On the Horizon

I find it very unusual why someone would try and discredit Tao. It seems a bit unusual and scary, especially when the person/persons are leaving comments as a faux "Tao Lin". It looks like the only way to solve that problem is to remove blogger's ability to post anonymous comments. 

I will be heading to Ohio and New York City this week. The first leg of my trip will be to visit Noah, and get a feel for his town for a possible filming of his novel. I'll have to look around and see what the area is like. It could be possible to simply shoot B-footage in Ohio and then the rest in Los Angeles, but I have no idea. I am a long way from making definite decisions now. 

My trip to the NYC will be short and sweet. I simply plan on seeing one of my old friends play a show with Fat Daddy Hasbeen at The Bowery Poetry Club on August 16th. I hope there'll be others who can come out of the woodworks to hang out. I'll probably stay in Brooklyn. I'm not sure if I'll stay overnight. I haven't made up my mind yet.

So Gee and I are not worrying about the trip to Los Angeles in February anymore. It looks like things have resolved themselves. It may have also helped that I took a survey/quiz that So Gee found via Oprah/CNN to create some awareness of how I thought about a possible marriage. I liked answering the questions. Here is one example:

Question: What is our ultimate financial goal regarding annual income, and when do we anticipate achieving it? By what means and through what efforts? 

I think that realistically we could expect up to 4-5,000 dollars a month from me within two years. I assume that in two years you would be able to start your business. Realistically, I would say it would be fantastic if you could make $1,000 a month from that. In five years, it would be wonderful if you earned at least $3,000 a month. Who knows if that's possible or what will happen? I love you though and will support you no matter what. 

I thought it would be painful to go through these questions at first, but now I can see they are valuable and helpful to a partner. It puts things on the same page. I like that. It would suck to be at the end of something, when your partner is still in the middle. 

I am off to eat something. 

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