p.s. Hey. ** David, My pleasure. Like I said, I’m scared to hear the audio book of ‘I Wished’, but I’m glad if my writing comes through. In LA there’s this thing called the Graveline Tour where they drive you around in a hearse and show you where everyone famous or infamous died whether it’s a mansion or the trash can where the dismembered body was found. Kind of interesting. ** Dominik, Hi!!! I’m really glad you liked her work. I’m feeling a little better still, though not great, but I lost my wallet yesterday and I have no money at all or bank card for the next couple of days so I’m scrounging up all the loose change I can find to buy cigarettes and discount food to eat at the moment, so … I’ve been better, ha ha. But at least I have your love’s wrapping. No small thing. Love filling the paper cup of the guy who sings horrible James Taylor and Cat Stevens and Billy Joel songs and strums an acoustic guitar with diamonds and gold doubloons, G. ** Bill, I think she’s a big legend in Philadelphia, much less known beyond those borders. Dead person in your mouth! You’re fit for a slaves post. I hope the recovery is easy. Your gig! I don’t think I’ve seen those two Bjll Dingalls videos unless I’m spacing, so … cool! Everyone, If you’re in the vicinity of San Francisco, I super highly recommend that you go to Center for New Music this Friday to see/hear Bjll Dingalls, an experimental music trio featuring the great (and the blog’s own) Bill Hsu. I would sure make a beeline if I were you and thereabouts. Here’s the info. Oh, man, that looks great! I so wish … ** _Black_Acrylic, Hi, Ben. Billingham, that’s interesting, yes. Cool. Which Purdy books did you score? ** Steve Erickson, Yes, there’ll be a gig post here next Wednesday, the 11th. My cold improves, and, as I told Dominick, I lost my wallet and bank card and have no money, so my cold feels quite old hat as far as my current troubles go. Yes, about Strauss’s work. You put it perfectly, imo. ** Brendan, Hi, Brendan! Cool, I’m happy you like her photos. Saturday! Have a blast. And our mutual bud Mr. Jack Skelley wrote a thing about your work for the show, no? I wish I could be there so bad. Love, me. ** l@rsty, Hi, pal! Fun, fun: the karaoke thing. I like your Halloween story. It has a great narrative, which is not easy. And stick to the no smoking thing. Seriously. You’ll feel like shit for a while, but then you’ll be so grateful yourself. Trust me. Love from Paris to you! ** Okay. Back on my old, now dead blog I used to make posts like the one today rather frequently, and I still like them, it seems, so I thought I would restore one. I mean, why not, what the heck. See you tomorrow.