Monthly Archives: November 2004

Buy the Book

Remember that children’s book with the guy who sold hats? “Hats for sale,” he would cry. This is like that, but with a few books that fit neither my apartment nor the rest of me, these days. Continue reading

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Excess of Evil

In which the silver lining is … oh, wait, sorry, that was just something on the ground. There isn’t a silver lining. Never mind. Continue reading

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NEWSFLASH: Someone Will Win!

Now we’re getting to the nail-biting stage. I’m not very connected in politics, but I’ve heard some starts-with-a-K mutterings and closet exuberance here and there, from places I can’t source or sources that I have no idea what they’re talking … Continue reading

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This Election Has Performed an Illegal Operation and Will Shut Down

I totally trust my vote to an electronic voting machine that has been proven inaccurate. Yep. Sure do. I am also 40 feet tall and bright green. Bet you didn’t know that about me. Continue reading

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The Partisan Lonely Hunter

I voted. That’s what we do, on Election Day. I voted for Democrats. That’s what we do, in New York. Continue reading

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Ecce Manny

The Guard Shack — not to be confused with the Love Shack — is a crucible of cultural dissent, and King Kong Bundy conquers all. Continue reading

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