2 starts, both fall into the item cat <far from profound> </end speculation> order of operations i'm perpetually taking things apart that I put together prematurely always skipping what seem like poorly written instructions that turn out to be essential maybe i should look at this deck like a math problem maybe this life too … Continue reading 2 starts
The storytelling of Patterson Hood, songwriter/frontman for The Drive-by Truckers is nothing less than an immaculate portrait of the sprawling, family, political drama of life in America. "Uncle Phil & Aunt Phyllis In The Month After The Election" is complete with betrayal, transformation, pharmaceuticals and ass-biting dogs. Hood's first solo album, Murdering Oscar is recently … Continue reading Americana at its finest
Browsing Powell's website and came across this blurb about an upcoming author visit. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: The Classic Regency Romance--Now with Ultraviolent Zombie Mayhem! Upcoming Event Thursday, June 11, 2009 07:00 PM Powell's Books at Cedar Hills Crossing, Beaverton, OR The audacious New York Times bestseller everyone's talking about! Pride and Prejudice and … Continue reading Now I’ve seen it all
Just got back from a trip to the magnificent city of roses, having thoroughly enjoyed 80 degree weather, minor league baseball, cherry blossoms, a tight jazz show, children swimming and splashing in public fountains and so much more. Well I've heard of Werewolves of London, but never Zombies of Portland. Apparently October brings a whole … Continue reading Portland Zombies….
"I'd rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy." -Tom Waits* * TV show "Fernwood2Night", 1977. (Origin variously attributed to W. C. Fields, Tom Waits, and most commonly Dorothy Parker.) According to Wikiquote Check out Tom at his finest in this video for one of my favorite's, Chocolate Jesus