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2010nov16.
I #8217;m expecting company so we #8217;ll have to do Friday a few days early. This means
that Wednesday is Saturday; dress/plan accordingly.
The Big Picture: Lairs of the
Elderly
These. Are. Awesome. I need to find a subdivision I saw by air flying
over Las Vegas in which a tight core of mega-megamansions were ringed by
successive halos of lesser-megamansions.
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a few more photos taken.
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Parade,
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Comic. Three Word Phrase: Lobster |
Superfun
How ya doin #8217; how ya doin #8217; how ya
doin #8217;.
Great, great, you #8217;re a great crowd. Hey! Hey! Have you heard about the one about
the man who traveled on an airline and got peanuts? Hey! Thank you thank #8211;
what? I just got on!
The most expensive mistake you #8217;ve ever
made.
[via waxy.org]
Tom Sachs: photos of studio |
biography |
Nutsy #8217;s (watch videos, especially
the last one, #8220;Nutsy #8217;s McDonald #8217;s #8221;) | A visit to
Nutsy #8217;s
Paris Review interviews: ACHIEVEMENT
UNLOCKED | Kurt
Vonnegut
| Hunter S.
Thompson
Game. Flabby Physics. It #8217;s physics ... but
f l a b b y
Game. Achievement Unlocked
#2. It is from
earlier this year. I hope you achieve something in this game. It is difficult,
the achieving. #8220;Welcome to metagaming hell. #8221;
Video. Coilhouse:
When Does A Dream Become A
Nightmare? Warning: Contains Olson
Twins But That #8217;s The Point. [FX: afterward] Look, I warned you.
Video. Linotype: The Film Trailer. I #8217;ve wanted a
Linotype machine for ten thousand years now. This will have to do in the
meantime. Let #8217;s also watch Typesetting: Linotype
I and Typesetting: Linotype II:
Sweet Redemption. My favorite
part: Rome. I mean, the spaceband.
Video. Natasha Schüll at Gel 2008. An anthropologist
takes a look at the gambling industry, more specifically slot machines. [via a
whole lotta
nothing]
Video. Bagger
288. [via
coilhouse]
Video. David A. Smith, sign artist.
Video: International Lindy Hop Championships Showcase: Max #38;
Annie
[via metafilter]
Music. Cat Power: Nude as the News
(1997)
ul
2010nov09.
2010sep17.
I suppose I should say something about today, a Friday. There.
Miniature video game
cabinets.
New York Magazine: Jon Stewart
profile
Don #8217;t Shit Where You Sleep Chapter XVIII: Gon was Much Cooler Than
Hachiko
Real-life web cookies.
How To Have Sex at Work.
Embedded in this extensive research into the origins of the Tootsie
Roll is a pointer to
the unrealized potential of shredded
wheat.
Things were better back then. Can I get two eggs on my shredded
wheatmass? Thank you.
Two Talking Carls get into a screaming
match.
See also
I am sitting in a room.
Sledgehammer and
Whore
#8220;America, you do not know what you #8217;re missing out on, #8221; I thought as bit down,
hard, into my guilt-free air-dried Elizabeth Hurley organic silverside
beef jerky
snack
An article about an awesomely avoided apple
allergy
1948 Buick
Streamliner
[via monoscope]
The Hot Toddies (Oakland) #8211; Boys on
Bikes
Dub Narcotic Sound System #8211; Fudgy the
Whale
ul
2010sep07.
I visited a festival in the desert last week. Each year it has a completely
superfluous theme that is sometimes used as the basis for art cars, theme camps,
etc. The last time I was there, eleven years ago, the theme was #8220;Two Guys
Sitting on a Bench Eating Sandwiches #8221; so there wasn #8217;t much variation in
artverks. This year was #8220;Metropolis #8221; because Burning Man is turning into its own
little city with its attendant rules and regulations. Some of the changes took
me by surprise; I was expecting to be surrounded by fire on the last day or two,
but that whole #8220;burn the city down #8221; aesthetic got chucked awhile ago now that
the festival has the full and continuous attention of several different levels
of Interested Government Officials because they care. About the cashbox.
If you were at the festival and didn #8217;t stop by you #8217;re a shit, because I warned
you. A. Shit.
Here are some photos, Shitty.
This is an unfinished art car. Later, a bottle of wine, some ants, and etc were
attached to the top but I liked it better like this.
