A list of quotes overheard from other people. Not as lame as it sounds.
Web link of note: In Passing
A list of New York neighborhoods sorted by ethnicity.
DANH: i like the country of HIPSTERS
Web link of note: Walking Around
I think we need a Overheard in SF.
Although Overheard in Berkeley might top both of them.
Web link of note: Overheard in New York
Global Peace Containers is an not-for-profit organization that has perfected a method and system to economically convert retired international shipping containers into sustainable housing and community buildings such as medical facilities, schools and neighborhood centers.
Web link of note: Global Peace Containers
It’s a cafe and laundromat in San Francisco.
They have live music, an “art wall” gallery, spoken word poetry (seriously!) and other events.
I haven’t checked it out yet, but I intend to soon!
Web link of note: Brain Wash
Last night I partied with about 100 old Mexicans. It was a type of fun I hadn’t been anticipating.
It was Diane’s mom’s neighbor’s 50th Wedding Anniversary, and they went all out- a giant buffet, a 3 tier wedding cake, a bar and a band playing insanely loud 1950’s Mexican-American jazz (think zoot suits in Los Angeles).
There was this one song where Diane jumped up and grabbed the groom and danced- no one could decide (even our hosts) what the lyrics were, or the title, but almost everyone has heard it: it sounds like the lyrics are
One ripe tomato!
I said a one ripe tomato!
One ripe tomaaaato!
‘said a one one ripe tomaaaa-to!
The guests were constantly on the dance floor. I remember watching them and having a sense of “this is how it is supposed to be.” I think large parties for our generation should have a brief “how to dance” session for the first ten minutes the band is playing.