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"The best revenge is not to be like that." Marcus Aurelius, Meditations, vi:6

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Where I Live:
Student Ghetto
About Me:
I'm a weird combo of skinhead, freemason, and class war enthusiast.

I worked in the arts for about a decade, but recently decided to give that scene the finger. It's been a blast. I'm not going to do that stuff any more. I'm currently waiting tables again, which I really enjoy. Long term I want to work in hotels; eventually I'd like to be a concierge at a nice Albuquerque-area hotel or resort.
Favorite Thing(s) About Albuquerque:
Food; views; space; my neighborhood; locals & newcomers that respect the locals
What I'm Reading:
You can bore yourself with my reading habits at goodreads:

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At 12:07pm on February 22, 2010, nmmtnmama said…
Did you ever find your Salt & Pepper Tofu? We ate at Budai Gourmet Chinese (in the shopping center at corner of San Mateo and Academy) this weekend and I happened to notice that they have it on the menu. It's a nice little place, and food seems well made, but I'll have to go back for real test because I was engrossed in conversation and somehow managed to order Homestyle Tofu instead of Ma Po Tofu -- a bit bland for my taste. If you try their Salt & Pepper Tofu, I would love to hear what you think. I am a big fan of pepper, but since it wasn't marked as spicy and I don't usually like salty food, I decided to give it a pass.
At 2:24pm on August 28, 2009, zoodeb said…
Wow! Ch-ch-ch-ch -cha changes..... Where dost thou serve? Must visit. Do they serve Cheetoes au gratin? au chocolat? à la coq?
At 10:37am on June 24, 2009, mombat said…
Hey Khan- I thought of you yesterday because my two youngest were commenting on how the baby octopus at the aquarium was "so cute and woogie" and then they extolled the virtues of the cuttlefish.
Hope all is well.
At 1:32pm on June 19, 2009, hettie said…
hey khan,
I just read this article about thomas kincaid reaping what he hath sown and I thought of you, but I'm too lazy to find your original post about him.
At 9:05am on May 28, 2009, Ray Maseman said…
Harroi! We stopped by your place of work on Sunday, but alas you were elsewhere. Lovely service nonetheless, though that shake mixer thing is quite loud.
Let me know if you're up for a bicycle ride!
At 10:36pm on February 23, 2009, Sarahjmd said…
You betcha! Just let me know.
At 3:56pm on February 20, 2009, Sarahjmd said…
Who is your rep? Dede Feldman is our State Senator and she always writes back. I feel really lucky to have her represent me.

Mkay -- pick my brain anytime, for what it is worth. I love to hear myself and if someone else is listening...all the better, eh? I think a concierge is a cool job.
At 1:07pm on January 12, 2009, mombat said…
How was your trip?
At 10:56am on December 30, 2008, Jon Kulas said…
Join us at

This site supports New Mexico artists and is free to join. We are also hosting a Photography Showdown in January - $50 cash to the winner. Don't forget to join our groups too!
At 8:57am on December 30, 2008, Ray Maseman said… love like Cthulu's, I mean, a mother's.
I think I need to research the Cthulic (Cthonic?) take on evolution. I'm cooking up a big display in the library about evolution for Darwin's 200th birthday in February. I want to be ready if anyone is so foolish as to demand representation of other view points.

Khan's Blog

The Alvarado Has Come Back For A Visit, So Give the Old Girl A Chance

Posted on March 15, 2009 at 11:30pm 9 Comments

The Albuquerque Museum recently opened a new exhibit that explores the history, style and romantic era of the Alvarado Hotel. Our own beautiful old Harvey House, right in the heart of our city, knocked down in 1970 and now kind-of memorialized by the Alvarado Transit Center, which sits on the same ground.

I went for a very quick look this past week, but wanted to save the real visit to be shared with my guy, who is a wild… Continue

Tracks/Traces/Vestiges - Paintings by Deborah Donelson

Posted on November 6, 2008 at 11:00pm 1 Comment

Deborah Donelson has maybe been better known as a printmaker during her years here in New Mexico, but in fact she has been as much or more a creator of paintings and drawings. Indeed, Deborah's signature works on paper are individual watercolors built on frameworks of etching or gravure prints. She has had several successful shows of her prints in Albuquerque, and has been a star at Art Santa Fe and other… Continue

(Gus) Wagner's (Farm) -- the current Center of My Life

Posted on October 20, 2008 at 10:30am 10 Comments

Growing up, the fall lineup of family activities included the occasional trip out to Gus Wagner's to buy squash, corn, and (if I remember) apple cider. As a kid, I hated doing things with my family, so I hated Gus Wagner's.

But now that I'm a grownup (bonk, bonk on the head! bonk-bonk! bonk-bonk!), and these days I work in Corrales about half a mile from there. Gus Wagner's, now just called Wagner's Family Farm (I believe Gus has long since passed away), is… Continue

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