Friday, December 29, 2006

Speaking of Precious Oddily Bfluids

Rippermorph: This is eerie.

And congrats on the hanging! The Old Man finally fell down the oil well. As Thod told me, they say they come in threes. I think she means deaths seem to come in three-thousand. Or sets of 30,000.

Goodbye cruel world!


A Bar in Itaewon

This is before Ada got sick from drinking too much and the four of us, along with Steve, spent an enchanted, sleepless night in a Jimjaebang because we didn't know where to take her because we don't know where she lives.

Friday, December 22, 2006

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

How I spend my days

People were asking about my life in Korea. This picture sums it up:

Saturday, December 16, 2006

Congrats are in order

To my buddy Jason: he has won the Transcontinental Pavement Saw Press first book award. I didn't even know he wrote a book--well, he did. (Apparently, for poets, a book is just a bunch of poems.) Anyhow, despite the fact that he can't spell worth a damn he's a hell of poet and I'm really happy for him. Hence I have google-imaged a series of congratulatory pictures.

Friday, December 15, 2006

Klaus Socksi!

Thursday, December 14, 2006

Pinochet A-Okay

Murderers is US!

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Pamela versus Werner

Not sure who would win. I have yet to see the Borat movie, but I'm going to go look for it--word is it has made it to Korea. In the mean time we have Pamela:

You won't find my new release at your local cinema. My latest project is "Kentucky Fried Cruelty," an undercover exposé blowing the whistle on the cruel treatment of animals at KFC's factory farm and slaughterhouse suppliers. The video details just how horribly KFC treats chickens—birds are so crippled that theycan't even walk, live birds are forced into tanks of scalding-hot water while
completely conscious and able to feel pain, and Moorefield, West Virginia slaughterhouse
workers kill birds by slamming them against the wall and stomping on them!

and then we have Werner:

Norman Hill: Why this interest in chickens? They are in several of your films...
Werner Herzog: They are very frightening for me because their stupidity is so
flat. When you look into the eyes of a chicken you lose yourself in a completely
flat, frightening stupidity. They are a great metaphor...for me..for I don't
what it is. They reappear in several of my films. Even Dwarves Started Small.
Cannibalistic chicken. One-legged chicken. A rooster being hypnotized and on and
on and on. NH: (Laughs.) And the famous dancing chicken in Stroszek. WH:
(Laughs.) Right. That is some of the best I've ever filmed. So I don't know. I
kind of love chicken but they frighten me more than any other animal I know.

More Chick-N-Mation here. (Highly recommended.)

Explaining my last few posts

There is no explanation. I explain things all damn day long and I don't want to explain.

Play a ski game here.

Monday, December 11, 2006

Murderers are Us

Read away fellow murderers!

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Closer to God: Just one more day part II

Last night I had a crazy dream
A wish was granted just for me,
It could be for anything
I didn't ask for money
Or a mansion in malibu
I simply wished, for one more day with you


One more day
One more time
One more sunset, maybe I'd be satisfied
But then again
I know what it would do
Leave me wishing still, for one more day with you

First thing I'd do, is pray for time to crawl
Then I'd unplug the telephone
And keep the tv off
I'd hold you every second
Say a million I love you's
That's what I'd do. With one more day with you


Leave me wishing still for one more day
Leave me wishing still for one more day

by diamond rio

Saturday, December 02, 2006

Oh God! Just one more day!

Michael Moore: Hermaphrodite?

A simultaneous hermaphrodite (or synchronous hermaphrodite) is an organism that has both male and female organs at the same time as an adult. Usually, self-fertilization does not occur.

Hamlets, unlike other fish, seem quite at ease mating in front of divers, allowing observations in the wild to occur readily. They do not practice self-fertilization, but when they find a mate, the pair takes turns between which one acts as the male and which acts as the female through multiple matings, usually over the course of several nights.
Earthworms are another example of synchronous hermaphrodite. Although they possess ovaries and testes, they have a protective mechanism against self fertilization and can only function as a single sex at one time. reproduction occurs when two worms meet and exchange tes, copulating on damp, wet nights during warm seasons. Fertilized eggs are protected by a cocoon, which is buried on or near the surface of the ground.
Banana Slugs are one more synchornous hermaphrodite example. Mating with a partner is most desirable, as the genetic material of the offspring is varied, but if mating with a partner is not possible, self-fertilization is practiced. The male part of an adult banana slug is quite large in proportion to its size, as well as compared to the female part. It is possible that while mating, banana slugs can get stuck together. If a substantial amount of wiggling doesn't do the trick, the slug's male part will be bit off (slugs do not have mouths like humans, though - rather, they have a radula). If a banana slug has lost its male member, it can still self-fertilize, making its hermaphroditic quality an invaluable adaptation.


Hey, I know these people.