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from ernst :
Hell of a snapshot. Fingers crossed.
from jimbostaxi :
For my appetizer, I had stuffed veal with eggs and spinach in it. It was a bit pedestrian and a tad fatty. That came with potato salad which was tastier than the Veal. My main course was a medium rare skirt steak that I of course poured Chimichurri on. I washed that down with two glasses of Merlot which they said was from Argentina. Out of 5 stars, barely a 4 and I am being very generous. I had some family with me so that made it a pleasant evening.
from jimbostaxi :
Awww Ty my friend. I just got back from the Argentinian steak house and am feeling a little buzzed. You're pretty awesome to have stopped in to say that. Damn, I wished I wasn't such a lightweight but two glasses of Merlot has me needing a nap. I will be on later on tonight but thanks your note is very much appreciated.
from se7enchance :
That was remarkable.
from jimbostaxi :
You are 100 percent correct on the Remoulade! It was very delicious and pulled the dish together. The Panzanella salad with roasted calabacita squash sounds great I'm.going make a note of that in case I see it somewhere. As far as Chimichurri goes I have never had it but there is an Argentinian place right down the road so I will be expecting that soon. :)
from nepenthean :
I saw your msg, thanks. I wish it had any real-world significance. I am very busy in my head at night!
from jimbostaxi :
How do you feel about Tuna Seared rare, sliced, sesame-crusted yellowfin tuna, eggplant, tomato, olives, potato, remoulade, crispy capellini garnish. That was my lunch and it was very delicious.
from jimbostaxi :
I'll have to go back there and dine in so I can evaluate their offerings better. That was the first time I ever had Farro so maybe ill give it another shot.
from bridgecity :
The rain here is a little dramatic.
from ernst :
Arigato amigo.
from se7enchance :
"...I would wake in the muddy part of the night, in the faint puddle of light from your reading lamp..." -- exquisite.
from ernst :
I graduated from HS in Newport RI, and my girlfriend lived in Portsmouth. On Mussel Bed Shoal Road, right under the Mt. Hope Bridge. It's a small, often terrible, world. Keep writing about it please.
from se7enchance :
That. Was one hell of an entry. My sincere condolences.
from jimbostaxi :
That was beautiful now I’m at work in tears. Thank you so much! :)
from jimbostaxi :
Love your writing :)
from dangerspouse :
I have that same worry about good ol' D-Land. It's amazing how fond I am of the site, despite it's long slide into decrepitude (and probably, irrelevance). I'd love to see it polished up and returned to at least a semblance of its old functionality. I don't think that we'll ever see long form blogging return with the same level of popularity it had pre-FB, et al, but it would be nice if we could at least keep a vestige alive for posterity.
from i-am-jack :
Well I'm glad there have been signs of life, because these days you never know. I had an online friend die once and one of my other friends (a super sleuth) found his obituary. I wasn't trying to be an ass. If he died, we might never know, the way none of us can reach him. I am not one of those people who are mad at him. I agree, he is basically allowing us to continue existing when it seems like this was just a little project he started and now he has this whole community of people living on a server. We are almost like some really expensive sea monkeys. It's just weird that he is maintaining the site enough that it exists but doesn't talk to anyone? I had my own scare not too long ago when there was a glitch. I agree that we should help out somehow.
from i-am-jack :
I'm starting to wonder if he's still alive, honestly.
from se7enchance :
I too have wondered about this place, much like you, many times. I do hope he's well, and this isn't a burden for him.
from jimbostaxi :
Chocolate Babka! Well, that sounds yummy! And everyone knows that's the better Babka. Lol
from se7enchance :
Almost certainly. Maladaptive, probably. But that's what happens when you have incorrectly learned what to want, rather than how to want.
from jimbostaxi :
Hey, it's been a while I hope all is well.
from nepenthean :
Your comment made me miss the old days of referral logs. Also, having to go to an office. Blah!! Knock wood I can stay home a good while yet.
from i-am-jack :
Yes, not me. Some people thought he was me. Also holdenSolo was confused for me. There was also an i-am-jill and people thought we were the same person.
from i-am-jack :
Thanks for letting me know. I explained it in the new entry.
from moodswing :
Your note was both a surprise and a heartwarm. I miss being able to see who has you on their buddy list. I've been trying to click on more of the visible recently updated diaries when I come through, since there are so few of us left. Every once in awhile I'll come across someone and shout, "How did I not know tgis was here all this time!"
from jimbostaxi :
Hey, thanks, I appreciate that! I always enjoy your page. Stay safe my friend.
from longitude :
Slow warmth and fond memories come from reading you again.
from raven72d :
I will be visiting here on a regular basis. I'm glad I found your entries.
from jimbostaxi :
I love the new entry and layout.
