Life Speed

Toby and I got up at 4:30 this morning so I might drop him off for a 6:45 a.m. flight back to San Francisco. It’s now 8:30 a.m. and I am dead-tired. Already. And the work-day has only just begun.

Overall, it was a great weekend. It was nice to spend some time with Toby – away from home. It was nice driving around our old Brooklyn neighborhood. We stopped by The Garden and purchased 25 dollars worth of homemade perogies. We drove down to 1205 Manhattan Avenue where we once lived in a 3000 square foot loft over-looking the northern view of Manhattan. We visited Kate’s Joint twice and the Ace Bar. It was most wonderful finally meeting Rachel. It was great catching up with Essl again. But the weekend was short, too. It just moved by too quickly. Before I knew it, we were setting a most alarming 4:30 a.m. wake-up call last night at 11.

I haven’t had a lot of time to update as of late. I’ve been sort of neglecting it. My interest is still in there somewhere, I think. But I’m not sure how or when I’ll rediscover it again. I’m going through one of those periods where I think of throwing in the towel and calling it a quits. Then again, I could just be tired – mentally drained. I could just be worn out from being away from home for so long, living out of a suitcase, using my cell phone as an alarm clock. I think I am ready for home.

It’s been a long, long 3 weeks. And looking ahead at two more makes me want to cry a little. Our work better pay off. Kerry better win. (When I read articles like this one I lose a little more faith in humanity. Freedom of press aside, this is blatant abuse.) Who am I kidding, I have no control. But let’s say that I did. I’d like to see advertisers pull-out. Oh, hell, there are so many things wrong this, I don’t even know where to begin.

Sometimes, there is so much going on in real life it’s hard to keep up in writing.

11 Comments

  1. Hang in there—do NOT throw in the towel—just take a vacation from blogging if you need to. Glad you had such a great time in your old haunts.

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  2. And this is different from Moore in what way? If this country actually elects Kerry based on his record alone, I will lose complete faith in the collective intellect of the nation. Sorry, just can’t control myself. This is the most important election in recent memory for the real issues involved – not the political ads.

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  3. hah. I was in brooklyn this weekend too. christie lives in park slope now. I totally sympathize with you guys’ life style right now.

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  4. scbob, this is different ENTIRELY. Moore is not on Primetime.

    You know what, I so don’t want to discuss this with you. The two aren’t comparable. At all.

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  5. At the very least bring up someone even I back up, like Jon Stewart. I could care less about Moore. Why is he the “token liberal” everyone brings up all the time? There are many more educated and “feared” individuals than Moore.

    I could care less about Moore.

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  6. You’re right – one is absolutely based on facts and the other is pure theatre and manipulations of the truth as in ambush journalism. Moore is the lowest form of person – someone who does to others what he criticizes them for doing. Here’s to an overwhelming support for the current President and his reelection.

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  7. I’m still not sure how or where Moore came into this. But, like I said, whatever. To each their own.

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  8. OOOOH OOOOHH scbob has me sitting on my hands and biting my tongue.

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  9. Donald, Toby and I were doing just the same. :] A positive discussion is fine, tho. So, by all means, let it rip if you so feel the desire.

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  10. thanks M but there’s no way I can discuss this w/o turning ugly.

    Probably best for us all to inform ourselves and vote our conscience in Nov. Just beware of the rumors floating around out there on the Internets.

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  11. The Internets

    ha ha hahahbahhahahahhhah bawahhhhh

    Did you see SNL? Good times.

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