible are by Jim Herbert (the large painting) and Adam Simon (the other two paintings). The angelic sculpture dangling from the ceiling is by Tim Kent.
This made my day. It might also make my year, as I just altered my resolution. It was, previously: Drink more water. (Seriously.) It is, now: Acquire all of this bullshit. (Maybe not so seriously. Insufficient 'enndz,' as it were.)
I think the textured walls might've floored me the most. He must have one of those historical preservation residences. Freemasons!
As for the first item, the plasma toilet, no less hilarious than its relative inscrutability (well, perhaps it incinerates fecal deposits at such high temperatures that they not only sublimate, but their miasmal traces are also immediately annihilated, the perfect gadget for someone who wants to be sure that his shit doesn't stink), is that only moments after he names that possession, he says something about 'if I gotta squeeze running outta time.'
Perhaps there's a go-go-Gadget item to take care of that?
If not getting it is later qualified as not not getting it,
then has it not all become passive,
has it not all become rhetoric?
Romans, let us yuck.
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