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I've offically moved today. I wish I could say how I feel about that, but I'm not sure I know.

All I know is that I lost that sense of security, that sense of "it's all going to be okay, just go to sleep and it'll all be over in morning".

I'm mean, that's it. I don't have a bright, half-witty comment or even something I heard someone else say and could pass on as something I said.

So, take that for whatever it's worth.


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I keep hoping that the building that houses my day job has been suffiently blown away by intense winds. At the very least, I'm hoping for a work-related rain delay. Do they have those?


It's raining so hard that the midwestern masses have all huddled indoors from the big scary water drops from the sky. I'm included because a)I'm deathly afraid of tornadoes, to the point where I have monthy anxiety dreams about them (I often have a Green Lantern ring in these dreams, but that's another days subject matter)and b)because I'm a giant pussy.

In other news, I have no real other news. I did however, manage to plan out the next 6 comics that I want to write, which may mean that I've got some kind of terrible four color brain sickness. I've got at least three other ideas that aren't fleshed out, just random tidbits of information that I want to work into a story.

BOANTHRO is taking far longer than it should, as real life is slashing at the throat of my work time. Working 40 hours per week + coming home and trying to write for at least 20 hours + prepping to move = fuuuuuck.

Things'll settle and I'll get back into the swing of things, but for now I'm content with complaing about how tired I am

Also, I now have an AMAZON wishlist, for those who care, it can be found HERE

My birthday's June 5th. I'll be turning 23, the magical year when a young mans fancy turns into ... fuck it. Buy me something, I'm cheap and easy to please.


Man's Brain Mysteriously Shrinking.

(file under research.)

One half of a Utah man's brain is shrinking away, and neurologists don't know why. The mystery has puzzled specialists in Canada and the United States, some who've been following his case for the past 15 years.

50-year old David Mitchell may look okay, but inside, the left side of his brain is shrinking while the right side remains normal.

David Mitchell: "It's like a part of me is not there anymore."

Dr. Patrice Duvernay says his case has even been presented at medical conferences..

Patrice Duvernay, M.D., LDS Hospital Neurologist: "They were very puzzled, had difficulty generating a list of diagnoses.?

Cynthia Mitchell, David's Wife: "It's been a very unusual situation and the doctors at the Mayo, when we went back in March, said it was an anomaly. He was an anomaly."

David will be going back to the Mayo Clinic later this month while some of the country's top experts take biopsies and run more tests. Alzheimer's, Crutzfelt Jacob's Disease, other recognized brain disorders - so far they've all been ruled out.

Patrice Duvernay, M.D.: "The disease is going forward or anterior where it's affecting memory, language and personality - making it so he is no longer able to work."


Deadly weapons cache seized.


Andy Kaufman is ALIVE!

After all it's on the internet, so it must be true.

Andy Kaufman Returns After 20 Years.

And the supposed Andy Kaufman weblog.



My brother and his friend are in the basement "rocking out" to a screamo version of what I believe to be the Level 1-1 theme music to Super Mario Bros.

I'm not a hundred percent sure, because blood is filling up in my ears at an exponential rate.


Voice of Yogi Bear is arrested after drunken stand-off

May 12, 2004 -- LOS ANGELES - Cops busted a boozed-up cartoon actor - best known for playing Yogi Bear, Bugs Bunny, Foghorn Leghorn and a host of other characters - after he barricaded himself and held SWAT officers at bay, authorities said yesterday.

Greg Burson, 54, is free on $20,000 bail after he was booked on suspicion of battery Monday for a strange standoff with cops in the Tujunga neighborhood of northern L.A.

Burson has voiced some of the cartoon world's best-known characters, including Looney Tunes stars Bugs, Foghorn, Elmer Fudd and Daffy Duck, as well as Yogi, Boo-Boo, Huckleberry Hound and Mr. Magoo.


For those about to rock, we salute you.

Today is the "birfday" of one Dennis Culver. Wish that nigga well.


World's Tallest Man Unhappy About Height


a new book from Fair Use Press




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