Monthly Archives: December 2015

AND SO

And so, you have a company, you’ve been dead for low on 100 years, and your company still cranks out stories for the screen that promote moxie driven chutzpah full of it inexperienced youthful people, in this case 2 girls … Continue reading

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WHEN

When it says to write, write. Don’t fuck around, unless you believe Kurt Vonnegut, when he said, we’re here to fart around, and, don’t let anyone fool you into thinking anything different. (He’s being nattily applied here. I’m paraphrasing terribly.) … Continue reading

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THIS OR THAT MAGIC MOMENT

Ah, when you realize the phone conversation you’re having with the person on the other end with the out of phase phone headset handing you off to a payment plan to get service to take care of your non working … Continue reading

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Why Much Patience Is Needed With The Internet

Shit from shine-hola. Actually mostly from CHINA. It’s fine and all. We get by. And we’ll meet again some sunny day. Waiting for the time to pass in order for the scheduled dental appointment. We’re not amused at all by … Continue reading

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Ganzeer on the Visual Language of ‘The Apartment in Bab El-Louk’

Originally posted on Arabic Literature (in English):
This month, Words Without Borders launched its International Graphic Novels: Volume VIIII, which features an excerpt from Donia Maher, Ganzeer, and Ahmed Nady’s “The Apartment in Bab El Louk,” trans. brilliantly by Elisabeth Jaquette.…

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Working

Yes, we’re all working. But some email services, (ms), isn’t. And, that’s fine. I just hope it’s done soon and we can get back to "normal", soon. Yeah. I find the crap on my desktop after it first began and … Continue reading

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Warren Ellis Returns to Marvel With ‘Karnak’

Originally posted on Vertigology:
Karnak #1 Warren Ellis has been known, beyond his genre-bending sci-fi classics, to take a Big Two character and redefine it in a way that later creators can use as their model.  This is exactly what…

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