Archive for January, 2009

Tuesday, January 27th, 2009

Globalization, the Amazonian Boat People, and Cupuaçu

1. On Globalization The capacity of the `hospitality’ industry here in Belem, the city of mango trees and the mouth of the Amazon river, was around 30,000 before this event. The World Social Forum, which offically starts in 1 minute, and to which celebration I will likely arrive at an hour later, and still be […]

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Thursday, January 15th, 2009

Sefirah Fierce Designs Trunk Show Jan. 18

Sefirah Fierce Designs Midwinter Trunk Show with friends… Sunday, Jan. 18th 5-9pm @ Brooklyn Sanctuary 778 Bergen St. between Washington & Grand Ave. C train to Clinton-Washington FREE Questions and Contact: 917-402-2899 sefirahfierce@gmail.com New York is frozen and CoSM has closed its doors, but there’s new life in my sanctuary and big things coming in the […]

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Thursday, January 15th, 2009

Leaving the West Coast

Update: Dorky pager will be phased out of service in the next few hours, and will not survive Jan 15th, 2009 in my presence. I am also flying far away from Sequim, Seattle, Harborview Medical Center, and Nash’s amazing carrots this evening, to the wild salsa-d skyscrapers of New York City. I’ll be square, there, […]

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Thursday, January 15th, 2009

Walk on boy

Long remiss and foggy bliss Notes of the present Promises of the future, unborn. Hello. Je suis venu pour te ‘dire que je m’en vais. Maybe that’s right. Today is my last day at Harborview as a Chaplain. I turn in my badge and pager in a couple of hours. It’s my last day on […]

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