4.20.2005

scary drugs.

vicodin is some scary shiat. ear/throat pain was KILLING me....no literally i thought i was going to die. dr. prescribed vicodin. um, no more pain, but i still feel like i'm going to die and its been 36 hrs since i took it...this stuff is getting flushed. whoa. not. cool.

on a separate and unrelated note, does anybody find a movie with an asian man playing a dog/slave in the new jet li movie just the least problematic? i know that i tend to overanalyze but...would that screen play have sold if it were an equally talented martial artist who also fought back and was not a person of color? maybe. just curious, how much ethnic identity plays in the attraction of the movie...albeit subconscious...for some.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Your Anonymous Cousin said...

Yo dont flush it, that stuff is worth some $$ on the skreet. You could give it to me. In fact, i can honestly say that for me, it actually went well with Jet Li movies... LOL.

21.4.05  
Blogger yamani said...

thats funny! so i've heard! whats not so funny is i might have these bitches out...my tonsils that is.=(

23.4.05  
Blogger mad architect said...

I agree with your thoughts about the "pop" interest as placed by race and ethnicity. I typically look at similar aspects granted more towards architecture - a veitnam war memorial competition won by a veitnamese.

29.4.05  
Blogger yamani said...

cutti-yeah i'm interested in that idea too, so what are other examples like that with race and ethnicity and architecture? resources? come to any conclusions? =)

1.5.05  
Blogger mad architect said...

I find the funniest to be albert spear jr competition proposal for a jewish memorial (this was I think in the early 80s) that was conveniently pulled. Or even the fact that he's best mates with Eisenman - and that associaton is apparently press worthy. People make associations that should encourage community and friendship instead only create differentiations - gets a little tiring after a while, let the work speak for itself

4.5.05  

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