The Neighborhood Gets Way Too Eventful (And Snow)

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I woke up Tuesday morning set to spend the day devoted to working on Sue’s photos but checking my email I discovered that I was part of Dreamhost’s $7,500,000 f*** u* in which they accidentally way overcharged all their customers. Only I didn’t know this was a major all-encompassing script snafu yet. All I knew was that my account, which …

Preserving the underground history of a city

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Apparently it’s annother anniversary with Earthlink. They send us a link to an anniversary page that shows a present with confetti raining over it. Despite the fact I hate Earthlink, confetti always manages to make me feel special. Inner child goes, “Look, confetti!” for one split second. But even the inner child knows better and shoves the present back, crying, …

Heather Luttrell and Virginia Carllile at the Carllile Women Concert (digital painting)

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Heather Luttrell and Virginia Carllile at the Carllile Women Concert 5/1/2006 Digital painted portrait with photo by artist for reference 20 in w by 15 in h #169; copyright J Kearns It was a painting I was working on and had just finished when the computer went down, based on a photo from the Carllile concert. So, my computer is …

The day before the day when many will be dozing on turkey

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Tomorrow’s Thanksgiving. If you look back a couple of posts you’ll see the picture of a dead turkey and a comment on Edward Curtis. That’s my sideswipe version of a Thanksgiving commentary, I guess. But I hope everyone who drops by and reads this post has a good holiday weekend. Right now I’m deep in morosing over computers. No, I …