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Thursday, July 17, 2008

Hey, who said you could touch my spadix?

I got a call this afternoon and a proposition.

“Hey, a corpse flower has blossomed at Berkeley Botanical Gardens…I told my boss I had a doctor’s appointment, so I’m going to see it. Do you want to go?”

Do I want to go? Jesus, what a question? Heh. Unfortunately, as fate would have it, I couldn’t. No, I’m still unemployed, but I had a lot of crap to do before my writer’s group arrived, so I couldn’t. Now, my writer’s meetings are not to be missed, but how often do you get the opportunity to stop and sniff the decay?

Anyway, Snyergyboy wrote about it on his blog…and I have a feeling pictures, and maybe even video, are just around the corner. Go there, read about his sensual and stinky encounter, and say hello why doncha!

http://syzygy13.livejournal.com/

2 comments:

Charles Gramlich said...

I couldn't pass up a corpse flower either. I wanna see pics.

Clifford said...

I didn't get pics... but I'm sure synergyboy did. I'll bug him about posting them. Impressive as hell!

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