Wednesday February 8 2012


DREAM: A big flat screen computer. Engaging in a video game. It’s one of the hardest levels in DOOM. My character is the Baron of Hell, the tall creature with goat legs. I have the ability to float in an outside arena. Dodging a multitude of fireball blasts coming from the enemy. I maneuver the computer mouse forward and back diving my character down and up in a zigzag pattern. I fire rockets rapidly at the colossal Steam Demon before me. He’s at his end and explodes in a bloody dust. Game over.

Waking up some time after noon. Margot doesn’t remember having sex with me before going to sleep. Figures. She makes me an Egg and Cheese Biscuit with Pineapple Orange Juice for breakfast. Before she takes me to get my car out of the shop we engage in fiery hot sex to make up for her memory loss...

Tomato and Hummus Sandwich with Popcorn and Honey Green Tea.

Continuing the ever-going process of organizing music files. Something went wrong the other day and now I have to double-check everything.

Strawberry Yogurt. Granola Bar.


On and off watching Bully (2001).

James Graves chats with me while I cook dinner. Sorting through his romantic ventures at work...

Black Beans and Rice with Garlic, Broccoli, Onions, and Carrots.

Poker night. First one in a while. Players: Art, Kevin, James Graves, Darren, Nicole, Tim, and myself. I make homemade Chocolate Chip Cookies for everyone. Distracting chatter builds up during the game causing an expected social stress in the atmosphere. Topics on diet come up...

Darren: “Steak on a plate still tastes good.”

Me: “Wow. What a great argument. But you still have to taste it.”


It’s down to Kevin and Art. Art takes the win.

Back to organizing music files.

Brush up phone call with Margot. Towards the end...

Her: “I love you.”

Me: “Love you too.”

Her: “How much?”

Me: “There is no much. It’s not a volume. It just is or it isn’t.”

Her: “Tell me how much you love me...”

Me: “I just do.”

Her: “No. Tell me how much you love me.”

Me: “If you have to hear a volume the moon and back. That’s the best I can do.”

Sleep eventually...

[i] Space Train, 1981. Shigeru Komatsuzaki.

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