black thumb, green thumb, dumpster thumb

Until very recently I suffered from a condition known as “black thumb,” which is the exact opposite of the condition known as having a “green thumb.” Page of poor lighting, queen of sporadic watering, keeper of the graveyard of greens! My sincerest apologies to every house plant that has ever had the displeasure of living […]

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mayan pride, united fruit

Two packs of “Mayan Pride” snow peas from Guatemala (a Styrofoam bed wrapped in clear plastic). Three packages of cut parsely from Holland (each bunch of three stems in a sealed plastic bag). Peaches from Spain (nestled in a topless plastic box and wrapped in a plastic net bag). Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, […]

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come not between the nazgul and the photocopier

So last night I go to the copy shop down the street to make a few Click Clack Gorilla’s to bring along to the Lee Hollis reading we were planning on going to later that night. The shop is self-service, but the Copy Man was impatient, wanted to look through all my papers, didn’t want […]

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green vaginas

A few months ago I posted a few guest peices from an old zine project by Tara Stewart (of George Goes Green (in)fame, seamstress, writer, seventh rider of the apocalypse, if you recall). Recently she got a little beaurocratic slap on the wrist (and a request to remove the offending blog entirely) from her boss […]

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the gods must be crazy

This is a picture of 21 kilos of strawberries. One kilo equals about 2.2 pounds. “Let them eat strawberry cake!” the queen she did say.

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