from raven72d :
Very good writing. Fascinating stories.
from nepenthean :
Sorry, scratch that. It was A Plague of Devils from 2008. I usually remember content, not necessarily the titles.
from nepenthean :
9/21 Hey, I just saw your note. I think Chicken on the Stairs had something to do with the Covid vaccine. I had just gotten the shot a few days before. I had decided to just get it over with come what may, and I see clinging to the railing in the dream as the door #2 of not getting vaccinated. This great stampede toward vaccination and the individual, overcome by fear, clinging to the wall. One of my weirder ones. The only weirder one I can think if is The Fade Out from 2011.
from jimbostaxi :
Thanks! Good to be back. :)
from i-am-jack :
Wow...just wow.
from orangepeeler :
I’d be the same - I wouldn’t know how to respond. It would I suppose depend on the nature of the ‘misevent’ and the value of the friendship that was lost. But if you’re ambivalent, perhaps it’s best. I do think it takes a lot of courage asking for forgiveness…
from jimbostaxi :
The build-up in my head was intense and twice as we walked through the labyrinth, I tried to bail out. No parade or confetti but I had my own security detail cheering me on. Besides my daughter the staff, there were great and kept me motivated. I'm glad it's over and my emotions should be more in check for the next one. Thanks for the note :)
from se7enchance :
Not for you. Everything_is_chance at the yahoo, if you'd like a password. Although, I'd understand if you can't be bothered, hah. Cheers~
from se7enchance :
Thank you so very much for your note. It's a humbling experience, knowing people still read. You are kind, and I appreciate you. I hope to read your own writings again, and some day soon. Cheers~
from jimbostaxi :
Yes, all the time.
from longitude :
<3
from jimbostaxi :
Dropped in to say hi. Hope all is well.
from jimbostaxi :
After watching I ran through the forest naked and was shot by a ranger with a tranquilizer dart for stealing picnic baskets. :)
from orangepeeler :
aww, thanks for your profiterole of a note :)
from i-am-jack :
I got it. ;^) Well I did when you added that you meant "come down from".
from i-am-jack :
"I was just about to write you a note, asking you to come in different out of that tree. That was come on down from that tree." I was wondering what you meant by that! You know, I don't know. It has been a rough few weeks. The urge to withdraw is strong.
from i-am-jack :
Thanks. ;^) The first story of yours that I read was in this diary about a surreal nightmarish bar fight that seemed like it could have been a dream or a weird drug experience. Maybe you can write like that still, you just haven't in a while. I have felt like that reading back on some of my old stuff, especially the stream of consciousness stuff. Maybe if you read back enough, you could reawaken that writing voice. Just keep reading until it starts talking.
from i-am-jack :
You weave the strangest, most amazing stories. I loved the detail about the hot motor in the parked car clicking as it cooled down. Wow that sound brings back memories. It's been a while since I heard that or maybe just stopped to notice it.
from se7enchance :
Re: your note. A compliment, coming from you. Also-- your Proclivities series is fantastic and compelling. I'm enjoying it very much.
from se7enchance :
Excellence
from i-am-jack :
Fun question. The wallpaper. ;^}
from jimbostaxi :
Lol, As a kid I terrible dreams about Bela Lugosi type vampire coming to get me. I'm glad my subconscious decided to upgrade vampires for the times we live :) I have been on your page so many times wanting to leave a note. I find the stuff you post very intriguing.
from se7enchance :
Manchmal gibt es keine Worte
from i-am-jack :
Password sent.
from i-am-jack :
Do you have an email I could send a password to?
from i-am-jack :
Wow that is evocative and a bit terrifying like a really weird dream or art film. I could really see it and felt like I was really there.
from raven72d :
I do love the art.
from i-am-jack :
That's cool. Just curating
from i-am-jack :
I just wanted to say hi. You seem really interesting. Is this your art?
from che :
!
from orangepeeler :
re 17/08/19 - <3 <3 <3
from thisisjohn :
its time.
from ohmakemeover :
baby, you. and no, i haven't forgotten.
from longitude :
I love when you return.
from longitude :
Oh, you need to write soon..
from elliestuff :
your user name makes me think of a renegade story my gramdpa told me once out on a drive in the hill country of Texas. we passed by baby head mountain. it wasn't all that big of a hill or anything, but the Indians had left a babyhead on top of it. i think he told me this story when i was about 6.
from longitude :
You're everything worth reading.
from longitude :
have you returned.. ?
from orangepeeler :
"your dearth" = gorgeous, all of it.
from thisisjohn :
keep going.
from mew-mew :
http://babyhead.diaryland.com/051008_46.html wow. beautiful.
