Archive for October, 2009

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

live on naansense

good morning. this morning, international inspirate and dj Aparna Kothary interviewed me about _cooking com bigode_ and _sometimes we walk alone_ on her radio show, naansense. the link is here. the link is now. http://wmucradio.com/stream_ripper/tue/Naansense_800_1000.mp3 i think i was on around half-way through, 9am eastern time. and, though it hasn’t finished loading yet, she asked […]

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Monday, October 19th, 2009

some moustachioed assistance

dear loyal friends in an effort to make the cooking com bigode website more intelligible to all living beings, i have decided to add a page housing photographs of the general public cooking with moustaches. now, let it be said that i am _Well Aware_ that some people don’t have moustaches. the moustaches in the […]

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Monday, October 12th, 2009

death and enchiladas

Humans! In India when speaking of our dead, the people say “she left the body” rather than “she died”. That is, there is a deep clarity — for me our subconscious patterns of speech reveal deeply the structure of how we think — about what death is, or as it has sometimes occurred to me, […]

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Monday, October 12th, 2009

basta the airplanes, 2009

to commemorate the 15 flights i have taken to date this year just when i thought i was getting ready to (famously) “settle down” i painted the following picture for my stewardess from newark to seattle and then failed to give it to her, because i liked it. – ankurbhai

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Friday, October 9th, 2009

Back in Sequim

83 Lost Meadow Lane Sequim, WA 98382 USA until December perhaps 360 683 5398 home no cell phone lots of love.

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Friday, October 9th, 2009

welcome home tripper delight

Well, it’s been a long time coming. Home. And here I am, in the early fall sunshine, snowless mountains towering over this little valley, baskets of mushrooms and carrots in the cold room, and a suite of tottering laptops with which to do my holy work. Of course to be home you have to leave, […]

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