Archive for December, 2009

SECOND BEST TO NOBODY

faked by Thursday, December 31st, 2009

alwayssecond

Oh, New Orleans. You ain’t second best to nobody.

Polaroid 600; taken by me and Lula on a walk down Magazine on Christmas Day, 2009.

CLEARLY I WAS NOT READY

faked by Wednesday, December 30th, 2009

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Dominic Fortune v. Irish Assassin Santa Claus. On a Blimp.

faked by Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009

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faked by Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

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BOOKENDS

faked by Friday, December 18th, 2009

I started this decade getting kicked at the face watching an Avail show in Montevallo, Alabama.

Still not sure how it’s going to work out, and not sure how I ended up a George Strait fan along the way, but it’s been a blast either way.

TIME WON’T LET ME

faked by Wednesday, December 9th, 2009

So DC has revealed that Grant Morrison is helming a story that involves Batman fighting his way through time to the present day, after his apparent death at the hands of Darkseid. There will be Bat-Caveman, Bat-Pirate, Bat-Cowboy, and every kid’s favorite, Bat-Witchfinder.

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Go, Read: Jack Butler featured in Town Creek Poetry

faked by Monday, December 7th, 2009

Friends! Ninjas! Poetry Lovers! You will want to direct your browser over to the latest issue of Town Creek Poetry, the online magazine with the good sense to feature the poetry of Jack Butler. In addition to nineteen poems drawn from across Jack’s career, the issue features an essay on the state of poetry and a new interview. It’s like Jack Butler box set with extensive liner notes, all for free on your computer. I’m amazed you’re still reading this paragraph. Follow the link!

CHOMP CHOMP CHOMP

faked by Monday, December 7th, 2009

sadfan

Oh, the glory and the wonder of it all, to be an Alabama fan in the 21st century.

ALSO MARK INGRAM CHOMP CHOMP CHOMP

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LITTLE BOXES

faked by Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

There’s been some truly lovely games come out in the past few years, and I’m not talking processor-warping fare like Elder Scrolls: Oblivion or Modern Warfare 2, but lovely little bites of life like Passage and Small Worlds. Vegan tapas, not filet mignon, and gaming is all the better for it.

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