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Sasha Frere-Jones thanked me for the Pylon link. Touch me, I’m famous.
If you’ve got a minute, let me recommend spending it looking at Jason Thrasher’s Fine Art and Editorial photographs. Jason’s from Athens and a passing acquaintance of mine, and I have seen some of his photos before. I had the abundant pleasure of being there when he got back all of the prints of the […]
I did some research on tractors before we bought the John Deere L111. I gotta tell ya, having a membership at Consumer Reports has made buying really expensive stuff a lot less scary. The L111 was their top-rated lawn tractor. Consumer Reports doesn’t take ads. They refuse to be intimidated by lawsuits by various charlatans. […]
An acre and a half is a lot of grass. Good thing I got one of these, yesterday: Welcome to home ownership. (yes, that’s a cup holder…)
River of blood, anyone?
I don’t know why. This entry at Billmon caught me off-guard. Pardon me, I need to go close my office door.
You should go read this history of Pylon in Vanessa Briscoe Hay’s own words. It’s incredible. Pylon debuted at a party above Chapter Three Records shortly thereafter. Most of our friends from town and art school came to the party.Chemical Features, basically Pylon without me were the opening act. The crowd stood still. This was […]
I just love this story. Via Josh Marshall comes a link to a newspaper in Katherine Harris’ (R-Insane make-up) district detailing her history of strong-armed “donations” to her campaign. I just love the way these people work. So much. Eleven years ago, employees of the Riscorp insurance company made campaign contributions totaling $20,292 to U.S. […]
Sometimes I can’t help but wonder what would happen if I offered the same excuses the Bush Administration does for the bullshit it pulls. I mean, following this headline… “U.S. to resume plutonium 238 production-report” with this explanatory paragraph… The newspaper quoted project managers as saying most, if not all, of the new plutonium was […]
1. What were three of the stupidest things you have done in your life? (I should say that all-in-all, my stupidity has ended up bouncing back and teaching me a very, very valuable lesson each time. So, I don’t necessarily regret the stupid stuff. Like the fixer says- “get addicted to….” but I thank whatever […]