from might :
Hello. I do not know this album of which you speak, but now I am curious and will do research. Research! That's what I'm talking about (I'm sleepy and have made too many snickerdoodles for one day. Any snickerdoodles may be too many. Will research that as well). Also: hello!
from meism :
Please stay here awhile.
from bootygrrl :
sweet - open and it will all flow out, unfortunately then there is the emptiness... *hugs*
from ohmakemeover :
hello nick
from pan-opticon :
you confuse me-- why do you come here so rarely? I would imagine that after a month of no posting, the diaryland umbilical cord would be cut. To Hot nights and bad haircuts. Take care.
from sunkship :
ahah, nevermind. i'm an idiot, i was looking at someone else's diary with the same layout as yours, but your diary was open as well and i got confused and uh... yeah, that's why. so... you can ignore the last post with all it's franticness and all. 8D.
from sunkship :
aaah, this is driving me crazy. where is this line from "usually giving up makes you a coward. usually speaking up makes you an asshole." did you write it? cuz i was browsing through my favourites on this freezing december evening, and i read that, and i'm 100% sure i read it somewhere before, either on a diary or a lyric or something. did you write that before in an old entry, or on monkeyrobot or something? tell me soon, i am gonna lose my mind.
from pragmatics :
there was a grub of some sort on my shoulder today. it was a pretty pale orange and as long as my little fingernail is wide, and it was fat and wiggly. i don't know how long it was there (it was my right shoulder). for some reason it struck me that i should tell you about it.
from pragmatics :
message resent stop did you receive query i hope so full stop (telegram writing is something i'm kind of irritated that i missed out on, age-wise)
from pragmatics :
done & done.
from pragmatics :
easier said than done, buster - i don't have another way to write to you, besides these crazy notes.
from bootygrrl :
bh - may i have a password? i missed when you stopped writing the last time, i would hate to miss again... vicegrrlATyahooDOTcom
from n-9 :
i THOUGHT that was you! not sure if i'm more pleased with you or myself. oh, and 'thank you' for your generosity of spirit. it lifted me a little =)
from longitude :
happy birthday. it might be late. i'm not sure. why aren't there links on your diary for the rewards because i think i really do deserve an award. a big shiny gold medal. i think i really should try to sleep more and not stay up drawing strange monsters and watching foreign movies with subtitles in another foreign language. what do you think of egrets?
from haberdasher :
years ago, you were first to leave me a note. your words leave me so near crying that it may be almost a relief to do so, yet i feel i should not. i have been where you have, and i am where you are.
from l-o-l-o :
feels like you pull all your words from the freezer at 3am. they leave it all blue, but warm, you know. pleasure.
from candoor :
something amazing here...
from futsetta :
monkeyrobot email did not work. stop. i miss you. stop. please write and send provisions. stop. /futsetta
from thatmarygirl :
come back.
from thisisjohn :
where did you go?
from heartshaped :
love.
from nakedembrace :
oh i'm stupid. i didn't realize you were the same people. but okay, that's cool
from susiemoose :
love this on going story... can I add to it? BTW I liked the spinach too.. and I have never admitted that to anyone,. I guess I'm out of the salt shaker now!! whoosh! cold/hot I ate it.. adn I also liked the english muffin, american cheese sloppy Joe thingies...
from ohmakemeover :
i walked down a path today. there was a single wisp of cloud in the sky, i raised my hand to one eye and blocked it out, like a cloud the size of my palm. somehow it reminded me of you. its been awhile, and suddenly i miss you.
from ohmakemeover :
i love. <3
from thisisjohn :
You know. I really liked and enjoyed school spinach as well. They way it was all mushy. I liked it hot or cold. With a little bit of sodium cloride. Chase it with chocolate milk. Those were the days.
from heartshaped :
ohh. <3
from piilu :
adorable...
from might :
too late: i am now partly composed of whatever ink the indian government used to print their documents in the 1960's.
from eight-9-3 :
..navigation of your site? Non computation. The words? They computed well. An equation of sorts. Your words. plus. My reading. equalled a smile......
from heartshaped :
thank you. have fun. x.
from heartshaped :
let me know where yr going. please.
from heartshaped :
you amaze me. <3
from scentedrose :
Happy Holidays my fellow ink And may your New Year be blissful to the brink.
from heartshaped :
wow, thank you. you are the most rockin kid ever. keep on keepin on. xo.
from heartshaped :
beautiful, as always. and thank you for the linkage. you make me smile. xo.
from thisisjohn :
i think we all need validation. some way. i do. i did this diary thing, mostly as a vent. but it was neat to see people write good things about what i wrote. it made me feel better. its been really cool talking to all these people from dland. for sure. keep on writin. me.
from heartshaped :
thank you so much for listing me as a favorite diary. i feel honored. your diary is absolutely gorgeous and i promise i'll be back. xo.

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