September 2005

“You gotta be comfy and confident in your shoes or the rest of you will feel bad, that is sort of my philosophy.” , Miss Meghan Cleary, from an interview in Gothamist [via Manolo’s blog of the shoes!]

Posted in: The Quotidian Ones

Woodwork squeaks and out come the freaks…to communicatrix! show me some chicken curry embroidery designs (Google) …and I’ll show you some really twisted Indian chicks. airbrushed tutus (Google) When 14 yards of frothy, pink tulle just isn’t femme enough. hippie skivvies Jesters (Google) I thought dirty hippies went commando. killer scary clown clip art (Google) […]

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“Once one’s basic needs have been met, additional money has almost no bearing on personal happiness.” , the communicatrix, from “100 Things I Learned in 2004, Part I” xxx c

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Things I’ve found so far during Project Apartment De-Grossify: 1. A manila envelope containing the Final Cut Pro discs I lost two years ago. 2. A bunch of those little rubber feet that go under printers, paper cutters and small household appliances. 3. Dirt. Lots and lots of dirt. 4. My college diploma*. 5. Extra […]

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Sep 27, 2005 Comments Off

Quotation of the Day

“Every valuable human being must be a radical and a rebel for what he must aim at is to make things better than they are.” , Niels Bohr xxx c

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Sep 27, 2005 2

Plus ca change…

While it’s hard to believe, the first anniversary of communicatrix: the blog, is right around the corner. And, while TypePad has served me well for that year, for a couple of reasons I’ve been considering a move to blog publishing software + hosting situation. First, cost: money continues to be an issue, and there are […]

Posted in: The Personal Ones

Sep 26, 2005 1

Quotation of the Day

“Sit in a room and read, and read and read. And read the right books by the right people. Your mind is brought onto that level, and you have a nice, mild, slow-burning rapture all the time. This realization of life can be a constant realization in your living. When you find an author who […]

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Sep 23, 2005 Comments Off

Searches, we get searchesâ„¢

And yea, with our holy Friday feature, Searchesâ„¢, do we put yet another medium-stinky week behind us. “on the seventh day, god created” (Google) …the communicatrix. (A-fucking-men.) pay scales for acting roles on hbo series (MSN) Don’t quit your day job. busk katrina jokes (Yahoo) Somehow, I don’t think you’re gonna get too many coins […]

Posted in: The Silly Ones

Sep 22, 2005 2

So long, Spring Street

I’ve long harbored a perverse and persistent fondness for the Spring St. Network. In my previous incarnation as Miss Internet Slut (consecutive wins, 2002-04), it served me well and often, with a much higher hit-to-miss ratio than the Lowest Common Denominator Sites (Yahoo!, Match, Matchmaker, Tickle, etc.). With their unusual approach to hottie harvesting, pulling […]

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“The key is to connect to the truth of where you are in the moment. When I am uncomfortable and accept my discomfort I am free to change; when I am uncomfortable and pretend to be okay I always get yanked back into discomfort.” , Thomas Lascher, philosopher and headshot photographer, on how to take […]

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