Some of the art cars I never saw #8220;in action. #8221;
A seven+ person bicycle-type vehicle. The gearing system is intense, and/or
insane.
Some vehicles looked slapped together and ready to pitch the entire complement
of passengers into a nearby body of water in a bold and dramatic re-telling of
the 97th Indian ferry disaster.
Overcrowding: your best entertainment value. Well, at least it had mindless
thumping #8220;rave #8221; #8220;music #8221; blaring for all to hear. Not that I can remember, it
could have been Journey or Lionel Richie, or maybe that was another party bus of
partying. That #8217;s right, people still party to Lionel Richie and Journey. It #8217;s
never going to go away as each successive generation stumbles upon the sonic
equivalent of beige carpets. Beigerock.
The angle of this shot reminded me of the TV show #8220;The Beverly Hillbillies. #8221;
One of the best pieces out there. Mesmerizing. City street designs formed into a
large metal globe. Everyone was quiet around this thing, until 17 party rave
buses pulled up next to it playing the gabbercore mash-up of #8220;Hello #8221; and
#8220;Who #8217;s Crying Now? #8221;
Quite possibly the best art car out there this year. Jaunty hat. Style.
Presence. Poise. Poultry.
Hypnowheel will divulge all your secrets and tell you who your perfect mate is.
You could control the wheel with some knobs and such.
I ran after this car to get a shot of it; it snapped me out of my typically slow
acclimatization process. Thank you, wind-up car.
The Minibago. So tiny and perfect. +10 bonus points for putting a map on the
side of the vehicle.
Funny times: A friend asked someone in front of this car to move because I was
trying to take a photo. It was the driver of the car.
You may have noticed another art car behind the peacock. I will talk about this
and various German-themed theme themes at the festival in the near future or not
at all. Stay tuned, or don #8217;t.
2010aug21.
You grew up with crayons. You drew lime-green houses, you melted Crayolas on the
heat register, you traded them for drugs when you got a little bit older. But
now that you #8217;re an adult, you #8217;d like to #8220;recapture #8221; the #8220;magic #8221; of crayons, no,
yes? But there #8217;s something about colorful crayons that is just too kid-like.
What you need is a more #8220;grown-up #8221; crayon. What you need ... is
Staonal #xAE;, the adult-onset crayon. Created in
1900 by Binney #38;
Smith, Staonal crayons look and smell just like their more popular brand,
#8220;Crayola, #8221; but they #8217;re about twice as large and carry with them the
philosophy of a crayon geared toward industry. Staonal is called a
#8220;general marking crayon #8221; on the package and on the paper that surrounds each
crayon, and some reserved type on the side of the box indicates that Staonal
Crayons are #8220;available for many other marking purposes, #8221; which is great because
I thought maybe they had gone on vacation. Also, whereas Crayola Crayons are
available in five billion color combinations including hues outside the visible
light spectrum, Staonal is #8220;Made in Black and Colors. #8221; #8220;Colors #8221; seems to mean
#8220;red #8221; and #8220;seemingly-discontinued-twenty-years-ago yellow. #8221; The listing at the
website #8220;Amazon.com #8221; indicates that Staonal is #8220;Not intended for children #8217;s
coloring purposes. #8221; Keep your filthy hands off my Staonals, you dirty kids! Who
are also rotten!
Staonal. A serious crayon for serious times.
2010jul14.
Hello, suckers! I am going to be attending a desert festival in which a tall
wooden structure in the shape of a man is burned early again. If you are
attending, perhaps you can stop on by with a shower and some decent food, not
like Pop-Tarts and cereal. Do you have a sandwich distillery? I would like to be
your best friend ever. I will provide a map later on in the month so you can
plan your future life with me and what #8217;s left of your perishable edibles
starting with desserts. If you have trouble spotting me gravitate to the guy who
is using a bullhorn to not shut up ever. I will considerately whisper in the
bullhorn in the morning, not like the jackholes jackhammering outside my window
right now at 9am. This is the first time I will be attending this desert
festival in eleven years, so I will make hilarious critical mistakes. Here is my first visit to the
festival which was seventy-bajillion years ago, before anyone was actually born.
2010jun17.
Friday, in Dutch architecture, was traditionally the time to #8220;roll in the harvest #8221; of fried multi-berries. We pause and gather strength each Friday, with this knowledge or not.
