WE ARE DYING and we don’t know what to do about the fact that WE ARE DYING. all around me i see nothing. people leave. people have no hearts or souls anymore. do i have a heart? do i have a soul?
why is DALLAS so warm in the middle of winter? could this be a sign of THE END TIMES my brothers and sisters? warm weather is NOT one of the reasons i moved to dallas. money and ease-of-living were the main reasons. why did you move here?
Ugh. Sad to read this on such a beautiful December day.
04:11 PM CST on Thursday, December 22, 2005
By KERRY GUNNELS / The Dallas Morning News
Dallas Police on Thursday arrested six graffiti artists accused of causing more than $100,000 in property damage.
Two of the suspected graffiti artists, who police said go by monikers like
I just browsed into a great dallas news hub and thought I would share the link.
Why is it so much easier to be taken advantage of in New York than in Dallas? Are we that much nicer here?
Talking to someone about email vs. fax machines (how email is better but some people still refuse to embrace the pdf file, and continue faxing instead) yesterday –
“There are only a few people left still using fax machines… and they will be dead soon.”
I read in the paper on Thursday that Chicago passed a ban on smoking in nearly all public places throughout the city. I was really bummed at that news. I really loved that you could smoke freely in Chicago. It made the city inviting. It’s a nerve-racking thing to visit a city like New York, or LA and have to figure out where smoking is allowed before you light up for fear that you will get slapped on the wrist with some sort of fine, or embarrasment.
I do smoke, but I also understand why people don’t want to be around me when I do it. I just feel that smoking in a public place should be decided by the owner of that public place, not the city government. No smoking, no pledges, and switch the word Christmas to Holidays. Is this country really ruled by a majority vote?
For those of you concerned about winter illnesses in the DFW area, check this site out.
That is right. We will be closing our Denton location in March of 2006 and moving to Dallas. We are having a benefit for this occassion at The Contemporary, to raise some funds as this move will be sandwiched between the release of 2 issues, so it is quite an undertaking. Don’t worry we aren’t asking you for something in return for nothing, we have put together a nice collection of limited edition goods for purchase that night. Below is all the info you will need.
MOVE // THE ART PROSTITUTE BENEFIT // DECEMBER 9, 2005 // 7-10 PM
(ART PROSTITUTE PRESENTATION AT 8 PM)
THE DALLAS CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY ART
2801 Swiss Avenue // Dallas, Texas 75204 // 214.821.2522 // Director: Joan Davidow
ABOUT THE BENEFIT