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What a beautiful face I have found in this place that is circling all round the sun. What a beautiful dream that could flash on the screen in a blink of an eye and be gone from me. Let me hold it close and keep it here with me. And one day we will die and our ashes will fly from the aeroplane over the sea. But for now we are young, let us lay in the sun and LIST every beautiful thing we can see.

listography NEW JOURNAL
Ryan movies (In theaters, TV series, or docs)
spiritual (Notable deaths at the end of 2022)
family (Visits from (Dead) Loved Ones)
  • Aside from sociopaths, every personality is needed: artists, nerds, scientists, hippies, jocks, etc. All needed.
  • What I wanted the last lines of Del Toro's Pinocchio to actually be: "Pinocchio ventured into the world. Our world of joy, pain, family, war, loss, and friendship. He walked forward, ready to embrace all of it. Even knowing one day, he too would have to say goodbye."
  • Our collective consciousness feels diseased.
  • Everyone is great. Everyone is terrible. And there are no exceptions to that.
  • “We are fragile creatures surrounded by a world of hostile facts.”
jan 11 2023 ∞
jan 28 2023 +
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  • CicLAvia
  • Bike Resources
  • Arroyo Seco - You'll find a parking lot and entrance along Mosher Avenue; follow the path north and you'll hug the hillsides of Ernest E. Debs Regional Park - 3 miles
  • Balboa (Riverview Park Santa Ana to West Jetty Balboa Peninsula)
  • Ballona Creek path - to ocean - 9 miles up/down underpasses
  • Beach Coast
  • Beverly Hills Star Homes Loop - Length: 22 miles
  • Chandler
  • El Dorado Park
  • Elysian Park to Griffith
  • Glendale Narrows Riverwalk for a five-mile, surprisingly scenic romp
  • Lake Balboa Park Bike Loop/Sepulveda Basin - Length: 8 miles
  • LA River
jul 2 2020 ∞
jan 18 2022 +
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A personal REMINDER list regarding "like-based scrolling-feed" social media. The introduction of “scrolling,” and “likes,” on social media (by big tech) changed human psychology (why we didn't implement those features here). They will NEVER stop making this shit as addictive as possible.


  • Not selling family. I don't want to package my family as a sellable commodity for their profit. We try to avoid peddling family & our relationship for public consumption for corporate profit (the behavior they reward). Family is not a brand. Not capitalism.
  • Capitalism's profiting on hate, gossip, and division will snatch your soul. You have to steal it back.
  • SM can make genuine life experiences performative.
  • Companies are actively hacking and pillaging for our attention, creating the growth of ADHD. We are losing our ability to focus, to listen, to process, to critically think. They are re-wiring our minds with a bad combination of short attention span and anxiety.
  • There's a spectrum of mental illness on display and followed by millions. Negative...
oct 23 2016 ∞
jan 29 2023 +
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Good ones:

  • Can make armpit farts.
  • Can make water drip sounds with his mouth.
  • Can make his belly roll.
  • Can turn his tongue into a taco.
  • Can do Forest Gump's voice.
  • Can move his lips and eyebrows up and down, like a puppeteer lifting them with a string.
  • Can make laser sound effects with his mouth.
  • Can do old school soul train moves.

Bad ones:

  • Stops at green lights.
  • Mixes all his food together.
  • Leaves keys in the door.
  • Leaves the wipers on after it has stopped raining.
  • Forgets to floss or drink water.
dec 25 2022 ∞
jan 29 2023 +
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  • Spin Doctors
  • Huey Lewis and The News
  • Billy Ocean
  • Pet Shop Boys


  • Deerboy
  • Sam
  • Simon
  • Milo

Dog Parks:

  • Eagle Rock Dog Park & Trails
  • Hermon Dog Park
  • South Pawsadena
  • Silver Lake Reservoir
  • EL Dorado
  • Alice's Dog Park (Pasadena)
  • Ernest Debs Field


oct 13 2020 ∞
dec 5 2022 +
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  • What does it feel like to be relevant only when Asian women die? You’re celebrated until another killing happens ––to be valuable, only deserving of empathy and love, when you’re brutalized. That’s the Asian American plight. We’re not visible at all. Only visible as a corpse.
  • Your mother advised you that the way you protect yourself from racism is to disappear. Warning you ahead of time to stay small to be a smaller target. (As a mother who raised an Asian child) I assumed somehow subconsciously that my whiteness was his whiteness and that it would protect him. He dealt with racism in every school and town but he dealt with it alone because he didn’t have a guide.
  • The body holds and knows so much more than we do.
  • Privilege is not just about economics. It’...
apr 13 2022 ∞
may 30 2022 +
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Pet peeve (sexist) comments over the years?

  • He's why I have tattoos.
    • I had ten tattoos before meeting him (including tattoos on my breasts). I have more tattoos because I have a tattoo artist living with me.
  • He's why I like punk.
    • I still don't listen to american hardcore but I've always listened to 1970s punk from the U.S. and London, and turned him on to an era of punk and post punk he had never listened to before. Strangely, I think he'd say I had a bigger influence on his music tastes than the other way around.
  • I'm influenced by his work.
    • He had never read graphic novels. I intro...
jan 11 2023 ∞
jan 29 2023 +
may 21 2010 ∞
jul 4 2022 +