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Saturday, January 08, 2005


Well, at least now we know where my friend, Crumrine is.


Friday, January 07, 2005


Once a week, Something Awful hosts Photoshop Phriday, an event where people are asked to create digital images with a given theme. A few weeks ago (just looking at it now), the theme was "Animal Oddities," or something...

This one cracks me up to beat heck:

Whereas this one is just creepy:


But, I give this one the best in show:


Thursday, January 06, 2005


So I'm following Bennett's lead, and including a link to the spot on Amazon where you can donate money to the Red Cross for the Asian tsunami relief fund thing.

It seems to work OK, though you don't get a receipt or anything unless you give >$250.



So, it's time to take stock of 2004....This will be the first part of an I-don't-know-how-many-part series detailing stuff about 2004....

I don't pretend to have heard all the important music from 2004 (it's Wyoming, so I'll be hearing all the cool 2004 stuff in 2005 probably), but here, in no particular order, are the 10 best albums I've heard this year:

-Drag It Up, by Old 97's
-A Ghost is Born, by Wilco
-Franz Ferdinand, by Franz Ferdinand
-Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind - Soundtrack, by various...including Beck and ELO
-Good News for People Who Love Bad News, by Modest Mouse
-Twentysomething, by Jamie Cullum
-Real Gone, by Tom Waits
-American Idiot, by Green Day
-Has Been, by William Shatner

I know, I know, I didn't mention Smile....Sorry..I just haven't been able to get into it..

My predictions for 2005's best...

-BLINKING LIGHTS and Other Revelations, by Eels
-???, by Wilco (not even sure they're working on one, but they probably are, and it will probably be awesome)

Still to come: my New Year's Resolutions, and some other stuff.


Wednesday, January 05, 2005


For all your skull needs....

It is THE place to go if you ever need a wolverine penis bone.....(Key quote: "The baculum is a unique bone found in the penis of most mammals. This bone aids in copulation when mates have only a short encounter and need to perform quickly. The baculum is sometimes referred to a “hillbilly or mountain man toothpick” and can be utilized as a coffee stirrer."

Hey...now I know what to get people for Christmas next year - everyone needs a coffee stirrer...

I wonder where they get the human skulls....

Not at all creepy or anything...


Tuesday, January 04, 2005


New art...


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