chasing sheep at ithaca laundromat

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sheep chase
Originally uploaded by johnny panic.
while waiting for our socks to dry, i read up on our most favorite man, murakami. does he find the sheep? wait, don't tell me.

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3 Responses to “chasing sheep at ithaca laundromat”

  1. Blogger indi 

    "Potentiality knocks on the door of my heart.

    Now the distance between us has narrowed to fifteen yards.

    How can I approach her? What should I say?

    "Good morning, miss. Do you think you could spare half an hour for a little conversation?"

    Ridiculous. I'd sound like an insurance salesman.

    "Pardon me, but would you happen to know if there is an all-night cleaners in the neighborhood?"

    No, this is just as ridiculous. I'm not carrying any laundry, for one thing. Who's going to buy a line like that? " - from on seeing the 100% perfect girl one beautiful morning. the elephant vanishes. h. murakami

    nice shot, guys!

  2. Blogger johnny panic 

    yes, i just loooove that story. kasama yun sa reading list ni jose this year. inds, padala ko na bukas yung wired. stay tuned.

  3. Blogger Midori 

    wow, nice shot nga! so have you finished wild sheep chase, jojo? whatcha think? panalo ang librong yan. it's so funny! especially the scene where the 'strange man' was first introduced. how he sucked all life and emotion out of a room and later ordered the narrator to burn that name card or something. astig nga ang translations ni birnbaum. the ending was sad though. poor guy, he had nowhere to go. read dance dance dance, if you haven't yet, to know what happens to the narrator after sheep chase.

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