p s e u d o r e a l

Better Than Real Because It's Not.

Tuesday August 14th 2012, 12:57 am
Filed under: General

(Mar 27) Back to the city. In and out, very quickly. Most trips there end up like that now.

long long long underway
The new leader

eventually it will be finished, too
Tallest in the city

The former champ. Twice.

The LIRR windows are never clean

Sunday September 27th 2009, 3:57 am
Filed under: General

September has been something to endure. And that’s being cheerful about it.

president st.
When the gate’s open, I step in for a few shots.

I keep meaning to just ask someone if I can come in.

union st.
I’d like to get shots of all of it before I move.

union st.
Crazy Sign Person went into re-runs.

the marigolds of memory
I remember when summer meant marigolds

and so is the bank
Speaking of memory, the night depository is a relic now, right?

apple on the sidewalk
Returning from the bank in the early morning, I saw an apple on the sidewalk.

apples on the tree
I looked up.

water supply sampling station
Then I went out to Port Jefferson. I always walk to the LIRR now as well. My legs are cheaper and still more reliable than the subway.

raindrops on the train window
It rained. It was apropos.

train window on the raindrops
Wet. Scattered. Metaphor.

Down the drain and on the street.

hiring soon!
Hot Pink. Not the ideal way to keep Victoria’s Secret.

Saturday April 11th 2009, 4:42 pm
Filed under: General

This was a long week, but I have little to show for it.

Arriving in Port Jefferson …

they're yeller, I say!
There’s always something randomly blooming

… which became PJ Horsefeathers, which became The Bada Bing, which has become The Riff

the cars, not just a band
… Then back to Brooklyn, and off to the bank to deposit a check.

popeye is a bottom?
Ok, this place is getting weirder.

Monday April 06th 2009, 1:34 am
Filed under: General

No Dorkbot for me this month either. If I don’t make it in May, I’ll have to wait until September.

yay windows
My bank’s technology choices continue to frighten me, though unsurprising they may be.

gates ave. station
Lindsay has moved again.

touch me!
Delilah has become the most affectionate cat I’ve ever seen. When she goes back in heat again, it’s going to be crazy.

a couch full of friends
They’re glad it’s almost over at this point.

diesels in the night, exchanging horn blasts
Then I ended up out on Long Island, taking the lamentable 6:49PM from Stony Brook. This train takes 30 minutes longer to get to the city than any other since it waits in stations while the rush hour traffic passes it on the single track of the Port Jefferson Branch.

Friday January 30th 2009, 3:20 am
Filed under: General

sign overload
4th Ave., Park Slope.

in fact it's peeking in your window right now.
They really, really love you.