in Tokyo 2006
Photos by Joe.
Tsukiji Fish Market: sushi breakfast 2006
(photo by Joe)
flight to Tokyo 2006
Flight: from San Francisco, CA (SFO-San Francisco Intl.) to Tokyo, Japan (NRT-Narita)
Depart: Tue 29-Aug-06 at 1:45 PM
Arrive: Wed 30-Aug-06 at 4:45 PM
at the airport 2006
Farewell to the U.S. with a fine breakfast at Burger Joint
(photo by me, title and caption by Joe)
Mmm, Neiman Ranch beef...
Dinah and Joe before leaving for Tokyo 2006
The true traveler is he who goes on foot, and even then, he sits down a lot of the time.
tamale, tomatos, avocado with lemon juice & black pepper
Iris bouquet at work 2006
Moneydance for Mac? 2006
Hey, anyone have an opinion on Moneydance? I'm finding that even after all this time my Quicken-soaked brain has never adapted to Budget and I need to go back to something a little more like how Quicken used to be back when it wasn't a buggy piece of crap.
Seems like since I don't go to the beach that often, the apparent increased risk of zombie attacks isn't enough to scare me off giving Moneydance a try.
Call of Cthulhu game 2006
[10am to 5pm, according to Google Calendar]
Kristin Hersh at the Make Out Room 2006
Mirror reflects the show to come
Kristin Hersh at Make Out Room (in the mirror)
Mum,ask me about this dish. You would *love* it. 2006
Negroni at Luna Park 2006
Muni people 2006
Peaches Christ! 2006
at the Elite Cafe 2006
(photo by Joe)
Joe in the mirror at The Elite 2006
Do not leave gurneys in hall. 2006
Animated Low Rider toy 2006
Bottom of the Hill 2006
The subconscious art of graffiti removal 2006
We very much enjoyed the use of horizontal motifs in the larger dark area.
Hello train. 2006
(It was actually sitting still getting fueled, but looked a bit out of place and unnerving there on the street.)
What am I grinning over here with fiendish glee? 2006
photo by Joe
Big moon 2006
LaLa? Is that really you? 2006
Something looks wrong about this message on LaLa saying my credit card is out of date.
I don't trust it. That card isn't expired and I know it's good.
I'll wait a day and see if it turns out to be a hack. Anyone else seeing that message?
Turns out it was an error, but it was their error. The bad design which gave the whole experience a phishy quality was, alas, also their error.