June 27th, 2004

Ceci n'est pas une personne.

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I saw this in another journal:
A 'Spiderman' is the art of pulling out just before the vinegar strokes, chucking your fat into your hand, then flinging it in the girls face whilst triumphantly shouting "Go web go!!"
[Please excuse the limey (brittish) terminology, I can translate from that barbaric tongue to civilized American English if you require it.]

Maybe it's just the women I know, but I can't image any guy doing that and living to tell about it. And assuming they did live, they would be a brain dead vegitable in a full body cast shitting themselve for the rest of the meger existance.
Ceci n'est pas une personne.

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[Warning... You might not want to follow the link. Also, I make up the text as I go along and tend to ignore a few minor facts like the guys face is covered with tattoos. I conside the fact ignoring good training for a future in political advertising.]

The guy was thinking... "I want a Tattoo where no one will see it..." Forgetting the tattoo artist and his camera...
Ceci n'est pas une personne.

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I'm posting this with "Lynx". Why you ask? Because IE has the security hole so I made the mistake of "upgrading" to Mozilla's Firefox. And everytime I try to update my journal FireFox locks up. WTF? Can Mozilla produce any crappier code?!?!?!?

Anyway...

This morning was all weeking all the time. Then I spent 4 hours hiking in Forest Park and taking pictures. Then off for beer with friends. And now I am home and it's time for dinner.


It's odd how the eye precieves thengs compared to the camera. Technically the camera is more accurate but the eye is more pleasing. Like the pictures I took today. Forest park is technically a rain forest (not tropical, just lots of rain and very lush). The light filters down through all the leaves. What looked fairly balanced to mean comes out with a strong green tint on the camera. So do I leave it the technically correct color or do I edit the pictures by adding more red to make it more what I saw it as?

Anyway, off to dinner...