Article Archive for November 2009
Posted in Stories and Appreciations on 17 November 2009
Stats: 12,382 views and 4 Comments
I knew I’d found it when I saw a blue building with a black-and-white Wolfman poster hanging in its window, assuring me that I was about to be in the best possible place.
Posted in One Million Watts on 16 November 2009
Stats: 4,132 views and 1 Comment
It took me a moment to recognize Robin Leach. Somehow he managed to hold the attention of a beautiful woman while looking like the proverbial unmade bed.
Posted in Things We Like on 14 November 2009
Stats: 3,964 views and 1 Comment
We ask you to believe that birds can fight fires, that the sweet muck in that 7-11 Domo cup is worth drinking, and that the end of the world has a beat you can dance to. Believe!
Posted in Lies and Entertainment on 13 November 2009
Stats: 7,158 views and 1 Comment
If you see a penny and pick it up, you’ll soon be visited by a woman with a bouffant hairdo, a stack of money with googly eyes, and that one guy from “24,” all of whom will implore you to change your auto insurance to another carrier.
Posted in Seattle on 12 November 2009
Stats: 29,458 views and 3 Comments
As you read these words, a superhero cat has saved a pit bull. A goat has learned a new song on his guitar. And Ryan Henry Ward has probably created another mural on a Seattle wall.
Posted in Stories and Appreciations on 11 November 2009
Stats: 4,707 views and 5 Comments
Having been born and raised in Ohio, I understand boredom in a profound way. In 1963, the two most exciting things in my life were my $3.98 “Made In Japan” transistor radio with a fake leather case and Whitey, my albino hamster.
Posted in One Million Watts on 10 November 2009
Stats: 5,461 views and 2 Comments
Mickey Mouse circa 1928 was a hellraiser. He dealt squarely with his enemies, but he also played pranks on his friends. And oh boy, do we need him back.
Posted in Seattle on 9 November 2009
Stats: 6,932 views and 4 Comments
I like to challenge myself to use the smaller plastic hand baskets as opposed to the large metal carts. The carts create a barrier around oneself and prevent the opportunity for real human moments.
Posted in Things We Like on 7 November 2009
Stats: 7,810 views and 1 Comment
In a world in which a UFO-powered Spider-Man rides motorcycles and wrestlers clobber giant space squids, who are we to say that your beard is weird?
Posted in Lies and Entertainment on 6 November 2009
Stats: 21,418 views and 14 Comments
It’s difficult to be a man in America and know nothing about sports. I can’t tell you the name of more than two or three baseball players and I have to think to remember the name of the football team in the city where I live. I am an aberration, a sports hating mutant doomed to walk the Earth completely unable to communicate with a large portion of the US population.