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I'll bet there are some good, down-home Portuguese restaurants in N.E. (Providence, south of Boston, etc.). They are hard to find elsewhere in the U.S. I'd love to find either cod (without scales) or beef prepared the way they make it to eat on a regular enough basis.
I believe that is the first time in over 40,000 posts that someone on TC has posted Rush lyrics! Well done, curt.
But now vado will post that eternal question: why is it that the most technically skilled musicians write the worst songs?! Love you vado!!
Donna -- are you going to the game tomorrow?
Game? I'm in Phoenix. Do you mean the race?
rush has bad songs?
I love tapas, Spanish wine, avant plays, ridiculously good deserts, and good company.
vado is no fan of Rush, Will. I like them though!
beta tell us more about the "company"...
I thought you were in Indy ...
I'm in St Louis! Does that clear everything up?
In summary: Saarinen rocks, as does Ando. Allied Works was a little bit of a letdown. ...and the American Girl store is evidence of America's end-of-empire decadence.
I HATE Rush. Something about his voice, and that stupid song about making choices. Yuck.
Miles you're right, I am living in Indy. I'm in Phoenix this weekend visiting my whole family who still live here. Sorry for the confusion.
Steven I just had my first-ever experience of shopping at Forever 21. Yeah, I agree. We 're totally doomed.
Donna, you can find a few pieces there, and I get my jewelry there, but as a whole? Wow.
Yeah. I got two cheap light dresses for the really hot days of summer but overall, jeez. Awful.
lol steven. suddenly everything makes sense
rush are amazing. but i understand the opinion of vado. bare-naked ladies are much easier on the ear when it comes to canadian content. or neil young. but then again neil young is crazy awesome and in own category.
anyway, any band that has been around longer than i have been alive and isnt just pumping oldies is pretty cool.
Hope everyone is having a great weekend. I have my nieces and nephews in town!
Obs, I didn't ask if you believed in freewill...
Neil Young is indeed in his own category.
Niel Young is awesome.
Agreed. My daughter was born to Neil Young's Old Man.
hard to believe neil ever lived in manitoba, eh.
i believe in free will galloway...
!!!!Free Will Galloway!!!!
Now I can't help but wonder if Micheal Jackson will sing your theme song, Will.
there is no there, born or conceived?
steven i really like that Ando project. i took some photos back when i visited
also donna, really like you comment "Zaha does keep trying new things, though, doesn't she? I respect that." here
i worked a bit today, I work tomorrow and then spend rest of week/weekend in NC and SC.... yeh days off!
generous criticism right?
My theme song should be by Stevie ray Vaughn. But likely would get moe berg instead.
I hate it when I miss the express train.
nam, born. Conceived via whiskey.
Mine was conceived because it was Husbands birthday. No music, no liquor until after.
The City Museum in St Louis is the coolest place in the universe. It's practically child-abuse NOT to take your kids there.
...you know, in case you were wondering.
City Museum in St Louis is my favorite place in the entire world, Steven. Did you climb through the stuff outside?
indeed. i climbed right along with the kids over, under, and through everything. i'm sore, but glad it did.
what a wonderful mix of art, funkiness, activity, salvage, craft, and spirit!
a reverence for old st louis and a vision for a completely unorthodox new way of looking at a city and rethinking interior/exterior spaces and how they're made and used.
i can't rave enough about this place.
I'm not sure if I can post a gif here? I'm gonna try because this is my new favorite.
Hahaha! It works for me. Maybe someone needs to start an architecture gif thread? We haven't had one in awhile.
I'm all ears.
LOL Miles! Love it.
I'm just going to leave this here for the gif lovers; http://architortureschool.tumblr.com/
Thank Brian! There's my lunchtime!!
That site is great!
I've got to say, though, that when the computer unexpectedly shuts down, this isn't what I say. It'd be something like "XXXXxxxXXxxXxxx..."
I love this one.
Many Cooper Union students enter their third or fourth week of occupation. Some of these students are architecture students. Why is their fight/struggle not getting more play here? Is their situation too local? Is it the fact that they receive free tuition? Why has there not been a blog by the Cooper students that currently have Archinect blogs? This fight, why it may be local, seems to have broader implications when it comes to commitments to students, and the shenanigans perpetrated by institutions of higher learning across this country. The only thing I can manage to do is to follow them on FB, share their updates, and sign their petitions, and I'm not an alum.
every so often it seems that every thread on archinect devolves into pissing matches. this is one of those times.
i don't know that *anything* is getting much real play right now, beta. i'll follow a thread for a little while, but then it turns into just another of the back-and-forth long-post arguments between just a few folks. may be time for me to check out for a while.
oh, i agree with the pissing contest, it does seem like that is happening. it also seems as though we go through a cycle of destroying, anonymously mind you, another individual's work, just for the sake of "our" - not you SW - own inadequacies, without really saying much in the process. Schumacher, sure, lets debate his commentary, it's worthy of some lengthy discussion, but what did http://archinect.com/features/article/73718716/working-out-of-the-box-larraine-henning she do to deserve to have her work slammed to the ground and stomped?? I like Gregory Walker's blog, I like Orhan's work, and Lauf/Quondam's work as well, but I have a hard time even considering posting work, or submitting editorial comments here just for the reason you cite and also because of a lack of trust, when it comes to supposed peers.
i read that article when it first popped up then didn't go back to read the comments. in general, should probably avoid calling people 'retarded' as it doesn't really help the conversation, but i appreciate the use of 'moronic dilettante.'
i find that observant is very capable of derailing threads into pissing matches. i sometimes make it worse instead of better, but endeavor to do my best to step out once my usefulness in a conversation is exhausted.
curt i agree with the criticism, at times when i read such sexist, and ass backwards comments, i let my shaming fly.
I love that weird bunny-on-a-log image on the front page right now. Makes me laugh and think of Jake Ghyllenhall.
i find that observant is very capable of derailing threads into pissing matches.
Now, come on, curt, was that necessary? I have more traditional views on things, despite having been raised in large urban centers, which don't mesh with the prevailing opinion on here and I don't mind defending my position in the crossfire.
Also, some of the threads are about specific places and the thought turns to travel - which is sort of related. When s-d-d showed Niemeyer's museum in Niteroi (RdJ) Brazil, it dovetailed into a discussion about visiting Rio. Ok - we know it's Niemeyer and we know it's his museum in a Rio suburb. When orhan showed Hagia Sofia, I remembered what I learned in my first class and then my mind wandered over to travel in Istanbul, and he go torqued.
Also, it depends on whether the topic is, by its very nature, inflammatory. Some are. And some aren't. I'd like to see you chime in on some of the education type threads and help prospective students wade through all this information, for example.
At any rate, it's all good. Have 2 of whatever you're drinking up tonight - one for me. If I come through and we go for barbeque, I'll be having a Coke while you have your beer. *wink*
That was not Hagia Sophia but Mosque of Suleyman by Sinan. Big difference. But more to the point, it was not about whether it is HG nor M of S nor about the pickpockets of Istanbul..
You actually corrected me that it was a museum in that thread. At any rate, I became somewhat interested in Istanbul after different friends visited the city (they said that it is safe but to avoid being ensnared by anything minimally suspicious, though not specifically pickpockets) and after seeing the works of Ferzan Ozpetek, the Turkish born film director who turns out some of Italy's more successful films.
not necessary but entirely true. its uncanny.
not sure what kind of community archinect actually is. feels a bit like a small town, something imagined by michael landon...