I finally got around to reading and blogging about Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters and it was a great big pile of meh. At first I thought it was because the co-author (not Jane Austen, the other guy, Ben Winters) was different. Then I thought that maybe, heaven help me, I liked Pride and […]
It’s a truth universally accepted that the world has a peculiar preoccupation with zombies. It’s also a truth accepted that all American high school students suffer through at least one Jane Austen novel, in their tenure through the required education. Much like we all read The Old Man And the Sea and upwards of three […]
Or “Why Five-Year-Olds Rule” This strikes me as something my brother, Boone, and I would have done. I’m fairly sure at one point I did a silly comic like this about twins with magic powers from the sea and sun with Boone’s uncle, Ryan, when Ryan and I were 13 or so. Start reading here. […]
Sing it to “I Kissed a Girl” by Katy Perry.
I have a nigh foolproof plan to save the world’s economy. Legalize gay marriage worldwide Look at it this way, Nevada is working on a gay marriage law. Now, as soon as Nevada legalizes gay marriage what happens to Las Vegas? Weddings. Lots and lots of weddings. And suddenly Las Vegas is out of that […]
I hate April Fools day. Really. It’s hell when people actually have legit news to post, and the ‘clever’ subversive crap is always JUST enough to make you have to think ‘Wait, was that real?’ where as the stuff you don’t care about is about as funny as my friend’s 4 year-old who said “Martians […]
Have a good Shabbos, everybody!
BSG comes to an end with it’s last run of episodes. January 23rd 16th begins the end. I shall miss thee, demented, depressing, horrific, gut ripping, weirdly religious show about war and what it does to people.
I’m partial to Chrismahanakwanzakah myself, but this is funny. If you’ve never seen Fringe, it will explain everything.