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83 posts from March 2006

March 30, 2006

zoe is selling some top model phones

This just in from my friend Zoe Brock in Australia, she's got some phones that she wants to get rid of, so any bidders, let me know

I am selling 2 reasonably new mobiles that I don't use anymore, if anyone is

1) Almost new Nokia with camera (4.1 mega pixels) ($150)

2) Older model Nokia with camera and vibrating alert ($50)

Here is a photo in case you were wondering what models they are.

Pic02257 (clcik on pic to enlarge )

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Chris & I


going through the selection process of picking out the best shots from the shoot we did last friday in the BourlaSchouwburg, we did shoot about 18 outfits, so this is a long and slwo process to pick out the best shots. I start o f by going through all the shots, and I pick out about 10 favourite ones, then I get Chris to look at those ten and pick out 4, then we go through the 4 together and pick out our favourite 2, and 10 hours later it is midnight, I 've had no dinner, and Chris forgot to put the champagne in the fridge

A bit of pink


in the flemish evening sky. A far cry from the skies a few months ago



Just walking around Antwerp, and saw this cover, it's with Marie wearing a Chris Jansens trench coat and Sky did the make up, and the picture I took about 7-8months ago

for once, listen to Bush

I bet you guys didn't really listen to President Bush this week. Too bad, because for once he told the truth. I listened, heard the truth and checked it out. And, as he promised, it was a real eye-opener.

    It happened at one of Bush's fake "town hall meetings" this week. An Army wife asked Bush why the mainstream media only focuses on "the bad news" from Iraq and never reports "the good news." Bush furrowed his brow and nodded in agreement. Earlier in the week the administration launched a Vietnam-era-style "blame the media" campaign to explain plummeting public support for both the war and Bush himself.

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March 29, 2006

This months must reads

Here is your must-read for the month. Here is your oh-my-God-I'm-sending-this-piece-to-every-smart-person-I-know hunk of outstanding, distressing, disquieting media bliss. Here it is: an absolutely exceptional inside scoop on the white-hot world of Sept. 11 conspiracy theories, writ large and smart by Mark Jacobson over at New York magazine, and it's mandatory reading for anyone and everyone who's ever entertained the nagging thought that something -- or rather, far more than one something -- is deeply wrong with the official line on what actually happened on Sept. 11.  See, it is very likely that you already know that Sept. 11 will go down in the conspiracy history books as a far more sinister affair than, say, the murky swirl of the Kennedy assassination. You probably already know that much of what exactly happened on Sept. 11 remains deeply unsettling and largely unsolved -- or to put another way, if you don't know all of this and if you fully and blithely accept the official Sept. 11 story, well, you haven't been paying close enough attention . Taken from MarkMoford, SFGate columnist

Can you find the Boeing 757

French best seller Thierry Meyssan, created a little quiz on this site for all those who still beleive a plane crashed into the pentagon building

March 26, 2006

Coco on Kenny's bike

This is my little niece , well she ain't that little anymore, getting a taste of my brothers bike, and she seems to be loving it

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March 25, 2006


After a shoot, I'm very hungry, so I ask Chris to take me to dinner


and I'm surprised I have never been to this restaurant before, has an organic feel to it, looks llike it is an old butcher and or cheese shop, right on the Kammenstraat in Antwerp, so many times I have been to cafe across the road for a coffee, it is so cool in here and yummy food. All I could think of was to take Freddy and Aglaia for dinner here one day, but Aglaia is vegetarian, and I didn't see much vegetarian on the menu, although it looks like the place that won't mind catering to a vegetarian


Close up of the bread board , portrait of the queen in the background, and the branch hanging up side down from the ceiling