Is there such a thing!?!?!
Completely separate issue, those are the two hardest words for me to spell.
Here is what an oliver pitter and stuffer machine looks like. I have been curious about this for years and I just got right down to the very bottom of it today.
it’s not a very big image but you get the idea. That thing works over time and you know it – think of all the pitted olives consumed in a day.
I wonder what happens when one of the pits gets stuck? Does it shoot olives everywhere like a baseball pitching machine?
Has anyone been to an olive pitting and stuffing factory? I kinda thought it was all hand done, that probably dies with the 50s.
I also thought that if you stretched all your intestines out they would reach the moon. I think I was told that when I was like 6 years old and I believed all the way up until I was 21. How could this happened?
I didn’t learn the order of the months until I was in 5th grade. Seriously, how do these things happen. How can people not know their left from their right still?
We need more books probably.
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I’ll be in a fancy art show this Saturday from 6-9 at Sister Gallery in Los Angeles China Town. I’ll have a very special surprise from The Center of Improved Living and a snow making machine! Yes… finally!
For more info go to their website: http://www.sisterla.com/
There is going to be some phenomenal artists there: Donald Baechler, Carter Mull, William Pope L., Paper Rad, Jonathan Seliger, Haim Steinbach!
I’m also in a show in Portland, OR at Elizabeth Leach Gallery. So if you are up there check it out. Their website is http://elizabethleach.com/
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I just got the following e-mail:
Subject: DELIVERY FAILURE: User not listed in address book.
Date: March 2, 2007 2:59:41 PM PST
Your message (soggy mitt)?was not deliverd to (firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ve never seen anything like this. I don’t remember writing anyone about “soggy mitt.” Inspiring though to think about a soggy mitt. This could be a whole adventure series – CAPTAIN SOGGYMITT AND BOB clean cars by day and fight evil supervillians by night.
Maybe their first mission was to destroy the man who says “neat” 30+ times a day – seems like an evil person.
I guess Soggymitt’s power could be an incredibly powerful wet slap – a very close range superpower. Bob could make up for that though and shoot easy cheese from his thumbs. So much cheese that it entirely covers the evil villian and he can’t move, then soggymitt comes in for the finishing moves.
What a duo! “Never say ‘neat’ again Mr. Neato!”
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Above is a video still from this past weekend’s life coaching session I did here in Los Angeles with my organization, The Center for Improved Living.
I was certified as a life coach in 2000 at the acclaimed Syracuse Ramada Inn and ever since I’ve been coaching celebrities and powerful figures such as Tony Blair, Bill Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, and even Tony Robbins!
I was voted 6th Best Life Coach of the Year by Readers Digest and I am proven to change lives by Life Changes magazine. I’m highly qualified and I’m always met with enthusiasm; I’ve personally been growing for years; I have a beard; I’ve been to seminars; and I’ve studied NLP, SCP, LSP processes amongst other things, making me one of The Country’s Best Life Coaches (aka TCBLC).
Do it now! Give yourself permission to succeed!
I am available for bar mitzvahs, bat mitzvahs, weddings, bachelorette parties, birthdays, and more!
Tony Blair had a fear of ironing things. Just hours after this photo was taken, he was ironing drapes, socks, even his hotel sheets.
Bill and I did an intensive 48 hour session and he overcame his fear of staplers.
I helped Tony write his new seminar, Life is Totally Worth Living!
Note: My books and tapes will be available next year about this time. I have already sold over 7 copies, so get yours today!
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I’ve been mostly doing this with post-it note cut-outs and paper with tape. I think it is time to make some proper stickers that have the thought bubble with “i’m in here” on it. If you’d like some, let me know; it could be our own little cult!
Order 25 of them by clicking going here ->
Then take pictures, post them on http://www.flickr.com and send the link to me. It’d be nice to get a whole site for this nonsense one of these fine days.
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This week on Gross or Awesome…
A carefully plucked hair from Marc’s beard, split near the middle by nature’s choice. A fork in the road. Do you go to the deserted island with only a battery powered pipe organ or do you head for the jungle with just a leaf blower and fork-lift? This is it! So I must ask you now – Is this photo Gross or Awesome?
You decide GROSS or AWESOME. Please leave your response in the comments section of this post; you can answer why if you have time to kill.
Tune in next week for Kitchens from the 50s
p.s Yes, something can be grossly awesome and awesomely gross. Take a side.
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The word is as awkward as its looks – a fat bomb that refuses to fall. It hovers around downtown LA like a weird man made mini-raincloud advertising what made Los Angeles it is today – tires.
I’m fascinated. I briefly traveled around downtown trying to get a glimpse of the blimp from different angles. Next time it is out, I’m going to chase it to its home… and maybe, finally, I’ll be able to meet a blimp pilot! This would complete the circle for me.
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