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2003/01/03

Fix me! Searched for miracle vision cure and came up with unusual article on increasing myopia and another on the limits of surgery. Also found coaching material as follows:
  • Transformational coaching
    So it is with individuals. When you reach a peak, something tends to pull you back. Recognizing this and developing self-mastery with it, are your keys to fulfillment, success and outrageous freedom.
  • Life Vision and Mission
    Your vision could be entitled MY BIG DREAM, and your mission is WHAT I'M GOING TO DO ABOUT IT.
    posted by TT 3:27 PM
  • 2002/12/31

    Propriedad del Guggenheim, BilbaoGlass Dress, 'Ginger and Fred,' PragueClose-up of glass paning. This project by the American architect Frank Gehry marks the corner at the Jiraskuv Bridge. Officially named the 'Rasin Building,' soon after its conception it was dubbed 'Ginger and Fred,' as it dances like the famous couple Rogers and Astaire around the corner."Ginger and Fred"Corner facadeArchitect Frank Gehry, observer Jane Wolfson and Dean of the School of Architecture William Mitchell (left to right) made an on-site inspection of Building 20 with local architects and members of the Cambridge Historical Commission, which has voted unanimously to permit MIT to raze Building 20 to make way for a new complex of buildings for the Computing, Information and Intelligence Sciences (CIIS).  Building 20 was built in 1943 as a temporary structure to house the Radiation Laboratory.  Its design and construction are typical of World War II temporary military buildings.Frank Gehry, "...both the maniacal boy in his cellar and the futuristic techno team..."
    Picture of museum from '1924' link
    To the east is the 1924 Pacific Telephone Building by A.A. Cantin of the J.R. Miller & Timothy Ludwig Pflueger architectural firm and SFMOMA by Mario Botta in front.

    Great Buildings image of the San Francisco Museum of Modern ArtArchitectural view of SFMOMA North is the jukebox Marriott that forms part of the urban landscape of Yerba Buena Gardens upper level Yerba Buena Gardens.

    To the south is the expansion of Consultants' picture of Moscone West with monumental staircases Moscone Center, which at this point involves numerous exit staircases along the alley wall facing Fifth & Mission Garage. Picture of Fifth and Mission Garage before the expansion project
    Pi Lambda PhiIn your home, you can save energy by turning off appliances, TVs and radios that are not being used, watched or listened to.Mark Gordon--Tor House--this image might be copyrightedAs rescuers sift through mud and debris for more than 150 still missing after a deadly typhoon tore through Taiwan, survivors are gathering outside demolished homes to burn incense and traditional HouseHouse...Upon reading the *Declaration of Independence*, the *Constitution*, the *Federalist Papers*, and the eloquent letters penned by the founding fathers, it soon became apparent that the founders of America and the founders of Classicals Inc. possessed many of the same attributes. Both Classicals and the United States of America were founded by a group of well-read colleagues who were as passionate about freedom as they were about literature, morality, and God, and both maverick societies were created by men who lived in houses without central heating. Our hideout, which stands eight miles west of Chapel Hill down Jones Ferry Road, is pictured...
    'Give unto me, made lowly wise,/The spirit of self-sacrifice;/The confidence of reason give/And in the light of Truth thy bondman let me live!'--W. Wordsworth, CCVIII. Ode to DutyTank funWillem de Kooning, 'Untitled (The Commuter),' (1971-72)Notebooks of a Naked YouthHe physically moves more and more towards the earth. He keeps resting his head to the pavement. He searches caves for monsters. He's obsessed with an ice-aged man found in the bog - so much so he names his band The Bogmen. This is the journal of a man living in the area which mainstream culture and society deems non-existent. He is trying to come to terms with the natural paradox of his situation and every sentence, paragraph, page, and chapter exhumes the corpse of this underlying dilemma. One chapter negates the last, as every sentence uttered by the narrator or every action performed out of self-loathing. Yet he is supremely proud and vain.On the floorStuckist Clown Non-Demo, 28 November 2000, at Tate Britain, the day of the Turner Prize announcement.  We ... took the opportunity to award the Anti Turner Prize Prize to the Art Clown of the Year for outstanding idiocy in the visual arts.  This was awarded to Charles Saatchi and was a pie to put in his own face.  He also had to buy the pie as we forgot to get one.We were simply exercising our democratic right to visit a gallery we had paid for through our taxes in the attire of our choice - as freely acknowledged by the Tate.
    Armand Vaillancourt

