midwest manager boston consulting group
called my mother about[an error occurred while processing this directive]my old employer is p.o.-ed about my coverage of them
he called my mother
said, "I didn't return their calls"
he's scheduled a meeting with her.
standoffish sure, why they'd call my family?
I don't remember missing their calls
but resolution resolution resolution.
she's glad I'm to deal with it
mom seen underside of web-page justin-son.
doug block at the greenwich avenue cafe
making a home page documentary without web pages
home video justin of the web
I'm trying to get some green pinstripe pants tailored,
he's taping the interaction
I can jaw a lot
jesse dancy said of me in consumer culture class
I talk fast and loud not always followable, but entertaining.
the interactive telecommunications program at nyu
he had a pass to
fininshed students showed off their stuff
foot-lean interface for pong
remote controlled car from the web
71 years old, the founder of this program
stefanie I meet again
db block to tape her too
his camera in our interactions
we recline to a cafe
after I blow a gift certificate from george and maria at tower records
we chat over mckenna red nytimes online
feed article recapitulation of my summer trip
the frying pan
corroded say twenties lighthouse boat bunsen burners and fromeldahidden birds and bugs corridors and holds filled with freaks
wavy gravy's birthday
can't miss the bass on a leash walking colour bomb suit sauntering aged psychedlic clownyou are not what you eat,
in the captain's chair
kind ass eyes,
briefly before he gets the ship-wide mic -
you are what you do not shit.I'm amused after I prod stef to pause her literary analysis while I notice carew is being russian psychic scientist seduced you are very spiritual woman, I can see it in your DNA
warned to look out for her by a sensitive passerby
I stood at her side to offer reprieve, she handled him herself.
brief intro stef to terance
he looks like a college prof until you see his eyes
post phun point at party perhaps
when "everyone looks terminally familiar"