Monthly Archives: June 2005

Wacko

I can’t be certain, but I think if someone says one more thing to me about Wacko, the undisputed champ of contrived eccentricity, they’re going to get punched in the face. Enough already. He was charged, he was acquitted. Whatever. Next. Christ. The … Continue reading

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Prefabricated Celebrities

Prefabricated celebrities. The mobile homes of the talented. I’ll explain. The marginally talented who possess a look that corporations can use to sell their mass manufactured–whatever. Think Ashton Kutcher selling you the "trucker" look. J-Lo selling you perfume and sunglasses. … Continue reading

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Cool

Rifling through the radio stations on my car stereo, looking for my daily fix of irrelevant bullshit a.k.a news, is when I first took notice. The guy standing on the corner, showered in Nike. The Castor and Pollux of burger chains, McDonald’s … Continue reading

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A quote

Much as formal education, or erudition, is a passable substitute for imagination and intelligence. I find the ability to quote is a serviceable substitute for wit. My wit wanes, so here is a quote.   "Be very, very careful what … Continue reading

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Much ado about jack

Anyway, here’s how it goes. Standing in the shower blithely watching the shaving cream spiral down the drain. That Coriolis Effect. Nice urban legend. It’s the best because it sounds scientific, and it does possess some scientific validity, but it’s … Continue reading

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