    prize

    tree

    interview

    dolmen

    translated

    fountain

    from the back

    inside

    Vaillancourt Fountain picture
    This is the day to be yourself for the purposes of the ministry. There is the story of how the auto guys figured out how to get people to donate old cars to their church for tax writeoff, they'd fix them and give them to single moms. Matthew 4:[18] As he walked by the Sea of Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon who is called Peter and Andrew his brother, casting a net into the sea; for they were fishermen.
    [19] And he said to them, "Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men."
    Jesus'Lord teach us how to pray.' Luke 11:1Philip Perkis, 'Juarez,' gelatine silver print, 11 x 16 in., 1992The figure of Jesus, a mine for the cinemaJesus Mural by Ken Twitchell
    For our house is our corner of the world.  As has often been said, it is our first universe, a real cosmos in every sense of the word....  All really inhabited space bears the essence of the notion of home....  The sheltered being gives perceptible limits to his shelter.  He experiences the house in its reality and virtuality, by means of thought and dreams....  The daydream deepens to the point where an immemorial domain opens up for the dreamer of a home beyond man's earliest memory....  Through dreams, the various dwelling-places in our lives co-penetrate and retain the treasures of former days.--Gaston Bachelard, tr. Maria Jolas, *The Poetics of Space*
    'I love every single stile and stump and lane - these scenes made me a painter.'--John Constable, English landscape painter, 1776-1837The Ljubljana Castle was built on a prehistoric site, on top of a hill. It was never explicity mentioned until medieval age. The castle was evidently administered by caretakers, but there isn't any proof that Ljubljana knights had their seat in the castle before 1144. In this year only Odalreich of Ljubljana is mentioned.Edinburgh CastleCastle RockWelcome to the Online Tour of the Ernest Hemingway Birthplace House, a graceful Victorian, Queen Anne style home where he was born in 1899.S I D O S, Service suisse d'information et d'archivage de données pour les sciences sociales, 13, ruelle Vaucher, CH – 2000 Neuchâtel (Suisse)'Mes oeuvres peuvent être considérées comme autant de stations de ma vie; elles sont l'expression de mon développement intérieur... Ma vie est mon action, mon labeur consacré à l'esprit est ma vie; on ne saurait séparer l'un de l'autre.'--C.G. JungReference, C.G. Jung, 'Memories, Dreams, Reflections,' http://architecture.about.com/library/weekly/aa032999.htm'We had fed him six weeks, I gave him freedom,/ He wandered over the foreland hill and returned in the evening,/ asking for death,...'--Robinson Jeffers, 'Hurt Hawks'
    A few images about castles...
    'To verify images kills them, and it is always more enriching to imagine than to experience.'--Gaston Bachelard, *The Poetics of Space*
    The beauty of the Poetics of Space begins in its first pages, when Bachelard considers space as frozen time. For example, a daydream, a thing of duration, has spatial dimension where it occurs, such as all alone in a room of a house.
    JesusJesus
    ...liquefaction, in which water-saturated sediment loses all strength during seismic shaking. Essentially, the sediment behaves like thick soup or gelatin, and even reinforced or specially-designed buildings can founder like sinking ships.Marina Districtsand volcano
    1Cor. 3:[16] Do you not know that you are God's temple and that God's Spirit dwells in you? I've since learned that trying to suspend one's weight primarily from the arms could lead to serious injuries. As painful as it was in my case, that makes a lot of sense in retrospect. Leg support is critical. Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dali I Domenech, 1904 - 1989, Crucifixion ('Corpus Hypercubus'), circa 1954. How Much Worth My Art-Work? Click Here And We Will Give You The Latest Quotes. This magnificent Original Art-work, is hand signed and water colored individually by Salvador Dali. Published in 1968, the above master piece is a rarity on the Salvador Dali art market. But through a special arrangement, Lloyd's Funds International. Fine Arts Division has been able to make a few available for a very limited time only to his new costumers. Please click here for the availability on this brilliant art-work. Certificates of authenticity and appraisals are unconditionally guaranteed by the faith and reputation of<br>Lloyd's Funds International. Each numbered lithograph has been personally created and pencil signed by Salvador Dali.
    My plastic JesusMatthew 4:[1] Then Jesus was led up by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil.
    Still despite centuries of research, no historical Jesus has come to light. His story was not merely overlaid with myth, it was mythic to the core. This Jesus seems to have made little or no impression on his contemporaries. No literate person of his own time mentioned him in any known writing. We stopped at Yardenit, a famous baptismal site where the River Jordan separates from the Sea of Galilee. It's a very soothing spot, with green trees thickly lining the river banks. Mark 1:9-18
    Water Tower in the WinterSonya Sklaroff, One Water Tower (red) no.5144, Oil on panel, 12 x12 inches.
    Didn't see the photographer's face, but the figure was like this...She was shooting the whole time like this...

