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May. 27th, 2008

hello lover...<3

i see london i see france i see bj fall collection 08!












May. 26th, 2008


petite coquine - cheeky little thing
sans culotte - no panties

j'aime les francais

Feb. 18th, 2008

(no subject)


Feb. 15th, 2008

hockey is a brutally sexy.


sabres vs. rangers


oh yeah, i'm a huge hockey buff by the by.

Feb. 10th, 2008

take a step back

there's a light misting of snow on the roofs of brooklyn.
it's nice.
but fucking entirely too windy.

saw the bandits play the titans at MSG this afternoon.

Nov. 7th, 2007

i'm gunna be on FUSE tomorrow

it's true!

I will be one of the 35 people invited to be on "The Sauce" Tomorrow night @ 6pm ET on FUSE.

For all yall back in TEJAS, tune in @ 5pm to see your girl rocking out a green Cruiserweight oldskool T-Shirt as well as rocking out with JEW and singing along to every song! My friend Brendan will be there with me.

GO FIT students, rah rah rah!

show: The Sauce
day/time: Thursday, November 8th @6pm ET. (5pm for texans!)
network: FUSE
what i will be wearing: A green CRUISERWEIGHT t-shirt, jean skirt and red glasses. Look for the most obnoxious JEW fan out there in the crowd and my texas tattoo, you'll know your girl when you see her!

ps. get the new JEW album "Chase the Light" and listen to here it goes, my new theme song.

Nov. 6th, 2007

holiday print exchange

Taken from Jesse's LJ and I think it's an EXCELLENT IDEA! i'm already super excited and thinking of images I want to send out. i'm designer. let the good times roll...
My raging Hypochondria may have something to do with the fact that for the past 3 months all I could bring myself to do was sit home, alone in my house with nothing but the computer & webmd to keep me company. I'd snuggle up with heaping plate of anxiety and have a go. Granted, in September I did have a my first Migraine and I was in the hospital but after that...well, it just hasn't stopped. I've started to get it under control, for the most part, but the anxiety finds it's way every so often and I have to calm myself down. I'm seeing a counselor soon, and overrall I've been feeling really good lately so I feel like thinks are starting to look up again.

Gibbs dropped my major 2 weeks before I was supposed to go, so no New York for me. I'm probably going back to MVCC in the spring to FINALLY finish my degree there and then I was thinking of maybe PRATT. In the meantime I'm keeping myself busy with projects and working for my father once a week. I've got a lot of new music coming, Harley and I are writing a script for a play/movie based on the "Big Momma Ghetto" series we shot, and I've got a few art projects in the works including one that is very nearly completed and will be set in motion soon.

The new Britney album is suprsingly Un-bad.
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Holiday Print Exchange

music: Stephin Merritt
OK... So if you're like me, you live in a big house in the suburbs of Boston with a lot of ugly blank walls... Or maybe you share a tiny studio apartment in Williamsburg with 7 other starving indie kids who call themselves artists. I don't think that's the point.

If you're like me, you love Christmas time because it means joy and goodwill for all. You cherish the crowded shopping days between Thanksgiving and December 25th, you have a advent calendar, and you dress in green and red for a month strait. You watch Christmas movies and listen to Christmas albums exclusively from July through Christmas and December 26th is the worst day of the year. Or maybe you're a Jew and are responsible for phrases like "Happy Holidays" and Adam Sandler's 2002 flop "Eight Crazy Nights." Maybe you hate babies and angels. Maybe you're going to hell.

The point is, you're an artist, I'm an artist, let's make something happen. Here is what I propose we make happen:

The First Ever 2007 Holiday Print Exchange

Two options...

