Extracted from the strong smelling asphalt froth
A deep red female scale insect
Ho, yes, ho!
The lips of her ship is moldy
The dosh in her pocket is gone
Since roving`s been her ruin
Oh aye, oh
The stairs are sleep inducing
Way, hay up, steady she goes
The chimes of bells she faintly hears
be all ears – Be ALL ears
Then cast her mind in the stream
with fusticwood shavings and soot colored tears
kut-kut-kut hissed the vacuum
Beep beep! purred the dusty chimes of chrome
Oh poor old horse
is buried in sand
All dat done
has drifted from land
– Ida Ekblad
First digital single from the soundtrack to “Where the Wild Things Are.” Karen O and a choir of kids sing a song that’s pure and sweet.
I caught the last 3 innings of yesterday’s Little League World Series concession game between Germany and Canada — the most exhilarating 3 innings of ball I’ve seen in quite a while. Canada appeared to have things pretty much sewn up going into the 5th with an 8 run lead, but Germany came back, leaving the Canucks in the hole when they came to bat in the 6th. Then, with the bases loaded, Katie Reyes — only the 15th girl to ever play in the series — stepped to the plate. Awesome performance.
Flying high indeed! Opening Ceremony’s mammoth outpost in Japan opens in less than a week. The latest installment of OC’s pre-launch film series features Jason Schwartzman and a kite. Shot and directed by Matt Wolf.
Images from the first annual National Soccer Championship for Women of Rural Organizations.
[via Lost at E Minor]
Shoes. With cardboard and glue. Then go to your cardboard computer and mime type an email.