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For posterity

I had a thing back in 1999 where I decided, for the purpose of posterity, to collect and hold onto seemingly important cultural records. The end result is that I still possess a lot of magazines th...

Sveltes. A comic.

I made a comic! And I made a webpage for it…! It’s called Better Living Through the Svelte Life. It’s about spring allergies and the subjugation of a mystical race of wood nymph-type beings. It’s...

Twice the fish

Last week’s issue of the Portland Mercury featured my friend Krystal modeling on the cover of the Fashion Issue Pullout (I couldn’t find the photo, so here’s a link to an article she wrote/starred ...

Surf flick screenings

For those in Portland. Not enough people are taking advantage of these great free showings at Verite. The place is comfy and cool. Tonight I watched Manhattan, and the place was filled with me, a f...

Find Meltron

Please, I need your positive vibes. My parents have been taking care of my dear cat Meltron, and today they disclosed to me that he’s been missing for a few days. They hadn’t wanted to tell me, but...

Free money

I did really well yesterday in the finding-money-on-the-ground-front. First I was walking across the Skidmore bridge, staring at whatever was passing me on the ground, and I spotted, all shiny exce...

N36

My new favorite webzine, Reality TV Magazine, has posted about ABC announcing a new totally rad upcoming show: National Bingo Night. Accordingly: “National Bingo Night” is a high-energy, truly...

Theory and Analysis of Puddles

My h’mate C had to do a place review–reviews of things not often reviewed–for an art class. She did an in depth analysis of puddles around Portland. All of the assignments are posted on Urban Honki...

Kiss my pedestrian not at all irish ass

St. Pat’s Day saw us seeing a stellar Pogues cover band, Kiss My Royal Irish Ass. J.r.d. was visiting. We drank stout and french fries, walked there and then walked out on the first band to play pi...

Analysts Respooled

There’s this recent Talk O’ The Town piece by Adam Green, it’s called Analysts Unspooled, and it documents therapists conferring to converse about how Hollywood depicts their trade. It centers arou...

Founded 2005. Over the years I've posted writing, comics, ringtones, and stuff about maps, bikes, programming, pinball. And I had a robust music blog mostly about '90s hardcore punk (category = music).