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i slept for thirty four hours out of the past forty eight
consistently and perpetually very confused in international airports,
stopping to freak out about your electronics
we have to hydrrrrate
can you trade some music with me before we leave
"oh my god, the next bed i'm going to sleep in is my girlfriends"
that has got to feel good
for real for real, now now
just now, now
we stared at two old ladies crying in the johannesburg airport one time
one of them was wearing a white shirt and the other one was wearing a maroon shirt
and they were both crying a lot and their faces were old and sad
and they hed each other so hard, their baggy clothes hung over their bodies like nightgowns
there was something coming out of their eyes
and something coming out of their mouths
i watched them like it was my business
i saw you looking at them, too
you said, that is the saddest thing ever
i said yeah
you said they are probably never going to see each other again
i said why
you said because they are so old and one of them is going to new york city
i said do you think they know that
you said they have to have thought about it
i said yeah probably
and then one of them picked up a small bag and got in line to go through a metal detector
and the other one stood there and cried a lot
i said they looked like best friends
yeah, you said, forever
a little kid near me on an airplane
i watched him put on his baseball cap backwards
his mom took a picture of him drinking a can of coke and making a peace sign with his hands
with a kodak easycam or something
on an airplane
think about them looking at this picture later on in life
hey remember that time we rode on a plane
i would like to ride on an airplane with my grandma
and then i would also like the capability to change the way she feels about black people (in general)
i can always count on looking at this one picture of you to make me want to write something
i can always count on this one akron/family song to make me want to write something
you are installing quicktime on your computer in the airport
you are eating a muffin wrapped in a clear package that says, "ballistic muffins inc"
there is a woman in a tan business suit on the plane with yellow curly hair and nails painted white who is drinking white wine and reading white pages in a book with a red cover
she is wearing a lot of makeup and smells like perfume from a department store
she and i have no made eye contact yet but i have looked at her and vice versa
some people call these sorts of situations awkward
i guess it's just disinterest
oh, who knows
this has a funny story behind it. i went to see my sister at work the other day, and she was getting her make-up done over in the cosmetic department. (she works in a department store.) i talked one of the girls into doing my makeup, and she did the most amazing green and turquoise eye thing i have ever seen. i was trying to take a photo of it because it was so rad, but nothing turned out because the light in my bathroom isn't the best. in any case, while sorting through the photos i found this one and was like "damn! there's my face!" i look crazy! but funny. so here you go.
best department store makeup
Downtown department stores were once the heart and soul of America’s pulsing Broadways and Main Streets. With names such as City of Paris, Penn Traffic, The Maze, Maison Blanche, or The Popular, they sested spheres far beyond mundane shopping. Nicknames reflected the affection customers felt for their favorites, whether Woodie’s, Wanny’s, Stek’s, O.T.’s, Herp’s, or Bam’s.
The history of downtown department stores is as fascinating as their names and as diverse as their merchandise. Their stories encompass many themes: the rise of decorative design, new career paths for women, the growth of consumerism, and the technological ingenuity of escalators and pneumatic tubes. Just as the big stores made up their own small universes, their stories are microcosmic narratives of American culture and society.
The big stores were much more than mere businesses. They were local institutions where shoppers could listen to concerts, see fashion shows and art exhibits, learn golf or bridge, pay electric bills, and plan vacations – all while their children played in the store’s nursery under the eye of a uniformed nursemaid.
From Boston to San Diego and Miami to Seattle, department stores symbolized a city’s spirit, wealth, and progressiveness. Situated at busy intersections, they occupied the largest and finest downtown buildings, and their massive corner clocks became popular meeting places. Their locations became the epicenters of commerce, the high point from which downtown property taxes were calculated. Spanning the late 19th century well into the 20th, their peak development mirrors the growth of cities and of industrial America when both were robust and flourishing.
The time may be gone when children accompany their mothers downtown for a day of shopping and lunch in the tea room, when monogrammed trucks deliver purchases for free the very same day, and when the personality of a city or town can be read in its big stores. But they are far from forgotten and they still have power to influence how we shop today.
Service and Style recreates the days of downtown department stores in their prime, from the 1890s through the 1960s. Exploring in detail the wide range of merchandise they sold, particularly style goods such as clothing and home furnishings, it examines how they displayed, promoted, and sometimes produced goods. It reveals how the stores grew, why they declined, and how they responded to and shaped the society around them.
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