Monthly Archives: November 2010

The Squid – Chapter Two: Janet

Chapter One: Rex Chapter Two: Janet Chapter Three: Albion Rex Banion, idiot. Not that I don’t appreciate him solving our dilemma with Daddy’s little secret society games, but a man should know when someone’s plotting his death. Its probably the … Continue reading

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The Squid – Chapter One: Rex

The Squid Chapter One: Rex Chapter Two: Janet Chapter Three: Albion I awoke one morning to find that I had been transformed into a man who gave a damn what a dame thought of him. There she was on the … Continue reading

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I Review Thanksgiving, Part 2

Thanksgiving is the day you default to family. At least it was when I was growing up. People just show up out of the blue and when you’re only eight years old and you only just met these people its … Continue reading

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I review Thanksgiving

In New York on Thanksgiving, you must wade. Those of us who are adept at wading prosper, and shave precious minutes off our trips. Those who cannot wade through the cars and pedestrians and trains are losing time. And what … Continue reading

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Musical Theatre is like baseball.

It’s the great American invention, and no one watches it any more. Oh snap.

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I Review FreeMarket

FreeMarket. Imagine Facebook, if you lived there. It is the future. You live on a giant floating metal donut near Titan. All food and drink are free. You cannot die, because little robots will find your corpse and rebuild a … Continue reading

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Finding the Hat

I salivate. It sits in shipping. I just completed my order of Finishing the Hat and I eagerly await its arrival at my door, though it may be stolen by bandits in between. It’s pretty much required reading now, I … Continue reading

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World’s Greatest

“I can’t stick around here long,” I said. “Ok,” she said. “I’m always travelling,” I said. “Ok,” she said. She was blond, streaks of black in her hair, golden sunglasses on her head like birds’ wings. “I can’t do it … Continue reading

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“I Still Like Bret Favre” – photograph from the Rally to Restore Sanity

Matt Kern snapped this photo of a “Bret” Favre supporter at the recent Stewart / Colbert rally:

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The Ninja Politics of Nick Kane!

God bless Nick Kane. Maybe you guys didn’t catch him on Community, but I did. He was in a scene with Chevy Chase. That’s awesome. The first day I met Nick Kane was when he razor scootered into auditions for … Continue reading

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