Re: Jung and the Restless

by Immy Humes (01.09.10 03:43 am)

It's such a particular pleasure when someone funny and intelligent and sensitive perfectly describes something you've experienced —- and says it so much much better than you ever could have. Gratifying!

Was it Gabriel Byrne or David Byrne? or were they BOTH there?? that would've really caused a cosmic hum of our collective hip consciousness, no?

Thanks for the memories.

Re: Jung and the Restless

by dagwead (01.09.10 05:24 pm)

It WASN'T a MoTIFF “o'Taaff”, was it?!?
“WAS IT?!?” And!
If you liked A&S, you'll LOVE Loehmanns!
You guys might be perfect for one another...
CLAP! CLAP!

Re: Jung and the Restless

by dagwead (01.09.10 05:27 pm)

The Doctor is “IN”

Re: Jung and the Restless

by dagwead (01.09.10 05:55 pm)

I don't think the braver are necessarily younger, but the winners are totally turning up the heat.
I don't know if that's “saying it better”, but it's saying it lightly, the accessory turning phrases.

Re: Jung and the Restless

by dagwead (01.09.10 07:07 pm)

I remember working with a Tibetan retreat center once, as a volunteer, moving office.
One event in particular I will never forget. One of the lamas carried an office desk the size of
a kitchen island up a flight—or was it two flights—of steps. He had an office desk—that size—
strapped on his back. And he walked up the stairs on his own two legs.
I will never forget the sight of that action as long as I live.

Re: Jung and the Restless

by CAP (01.11.10 11:30 pm)

That Sagmeister - he knows his fonts from his faeces.

Re: Jung and the Restless

by artist paintings (01.13.10 01:53 am)

Shopping is a form of religion...you are worshipping something.

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