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Albany Bulb

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    These photographs are just a few I have taken over the last ten years at The Albany Bulb, also known as the Landfill, the Waterfront and just The Bulb. It is a place I feel passionate about. That much is obvious. There are many of us who believe that this piece of the much hyped Eastshore State Park should have been left untouched and unmanaged - because it is a unique example of what happens when a place naturally and organically self regulates. But the dogma of 'preservation' and 'conservation areas' 'resource protection', 'habitats' and 'liability' overrules all individual identity. They cannot leave anything untouched, un-designed. It is as if if they (the park planners) didn't make it, it has no value. Rules, guidelines, regulations, interpretive signage, fences, safety, sanctioned art - it leaves nothing to the imagination. That is what the landfill meant to us - a place of unlimited imagination.
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June 25, 2006



Online dating, what a wonderful service! Personals, classifieds on line dating whatever you want to cal it.
I just love it; I have to admit I tried it, as suggested by actually an ex of mine. He has been going on dates regularly, and meeting pretty nice folks (none of which he would shack up with and have children with, but nice folks non the less).
You see I think it is a bit different in the heterosexual world than in the lesbian world. It is definitely somewhere you can be as bold as you want or absolutely a freaking liar, hidden behind a screen you can be anyone. My experience was bad just downright bad. You see unlike Jill I like the opposite, I like butches. There are not many of them around on the net and if they are, they are there for a reason. But I was just kind of looking not really full-fledged out on the hunt I kind of had an idyllic idea of what was going to happen. I thought I would get flirted with I would never go any father than that. You see I can get dates with men all I want but women never pick up on me. So there I was. I have to say it was humbling, to say the least.
In my personal description it said something about what happened to going and meeting people in your local food co-op
or, with a friend. By the way I find this the better way. I guess it just does not happen any more.
It is better to be a piece of meat in the information super highway that at a bar or wherever you frequent (online you probably do not get poked and prodded so invasively, plus you can just block that prodder). Anyway, back to this amazing service. I just loved the way these women interact with one another. It is so passive aggressive, They say things you would think makes them really want to meet you, but in all actuality they are just waiting for some over the friggin top femme goddess to be knocking on their bio. As you know everyone online is gorgeous and an absolute catch.
When you begin posting your info for your march down the virtual dating meat market. They do ask you some great things what your age preference, your size preference money earning capabilities etc. Also, what are you looking for in your new prospective catch, play, short-term, or long-term relationship, friendship, blah blah?
Well heck what would you put? Such a hard one!
I definitely want to start out my relationship with how much you make a year. I think this is one of the fundamental things you should always have, when looking for love.
What I should have put in hindsight would have been much wittier had I known what I would find. I mean my profile is pretty sarcastic any way but I would have run with it had I known.
The bottom line is we are all looking for love, the ways and venues we choose hopefully suit our needs. I know that I met someone that I cannot shake at work the person I thought was going to be it. But with all relationships things come up life happens and you do the best you can.
I know my twelve-year marriage was not perfect to say the least but folks always say to this day we used you two as our role models. I could not imagine! Us! As models, yow! Well I am now settling up in the last part of the divorce process and it was hard.
Online dating I thought would be a light fun, funny way to meet not necessarily a love interest but someone who would become a friend. And to be honest a little flirting but that was all. I hope others have better luck. I hope someone gets the picket fence online but it aint for this short femme who does not look or resemble any movie star. That is probably why it went wrong for me, right? Enjoy your blinking lights.

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