Saturday, July 30, 2005

 

i have names

yesterday was really the most un-touristic day since we arrived.
just hanging out in the ghetto as dj bobofete would have said.
i don't know if this is a crescendo, but i really enjoyed this day more than the others. except for that very good evening with robert (easy talk and good alcohol match my expectations). hi robert. i'm honored.

this yahiro place has a lot in common with where i was living two years ago. getting back into the advantages of living next to a dump

(having free stuff, sometimes even cool free stuff such as
pregnant women's asses
or
ex-kawaii dogs).

it felt like sticky christmas when we found them. problem is it kind of stinks.
also getting back to using minidisc for field-recording takes me back to ici-même techniques except i don't really know why i'm recording stuff now.

from now on
(we are just coming back from fish market, davide and laurence are sleeping. she's on the upper bed, third floor)
today
may be like yesterday as we are going to stay here and work on the lecture.
fish market was great. we got some smiles and interest from the busy fishermen, and some typical shouts from the policemen. i was asked if i had an access card to be where i was (on my left, dead tunas, on my right, more dead tunas, in front some guy auctioning them with a bell with a good flow that davide sampledandloopedandpitched up-scale of course in the most perfect and meaningful way at the end of the 20-minute performance , behind me those cars that i had never seen before , and on my belly the portable PA and laptop cranked-up to the max (11). i need a card?)




Comments:
you guys are totally 'livin la vida bobo'...

-djBFete
 
ah i would also like to sit on a pregnant woman's ass.
 
that is so confortable, you just cant imagine :)
 
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