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Monthly Archives: January 2013

Braainnsssssss

A day later than usual thanks to the oddness that was Tuesday – A day which, by the way, has completely thrown off my internal clock for the entire week. Yesterday simultaneously felt like Tuesday and Thursday, and today feels … Continue reading

January 31, 2013 Writingthoughts

Your Eyes Are Getting Heavy…

From the Guardian’s Photo Blog: Street art: pedestrians walk past an office building with a decorative light display in the City of London, on a windy day in the capital. Photograph: Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP Clearly, someone is trying to hypnotize Londoners … Continue reading

It Never Rains But

The odd flip of yesterday, today was insanely busy workwise, with the various delays of yesterday turning into a crush of thingtodo today; at one point, I was writing two articles, rewriting another and being taught about the back-end stuff … Continue reading

January 30, 2013 Writingthoughts

In Which I Realize All Too Late That I Should’ve Done That Drawing In Color

No Time link for today, because it’s not going up until later this week, so instead, you get this link to my second (of two) drawings I did for Dylan Todd last week. Those who do not understand Jaxxon… Well, … Continue reading

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I’ve Got A Healthy Feeling, A Sleepy Feeling

The other day, I tweeted something to the effect of “Gorillaz started with Blur’s ‘Cowboy Song’ in 1998,” in response to the marvelous Jeff Parker suggesting that the roots of Damon Albarn’s magical merry-go-round of a supergroup could be found … Continue reading

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I See Rainbows In The Evening

From the Guardian’s Photo Blog: A man fishes near a temple beside a river on a heavy hazy day in Beijing’s Gaobeidian village, China. Beijing has temporarily shut down over a hundred heavily polluting factories to combat danger levels of … Continue reading

Grindhouse

Man, I’m not sure today could have gone stranger if someone had tried to make it that way. Without going too much into work-related detail, it was one of those days when things didn’t go anywhere close to plan, with … Continue reading

January 29, 2013 Writingthoughts

You’ll Keep Your Doors and Windows Shut And Swear You’ll Never Show A Soul Again But

From the Guardian’s Photo Blog: A derelict house sits alone in a once-thriving neighbourhood in east-side Detroit, Michigan. The story of the city’s decline has become a symbol of America’s recent economic troubles. Photograph: Rebecca Cook/Reuters What really gets me … Continue reading

“Super-Detective of The Nether World”

Fero, Planet Detective: In his first appearance, Fero is described as a scientist of the occult, a super-detective of the nether world, who is the one man who can thwart the evil doings of vampires and werewolves that have invaded … Continue reading

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GPOY

From the Guardian’s Photo Blog:   A squirrel gnaws an acorn in a snowy park in the Kyrgyzstan’s capital, Bishkek. Photograph: Vyacheslav Oseledko/AFP/Getty Images   In Russia, nuts eat squirrels.