i’m tired

August 10, 2006

today i got stranded on the other side of lake orion.

That was not a very fun time.

20 miles total for the day.

73.56 miles done this week.

photos and such are here and here

I’ve met a few crazy people this week. One was saturday. He told me about how he was running for senate, and then he started ranting about this nazi banker who owns all the banks, and controls the media, as well as several high-ranking politicians. He also told me about how the netherlands have an active euthanasia campaign for the elderly.

The other was a guy named travelin’ joe. He was a passive aggressive character. When i came up to him, he was cutting up his shirt with a knife. I stuck around and talked with him. He was pretty cool, but his possession of a knife scared me away.

i got some work with hostpc.com . Anky from WHT got me the job. Rockin’.

I’m out of here. Take care, folks.

15 Responses to “i’m tired”

  1. Krista Antonini Says:

    STOCK AGENCYS
    You are aware of stock agencies and if not you might want to look them up. Topic: Photo.

  2. Krista Antonini Says:

    SELF PORTRAIT ARTIST
    I am a self portrait artist. The least favorite type of photo is what I like best. It isn’t easy to take a look at yourself and to view yourself from every angle. Most people look at others and tell whoever is listening or not what they do and do not like about whomever or whatever. I prefer to look at myself. You can’t change anyone else or try and force them to change because if you cannot accept them….then the problem or the person that you want to change is really yourself.

  3. Krista Antonini Says:

    GROUP PHOTO
    Imagine if everyone in a group photo had to change to please one person. In a photo that is reasonable but in “real life” many people do not have to change in order to suit the needs of one or two people.
    Lynching someones studio and hacking it all over the joint isn’t real civil.

  4. Krista Antonini Says:

    THIS FROM PEOPLE WHO THINK THAT THE SHIT IN THE MAGAZINES IS ACTUALLY REAL.

    YEA, IT’S A REAL BEDROOM YOU DUMB-ASS.

  5. Krista Antonini Says:

    NO, THE AUTOMOBILE JUST APPEARS MAJICALLY ONTO THE BROCHURE…..YEA.

    MAYBE THEY NEED A FUCKING PAMPHLET.

  6. Krista Antonini Says:

    GEE….I WONDER HOW THE POLITICIANS FACE GOT ONTO THE FLIER.

  7. Krista Antonini Says:

    I AM SO FUCKING SICK AND TIRED OF THIS SHIT.

  8. Krista Antonini Says:

    COMMERCIALLY IT IS EASIER TO SHOOT THINGS THAN PEOPLE. MAINLY BECAUSE EVERYONE WANTS BE BECOME “A BIG STAR”. THAT’S USUALLY THE PROBLEM. HENCE: I’D RATHER SHOOT A FUCKING CHAIR.

  9. Krista Antonini Says:

    YOUR ART IS COMMING ALONG.

  10. Krista Antonini Says:

    LEGAL
    NO PHOTOGRAPH IS COMMERCIAL WITHOUT THE EXPRESSED WRITTEN CONSCENT OF THE SUBJECT OF THE PHOTOGRAPH.

    IF THE SCENE IS A PUBLIC SCENE IT IS COMMERCIAL AS LONG AS THE SCENE DOES NOT SHOW A SPECIFIC TARGET.

  11. Krista Antonini Says:

    LEGAL
    FINE ART, ESPECIALLY SELF-PORTRAIT, IS OF THE ARTIST, BY THE ARTIST AND FOR THE ARTIST. ONLY THAT SPECIFIC ARTIST HOLDS ANY RIGHTS TO THE ART THEY PRODUCE.

  12. Krista Antonini Says:

    NOBODYS “FAMILY” CAN PRODUCE THEIR ART AFTER THEY DIE. ALL OF THAT WOULD HAVE TO BE ARRANGED THROUGH THE ARTIST BEFOREHAND.

  13. Krista Antonini Says:

    THERE ARE MANY ARTISTS THAT WOULD SET IT UP SO THAT THEIR ART IS RELEASED AFTER THEY DIE. THEY WOULD LIVE REGULAR LIVES AND DO THEIR ART ON THE SIDE AND INVEST IN SOMETHING ELSE SUCH AS STOCKS, BONDS, REAL ESTATE, ETC. THIS WOULD REQUIRE THE EXPRESSED WRITTEN CONCENT OF THE ARTIST.

  14. Krista Antonini Says:

    ASSULT AND THE NOSE JOB
    When someone get’s their face broken the doctors offer to fix the damage. In the white neighborhood the doctors are a bit creepy. My nose used to look Arabic which I liked but the doctor fixed the damage by giving me a cacusaian (white) nose. It kind of creeps me out because white boys think that it is nice and they are scarry.

  15. Krista Antonini Says:

    The doctor was really nice though. He was a white guy. He did a good job.


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