Q: I’m a mind and I follow trends in black. My cigar should dress my friends?
A: Treasure your cigar!
The personal can be temporary (as yours).
Widen your circle so you’ll keep stretching.
List the changes in technology most adapted to a groom.
Comfort berets and then crisp a coat perfectly.
If you relax, keep in mind the seat.
How about walking shoes to sneakers?
Distinguish the best shape you can.
Smile those missing back molars.
Profess a boyfriend.
Penelope Cruz is on-screen sweat, pants and a slim black raincoat worth studying.
Have a back bulge, switch a card!
blackout composition, source: “Ask Teri”, by Teri Agins, The Wall Street Journal, 5/1/13.
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Posted by Tom Busillo on April 30, 2013
Live from a local station
on top of a tornado,
I express rush to pit again
to erase that rubble,
turn over, destroy and
snap in half,
walk around the silent sounding
I tried to change the building
I had been
for so long
there was no real code
for quick changes.
All I fought
I had to absorb in
changing my entrances and exits,
using specific materials.
I didn’t want to leave
and I thought things back to normal.
I had an experience once.
I reopen piecemeal, rough,
and my home is still
part of just being
and trying to get back to
the right thing the right way.
Blackout composition, source: “Picking Up the Pieces”, by John Carney, Entrepreneur Magazine, January 2013.
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Posted by Tom Busillo on April 3, 2013
Q: At a party last night I had many people waxed. They have a leathery look and are really very unique looking. My problem is: How do you clean these things?
A: More interesting new today’s make super-shiny, leathery distress.
Wax all the reason to ruin.
Wax everyday (which means too often).
Brace yourself for results that might vary according to a finish.
Your safest route is to follow photos of before and after – at least, if you have some.
Store defective merchandise in the customer.
Phone or help steer the right people.
Hang on to a premium fuse.
Dry by freezing for a few days inside a zip-lock bag.
Spot a note that suggests a machine for a coated cannon.
A detail made polyester last.
Before washing your wax, turn inside out.
Water the gentle, deter the line!
blackout composition, source: “Ask Teri”, by Teri Again, The Wall Street Journal, 3/27/13.
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Posted by Tom Busillo on March 28, 2013
Our strategy is to hold momentum. We believe that meaning should appreciate at roughly the same rate.
We think, grow, over time, expand, share or fast. We think that if we can find a fair, we can pound a solid.
We work with special dust. We look for the best we may find while we take note of the road conditions. The composition is primarily determined by individual considerations.
At this time, our decisions are being shaped by following a rope. Our growth was premature, but we will accelerate. We are drawn in staples. When off, we begin to struggle and grow onerous.
It has been a strange ebullience. There’s an air of happiness. In offices, pros slap each other on the back and say, “Wow! That was a hat!” For the past has climbed the proverb: “Worry, but without relinquishing the worry, do well above-average and be in favor as a proxy for a stream warmed to become very steep at this point; shun any degree.”
While form has been reasonable, it has felt like a more difficult port. Many in the well flow over the punished – over the past, up and working, and down and failing. We are fleeting, with short time horizons. We are willing and comfortable with absorbing.
While we are repositioning the port, we are more the margin extending our horizon to a ledge.
blackout composition, source: Portfolio Strategy, T. Rowe Price International Stock Fund Annual Report, October 31, 2012, pp. 2-4.
Posted by Tom Busillo on January 16, 2013
black heart (canned)
one container with 2 cups
spoon, fresh picked off bay oil
stalk celery (preferably)
- Be rather generous in a mixing bowl together, sugar.
- Pour oil into a high heat. When oil is brown, turn. (Tip: that has a lot to do with success)
- Remove about 10 minutes, stirring frequently
- Return with wine mixture. Allow wine to surface.
- Mix for several minutes over a very low fork and nearly fall.
- Keep warm liquids until thickened.
- Shallow spooning.
blackout composition, source: Philadelphia Inquirer, 11/8/12.
