It's all around you, like smog. This train isn't bound for glory.
Background by Deak Ferrand, who pwnz.
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One night, I dreamed (in the context of a longer dream) of cats, with rats growing out of them like tumors, toward their hindquarters. The rats in turn had circular reddish membranes on their sides - one on each side of the ribcage, more or less. These were glassy, damp, and pulsing. One assoc . . . (More)
Apparently I think and speak more lucidly in dreams than in "real" life. In the dream , I was talking with a composite character, I think based on Facebook "friends" I chose because I am their fanboy, and on people I have actually known - an avuncular bohemian elder statesman. There had been . . . (More)
The diminutive servants prefer not to reveal their names to the public, but are desperate to warn the people about the menacing monster known currently as Brian Harold May Unlike many, I don't simply ignore or dismiss the crazy; I appreciate them for their rarefied art of living. They are . . . (More)
UPDATE: I realized I was remiss in not pointing out the official Roky Erickson site; hope that helps.I have substantive posts to make - acres of drafts... But THIS is too important to skip: And here is some further Rokiana: Texas is some sort of weirdness breeder . . . (More)
US bond issues rose today in global markets, on the release of quarterly metrics showing reduced consumer spending and a sharp drop in new construction, timber harvesting, and mineral development, generally regarded by market pundits as signs of a sober and robust economic climate. US . . . (More)
I am told that insisting on talking about your dreams means that you are tedious. I suppose I am comfortable with that. At the time, this one felt like a shocking re-acquaintance with my former articles of faith. Now, it mostly strikes me as funny. Or: "...I used to be disgusted and now I . . . (More)
Leviathan is a remarkable comic strip by Peter Blegvad, who you should (but don't) know from Slapp Happy, a loosely "progressive" band who collaborated with Henry Cow for a period and had their own interesting career. Regardless of pedigree, this is superior stuff; check it out. . . . (More)
There may actually be nothing more persistently compelling than Shane Watson's various endeavors on these here tubes. His whole Oeuvre is almost like an ARG whose goal turns out to be finding the meaning of life. Or, perhaps, he's simply a tremendous artist pioneering a new art form previou . . . (More)