Steve Powers at PSFK.
p
Fear of a Free Planet [via Deuce of Clubs]
Guy likes marbles. I gotta say, I made a little squeaking noise when the wife mentioned that tiny strips of paper were glued onto the marbles. You #8217;re racing them, my friend. [via metafilter].
Mark Twain tells all. Finally, dude takes forever to come out with a new book. #8220;It really is 400 pages of bile. #8221;
The Total Perspective Vortex. I couldn #8217;t understand how some of you people are making it day-to-day but now I get it #8211; you #8217;re delusional. Get away from me, addled cheeries! Addled Cheeries is part of this complete breakfast [FX: motions sweeping-armingly to one square acre of breakfast goods including pancake-enrobed bacon and pancake-enrobed cheesecake]
Street art: Stop Pop #38; Roll
Tim #38; Eric: My uke falls on my laptop
Pictures for Sad Children: Goes Big
Mayflower Moving rips off Royal Deluxe
Banquet Frozen Dinners commercial. I need to explain this for future generations. At one time, we bought our food from companies. If we wanted four different types of food at the same time, instead of buying each food from a different company, we would buy all four foods from one company combined in one package. The value of a #8220;dollar #8221; (I #8217;ll explain later) kept cratering #8211; we had to work harder and harder for less and less dollar value so we bought food of decreasing quality from larger and larger companies. The food would be placed on a metal tray #8211; like those you see in prisons #8211; and then heated. Then we would sit in front of an image-generating device and think of novel ways to kill our boss. Sometimes, the images presented would correspond to the very metal-cupped food we were eating in an attempt to get us to purchase more metal tray food. I don #8217;t think we noticed, really.
Jim Henson #8217;s ads for Wilkins Coffee.
Mars!
Archive: You Make Me Feel.
Pussy Cat: Aucune Fille Au Monde
Mi Ami: Latin Lover
Tsegue Maryam Guebrou: Homeless Wanderer
ul
2010jun11.
Mail.
Hi,
I just wanted to say how much I really appreciated your
#8220;Shipping/Moving Your Stuff: A Consideration of Options That All Suck #8221;
article, since I am moving across country soon and found reassurance
that throwing my stuff out will be beneficial and refreshing. Too bad I
don #8217;t have any time period furniture. How much pizza will it take you
to help one move from Ohio to Colorado? Just wondering.
Thanks,
Caryn
Let #8217;s get the most #8220;bang #8221; for our #8220;buck #8221; and go with Little Caesar #8217;s
Pizza. Now, when I was a wee lad, I was taken to one of the first few
Little Caesar #8217;s several times. They had a Plexiglas #xAE;
window through which you could see actual pizza tossers actually
tossing pizza. Your table #8211; it was a restaurant #8211; had a real cloth
tablecloth on the table. They played Laurel #38; Hardy movies on real
goddamn movie reels because the VCR was all like gasping and shit
#8220;invent me ... INVENT me ... try porn first, that #8217;ll hook #8216;em ... #8220;
This was the beginning of the end of chainfood that had a remote sense of dignity, right there.
Now, you go into a well-lit Little Caesar #8217;s and one of their teenage
box-folding ro-bots will magically take a pre-finished pizza out of a
sterilized holding cube and that will be $5.52, please. For a large.
Given that number (finally), I can see that actually assisting you in
your OHCO move will cost you approximately 81.521 pizzas. But you
will have to send the money to me first #8211; then I will buy the pizzas
WITH THAT MONEY, after which I will buy a plane ticket OUT OF MY OWN
POCKET and come and help you. But I promise the pizzas will be
purchased and they will be DELICIOUS!
Im trying to locate vendors for indian fry bread and funnal cake in
the phoenix az area can you help with contact info. thanks. chris.
If anyone has this information, please contact me.
Amazon.com would like to carry all your candy products immediately. Please contact me to pursue this opportunity.
Amazon.com is confused.
hello
thank you for this algorithm
we are an IT graduate and we have an image processing project which requires conversion from raster to vector using java.
we didn #8217;t really understood the language of your code, so could you please write it in java and we appreciate any help.
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HAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAH #8220;Thank you ... now re-do it. #8221; Yes, your royal completely highness.
