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Saucy Tales by Wetdryvac January 16th, 2011 8:51 PM

Because every now and then a challenge poem seems like a good idea. Meditation set 1: Pull fridge contents from memory. Meditation set 2: Determine core nature of condiments. Meditation set 3: Convert sets one and two into brain-savaging poetry. Medi...

5 + 27 points :: 0 comments :: 8 votes
City Dancing by Jain Sycamore, Wetdryvac January 12th, 2011 1:47 PM

I never thought I'd really find a place to do this - it's been sitting on my task list for bloody ages. Then I realized that to do this with my partner, we'd have to ... organized. Happily, happenstance saves the day again. If you travel to the to...

25 + 11 points :: 5 comments :: 3 votes :: 2 collaborators
Walking by Wetdryvac, Jain Sycamore January 12th, 2011 11:34 AM

Way back when: CPSD: 0 The goal being to walk this in small segments, as part of the plan to get back on schedule, into shape, and to generally have fun out-of-doors. CPSD = Constitutionals of Periodic Specific Devotion. Beginning of summer: Much w...

45 + 15 points :: 4 comments :: 4 votes :: 2 collaborators

Once upon a time, deep in the (not) woods, there lived a couple of people who'd originally come from nature and were strongly considering going back there as soon as bloody possible. They'd learned young of the joys of proper food, knowing where said...

25 + 22 points :: 1 comment :: 7 votes :: 2 collaborators

This map, it is a Gogilan map, for while those things people throw away are trash, and thus physical, their potential is purely in the realm of the imagined. A scavenger, browsing other people's trash the way a reader browses a library, gains not onl...

15 + 51 points :: 11 comments :: 13 votes :: 2 collaborators
Things You Can Run Through by Wetdryvac October 6th, 2009 2:02 AM

Once upon a time I was an ultra-runner. These daft sausages run 50 and 100 mile races. I have, you might say, some experience running through things. However, due to one injury and another, I stopped running at the age of 20, and wasn't physically ab...

5 + 52 points :: 2 comments :: 18 votes
Personal Diorama by Wetdryvac September 27th, 2009 10:24 PM

I've been looking for another art project, and bypassed this one several times. Couldn't think of a significant personal event. However, if one depicts the process of the acquisition of ethics as a diorama system, then one would have *the* defining c...

45 + 42 points :: 6 comments :: 9 votes
The Treasure Hunters by Wetdryvac September 23rd, 2009 5:48 PM

091009 This is an ongoing task, conducted via craigslist. I'm a scavenger, so much of this I'd be doing anyway - thus I figured I'd sit on the task until a proper treasure hunt area came my way. This happened today. Went to nab greenhouse glass (ser...

15 + 23 points :: 6 comments :: 8 votes
The Callouses on Your Hands by Wetdryvac September 16th, 2009 9:27 AM

Growing up, me mum was an EMT, a wilderness rescue and town rescue volunteer, and I spent a lot of time learning the ins and outs of the trade myself. Never went up for certs, mind, but I picked up the bits I figured I’d need, told bits and pieces ...

15 + 10 points :: 0 comments :: 3 votes
Mihi by Wetdryvac September 15th, 2009 5:58 PM

Introductions, greetings, salutations, I believe this to be something most wetdryvac oriented creatures are geared towards. We've got geological features we consider to be ours in terms of home, in terms of habitat, and in terms of, "That unto which...

15 + 12 points :: 1 comment :: 4 votes
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