    Evil THE DEVIL IN DRAGDue to centuries of unrest upon matters pertaining to sexuality, especially in regards to homosexuality and masturbation, I find it incumbent upon myself to make it crystal clear where GodConsciousness.com stands upon these issues. At this point, God created Hell.Most homosexual activity is actually masturbation, because the orgasm is obtained without regular sexual intercourse of man and woman. Oral and anal sex are a kind of masturbation. Bestiality is also masturbation when the orgasm is reached.  The Bible says it is an abomination and a perversion any kind of homosexual activity and bestiality, and both shall be put to death (Lev.18:22-23, 20:13-15). Number one, we should never judge anyone else (Matt.7: 1-4). Number two, Jesus can deliver us from any sin and any vice or iniquity. At Calvary he paid for both, for all our sins, and for the factories to make sins, for our iniquities or vices, as described by Isaiah 53:4-5. Any time you and I commit a sin, we should go immediately to Confession, up to seventy times seven, always!… always trust in the Lord!… and God will deliver us at its due time, for the Israelites took 430 years to be delivered from the Egyptian slavery!.Rome salutes you!'Garden of Earthly Delight' by Hieronymous Bosch circa 1500The system was unusually exploitative and brutal, even in Colonial Africa. Whipping was a common form of punishment for workers who did not meet their quotas or who disobeyed the puzzling white man's rules.Whipping Posts, Execution Yard - AuschwitzThe Cross-Bearer by Hieronymus Bosch, a little bit
    "What does Jesus mean in your life?"

    Silence.

    To film clip of crucifixionJesus of Nazareth
    Anonymous Greek icon (no date): Entry into Jerusalem ---Holy Transfiguration Monastery, Brookline, MA, USA
    Leonardo da Vinci: The Last Supper ---The WebMuseum
    Jan Van Eyck, The Crucifixion and The Last JudgmentCrucifixionThis realistic painting of Chris on the Cross was painted by Spanish Baroque artist Diego Velasquez. The Crucifixion (c. 1630) shows remarkable attention to detail, including the phrase 'Jesus of Nazareth, king of the Jews' written in Greek, Hebrew, and Latin on the plaque above Christ's head, as recounted in the Passion according to John 19:19-20.
    Jay Rosenblatt Ponders Jesus the Jew My transformation from childhood fear of Jesus to adult appreciation for his teachings was the catalyst for this film.
    A man is nailed to a crucifix as part of annual Easter celebrations. San Fernando, Philippines.New York Herald, on Eakins: 'decidedly photographic.'CrucifixionSebasti?o Salgado'What I want in my pictures is not that they'll look like art objects,' he says. 'They are journalist pictures. All my pictures. No exceptions.'
    We are the people of hope.
    Brand New Church


    Palm Sunday
    Triumph
    Money changers
    Passover
    Betrayal
    Gethsemane
    Blasphemy
    Pilate
    Scourge
    Golgotha
    Crucifixion
    Burial
    Resurrection

    Matthew 21:8,9 And a very great multitude spread their garments in the way; others cut down branches from the trees, and strawed them in the way. And the multitudes that went before, and that followed, cried, saying, Hosanna to the Son of David: Blessed is HE that cometh in the name of the LORD; Hosanna in the highest.
    Enjoy this little snippet from Herb Caen, "Out to Lunch," April 8, 1989.

