Tuesday November 27 2012


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Out in the middle of a parking lot is my car with all the windows rolled down, keys still in the ignition, and phone laying in the mid-console. Some guys are sorting through found items they’re considering to sell like bicycles, mopeds, and other misc household things. I get distracted analyzing one of the bicycles and meanwhile I notice one of the dudes sticking his hands through my car windows and pulling stuff out. I run over and confront him and find he’s rummaging through my trash bag. I get angry.

Me: “Excuse me? Look, I don’t really care if you want to have my garbage but you need to ask first! You didn’t even get my permission!”

He doesn’t seem to have any respect for me and neither does the other man. All of a sudden a gang of middle-aged people are lounging around inside my car smoking cigarettes and drinking and having a good time. I confront them in the same way. 

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Ezekiel 4:9 Cinnamon Raisin Bread. Apple Slices. Orange Juice.

Skyping with Aysena. It’s nice to see her face on my computer screen. She’s sad about life. I try to cheer her up and eventually our conversation gets brighter and more entertaining.

Catching up on writing.

Grilled Cheese with Hummus and Tomato. Sweet Maui Onion Kettle Cooked Chips with Salsa and Avocado.

Watching Meeting Evil (2012).

Downstairs Tristan and James are trying to learn “GSF”, an old MxPx song – James on the concertina and Tristan on bass. I do some crunches on the floor during. Darren, upset about an on going prank war between him and Kevin, is scheming. His maniacal laughter really enhances the moment when he takes a can of herring and strategically places it in discreet spots around Kevin’s room. I try to dissuade him in escalating this mini-war of theirs but he claims he must show who’s the best.

Me: “It’s just a power game. You obviously didn’t learn anything from history.”

Sipping on Coffee and continuing this day of writing.

A big, big Salad with an Egg. Then stuffing myself with Cherry Pie.

Watching Lockout (2012).

Cleaning out space on my computer.

Sleep 4:30 a.m.

[i] Matthew Divito.

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