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“Outside another yellow moon / Punched a hole in the nighttime, yes / I climb through the window and down the street / Shining like a new dime” ―Tom Waits
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“Downtown Train” ―Tom Waits, 1985 / Rod Stewart, 1989

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“What is the hurry? It's pretty early —It's ok, we'll take our time” ―Nicki Minaj ☁️ 🌴 🌊
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“The Night Is Still Young” ―Nicki Minaj, 2014

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Yo, ayo tonight is the night that I'ma get twisted
Myx Moscato and vodka, I'ma mix it
Roll that spaceship, we about to get lifted
Live in the present, that gift is for the gifted
This what you came, this what you came for
You get what you buy, this what you paid for
So make sure the stars is what you aim for
Make mistakes though

I never worry, life is a journey
I just wanna enjoy the ride
What is the hurry? It's pretty early
It's ok, we'll take our time

The night is still young
The night is still young
The night is still young
And so are we
The night is still young (How dare we sit quietly)
The night is still young (And watch the world pass us by)
The night is still young (How dare we sit quietly)
So are we

Ayo, drinks on you or the drinks is on me
We ain't going nowhere like tanks is on E
We still getting money, what bank it's gon' be?
If he's sexy, he plankin' on me
So where them big boys with all of that?
Hey! Tell the bartender, say my order back
Hey! It's bottle service, he ordered that
Hey! Might let him take it home and slaughter that
He got friends for all of my friends
They ain't leavin' til we say when
And we gonna hangover the next day
But we will remember this day
So drop the pop and get low
Or we can drop the top and just cruise
We fresh to death, down to the shoes
My only motto in life is don't lose

I never worry, life is a journey
I just wanna enjoy the ride
What is the hurry? It's pretty early
It's ok, we'll take our time

The night is still young
The night is still young
The night is still young
And so are we
The night is still young (How dare we sit quietly)
The night is still young (And watch the world pass us by)
The night is still young (How dare we sit quietly)
So are we

We're just gettin' started, yeah, yeah
We're just gettin' started, yeah, yeah
Can't you see the night's still early
And we gon' get it wild and crazy

We're just gettin' started, yeah, yeah
We're just gettin' started, yeah, yeah
Can't you see the night's still early
And we gon' get it wild and crazy

The night is still young
The night is still young
The night is still young
And so are we
The night is still young (How dare we sit quietly)
The night is still young (And watch the world pass us by)
The night is still young (How dare we sit quietly)
So are we

(How dare we sit quietly)
(And watch the world pass us by)
(How dare we sit quietly)
(And watch the world pass us by)

Image from page 108 of "Elementary exercises for the deaf and dumb" (1821)
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Identifier: 60530620R.nlm.nih.gov
Title: Elementary exercises for the deaf and dumb
Year: 1821 (1820s)
Authors: Akerly, Samuel, 1785-1845 New-York Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb
Subjects: Hearing Impaired Persons Curriculum
Publisher: New York : Printed by E. Conrad
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90 21st EXERCISE. Words of Jive Letters, to exercise the Pupils by Natu-ral Signs, without the objects before them, as in the6th and 12th Exercises. Acorn Apple Brush Broom Crown Coach Chair Camel Clock Chain Churn Eagle Fence Flail Grapes Grate Goose Globe Horse House Knife Louse Mouse Quill Razor Sword Sheaf Sieve Sheep Sloop Spoon Spade Spear Skate Snake Snail Scull Screw Stool Stove Spike Tongs Table Whale Watch Wedge Wheel 22d EXERCISE. The Words of the preceding Exercise, with the arti-cles in the Singular and Plural. SINGULAR. PLURAL. An acorn the acorn the acorns an apple the apple the apples a brush the brash the brushes a broom the broom the brooms a crown the crown the crowns a coach the coach the coaches a chair the chair the chairs a cloek the clock the clocks a camel the camel the camels a chain the chain the chains [ 97 ] (22<Z EXERCISE.)SINGULAR. An eaglea fencea flaila grapea giatea goosea globea horsea housea knifea lousea mousea quilla razora sworda sheafa sievea

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126. wake up
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somethin' filled up my heart with nothin',
someone told me not to cry.

but now that I'm older, my heart's colder,
and I can see that it's a lie.

children don't grow up,
our bodies get bigger but our hearts get torn up.
we're just a million little gods causin' rain storms;
turnin' every good thing to rust.

i guess we'll just have to adjust

the arcade fire

it has been a better day today. i have been doing what i can to find things that make me happy. singing like a fool in the car, oblivious to the stares around me, shouting cheery f*%£ you's to the drivers who irritate me, chatting, smiling and joking with the patients. flickr. cooking. working hard to find the small things, and letting the big things take care of themselves.

