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Music for the Delaware

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This song (Daniel Avery – Drone Logic) is so hot. You should listen to it while you read this post. I don’t know why I keep thinking about songs in terms of what would be happening in a movie while they’re playing. This one has something to do with hippies, dancing, sex, someone getting killed, someone driving an exceptionally fancy car, and probably heroin. I don’t even think that makes sense.

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This film was the highlight of our trip to MCA today. It was in a small gallery closed off by a heavy curtain. It’s called “Action for the Delaware” by William Lamson. In it, you see alternating footage of what appears to be a guy standing peacefully on the water and a guy struggling with the apparatus that allows him to appear to stand peacefully on the water and doing stuff like removing water from his wading boots. Soren was mesmerized and probably could’ve watched it all day, which would’ve been great because he didn’t nap this afternoon and was a raging grump ass. We tried to pawn him off on the innocent woman on guard duty in the basement. She was going to have him help her scrub the floors of the entire museum with a toothbrush. It would’ve built some character, I’m sure. Instead we went home for a late, short nap and then went out for veggie dogs and a tragic triple-overtime Nuggets loss. (We’d planned to hit up the arepas truck at Our Mutual Friend but it wasn’t there.)

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Written by Tracy

February 10th, 2013 at 8:11 pm

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