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Jackson and J-Crew - Salvador Dali in a lawn chair.
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Jackson and J-Crew
The only kind of J-Crew I like is the Jackson crew, many of my friends who now live in Jackson. I miss them since they've moved away, either in the past few months or the past couple years. It only seeks to remind me of how I need work hard and get out of here, too.

I went down to visit some of them last night. zordac drove. everraven and mandis13 went along to a Japanese restaurant named Haru (which they recommended and with which I now agree). It was quaint, comfortable, and authentic enough that I had a few sweeps of nostaligia that left me smiling through the whole dinner.

Afterwards, everraven ran the only fun dungeon-crawl I've ever played. That would probably be because she rocks, and because mandis13 and shas provided their normal sort of bantering entertainment.

I was just happy to sit on the Chia-Couch, look at everraven's badass new photoshop skills, and enjoy the company I've missed.

I drove home, curled up with my kittens and The HitchHiker's Guide to the Galaxy, and slept until now.

mood: sleepy sleepy
music: Swatches of the "Go" Soundtrack in my head

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gsan From: gsan Date: November 3rd, 2002 10:51 pm (UTC) (link)

re:

Chia-couch is nice, I'll admit... but I'm convinced the other one (straight out from the door last time I was there) has some kind of healing powers, if such things exist. So many years, it's been my favorite collapse spot, tho I have been almost eaten a couple of times...

I'll be back someday...
lost_angel From: lost_angel Date: November 4th, 2002 12:48 pm (UTC) (link)
Yes, that uber-soft loveseat that used to be white-ish but is now gray. I love that one, too. It was in "the hole" then "the complex" and now it'is still alive to remind us of good times and to make new good ones.
wyldkyss From: wyldkyss Date: November 4th, 2002 02:32 pm (UTC) (link)

Sniff

I went to Haru's once on that group's suggestions. It was one of the few times I came out sick of a restraunt. I don't know if I should blame the suspect sushi or the greasy tempura, but I'm not going back.
lost_angel From: lost_angel Date: November 5th, 2002 12:07 am (UTC) (link)

Re: Sniff

Ah, I can completely understand. If a place makes you ill, it can turn you stomach from ever thinking about going again.

And all the tempura I had in Japan was greasy. And I ate everywhere from decently high class to street vendors while I was there. I kinda welcomed it.

However, it's not like I have a discerning palate either. I eat horribly.
wyldkyss From: wyldkyss Date: November 5th, 2002 01:01 pm (UTC) (link)

Re: Sniff

Well, there's greasy fried foods, and there's *greasy* fried foods...

My stomach turns at a good bit of good old southern cooking. But when the Tempura is all like, drip drip... I should've known better.
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