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Thursday, November 25, 2004  

A Holiday Thought


You can't outsmart the insane.

11:32 PM

Tuesday, November 23, 2004
 

Can a Minor Get a Table Dance?


Dude of the day, no question.

(via Drudge, who did no such thing at 13. Or 31)

1:56 PM

Monday, November 22, 2004
 

And Kentucky Is the Kingdom of Yucks


It's possible that Louis Bayard's novel Endangered Species is funny, well written, and worth reading, but you couldn't convince me of that on the strength of this back cover blurb:

In his witty and beautifully written novels, Louis Bayard is establishing Washington, D.C., as the District of Comedy.
--Bob Smith, author of Way to Go, Smith and Openly Bob

4:04 PM

Sunday, November 21, 2004
 

Ars Brevis, Back-Impedimenta Longa


I have to think that the shamefully unambitious thief who stole my beat-to-hell Banana Republic khaki backpack (a gift of many Christmases past), which I left in the car last night for no good reason, was disappointed with his haul. Two books, two CD's, a bunch of bike tools, and a couple spare bike tubes.

The books:
New American Review #9 (1970)
The Celibate, a novel by Michael Arditti

The records :
Roni Size New Forms
Some four disc Best of House Music box set.

I'm most distressed by the New American Review #9. It contained a novella by Alfred Chester called The Foot, which I'd never heard of before and was very much looking forward to reading. And by the house music set, as I'd only heard the first disc and very much enjoyed that.

I'm sure the books and the bag, and very possibly the CD's, were thrown in an alley somewhere in the vicinity by one pissed-off crackhead. Semi-sweet.

That backpack could tell some stories. Farewell, my dusky companion.

Alfred Chester could tell some stories, too. Now that I know of its existence, I shall seek again The Foot to find.


8:24 PM