Tuesday, April 11, 2006


Q: What do you mean, you might be going away again?

A: Well, I'd like to see my nephew, if that's alright with you. So... as long as it's not a problem with Mike and Michelle, I might be driving up to Columbus tomorrow and staying there through Friday.

Q: But you just got back online!

A: Well, why don't you just cry about it, saddlebags?

Q: Er, OK. Take pictures. What else is going on... tell us more about the move!

A: I'll take pictures. But with respect to the move, there's nothing much to tell, really. A move's a move, you know? Hopefully, you'll come over to the new place and check it out soon.

Q: I've been meaning to ask you... how come you haven't featured any rodeo-related news lately?

A: Isn't it obvious? It's because ESPN alumnus Brett Haber hadn't gone to the rodeo until very recently.

Q: Ah. Looks like he's going to have some free time on his hands, huh?

A: Yup. I hope he knows about this tip for his jet ride home.

Q: Whatever. Tell me, has there been anything new on the Snakes on a Plane front?

A: Plenty. Check out "Snakes on a Blog," over there on the right. I will point you to this little essay in the meantime, however... funny stuff. Beware of spoilers, though.

Q: Hey, did you see that whole Harry thing?

A: What, you mean this?

Q: No, not Prince Harry... Harry Taylor.

A: Of course I did. Have you seen the "fan sites"?

Q: I hadn't. God bless him.

A: Yeah... on that godly note, a completely awkward segue into the completely not safe for work world of Wonder Showzen. When you get home, please check out the "Beat Kids" segment of "Li'l Dead Pope."

But not until you get home. I don't want to get you fired, like Brett Haber.

And while we're on the subject, here's something else you probably shouldn't check out at work, unless you turn the sound down all nice and quiet-- Reservoir Dogs, re-enacted in 30 seconds, by bunnies.

Q: Awesome.

A: Yep. But not as awesome as this story, written by one of the biggest Blur fans in the world (he's on the left), or something like that. Especially on the heels of Damon (he's on the right) announcing that the end is near for Gorillaz... it becomes incredibly poignant.

Q: No it doesn't.

A: No, it doesn't.

Q: Promise to write if you go away?

A: If you're good. But it's hard to type when you've got a baby in your lap.

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