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23.May.2013 is this and yes: The Nostalgic Urge in My Bloody Valentine — Steve Wright

These days accolades for the new release of a canonized indie rock act arrive before anyone has a chance to hear the album. Critics for the major tastemaking portals compete to be the first to best frame such albums, days before the masses have a chance to legally acquire a copy, and weeks before anyone can really gain […]

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08.May.2013 Goods & Services: Convolute on Fruits

{Indicate processed, canned, dried, or preserved} fruits Major issue is obviously definitional.  There is a discrepancy (bordering on animosity) between the botanical definition (which relates to seed-bearing tissue) and the culinary definition (basically any plant matter that tastes sweet).  Many foods satisfy the botanical definition but not the culinary definition (e.g. tomatoes, cucumbers). Fewer foods […]

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29.Apr.2013 Cool Ranch Doritos — Matt Diamond

Gregory hated going to the Techno-Psych. He felt like a computer on a lab bench, wires exposed in harsh fluorescence. But he knew he needed to go. His mind was “a ship torn apart by two odd captains,” or at least that’s what the Detector said. It was prone to overly florid language, an unfortunate design decision. Gregory had […]

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14.Apr.2013 The Woodcuts of Loren Kantor

                                                Editor’s Note:  Loren Kantor is a xylographer (i.e. a woodcutter) and writer living in Hollywood, CA.  Most of his works involve portraits, but I thought that the “Open Road” was particularly relevant […]

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24.Mar.2013 DR Unabridged Guide to Goods & Services: Chives

{Indicate fresh, raw or unprocessed} chives Allium schoenoprasum, from the genus Allium (edible onions). The main difference between chives and green onions is that people have given green onions a variety of names (scallions, spring onions, salad onions, table onions, green shallots, onion sticks, long onions, baby onions, precious onions, yard onions, gibbons, or syboes) whereas people only refer […]

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17.Feb.2013 Two Poems by Marc Carver

the past I got into the Jacuzzi with two women they looked like they had been around the block a few times. They chatted away and i pretended not to listen. They touched me with their toes and flirted with me a bit. They started to talk about their plumbing problems then the one who […]

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