That's not what the Death card means

post 37
written 2005-11-02 13:07:00

Oh, Morgan Spurlock's show "30 Days" (on one of those cable channels I don't have) is pretty good.

The uncompleted * reference from the last post should have been followed by a footnote reading, "It's not as funny as it used to be." That may be a fallacious or simply impractical argument, since if I wanted to, I could judge the last 25 years of SNL on the standard set by Radner, Belushi, Chase, Ackroyd. And is that really fair? I ask you.

I wasn't Zombie William Rehnquist for Halloween. I was Local Student With Candy Whose House All The Trick Or Treaters Ignore Out Of A Mistaken Belief That All College Students (Undergrad and Graduate) Don't Participate In The Giving Part Of American Halloween Tradition. I'm told it was a fairly believeable costume. I think it was pretty original, m'self.

Anyone wishing to see additional content here at the page should e-mail the webministrator. (Me.) For example, I'm listening to Belle and Sebastian, "The State That I Am In," right now. It's from Tigermilk. Do you care? Do you want to know what I had for lunch? Your feedback is an important part of our operations here at

Not really. Fine. You got me. But I'm interested anyway.

Happy All Souls Day, y'all.

11.02.05, 1:07 PM, EST, Ada, Ohio, Did you think I was going to miss the switch from Daylight to Standard Time? You did, didn't you?

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