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My wife and I went with my mother to the doctor yesterday. My mom is currently undergoing radiation treatment, for the second time, for breast cancer that has now moved to her liver, lungs, bones, and brain. The nurse who helped my mom had a pin that said, “I radiate happiness.” My wife’s response to that pin: “Maybe because you’re not the one with cancer.”
SEEMING live in Cincinnati, 7/16/14.
Photos by Christa Belle Martin. ( http://blackbreadbox.tv )
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920)
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Found this little guy next to the front window.
My apartment complex had tons of bats last year, who all lived in the roof. The complex sealed the roof to get rid of the bats, but it happily hasn’t completely worked. There are fewer bats around and I don’t know where they’re staying—maybe still in the roof somewhere. In any case, seeing this guy was a good time. Bats are important and the various populations in America aren’t doing all that well these days. We would be well served to be nice to bats.
Whoever said that light was life
and darkness nothing? For some
of us, the mythologies
Jamie Lawson took this excellent picture of the LOCRIAN 2xCS for The Crystal World on UTECH RECORDS.
Order the last few HERE
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The second film of Monday night’s Karloff double feature.
The Man Who Lived Again (a.k.a. The Man Who Changed His Mind)
Director: Robert Stevenson
Starring: Boris Karloff, Anna Lee, and John Loder
Release Year: 1936
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New music purchased tonight:
Return of the Night Terror — Corvx De Timor
Let’s Drop Bombs — Haujobb
The first film of Monday’s Karloff double feature.
The Old Dark House
Director: James Whale
Starring: Boris Karloff, Melvyn Douglas, Gloria Stuart, Charles Laughton, and Lillian Bond
Release Year: 1932
I wish I was yours…
Cocteau Twins - Pink Orange Red (acoustic version)
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