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11/20/2016 11:25 #60715Lunchbox - Everything is Wrong With This
I don't get how anyone thinks this is an appropriate advertisement. Its a francise called Lunchbox that waxes womens vagina's and the icon is a woman standing with a heart stamp lunch box over hers. It's basically objectifying women as lunch boxes.
Who exactly is this even appealing to? The advertisement itself was part of a longer sales article trying to sell franchises which seemed liked it was targeted at gay guys. The article was in the Southwest airlines magazine found in the seat pocket on the way to Arizona back in October.
11/20/2016 11:01 #60714Where To Start
It's been so long since I've written. I didn't even document any of my trip to Arizona or Las Vegas which was pretty amazing. In a way I felt it didn't matter because (e:joe) was covering it anyways.
I guess I just am too busy, which is probably it's own issue and at the same time after documenting more than 10 years of my life at the micro level, I got bored with it.
The thing that really has me wanting to continue is that it provides a sort of future storage bank/insurance for my human brain which will certainly become more faulty as it ages.
Basically, it's nice to be able to confirm something did or did not happen and what the situation looked like.
This picture represents how I feel about social media right now.
09/11/2016 11:55 #60652Music Is Art
The music is art festival was awesome this year. There were so many electronic and dance music areas. I only wish we had gone earlier. (e:joe) and I got there around 4pm and danced a bunch but by the time (e:terry) arrived at 7 or so it was already starting to get stormy and by 8 it was down pouring. Luckily the stage under the bridge was fully tarped.
09/11/2016 11:24 #60651Tina's Wedding
(e:uchina) and I traveled to (e:Tina)'s and Jeremy's wedding in Syracuse last weekend. The wedding was so beautiful.
It was located at the Landmark Theater in Syracuse. The interior was one of the most intricate designs I have ever seen for a movie palace. Shea's has a similar style but this was way over the top. It borrowed from all kinds of asian and Arabic architecture and themes and then just blended it together with gold leaf. It gave you a feeling of being transported into a golden age of the big screen.
I am so happy to see them together. I just wish (e:lilho) and (e:hodown) could have been there.