Monthly Archives: June 2008

Dr. Cave To Build Statue of Himself

To keep this blog from being too high brow, and to make it seem like it’s more active, I’ve decided to post this I found: Nick Cave, the rock star, is planning to erect a giant statue of himself in … Continue reading

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Pretentious Posturing

I just finished reading a book by a man named Peter J. Leithart called Deep Comedy: Trinity, Tragedy, & Hope In Western Literature.  And by just finished, I mean two hours ago.  Since I’m mentioning it here it can only mean … Continue reading

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George Carlin Dead

Religion has actually conviced people that there’s an invisible man. Living in the sky. Who watches everything you do every minute of every day of your life. And he has a list of ten things he does not want you … Continue reading

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Idea

I’ve been talking with the always inimitable Visculas regarding a possible Podcast, we’d call it A Nice Podcast and it’d be sort of like a book review magazine.  Only we’d review games, and let the discussion go where it goes.  Perhaps a … Continue reading

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Question of the Day

How will Sega screw this up?

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Mr. and Mrs. Squirrel and Biggy’s Christmas: The North Pole Adventure

The following is a story I wrote in the third grade. I recently rediscovered it and thought it was so great I should share it. The full title is Mr. and Mrs. Squirrel and Biggy’s Christmas: The North Pole Adventure … Continue reading

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Potatoe

I thought it’d be fun if I blogged or something.  Now that school is out. Luckily I discovered this eminently bloggable news story from the New York Times: Peruvian agronomists, historians and diplomats are chafing at an assertion by Marigen Hornkohl, Chile’s … Continue reading

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