November 12, 2007

SoHo tablescape.


Had to go into town to pick up a new pair of glasses. Got a sandwich and some pea soup at a favorite place on Prince Street. Snapped a tablescape.

IN THE COMMENTS: Madison Man reacts to the apple
"Ugh. I'm hoping it's just table decoration -- it doesn't look tasty at all."

Maybe it's for locavores.


rhhardin said...

Ohio's table for roosters has dogs on it.

Today, 4PM.

They're finding something more nourishing than coffee on it. Who knows what.

ZPS said...

Thank god that coffee is in a mug.

Cute apple.

Ruth Anne Adams said...

No! No soup for you.

tc said...

Annie, I find it hard to believe how much useless shit you fixate on -not that it isn't important in its own way, of course. But for someone who professes to know what the world is all about, you are three sheets to the wind -ditsy, even. And you lead all your readers the same stupid way.Its no wonder men are no longer men but sad sacks, wimps, faggots, gays... Wow, the stench is over- powering.


Simon said...

Tom, I think I speak for many of the straight male Althouse commentariat when I say I'd rather be her kind of faggot than your kind of man.

MadisonMan said...

Cute apple.

Ugh. I'm hoping it's just table decoration -- it doesn't look tasty at all.

ZPS said...

...and by the way, were you in SOHO or Europe? What's with the water not having any ice?

Or, did you order your water without ice?! Yikes.

As far as TC is concerned, I know it's always best to ignore the crazies, but TC...speaking as a gay man, I find your brash demeanor strangely attractive. And no, I'm not just saying that to get a rise out of you. Have you ever been with a man? Trust me, all of your hostility and frustration can translate in to one hell of a roll in the hay. Think about it...but hurry...I'm leaving Brooklyn tomorrow.


J McG said...

Did you go to the Oliver Peoples shop in SoHo?

tc said...

Simon, I'm engaging in a type of psycho-surgery on the human race. In 400 or so BC, Confucius wrote that there were 4 ways of communicating with people: speaking, writing, rituals and music. Me, I speak -often- in public, I write often (more to follow), I sing -fairly often- in public and I participate in rituals -quite often and of all kinds.
Confucius also wrote that rituals must be adapted to conform with the actual facts of the day, to better fit the facts of the present day, whatever day that may be. He called it appropriation.
As I see it great changes are due in the ways we live today or the human race may not survive to mid-century. So I am engaging in the modern day version of adapting and appropriating rituals, psycho- surgery on the human race.
As to ZPS's kind offer -as he looks like a sheepdog with a crestfallen face- thanks but no thanks. You have no idea who or what you're dealing with here.
More than a few times in the past I have been hit on by gayboys -inclu-
ding in a church choir a few years ago. You boys aint right...and you
are likely to be in very big trouble shortly unless you whack off in private and leave men and boys alone.
Still I know that sensitivity is also an important part of being a human being.

tc said...

Here is what I promised about my writings. And you could also check out my blog:
and I also have three other blogs if you're interested.

jeff said..." jeff said... tc-really. What the hell? You know absolutely no one reads that stuff, right? I mean, dude. I have nothing against crazy people, but come on.
Hey, when I said the above (quoting himself from my quote of his words), what I meant was....pretty much what I said. Up the dose, brother." In answer, I posted this:
tc said...jeff said... " tc-really...You know absolutely no one reads that stuff... I have nothing against crazy people, but come on." You know what Jeff, there aint no such thing as "mental illness". All there is is people who think their own way and disagree with the way everybody else thinks. And "crazy" is as "crazy" does. Ever hear the term "crazy like a fox" ? And do do know what it means ? Think carefully now and dont put your foot in your mouth again. As for the boyo below, nobody comments after my posts because they aren't smart enough -or patient enough- to try and refute every point I make. Of course I dont make it easy for them to do so, but that's not my point. My point is that I disagree with just about everything today and I have good reasons for doing so: I'd like to see all our children survive and prosper into the future -especially my own. Tom

Revenant said.. TC, -- you've got 94 posts up on your blog, all with contents enabled, and not a single one of them with a comment. Ever wonder why nobody cares what you write? Hint: its because you're mentally ill.

tc said.. "Revenant said...'TC, -- you've got 94 posts up on your blog, all with contents enabled, and not a single one of them with a comment. Ever wonder why nobody cares what you write? Hint: its because you're mentally ill." (I said)
Hey boy, "mentally ill" is what you do with what you've got. As I am 58, and I have an extensive list of accomplishments,try on "res ipsa loguitur" for size,little man with a tiny prick. What have you done ?
And if you're female, stop expecting me to provide you with material for your wet dreams.

Simon said...

tc said...
"Me, I speak -often- in public"

Oh, so you're that lunatic that yells at people from a soap box on 34th street...

Bissage said...

ZPS, I’m sure you have what it takes to bring out what’s inside tc and make him “one hell of a roll in the hay.”

Still, he seems the volatile sort, so be careful never to ask whether he knows your mother’s maiden name.

Your dry cleaner will thank you!