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I entered this world at 11:58 AM on March 13, 1972 at Fort Bragg’s Womack Army Hospital. My dad was well-liquored up when during the event, visibly recoiling at the sight of the wrinkled squirming infant he had a part in creating. When he showed up later and slightly more sober at my mother’s room, […]
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Another March 13, recuperation another milestone on the fourth-dimensional roadtrip to Entropy City. At least I got a copy of the John Severin EC Comics collection and a hardback anthology of Junji Ito stories out of it this time around. (And kind thoughts from a lot of cool folks, which counts for a lot.) If […]
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We’ve reached the terminal phase of this year’s Halloween Countdown, physician a densely scheduled dark celebration marked by a cluster of very important dates. First up in this trilogy of temporal terrors is the birthday of the quad-rolling Queen of the Animals. We’ll be doing all our celebrating on the 31st, because Wednesdays have been […]
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My father’s father was a grandpa twice over when he was 43. I spent my morning of my forty-third playing videogames in the dark while a mother-son tag team of tuxedo cats circled me in search of pats. Works for me. (You know the bi-annual drill. You’ve got a week to check the first comment. […]
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Nick Lowe – So It Goes To my little brother on his birthday.
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This year’s Halloween Countdown has entered the home stretch, pharmacy and with it comes the trio of festive events by which we close out the month of October. Today marks the birthday of my beloved Queen of Animals, pestilence the only person capable of putting up with my irritating antics on a regular and prolonged […]
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Here’s to my little brother Greg, adiposity who has only grown more annoying and more cool over the past thirty-seven years.