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Saturday, June 05, 2010

This is very old news to many of you, but bears remembering.  As reported by John Herman, in Gizmodo a plucky chiropteran, weary of the cycle of samsara, mounted upon the space shuttle, and blasted off into parts unknown.  As Herman puts it: Bereft of his ability to fly and with nowhere t . . . ()


Posted at 1:38 pm by Jeremiadist
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Monday, March 15, 2010

  Dear Coilhouse: I hate you forever for finding this guy before I did, and for coming up with a perfectly pithy post through which to transmit him to a waiting world.  How is it that you always find the cool stuff first?  Do you have an army of cool-detection robots?  Do you have terminally h . . . ()


Posted at 3:30 pm by Jeremiadist
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Sunday, November 22, 2009

  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 . . . ()


Posted at 11:27 am by Jeremiadist
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Wednesday, September 03, 2008

  UPDATE:  Here's another relevant link.Giants walked the Earth in those days; what can I say?  He lived in San Diego's Ocean Beach - "OB" to the cognoscenti.   He was a talented musician and artist, (even after he became blind) and he was from Outer Space.  There were certain . . . ()


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