R.I.P. Ray Manzarek
The interior decorating world is just not ready for my Gold Spray-painted Mannequin Parts/Kentucky Fried Chicken stylings.
Lee A. Zelenak | Art of Ornament No. 2
If you’re the sort of individual who’s staring at quirky in the rear view mirror, you may continue on to the video portion of our program, Building A Human.
“It is one in the morning, twenty five years after Lillian disappeared, or after I was found, and I realize I am still looking for her. The man and the boy seemed so certain that I was her that I have sometimes wondered myself. Where had she gone, a seven-year-old blonde child, that she might ride up one day out of the sea?” Seamstress for the Band and Peter Gabriel, Here Comes the Flood.
Public Service Poster: Never Go With Strange Children.
If you listen with the heart, you needn’t understand the language.
I wonder what it would be like to live in a neon city? …… By the by, I can’t decide if that chauffer is brave or senseless; from this angle, it looks like he’s about to get his lower extremities realigned. Heh. Reminds me of that old ‘frog with no legs goes deaf’ joke.
“Like Mom always said, ‘If life hands you lemons, it’s because you’ve sinned in the eyes of God.’” John Fugelsang
I expect many folks in the Tumblr community, myself included, are less than happy with the news that Tumblr has been sold to Yahoo. At the base of it, I have no objections, but it’s a wait and see proposition. You see, in return for your time, I believe you deserve every consideration. What concerns me is this statement by Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer: “The two companies will also work together to create advertising opportunities that are seamless and enhance user experience.” I have never, will never, have ads on my blog. If ads are thrust upon us unwanted, I shall be forced to close. Should that happen suddenly, please know that I have appreciated and enjoyed every moment of your company. If or when I relocate, the new site will be linked on my Twitter page.
^^^What she said. Fortunately I’m revamping my Writebastard site so that it’ll have proper places for the silliness I indulge in here. Like my ever-popular “Screengrab From A Cartoon With A Line Of Dialogue Like That’s SO Hard To Do Jesus” images.
Bastard Etiquette Tip #19
After an evening of overindulgence involving gin and property damage, it is polite to send a note of apology.
Stephen Scobie, on the Naropa Institute’s 1994 tribute to Allen Ginsberg (via FuckYeahBeatniks)
Captain Flat-Tongue Comic 4.
The Cap’n isnt very observant.
Team Mind Fuck doing their rounds.