Fits and Starts Friday March 4, 2005, 4 comments

I have nothing of value to add to Rain today. Other than the next sentence, I’ll let the minor facelift of A Rain of Frogs be a verbless commentary on my state of mind.

Fish, bicycles, Wilco, a shotgun toke and a half-dresses barrista. Think about it.


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caerulea Friday March 4, 2005


nice wallpaper. grandma would be proud.
~c

K Friday March 4, 2005


reminds me of m. c. eschers “lizards”

i liked the frog more …

K Friday March 4, 2005


ha! Nachtrag:

fish = evil!!!! >:(
bicycles = good
Wilco = support for R.E.M. on their Reveal-Tour
shotgun toke = “wenn ich die erwische…!”
half-dressed barrista = never met one

K

Jorge Saturday March 5, 2005


The Wallpaper is FROGS!

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