Let me take you (all of you?) to the school of #8220;hard knocks. #8221; Your lack of
understanding? That #8217;s your problem, not mine. Your job --
if you want to use my example #8211; is to understand it. It #8217;s practically
written in pseudocode, if you can wheel around in Java you should be
able to devote a few brain cells to figuring it out.
Also, Java is a dead donkey in a desert which is just a skeleton
covered by sand. Java = donkey skeleton. Do you hear the howling,
unforgiving desert wind? It makes a whistly noise. Oooh, tumbleweed.
Fix my car,
J.
The gelatin in the ingredients, is it from a pork or beef source?
Sure.
Get your spam even bei YouTube, as video answering.
Just ONE such; #8220;I can do that my own, too. #8221;
Don #8217;t ask me about that kinds in this town,
it #8217;s annoying. : #8217;D
God ... totally.
are you a computer answering me ?:S
YES
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DUMB
EOF
2010may21.
Friday is something-something something. Please use Friday responsibly.
Games of Nonchalance. Well, I don #8217;t know, give it a whirl. Take it around the block.
p
Portal is free
until May 24th. I would have told you last week but I think that #8217;s when
you were on the playground, welding inscrutable sculptures to the
merry-go-round. #8220;Art should have fun too, #8221; you said.
Goodbye, Foom: Button Problem
Atomic testing
Pennsylvania tax commercial
Problem child transportation cube.
Deuce of Clubs: Interview with Brian Doherty
Animal Review: Nutria.
Wait, back up, there was a sky tram and double waterfall at Sutro Baths?
The Big Lebowski on a bowling pin
I have Zebra Finch Wad #8217;s first seven-inch.
ul
2010apr30.
Spots Unknown: Possibly The Best Use Of San Francisco In A Film
Ever. Sutro Baths alert.
Emmet Otter #8217;s Jug Band Christmas Bloopers. Drum. [via metafilter]
Sean Tejaratchi speaks of the conditions that led to Craphound magazine. [24 min]
Death of #8220;Caveman #8221; ends an era in Idaho
Grocery Eats. The man does not think highly of the sub sandwich.
Can #8217;t You See
Onion: Everyone Still Remembers Time You Threw Up In 5th Grade.
At my ten-year reunion, a group of five of us were talking and one guy
said, #8220;hey, do you remember the kid that did x in the
seventh grade? [general laughter] #8221; Oh I joined in,
brother. I joined in. Yeah, that
x. That was a hoot. Who was that guy. Who was he.
The Intern Experiment.
I would totally do this. On either side of the equation. I mean, if I
had a room/board to provide. Do I? [FX: checking
noises] No. I do not.
Astoria Scum River Bridge.
Phantograph: As Far As I Can See, When I #8217;m Small.
Ben Hughes: Sack. Sack.
Andalou et Miriam: Sabali.
Naked Raygun: Bananacuda. As I mentioned before, this is the greatest guitar solo in the history of the universe ever and forever.
Sifl #38; Olly: United States of Whatever. Some days I need this on infinite repeat.
ul
2010apr02.
I don #8217;t think #8220;Yahoo Finance #8221; covered enough job interview mistakes so here are fifty more worster worstings.
51. Forgetting pants.
52. Remembering pants.
53. Asking interviewer for a delicious malted milkshake, #8220;and don #8217;t skimp on the malt, Charlie, #8221; followed by a complicated physical send-off, like Pinky Tuscadero in the hit TV show #8220;Happy Days. #8221;
54. Secretly peeing behind shelves and/or filing cabinets. They #8217;ll find out, trust me. There will be plenty of opportunities to mark territory once you land the position.
55. Foot binding. You, them, anyone. It is no longer practiced as of 1997 Q3.
56. Couch fort in reception area. It may seem safer, but it is a mind ruse, a self-delusion.
57. Offering sexual congress in exchange for employment, unless interviewer makes overt gestures to same. Be alert for exaggerated winking, finger-in-fingerhole pantomime, panting.
58. Not immediately answering the first conversational exchange with the following standard reply: #8220;Okay, I KNOW this. Larry and Adam go over first #8211; that #8217;s two minutes, right? Bring Adam back, that #8217;s another minute. Now we #8217;re at three. Bono takes time off from saving Africa and goes over with The Edge, that #8217;s ten minutes, so now we #8217;re at thirteen total. Larry ditches the clods, that #8217;s two minutes, total fifteen. Now Adam and Larry go back over, that #8217;s seventeen total minutes. And scene. #8221; Practice with flash cards.
