28 October 2001
Joe and I were up late last night listening to surf spacepunk and hacking IM support into Evolution. It was fun, particularly because I haven’t had the chance to do a lot of hacking in the last couple years.
I’ve really enjoyed David F. Gallagher‘s photos of Milan lately.
I organized my CDs today.
That’s the kind of day it was.
My uncle is in this remake of Bonanza that shows on PAX every Sunday at 9pm. He plays a French cowboy they call “Frenchy.” Yeah.
So anyway, tonight I was sitting in the living room watching Frenchy argue about the Cholera epidemic that was sweeping the Ponderosa, and talking to my littlest sister on IM. And suddenly, my other sister called and said, “Hey Nat, I’m standing at the T stop outside your apartment. Look out the window.”
And so I stand up and can see her waving up through the window, from across the train tracks. And there’s my uncle on TV. And my other sister on IM.
Joe Shaw: “We are truly living in The Age of Aquarius.”