Thursday, November 30, 2006

SEE YOU ON THE OTHER SIDE


What crime is being committed here? What city is being abandoned for another? What tenet of the practice of yama is being violated by the acceptance of this act? What is meant by the sinister phrase "heavy Hors d'Oeuvres"? What fine guests will decline? Huh?

Answers will be forthcoming, I assure you. All will be made plain. But you won't like it!

7 Comments:

Blogger cheesemeister said...

I might not like the plan, but I do like the vivid colors in this picture!

12:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's that ride again.
The front of the building, in my configuration, was an office type building fronted with black glass, set into the side of a mountain like a parking garage. In fact, you entered through the garage level. If you climbed to the top, there was a point where if your cart twisted to the left, it'd be a fun ride and you'd wind up in the gift shop, but if it twisted to the right it'd be the most terrifying ride you had ever been on, and you never rode it to the end because you woke up in horror.
I haven't dreamed it for years, but last night I dreamed I was in the gift shop, and was giving Scott back a plaque that he'd given me with a character drawn on it named "The Falcon."
--MC

12:53 PM  
Anonymous brett said...

For some reason, my RSS aggregator no longer picks up the images. So I find mysef reading Jim's text, then clicking the link to see the illustration. And you know what? I like it better that way.

4:21 PM  
Blogger Jason White said...

very cool. there is something pleasing about seeing the end of a track.

6:58 AM  
Blogger Doug said...

The Rock Island Line is a mighty good road
The Rock Island Line is the road to ride
The Rock Island Line is a mighty good road
If you want to ride you gotta ride it like you find it
Get your ticket at the station for the Rock Island Line.

Is the future trackless?
Maybe there are new tracks that can't be seen with the eyes of today.

8:59 AM  
Anonymous WOW GOLD said...

WOW GOLD, nice blog. its worth reading. I liked it very much

12:56 AM  
Anonymous The National Benefit Authority said...

There is something pleasing about seeing the end of a track.

10:54 PM  

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