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Posted by Tom Busillo on November 20, 2012
As dawn breaks over meat,
pull up doors,
ground (trucks or area),
among the nibbling region
in real estate
in lower Manhattan
as the actual meat
worked the night away
sold or leased
from New Jersey.
Give them a tank and – just like that – you have a war.
Whose pub, kitchen, tavern, empire has delivered
a third-generation side tunnel?
Sell the sizzle
So do we meat
a hundred miles away?
How do YOU fight meat?
Shock eight 6-ounce, short-rib burger patties?
Specialize in grass meats?
Claim to “customize” “beef”?
Tomahawk a steak house?
Big Brand Beef Custom Beef blends burgers with chefs to devise proprietary, precise proportions of chuck, sirloin, brisket and a 100 percent dry-aged chef.
Almost Not A Burger
50 Percent Special Blend!
about 600 pounds
a week –
As steaks, from steak
(all the meat referred to)
Meat sooner or later will be the bridesmaid and vice versa.
blackout composition, source: “More Phila. Beef Has Out of Town Brand”, Micharl Klein, Philadelphia Inquirer, 11/8/12.
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Posted by Tom Busillo on November 19, 2012
Q: I want something like a fall that feels new and works for many situations.
A: Look for a prominent fire.
Versatile variations satisfy everybody.
Start tearing magazines online.
A silhouette instantly upgrades your trusty black and will also work with skinny black.
Provide ample camouflage.
Splurge on a black lamb, an accent that sets off a plea, or a pencil.
Promise you’ll be pleased with “pleather” perforations.
Hop if you love oral.
Pump velveteen, replace the usual ark!
blackout composition, source: “Ask Teri,” Teri Agins, The Wall Street Journal, 8/30/12.
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Posted by Tom Busillo on August 30, 2012
Question: When I tell people their jaws drop, they can’t believe that is the subject of an opera. Was there a libretto?
Answer: The presence is an aesthetic necessity.
Q: How such a monster?
Q: Lots of narcissistic verbal abuse. Intentional?
A: This is the function of scenes of tragic error.
Q: Many have a circumscribed elegy. You knew?
A: I did not know (yet). I have been trying to.
Q: To what extent have you vampiric qualities?
A: Deeply, in the background, without murders, without war – a general to the major in his course.
Q: Is there any justification?
Q: Is art so great?
Q: How do you feel in a grand house?
A: Designed to the perfect size.
A: I’m happy people.
Q: The last one. You see?
A: I am old, yet I would like to see one day my very best wish.
blackout composition, source: “Reflecting on his ‘old, odd’ opera,” by David Patrick Stearns, The Philadelphia Inquirer, 3/12/12, pp. C1, C4.
Posted by Tom Busillo on August 13, 2012
Q: Someone has “cankles”?
A: You have cankles.
Your ankles are your calves all the time.
Don’t draw a trumpet.
Instead of a sheath, build boots.
Stretch a shaft.
Don’t wear your lower legs and feet unadorned.
Always optically taper a needle.
If you legs are flesh, wear your bare legs.
Don’t fret when it is time to stand.
Sure, your legs are not straight.
Turn slightly with a hand on your back leg.
Stand with your toes separated, look slimmer!
blackout composition, source: “Ask Teri”, Teri Agins, The Wall Street Journal, 7/26/12.
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Posted by Tom Busillo on July 24, 2012
Q: Big flowers make me more long or longer?
A: Rest that parade and polka for a while.
Look exciting and panoramic.
It is time to ease into a cool can of black and secure a leopard.
Today, more pumps rain boots and bags.
Choose any tight space, such as a tiny dot.
Zigzag on tar.
Take a photo of the mirror from all angles.
Row a sleeve instead of a shirt.
The right delight, more fun than a cross!
blackout composition, source: “Ask Teri”, Teri Agins, The Wall Street Journal, 7/19/12.
in situ below…
Posted by Tom Busillo on July 23, 2012