"Fire is motion / Work is repetition / This is my document / We are all all we've done / We are all all we've done / We are all all we've done / We are all all defenses."

- Cap'N Jazz, "Oh Messy Life," Analphabetapolothology

Thursday, April 12, 2007

on cue

and of course, this happened again.

what's so splendid about this, though, is that this little tart is the fiancee of jackass Ben Alexander, whose simian antics in passive-aggressively attacking SFS have been laughable at best.

--- Katie Klug wrote:

What do you want? And when would you like it?
Take me off your listserv -- wealth redistribution is not one of my key interests...

--- Stephanie Lee wrote:

How delightful of you to ask, Katie.

>>What do you want? A LIVING WAGE.
> > And when would you like it? NOW.

And you're not on any Students for Staff listserv. I got your email from Miami's website. I'd remove you if I knew how.

Take care,


anyway, they deserve each other. rumor has it Ben Alexander used to be a punk (without a capital P) before he met her, and then he went conservative on our asses like no one's biznass.

if love turns u into a conservative, count me out.

in other news, it's 6:20 in the AM and i just finished a final paper! it's that Foucauldian/Derridean analysis of Fight Club i've been talkin about. excerpts later...


[in other other news, i stayed up all night working on the aforementioned paper, only to catch the Kurt Vonnegut news right as it was breaking. it was a strange feeling, the sudden news and the early hour of the day making me feel suddenly so alone and weary.]

1 comment:

The ZenFo Pro said...

Hey! Actually heard about your intro the other night. You're getting famous there, chica :)

And this sorta sucks ass. Had to Facebook the names to figure out who you were talking about.

Just so you know, I've been so damned pissed with reading the hatemail you've been getting related to trying to make a difference. I posted something sorta inspired by how you handled it...much more mature than me, actually.

Lol. If you're hear enough, you might actually start developing "Townie Rage."