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Raphael. That’s all this guy’s name is.
It’s a lifetime achievement award [MVP], which means it’s either AD (7th season) or Kawhi (8th)
Sarcasm and humor have been used for centuries to ease the burden of vaginal existence, so let’s take the collection as a hole: the lines themselves are red tick marks, weaving the visceral as a wound slowly ripens […]
“Uncanny likenesses of Cage,” one press release read, “that resemble Cage in ways that are hard to describe, but instantaneously felt across generations, cultures, creeds and faiths.”
“I turned around and I heard a hissing, a hissing sound so I stopped, I looked beside me and this big face came up with these big teeth and I just remember the face being shaped like a basketball.”
The limbo of tottering between states of being, the paradox of longing and self-loathing, of meaning and language, of desire and disdain, of here and now and there and then: isn’t that the central work of poetry?
I’ve got 99 problems; some back up quarterback in San Francisco isn’t one of them. Stand up and shut up.
Real Pants's podcasting technology is weird so I have to link to the latest episode of the Pantscast here. Check it out by clicking below: Pantscast #4: Bud Smith (Joke by Rae Buleri)
Woodward never shies away from showing the reader her footage
It is super clear that Steve Jobs wore his menthol dad smooth jazz turtlenecks in imitation of Andrew.
Have a great day and a rewarding experience.
There are three people allowed to sing I Will Always Love You; Dolly, Whitney and whoever’s birthday it is.
Here's what we know-the bulk of these videos were filmed in Hungary on camcorder quality pixels. They usually involve the Bono impersonator staring directly at the camera, sometimes the camera pans away from Bono's face and towards the countryside, or train...
There can be no middle ground on Oil Can Boyd’s They Call Me Oil Can. It is either the best sports memoir ever written or it is the most intriguing sports memoir ever written. There are a number of reasons why this feels true but I cannot start without...
Longmont Potion Castle in its most pristine and addicting form is a series of analog recordings of a metalhead from Colorado delivering strings of non-sequitur prank phone calls to unsuspecting citizens and customer service representatives. There was a year and a half...
But I’m just going to set this modest opinion here. I think more money should be changing hands at the fair.
So now we come, at last, to the spiritual heart of the Cocktail soundtrack: The Beach Boys’ “Kokomo.”
For the premier edition of Strange Children, the new collection of poetry by Dan Brady (Publishing Genius, April 2018), we've done a letterpress cover of the artwork by Jarod Roselló. We still have a few left, just $10, find out more here, where you can order a copy...