    Lunch is an invitation or a brushoff... "Hey, long time no see! Let's have lunch one of these days." Other guy, a touch too eagerly: "Sure, when?" First guy, moving away rapidly: "I'll give you a call - we'll set something up." As Prof. C. Northcote Parkinson once put it so wisely, so well: "Delay is the deadliest form of denial." When a Cal student asked, "What does that mean, exactly?" Parkinson replied, "I'll tell you later."

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    "Dog bit me."

    Geo. tells a tale of the Mill Valley P.O. One carrier whose route was up in the tony hills would go on disability twice a year for dog bites. Unlike the huge Rottweilers and mastiffs in the flatlands, his potential vicious attackers were always toys. He'd put a dog biscuit in his sock, and his mark would come up to him and nip at his heels. Quickly he'd fall to the ground, grab the "wound" and toss the biscuit. He'd get weeks off work this way, tax free pay while on disability and $1000 or $2000 insurance settlements to augment his $36,000 a year salary. No moonlightinng for Bite Me!

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    'DESIRE UNBOUND'
    AT THE MET

    Birthday, 1942, Dorothea Tanning (American, born 1910), Oil on canvas; 40 1/4 x 25 1/2 in., Philadelphia Museum of Art, Purchased with funds contributed by Charles K. Williams II, 1999, ©2002 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris

    The catalog argues that the Surrealists' plays with dream imagery, assemblage and eroticism aim to reveal the hidden rule of desire behind the rational facade of mundane life in society.

    * * *

    Into Thy Hands, I Commend My Spirit
    'You can't be an architect if you're not a self-starter, but you can still be an employee, which I'm not interested in training.' What can you do to turn it around now? In school, the past is always, dog ate my homework, or there's always the future, that shibboleth of a bright and shining citadel. The present is nothing. Example.

    Memorial Flame
    for Yom HaShoah, day of remembrance, April 9, 2002 - Auschwitz, March of the Living, 2001
    Poem from Cmdr. Taco.

    Michael Dee Cookinham holding a photo of the Chinese junk, known as the Haung Ho, which he once owned, now high and dry somewhere in Northern Cal., 1995
    From: Gary Molitor
    To: nauti ; Gordon ; Carl ; Michael D Cookinham
    Sent: Tuesday, April 16, 2002 10:58 AM
    Subject: Strange letter from old college buddy

    Strange letter from old college buddy
    Today, while taking a walk, I was lying
    on the grass, and a van pulled up
    nearby. A lady jumped out and yelled
    if I was all right. She seemed a little upset that I was
    doing what I was doing. I suppose I was daydreaming --
    in the grass on the lawn near the Aquatic Center, and I
    suppose I looked like I was in distress because I was
    still. It's very nice that folks in Sequim notice old folks
    like me, but it's a little difficult to daydream and watch
    the clouds in a public place. I should carry some kind of
    sign with me that I can drive into the grace along side
    me that says: "I AM OK. I AM NOT DEAD OR DYING. I
    AM MEDITATING. THANK YOU." This marks the third
    time this has happened to me since I moved here. It
    does say something about the aged population of
    Sequim, doesn't it?


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    I didn't quite get this mirror right. While I'm at it there are always nocturnes to think about.
    resignation
    Do bedtime battles leave you boiling mad? Want to put the kibosh on cursing? Help is just a click away. Museum architect Moshe Safdie shares his preliminary design concept for the National Health Museum with Norman L. Christensen, Jr., Dean of the Nicholas School of the Environment and Professor of Ecology at Duke University. Church all day LONGDESC="on Friday, be grateful FOR= what you are about to receive. They all" START="out being organic architects and then what? This is YOU! Go down there and bring" BACKGROUND="something beautiful, a landscape plan" FOR="the entire place and I'll dice it and put it on ice in the morgue." During the early stage of the American invasion of Panama, Juantxu Rodriguez recorded (this) photograph of Panamanians lined up in a makeshift morgue.

    I'm a poser!
    How much of a freak are you?
    Ecstasy
    I am Wednesday's Child

    What day are you?


    Los Angeles RioterR. King
    Missuh Prasident, missuh prasident!

    Yazz?

    Uh sorr' t' bother ya, yeah sorr' t' mention, but is you killin' folks all day long your pappy's i.d.?

