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Category: food

03/20/11 03:01- ID#53879

Lucky dogs

um... whatever i just ate from Lucky Dogs on Allen... omg. it's awesomely yum. it's veggie, it's spicy, it's amazingly yum. do it.

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03/19/11 06:34- ID#53867

Anicca

One of my favorite bloggers, Archdruid John Michael Green wrote about the catastrophes in Japan this week. His conclusory statement, "...there are good reasons why Japanese culture so insistently stresses the impermanence of life and the transience of worldly things." intrigued me - is Japan particularly known for stressing impermanence? So the magic google lead me to the the magic Wikipedia. Why, yes indeed, Japan has its own section of references in the article on Impermanence. Anicca, anitya, mujo.

Ceaselessly the river flows, and yet the water is never the same, while in the still pools the shifting foam gathers and is gone, never staying for a moment...



The lecture I gave at UBLaw about the impact of gas drilling on home made me very very sad. Bloss has been pretty much the same my entire life and I had forgotten its true impermanence and transience.



This week is the first time I've missed having a TV in quite a while. It's hard to understand the scope and scale of the natural disaster and the unfolding technological disaster without the visuals and constant updating of the news. However, this crazy video came to my attention via a salon.com post. I already posted it in chat but it's still on my mind so I'm sharing it again. A little background on the artist along with an entertaining and kinda informative video.



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Category: weather

03/17/11 05:59- ID#53861 pmobl

Spring really is coming!

Flowers!

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Category: friends

03/16/11 10:36- ID#53847 pmobl

Spa day!

As much as I disliked the purse & jewelry party jill & kelly made me go to, I like our spa days. We went yesterday. I got a facial for the first time... Amazing! Also got a massage. I don't fit in at the spa, of course, but the women are super polite about my non conformity.

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Category: school

03/14/11 11:17- ID#53829

How I got to Buffalo

My first trip to Buffalo was through it to get to Niagara Falls on a family vacation. I think I was about eight years old. Second trip was in 1992 for the Grateful Dead show at Rich Stadium. Third trip was to scout the law school in April '08. Fourth trip was to look at apartments in July. And then I moved in August.
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Category: weather

03/12/11 03:44- ID#53814 pmobl

Confused

More snow in bloss than buffalo

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Category: friends

03/09/11 09:02- ID#53797 pmobl

Beer club!

It's stout month at mr.goodbar's beer club. Missing (e:puddlediving) and shameless!

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Category: friends

03/08/11 11:09- ID#53789 pmobl

Mardi gras

I'll post more later!

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Category: work

03/07/11 01:46- ID#53778

West Side Bazaar now open!

Follow up to (e:heidi,53710) & (e:heidi,50973)

The West Side Bazaar opened Thursday, March 3, at 242 Grant Street, Buffalo, NY 14213 (between Guercio's and Sweetness 7) with seven vendors representing Peru, Nepal, Palestine, Rwanda, Sudan, and the West Side of Buffalo. Here are some pix of the wares.

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Martha Sosa is a Peruvian chef. She made wings... Peruvian style.

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But of course I didn't have any... I had this salad and for as much as I dislike lima beans, it was really good. I'd eat more lima beans if they tasted like this.
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Open 11-6, Thursday, Friday & Saturday. Go visit!
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Category: friends

02/27/11 11:14- ID#53746

Video!

I posted videos on YouTube! My phone really isn't too bad for this kind of thing!

A's new band, Houston Pipe Crew, played at the East End Pub in Corning, N.Y. (e:heidi,53591)

Pride & Joy (Stevie Ray Vaughn cover)


Eleanor Rigby (Dave the drummer likes doing this one because he also plays cello)



Dave playing cello:
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Route 66 (R&B standard by Bobby Troup)


Here are photos from the gig.

Houston, the lead singer, is a hoot to photograph.

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