Grub Street


Summary of an O.C. episode

Posted in Uncategorized by grubstreet on March 27, 2006

season 2, disc 3, episode 4, for my benefit:

seth, summer, and zack go to pitch their comic to a publisher and seth
freaks out because he has to sleep next door to summer and zack…he
stays up all night and blows the meeting, then takes a bus home alone on
valentine's day cause they are mad at him…ryan tries to win over cal
by beating him at pool…sandy's old law professor dies and his daughter
goes into hiding again, not before she and sandy kiss, on valentine's
day…sandy comes home and kirsten shuts the bedroom door on him….alex
gives marissa strategies for dealing with her mom, who is plotting how
to leave cal with a bunch of money…marissa and alex start making out
at the end of the episode.

early morning thoughts

Posted in Uncategorized by grubstreet on March 14, 2006

Yesterday I did more mopping than ever before, so after work I had a few drinks (gratis, of course).  For a long time I followed a policy of no drinking on Mondays.  I want to start reading more on the train.  And also acquire some sort of portable music device again.  Both of these things will increase the quality of my life, I think.  I have grown attached to my neighborhood.  I don’t want to leave it.  I like my close proximity to 3 train lines, all of which I use on a regular basis.  I am afraid of change?

 Jesse is in Chico, CA now for a visit.  I started writing a little ditty about our last Chico visit.  It goes something like this:

 Riding on interstate 5, I almost lost my life/ Cruisin’ in my brand new ride, I nearly lost my life.

I thought it could have a sort of twangy, not-quite-country Neil Young feel.

poison

Posted in Uncategorized by grubstreet on March 7, 2006

I just got an email from a friend who said he heard about J’s headaches and the “fumes at my house” and that I should be careful about carbon monoxide poisoning.  It’s the number one cause of accidental poisoning deaths in the US.  What??  I’m alarmed.  I don’t know where he heard there were fumes at my house because that never occurred to me.