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Entries from March 2008

Davka

March 19th, 2008 · No Comments

aquinas never understood why he masturbated every morning with those devil women witches in his head. if he would have heard us in her truck at midnight on the steel city overpass proving the pi fibbonaci sequence in the spiraling of hips, in the serpent woman dance of the ancients, he would have seen god […]

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Tags: Ecofeminist Musings · stories

The Patriotic Gunman

March 18th, 2008 · No Comments

A while ago I was talking with some people about the pop culture image of the strip club as underworld, and someone asked if I’d ever been afraid in a strip club. There’ve been plenty of times when I couldhave been afraid, when someone followed me from the club, pushed boundaries too hard, or went […]

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Tags: stories · Stripping

Here I Am, Canning

March 16th, 2008 · No Comments

Katie’s asleep next to me, making cute little noises and mumbles. A little while ago she started humming. “Katie, are you awake?” I asked, and she just kept humming, with a couple snores interspersed. Then she rolled over, lifted her sleeping bag straight into the air, and announced something dramatic without ever opening her lips. […]

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Tags: The day-to-day of it all

Are You Armed?

March 13th, 2008 · No Comments

We got up sooo early this morning and laid in the dirt for a while, getting really grounded, before I drove Katie to the hospital. Hospitals are normally really un-grounding places for me, but this one wasn’t too bad. I attribute this to the huge graveyard across the street, where me and Bro went to […]

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Tags: stories · The day-to-day of it all

Herbs For Very Beginners

March 12th, 2008 · No Comments

Back in that who are you thread, a few of you asked about herbs. What to do if you are at the very, very begining. This is not a good time to be at the very begining, because things are not exactly green and growing in most of the world. That said, here is a […]

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Tags: Wild Food

Super Organizer Bags are Cheap at Target

March 12th, 2008 · No Comments

I am obsessed with little organizational bags. You know, the ones with lots of pockets. I’ve got them for herbs, for tinctures, for morning stuff like the toothbrush, for kitchen stuff, for jewelry, etc. I have a bag of these bags, and I love them. Today I wandered into Target and found that the standard […]

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Tags: The day-to-day of it all

The Story of Bro

March 11th, 2008 · No Comments

A while ago Kate wrote the story of Mutt, and she asked me about how I got Bro. It’s a story that runs all together with a bunch of other stories, and they’re hard to untangle. It’s something like this, though. I was living nights in the all hour study area at the University. It […]

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Tags: stories

I'm a Beaver Goddess

March 11th, 2008 · No Comments

Jonna and I (and some other people) were talking about killing beavers and eating their yummy tails. Beavers are the yummiest animals, but also the sweetest most balanced human-like animals. If you watch them they never waste a single stick or reed, and they communicate verbally like little children do. They live in small family […]

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Tags: Ecofeminist Musings

Cosmic titty continued

March 10th, 2008 · No Comments

Pittsburgh poet and filmmaker, Jessica Fenlon, has written a poem about the Cosmic Titty which connects colonialization to psychic vampirism in a brutal, yet beautiful way. Read it here: please don’t feed the vampires.

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Tags: Ecofeminist Musings

Parting Shot

March 10th, 2008 · No Comments

On my way out of that big city I used to hang out in I decided to drive past my old house in the little town outside the big city. The house looked the same, from the road. The woman who’d bought it with me with mighty aspirations of ripping it down and building something […]

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Tags: Ecofeminist Musings · The day-to-day of it all · Van Living