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The Capitolist
Monday, 26 July 2004
The Great Lady of Good Gossip
Mood:  incredulous
I knew her in the crazy days before she went away...


Posted by bwv at 1:58 PM EDT
Thursday, 22 July 2004
The Thin Grey Man I
Mood:  lazy
I returned to Carolina in my mind, where I had met with the thin grey man...

The Thin Grey Man

If you want to see what happens, email me at:
ben5@pobox.com

Posted by bwv at 1:01 PM EDT
Updated: Friday, 30 July 2004 10:37 AM EDT
Wednesday, 14 July 2004
A Brief Concert Review: Madonna I
Mood:  rushed
Madonna at MCI 6/14/04: A move-by-move review of memory and reverie


First of all, my apologies to all: I wanted to write this review the day after
the show, but I was so overwhelmed by it (and wrapped up in Washington)
I was delayed until a week or so later. I hope that it was worth the wait. =)

Continued at:

A Brief Concert Review: Madonna

If you want to see what happens, email me at:
ben5@pobox.com

Posted by bwv at 3:04 PM EDT
Updated: Sunday, 25 July 2004 6:53 PM EDT
Tuesday, 6 July 2004
Reader Mailbox 1
Mood:  vegas lucky
Topic: Reader Mailbox

On occasion, I will answer my readers.

Here's one sent in from Oregon via DC:

When are you going to update the blog?

- Expecting Patiently

Dear EP,

Thanks for your patience. I have been sidetracked on "The Great Lady of Good Gossip", due to work,
but hope to finish the opening paragraph soon...

In the meantime, I've writ an extended revue of
the Madonna circus show that came through towne.
I will be posting that starting very next entre.

Also, I shall be in South Carolina next week. I
hope to write a mysterious story while there. If
you have any other trip suggestions, let me know.

Lastly, should readers such as yourself wish to
submit longer pieces you have written for a few
people to see via this blog, feel free to send.

Sincerely,

Ben Wyche V
www.ben5.com

P.S. If you know the Chinatown DC-Philly bus route,
that would be of aid to me in my travels. I will be
taking a car to visit Philadelphia Magazine sometime.











Posted by bwv at 6:19 PM EDT
Monday, 14 June 2004
The Great Lady of Good Gossip
"Wild birds, flock to me!", she cried, commanding as
a matter-of-fact. She was a heatseeker.

Posted by bwv at 10:54 AM EDT
Friday, 11 June 2004
The Great Lady of Good Gossip I
"Wild birds, flock to me"

Posted by bwv at 1:30 PM EDT
Thursday, 10 June 2004
Show Me The Money 6: A New Direction
He supposed that he should focus his writing (when he wasn't painting pretty prose pictures of people)
on job hunting, lost friend finding, and so forth.

And so he did - a least the job letter and the lost friend invite. He would write another friendly invite to a Cosmopolitan editor, with parts of all for all to see, now that Ronald Reagan had met his fate.

Posted by bwv at 9:38 PM EDT
Thursday, 3 June 2004
Show Me The Money 6: A New Direction
He supposed that he should focus his writing (when he wasn't painting pretty prose pictures of people)
on job hunting, lost friend finding, and so forth.

Posted by bwv at 8:08 PM EDT
Sunday, 30 May 2004
El Ladron Del Amor: Friendster Version Finale
El Ladron Del Amor. Under blue moon I saw him.
I gripped my love tight. He brushed by us, a cool
breeze. The crowd cheered his entry into the debate hall. "Resolved: Nozick vs. Rawls!", he expounded.

Winning all, he cocked his brow towards my lady and I. He tapped his cigarette and tipped his glass. His Nueva York charm attack knocked me out. "I've been a bad, bad girl", he sang. "I've been careless with a delicate man."

He then beckoned, like a vampire or a philosophy professor, to my lass. "I need you so much closer. So C'MON...", he cooed. She ran straight to him. A crowd of fans followed. Encircled, yet free, the thief of love stole into the night.

Posted by bwv at 5:05 PM EDT
Updated: Sunday, 30 May 2004 5:09 PM EDT
Saturday, 29 May 2004
El Ladron Del Amor: Friendster Version Five and (hopefully) Final
El Ladron Del Amor. Under blue moon I saw him. He
had stopped for a smoke, for a chat with the nicoteens. I gripped my love tight. He brushed by us, a cool breeze. The crowd cheered his entry into the debate hall. "We have the facts! And we're voting...", he expounded.

Winning all, he cocked his brow towards my lady and I. With a smoky smirk, he tapped his cigarette for a spell. His Nueva York charm attack knocked me right under. A mob stood above my body. "Ah, the Killing Moon", he mused. "Even Nozick & Rawls walked under it once."

He beckoned, like a vampire or a professor of philosophy, to my girl. "I need you so much closer. So C'MON...", he cooed. She ran straight to him. "I've been a bad, bad girl", he sang. "I've been careless with a delicate man." Circled
by admirers, yet free, the thief of love stole into the night.

Posted by bwv at 3:08 PM EDT

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