my quote of the day comes from a patient, who, when asked what makes the tooth hurt, replied, absolutely seriously, "the pain".

the song for the title has been re-recorded for a trailer for my most anticipated film of the year. everybody should know the book "where the wild things are", by maurice sendak. If you don't, you need to find it, read it, and love it. it's an easy book to read - it's about 12 pages long, and it has no words. it was my favourite book as a child, and Spike Jonze has made a film from it. every primary (elementary) school teacher should have a copy of the book at the very least.

the trailer is available here and must definitely be watched. i must warn you though, i sat and watched it with my mother, and ended up sobbing with joy. she looked at me as if i was crazy (some days i suspect i may be).

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ENTENDIENDO MAL TODO LO QUE SE VE.
SE ESTÁ PONIENDO DIFÍCIL SER ALGUIEN
PERO TODO SE RESUELVE,
NO ME IMPORTA MUCHO.


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Apple-Pumpkin Tart
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Dessert for dinner Saturday night at camp, improvised after a visit to the farm stand for apples and finding a small portion of frozen sugar pumpkin purée in the freezer at home that wanted using. Made the dough for the crust at home (along with a batch of bourbon caramel sauce to serve with it), and did rest of the prep and actual baking at camp (which, since we were in the Phillips House for the night as campmasters, was a pretty straightforward thing to do.)

This was very, very good (or, as my friend Brian put it, "entirely suck-free food"). Already recorded the recipe in the Omnomnomicon to be used again come Thanksgiving.

Ingredients

For the crust
6 oz. flour
1 tbl. sugar
pinch salt
4 oz. unsalted butter, cold, cut into 1/2" pieces
1 1/2 oz. ice-cold water
1 1/2 oz. ice-cold vodka

For the filling
3 baking apples
2 Granny Smith apples
5 oz. pumpkin puree
3 tbl. butter
1/3 c. + 1 tbl. sugar
1 tsp. cinnamon
1/4 tsp. nutmeg
black pepper
pinch salt

For the bourbon caramel
1 c. sugar
2 tbl. light corn syrup
1/3 c. water
1 tbl. butter
1 c. heavy cream
2 tbl. bourbon

Directions

Put the flour, sugar, and salt in the work bowl of a food processor fitted with a metal blade, and pulse a few times to combine. Add the chunks of butter, and pulse 8 or 10 times in 1-second bursts. You should still have a few pieces of butter the size of small peas. Combine the water and vodka, sprinkle a bit of it onto the flour-butter mixture, and stir to combine. Repeat until the dough holds together when squeezed in your hand. Wrap in a double layer of plastic and let sit in the refrigerator for at least an hour for the moisture to distribute evenly.

Preheat your oven to 350°F. Roll out the crust large enough to fill a 10" tart pan. Form the crust to the pan, trimming off any excess, and use a fork to dock the bottom. Freeze for about 10 minutes, then line with parchment or foil and some baking weights or dry beans. Bake 20 minutes, then remove the parchment and weights and bake just until the bottom looks dry, another 10-15 minutes more. Remove from the oven. Increase the oven temperature to 375°F.

Peel, core, and finely dice the baking apples. In a sauté pan, melt 2 tbl. of the butter and add the apples, cooking until they begin to soften. Stir in the pumpkin purée, 1/3 c. sugar, spices, and salt, then fill the crust with the mixture. Peel and core the Granny Smith apples, and cut into thin slices. Arrange the slices neatly in concentric circles on the top of the tart, dab with the remaining butter, and sprinkle on the remaining sugar.

Bake at 375°F for 35-45 minutes, until the apple slices soften and brown a bit along the edges. Remove to a wire rack to cool, then remove from the tart pan.

To make the caramel, combine the sugar, corn syrup, and water in a medium saucepan. Cook over high heat, brushing down anything that splashes onto the side of the pan with a wet pastry brush. When the bubbles start to pile on top of each other, keep a close watch. The mixture will begin to change color, swirl gently just until you get to a medium amber color, and remove from the heat immediately. Add the butter, cream, and bourbon (it will bubble up; be careful!), then return to the heat and whisk until all of the caramel is dissolved in to the cream. Allow to cool before using, but serve at room temperature.

Serve slices of the tart with a good drizzle of the caramel, and, if you like, some lightly sweetened whipped cream with a bit of sour cream added to it.

Nikon D7000 w/Nikkor 18-200mm @ 75mm, 1/45s @ ƒ/9.5, ISO800. Color processing in Aperture.

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