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thanks KCRW 4 Electric Daisy Carnival Tix!

June 27, 2008

Yep, we did, we just won tix to the Electric Daisy Carnival this Saturday at Exposition Park near downtown LA! 4pm-4am, non-stop music of several stages plus carnival rides! Question is, what to do with that little red headed boy I love so much? Guess if he can handle Burning Man, he will have fun at this–at least from 4pm until 10pm or so! We might miss Moby but we’ll still have fun! See you there, Helen! For more info, go to:

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  1. June 27, 2008 8:14 am

    YOU KNOW MICHAEL BAUER!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Amazing!!!!!!!!!!! I love Michael. (he doesnt much like me, I am a bit well flashy loud populist and well somethingelse for Michael, I met him in the now defunct Writers Cafe where he was legendary for his bad temper arrogance and honesty. Are you still in contact with him? Do you know where he lives? Can you sneak up on him and give him a huge and incredibly embarrassing hug from me, amamamazing,

  2. June 27, 2008 8:16 am

    P.S., what’s wrong with Cafepress Tshirts? I really want to know, you sounded like it was a problem and I really only want to sell totally honest and forthright. You don’t have to buy one, I’m just drunk and curious.

  3. June 27, 2008 3:19 pm

    yes it is an incredibly small world…he was legendary around here for the same…we got along quite well for a long time, he liked my hosting more than my poetry but some of my poetry he thought was good enough not to ignore.

    I haven’t seen Michael in years. We were quite close actually. He was enamoured with my child and my love for him too, adn took some pictures of us for us Feb 2004. I hurt his feelings inadvertantly about something to do with my son, and then he moved away. I guess he moved to Brsbane??


  4. June 27, 2008 11:19 pm

    No, I haven’t met him in the flesh, only internettly. That sounds like the same person though, a lot. I have tried to hunt him down on the net recently but he seems to have disappeared altogether, which is very sad. I hope he’s okay.

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