Group Exchange

- People sign up.
- Organizer lumps people into groups of 3-4 people depending on how many sign up
- Everyone e-mails everyone else in their group their real name and mailing address
- People in the group send their prints to each other

This one would involve making 3-4 prints and sending them out to different people. It would cost a little bit more and take a little bit more effort, but the plus side is that you get 3-4 prints in exchange. Email me if you're interested in this option at pluckmyeyeout@gmail.com. Please put the subject line as "Print Exchange." I'll put groups together and give out emails so that you can all organize on your own.

Blind Exchange

- People sign up
- Everyone e-mails the organizer their real name and mailing address
- Organizer organizes a 'daisy chain' where one person sends a print to the next person on the list, etc...
- The organizer then e-mails the people on the list individually who they should send a print to
- The exchange is 'blind' because no one knows where they are getting a print from

This is also a fun way to do this; it would cost a little less and take a little bit less time but also very cool. Email Tricia at tricia.mast@gmail.com if you would like to do this option. Please put the subject line as "Print Exchange." You must include a full name and mailing address so that she can pass on your info to another photographer.

You can do both if you'd like! The more the merrier.

Please send this to anybody and everybody you know if you think they would be interested in doing this.


-You must be the original artist
-You must be able to create a print in good enough condition to put up on a wall... Digital or Silver is OK, but if you don't know what you're doing, please have the print professionally done
-You must ship the print in a way that will not damage it
-The cost of printing and sending the image is on your shoulders, the idea being that you will receive a print of equal value

Jesse Q. Stansdork.

Aug. 20th, 2007

ahahaha oh wow. i'm silly.

scroll down to the bottom
i'm the 4th from the bottom going up.


mwahahaha! i'm silly.

Aug. 9th, 2007

(no subject)

i really enjoy the is is ep. by the yeah yeah yeahs

Jul. 31st, 2007

houston, new york city has a HUGE problem.


we have a huge problem.
read the info below (taken from crave.net)
and please PLEASE sign the petition. i thank you with all 5foot 2inches of my whole self. completely and utterly.

here is the link for the petition: http://www.pictureny.org/petition/index.php

If you've ever tried to set up a tripod in New York City, you know that it can be difficult enough just avoiding all the people. Then, if a police officer spots you, you also have to explain why you've set it up, which can lead to the officer telling you that you need a permit. Now, the city is planning to modify its photo and video permit rules in ways that has alarmed many local photographers and videographers. An brief announcement by the city outlines some of the changes, though a PDF of the full notice explains the new rules in further detail.

On the surface, the new rules might seem benign, since it makes sense to require permits for large professional productions, which typically involve many people, vehicles, and the potential for very large equipment. However, with the rise of photo and video sharing sites, such as Flickr, Webshots, and YouTube, many more non-pros have been embarking on more elaborate projects, which could easily put them at odds with the proposed regulations. The new rules require permits for any shoot that includes two people or more for a period of longer than 30 minutes and restrict tripod use to 10 minutes, including set up and break down times. I don't know about you, but for a complicated shot, it can take me 10 minutes just to set up my camera on a tripod. Also, just to get a permit, you need to have insurance, which adds to the cost of some already expensive hobbies, and effectively limits the freedom of expression of all New Yorkers and anyone who visits the city.

A group called Picture New York will be hosting a rally at 6:30 tonight in New York's Union Square park to bring attention to the issue and has an online petition you can sign to speak out against the new regulations. They are also encouraging people to make video responses and post them on You Tube. They'll then take those responses and deliver them to the mayor's office.

After September 11, 2001, New York City authorities began more rigorous enforcement of laws restricting photography and video, most notably around and on bridges. The MTA also tried to ban photography from New York City subways, but public protest made them reverse that decision. Hopefully, the mayor's office will listen to the reaction against the proposed regulations. If not, then an era of independent film making and photography in New York may come to a close. (taken from crave.net)

**This E-Petition was initiated on Wednesday, July 25, 2007. It will be closed on Friday, August 3, the end of the public comment period as determined by the Mayor's Office of Film, Theater & Broadcasting. Please sign by Friday and make sure to tell others!**

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