September 16, 2005

I Think That My Heart is Saying Yes Go For It


Found at the Berkeley BART station, east entrance, by Jupiter.

Posted by Dr. Frank at September 16, 2005 06:15 PM | TrackBack

oh shatia! i completely forgot about you!

Posted by: kendra at September 16, 2005 06:50 PM

Condi, I need a bathroom break. Is that possible?

Posted by: qwerty at September 17, 2005 12:32 AM

Oh, that damn nervous nature... It's defeated a good number of us I'm sure.

Posted by: jerin at September 17, 2005 01:31 AM

Are you guys making fun? I think that note is very sweet. I hope the writer and Shatia got together after all.

Posted by: Chris Fabulous at September 17, 2005 02:45 PM

Condi, I need to leave now to take a shit.
I wait any longer I'll have shatia.
People will point and laugh.
Okay, more than usual even.

Posted by: qwerty2 at September 17, 2005 09:40 PM

the coolest part about that is that i take the bus from that exact spot to get home every single day. i love berkeley.

Posted by: Nick G. at September 17, 2005 11:48 PM

I think "Shatia" was the name of the tomatoey sauce on the fries sold at the Krishna food stand there at Center and Shattuck back in the day. I totally yearn for those fries, too.

Posted by: Nick at September 18, 2005 01:32 AM

Can I just mention here that the first couple of times that I saw this post I thought you were using "by Jupiter" as as interjection? As in, "By Jupiter, centurion, close the gates before Asterix and Obelix get in!" I was trying to figure out why you were using this odd expression. "I think that my heart is saying yes go for it" doesn't SOUND like Catullus, I said to myself, but maybe I'm wrong...

Then I realized that you were simply specifying the exact location of your discovery. In front of the bar. The one called "Jupiter".

I need to start getting more sleep.

Posted by: Nick at September 19, 2005 12:38 AM

very sweet note... lucky shatia, to have someone who cares so much....

Posted by: Catherine at September 19, 2005 03:33 PM

Frank, have you seen Napoleon Dynamite? If not, you're in the minority and really ought to watch it. Sometimes, things that are super popular in pop culture deserve it. But anyway, I think if you haven't seen it you should and would enjoy it because the humor seems to be in the neighborhood of your own. At one point, one of the characters is facing some kind of emotional dilemna and Napoleon says, "Just try listening to your heart... that's what I do."
And the artwork you did for the inside of King Dork is funny in the same way Napoleon's doodles of a "Liger" are.

Please put your Suicide Girls on hold for a second and respond to my query. THanks.

Posted by: Melody Chest at September 20, 2005 02:18 PM

it's like doing the dishes- you really want the satisfaction of having a clean counter but then again, who wants to bend over so many times without having sex? it just seems pointless... I heard somewhere once that confusion comes before clarity. i guess it'd have to. duh. I lived right around the corner from that station for years. I love berkeley square....sob, and miss it.

Posted by: Athena at September 22, 2005 05:38 AM

frank, can you please stop posting the personal thoughts of others on your website so that snippy teenagers and arrogant college kids may mock them? there's a real world out here where things are tough. thanks

Posted by: the rest of us at September 25, 2005 06:10 PM