    Lemme see hyar, how do I work this...bzzzzzt!
    George Carl Report - NE California hunting and fishing
    FOLDED_CRANEthe film exchange Film is in the mail.
    My Cromemco System 2, 1981, a real This is what mine looked like black monster...
    Down 64K Memory Lane...
    Power down, reseat all S-100 bus boards; e.g. TUART, Super Dazzler...
    Reboot...
    Features Z-80, 64K RAM, two (2) 360K disks, dual page NTSC RGB display controller...
    64KZ (64 KByte RAM)FDC (Floppy-Interface)ZPU (Processor-Card)
    I still can't accept I did this. About ten years ago, I loaded it into the back of the car and took it to East Palo Alto, weighed it on a huge scale, about 60 pounds, and sold it for scrap.
    aus aktuellem Anlass (gerade erhaltene Nachricht über die Abmahnung eines Bekannten, der zu Illustrationszwecken einen Ausschnitt aus einem bekannten Kunstwerk auf seiner Internetseite verwendet hat) m?chte ich daran erinnern, da? offenbar zunehmend vonseiten der Inhaber von Copyrights etc. das Internet und insbesondere Seiten, die einen gewissen Bekanntheitsgrad haben...
    One of the great self-deceptions--and one of the great foolishnesses--is to tell yourself, 'Only I will know.' Only you will know that you are a liar; only you will know you deal unethically with people who trust you; only you will know you have no intention of honoring your promise. Whose knowledge or judgment do you imagine is more important? It is precisely your own ego from which there is no escape. -- Nathaniel BrandenThe Art of Living Consciously, The Power of Awareness to Transform Everyday Life The Syndicalist Black and Red Flag -
    Branden says that self is not an illusion. I see a red flag. It crosses my mind often as I think about the book I'm reading, turn off the self, the clatter. Out of nothing, something, form.

    Some of what I say may evoke associations with the Buddhist concept of "mindfulness." To be sure, there are some areas of agreement here--for instance, the importance of being present to what we are doing. (And sometimes I speak of living mindfully as a synonym for living conciously.) But there are differences that anyone familiar with Buddhism will recognize--for instance, I do not share the Buddhist view that self is an illusion (as I discuss in chapter 7). -- p. 65, Nathaniel Branden, The Art of Living Consciously, New York, Simon & Schuster, 1997

    Major JohnWesley Powell in his Adams Building office, ca. 1886. Photo by Wells Sawyer, Smithsonian Institution; BAE Negative # 64-2-13Thus the Grand Canyon is a land of song. Mountains of music swell in the rivers, hills of music billow in the creeks, and meadows of music murmur in the rills that ripple over the rocks. Altogether it is a symphony of multitudinous melodies. All this is the music of waters. --John Wesley Powellclick on photo index, 14642b John Wesley Powell, Wesleyan? Yes, if his father had any influence, but he was more a keen observer and scientist. Toward the end of his life he wrote Truth and Error and Good and Evil. These may be a little difficult to find on the web.
    "Sometimes at that moment [of despair] a wave of light breaks into our darkness, and it is as though a voice were saying: 'You are accepted. You are accepted, accepted by that which is greater than you...' The phrase Tillich left you with was &amp;quot;you are accepted&amp;quot;....  Millions now embrace this thinking. It can be the mental deductions for &amp;quot;living together&amp;quot;, de-facto relationships, practising homosexuality, and more. Homosexuals have embraced the theology. It suits their aggressive pursuit of activity. Guilt has been banished. They declare that they are free - but are they? Their lives tell us otherwise. Simply accept the fact that you are accepted!"
    Moa, dat's me, lessee, we gotta real job, yeah money heah, heah!

    Yazza. Ah fill da luv.

    So yew gunna go down dere and measure dem posts an' paint 'em.

    O yazza. Wotair yew say.
    Took ourselves on behalf of Ranger his web page to Shamrock Ranch for training. We must always correct him the second he shows anti-social behavior, never "That's ok, see the nice doggy over there." That's rewarding him for being aggressive. Instead, "No!" Tug on his collar if he still doesn't respond. Only when he makes the right decision, praise.


    what kind of junkie are you?

    Easy entry. Copy. Paste.
    This has been all picture posts on Topher Tune's Times. malorama as below did a couple of marvelous year-end picture pages, recent, old. A reader on malorama added this.

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