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radio killed the video star

song of the day: I'm not gonna lie to you, it's still Irish Heart, English Blood by Morrissey. i can't stop singing "i've been dreaming of a time when...the ENGLISH are SICK to death of LABOR...and TORRIES, and SPIT UPON the name..." etc.
word of the day: yeah, that's still FUCK too...
monk of the day: Nixon

and the DVD is titled...

song of the day: Irish Heart, English Blood / Morrissey
word of the day: FUCK
monk of the day: the Unknown which abides as each

karma yoga

song of the day: Sari / Nellie Mckay
word of the day: sinistrorse / turned or spiralling upwards towards the left
monk of the day: Nichole Fromm (the bomb! wooooooooooo!!!!!!!)

i spent the weekend attending with the integral institute gang, attending Roger Walsh's two day work shop. day one was on Karma Yoga, day two was devoted to ethics.

day one we went through the nine points of karma yoga, what i have from my notes (these are not Roger's words or phrasings):

.o.

song of the day: Dead Man's Party Oingo Boingo
word of the day: Word / Speech, utterance. 2, a thing or things said, a remark or remarks. 3, verbally represent or cause to be represented as
koan of the day: "Pee on me"
- Jerry Blank (Amy Sedaris' character in Strangers With Candy to a girl she's trying to seduce in a hotel room...)

i almost have a real roof on my house. gives one the sense of enclosure...

magnolia

song of the day: wise up / aimee mann
word of the day: metonymy / the substitution of a word denoting an attribute or adjunct of a thing for the denoting the thing itself (like in "do you want a KLEENEX?" or let's get a COKE {as a reference to all soda generically...}
monk of the day: tanja, desiree, rinus (holland)

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