Monthly Archives: July 2008

Pissing in Itasca Field on Halloween

    I don’t care now I’m laughing in my Yellow snow shoes God damn humanity A mermaid in a wheelchair Who could make this stuff up? What’s the matter with matter Just enjoy the waitress kneeling In her French … Continue reading

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“Celebrities.” Like I care.

There’s supposedly some “movie stars” around town. Big deal – I probably wouldn’t recognize them if I saw them. I never go to mainstream Hollywood movies, only to low budget indie films or documentaries about fracking or the NSA. They … Continue reading

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My Thoughts Go Out To You

  There’s a formulation that everybody seems to use these days when expressing condolences – "My thoughts and prayers go out to the family" it roughly goes, though often the thoughts and prayers "are with" the bereaved. What exactly is that … Continue reading

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From The Road Leads on by Knut Hamsun

  I’m working my way through Knut Hamsun’s three books about his fictional small Norwegian town Segelfoss, and didn’t want to write anything about them until I was done with all three. However I found this passage in the third, … Continue reading

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My Son’s Random Film

Check out this film my son made with his friends:

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Car Attendant

Car Attendant   See the cold fool Trying to be hot stuff And his lardass associates Like many fascists they try To prove they’re fun guys By wearing shorts Exposing hairy trotters   A few problems with your Ford? Is … Continue reading

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SwimClub Radio Presents: BURN

  Perhaps you’re aware of Stella’s SwimClub radio project. A bunch of us make CD’s of our favorite tunes of the moment, she copies them, and we all dig each others’ sounds. It’s as much fun to listen as to … Continue reading

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In Memorium

    IN MEMORIUM PHILIP D. JOYCE DECEMBER 26, 1932 — JULY 16, 2008   A great teacher and a great guy. So long, Happy Chap….

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Ponytailed Erinys

  Ponytailed Erinys   The greyness when It gets late brings The challenge of reality In the form of The Washburn Cheerleader Ponytailed Erinys returning Erinys who walks in darkness Who strips her clothes off And hangs them in a … Continue reading

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Library Follies

  Librarians Grant Godlike Powers! MILAN SUMMER READING: "CREATE A BUG" 11 a.m., Milan Public Library, 151 Wabash St., Milan. Listen to a bug story, then make your own. Grades K-2. Free.   I’m not sure this really sounds like … Continue reading

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