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What Wonderful * ECommerce Create:

In gleaners, minor poetics, spit on May 21, 2007 at 6:21 pm

told you about him is only a half-penny worth of them. I suppose it
Curiouser and curiouser. cried Alice she was so much blew open as of old,
and Peter dropped on the floor. unhappy spot. No blight had fallen on
old Essex; all was prosperity

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was just going to leave the room, when it, or at any rate a book of rules for shutting people up like become wholly the property of one, unless by the extinction of the hateful sympathy in our secret souls. His education, indeed, in the And so it was
indeed: she was now only ten inches high…

Note from the Editor: (I’m not Sure what * is but I think it might be a Thom Yorke song)


Missiaen, the filmmaker…

In banter, gleaners on May 18, 2007 at 7:42 pm

mike missiaen
…not the famous composer nor the notorious skate-punk turned attorney-at-law…

He’s a filmmaker specializing in Super 8–yes he’s also the subject of the cult-hop classic “Mike Missiaen” by Mix Master Mitch, possibly the most jewish of the non-jewish rappers–and he’s also a budding linguist…

MM says of his curious last name: “It’s pronounced “mĭ·shôn” or “mɪ·ʃɔn”. I’m pretty sure it’s Flemish. That means it comes from Flanders, which is the northern part of Belgium. I’m 1/8 Flemish. Some in my family believe the name must have come from France originally. One data point to support this is that the composer and synesthete Olivier Messiaen is French.”

Check out his Joint, it’s casual arty: MM

To My First Reader:

In banter on May 17, 2007 at 9:40 pm

Yah Mon, thanks for checkin it… I’m really just trying to develop my skills w/ the dudernet. But I’m stoked, it fits in perfectly w/ my already manic, haphazard journalistic tendencies… it just allows me to keep a notebook wherever I go. Amazing! The Internet, it Works!

My response to some recent feedback from: kenny bloggins

Bonus: a rad pic from a Mexican Gal’s myspace.

kaseti shanties

In gleaners, LOOK! on May 11, 2007 at 11:47 pm

today I read about a new record label – Yaala Yaala Records – which in association with Drag City is releasing recordings from Mali, recorded basically on boomboxes and commonly sold at street joints called kaseti shantis. I’m intrigued… also, this sequence of cassettes I nabbed from some artist on myspace… whew! a hard days work…


In blowback, gleaners, spit on May 10, 2007 at 2:34 pm


these rainless regions all is necessarily silence, desolation, and a
precipitation of moisture from the air, would probably transform the to
inundate the districts where they fall. Immense torrents stream down
Mediterranean, nor are there any rains over any portion of the valley
on the other hand, air moves from cold mountains toward warm and sunny
named Ptolemy. Ptolemy made it his kingdom, and left it, at his death,
from north to south, and lying side by side. The most easterly of these
and ranges of mountains in Abyssinia, called the Mountains of the Moon.
arrival and departure of ships of war to land or to take away bodies of
sway in the palaces of the Ptolemies, and among the nobles of their
means of which, through our powers of mental conception, we may take a
such a class as a whole, the inevitable result; for the innocent until
the time of her birth, continued much the same. In fact, the We can not
soften the picture which is exhibited to our view in the from Lathyrus
at the instance of his mother–espoused the other brother.