It's all around you, like smog. This train isn't bound for glory.
Background by Deak Ferrand, who pwnz.
If you were referred here by Technorati, please note that the entry you are looking for is probably the one PRIOR TO the one you were actually referred to, due to a bug in their indexing process. Please see previous entry.
"Don't you know there's a war going on?" - 1960s commonplace So you're all up in arms because the miiddle class is becoming poor? Or, to be candid, because it is becoming less middle-class? I don't give a loose shit. You didn't care about us, when we were the wretched, and you weren't. A . . . (More)
The mental health industry has a long history, much of it politically implicated by, oh, for example, Foucault - curiously intertwined with the history of those institutions of CONTROL the government and the church. For an uncomfortably close instance of a form of authority making use of . . . (More)
Dramatis Personae: A: A new DJ, starting his or her first shift. B: Radio producer, easing A into the routine. [B is preparing to leave, having guided A into seat and headset, indicated the controls, and so forth. Off air:] B: So you should be OK? [rising] A: [grasps B's a . . . (More)
I think you should worry about what you are worrying about. (By which I mean, you know, those OTHER people, not you. You're cool, right?) People are afraid, and I am afraid of that. Nephilim: Evil Giants! "Where did these giants come from and what was their connection with ordina . . . (More)
I just thought you should know that THE TALIBAN ARE not ARMING AND TRAINING BABOONS TO KILL US ALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!! High quality Taiwanese intel on this matter is slightly debunked, but no less powerful for that, here. Oh, and then there's the matter of the SHOCKING PROOF offered below: Th . . . (More)
As a Proud American, I have nothing but love and respect for the fine art of shilling shit to the clems. As All-American Hero, "Bob" Dobbs might have said: "If God didn't want us to fleece them, why did he make them sheep?" It therefore pains me to be faced with bad advertising - which is v . . . (More)
I seem to be capable of being annoyed by the smallest things, even as the big things seem to become easier to reconcile to. There has recently been - at least here in the United States of Yee-Haw! - a remarkable up-tick in the number of commercials using jangly, acoustic guitar indie-rock cuts . . . (More)
DISCLAIMER: A wise man once said that Beer + Coffee = Removing the Volume Control. You have been warned.DISCLAIMER THE SECOND: I am going to attempt an invasion of the South over the next week, so I will be on hiatus during this time. DISCLAIMER THE THIRD: Jesus was way cool. Leave me al . . . (More)
Apparently, Seattle's love of animals does not extend beyond mammals.It has been a commonplace in our home for some years that local TV news shows love to open with a story about a sick baby and end with a story about a dog. This has held true through the several places I have prev . . . (More)