59. Making too little eye contact; making too much eye contact; touching your own eyeballs; pressing your eyeballs against the interviewer #8217;s eyeballs; touching the interviewer #8217;s eyeballs while expressing a deep admiration for said eyeballs; opening up your briefcase to reveal rows of exquisite glass eyes mounted on a backing board covered with rich, luxurious black velvet; offering a trade.
60. Reading a comic book hidden by a pornographic magazine hidden by a contemporary novel, say the lusty delights of Rabbit is Rich by John Updike.
61. Describing your former porn career in excruciating detail; not describing your former porn career fully.
62-100. Seeming too casual; seeming too rehearsed; seeming not casual enough; seeming not rehearsed enough. Your elbow: there. Not there! Cross your legs! Don #8217;t cross them! Up! Down! Assume the position! Sweat a little, no, that #8217;s TOO MUCH! Your crotch itches, now what NOW WHAT. Scratch it ... discreetly ... not that discreetly! NO NOT THAT OPENLY!!! The interviewer begins to call security, but you reach over and hang up the phone! Now you #8217;re got their attention! Run over, lock the door! No one gets in or out, see? Now how about that job. How about that job. [FX: blissfully itch crotch]
2010apr02.
Friday. You will face many Fridays in your life. My job? Turn them
into dainty chocolates. #8220;Oh, hello! #8221; That #8217;s you, talking to the
chocolates. Because they #8217;re so fucking dainty.
Record letter.
A letter that is a record. A record that transmits sound, not a record
that you would file in a filing cabinet. Though you could file a
sound-recording record. In the end, it #8217;s your decision.
p
Pierre Hermé’s Jour du Macaron.
In these economic times, Racing to get eight free macarons to acquire
35 additional free macarons makes fiscal/gastronomical sense.
#8220;Macarons. #8221; Macarons.
Ryan Frank #8217;s Hackney Shelf.
Ricardo the goose drinks from a water bucket.
Here is an
article
about
a song called #8220;Tik Tok. #8221;
I Am Not An Artist: An Animated GIF Paranoia About Non-Stop Design Workers. This is one of three or four sites on the web.
Ben Folds does ChatRoulette in concert in tribute to ChatRoulette piano player Merton. Photos [via waxy and metafilter]
Dew-covered insects.
Imagine waking up every day and having to deal with giant spheres of
water attached to your body. God. Life.
Facadeprinter.
Shatner. This is an interview in GQ magazine that is essential.
ul
2010mar22.
2010mar19.
Friday. Get used to it, it keeps coming over and over. There #8217;s nothing anyone can do. Don #8217;t try to be a hero.
Body Shop Comics
p
Sushi Cat game. Pachinko-type with cut scenes. A lot of work went into this. The cat enjoys sushi.
Craig Ferguson interviews Stephen Fry
[1
2
3
4
5]. No audience.
Reason: Weaponizing Mozart. Oh Britain. Look at what you have done. I #8217;m sure we #8217;ll catch up. We need to trade oppressive ideers, is what. We have tasers here. Do you have tasers? Sometimes they don #8217;t kill people, that #8217;s why they #8217;re called #8220;non-lethal. #8221;
Pictures for Sad Children: Guest Comic KC Green
Ok Go: This Too Shall Pass. The Way Things Go-type with no cut scenes. A lot of work went into this. The men enjoy paint.
A chronological list of CIA-backed atrocities. Part of the irreverent carefree breezy wheezytime here at Friday Freeday. This entry was prompted by this photo of Patrice Lumumba. I can never keep all of these coups straight in my head. Nous ne sommes plus vos macaques! Indeed.
The State Protects You Volume [number redacted]: CIA doses the hell out of a French bakery [via boingboing]
The fish ties itself in a knot. HAGFISH! I raise my glass to you, hagfish.
Mayo Clinic command performance.
Everybody get on board the audio train. [via metafilter]
Newswipe season 2 episode 3 | 4 | 5 | 6. Only time for one? Attack episode 6 which is a summary of the season.
ul
2010mar14.
One thing that e-jackholes have been doing the last n years or so is making fake webpages then triggering a looksee on your domain, so the result shows up in your referer log. I guess what I #8217;m seeing are those attempts to get trackbacks on weblogs, but since I don #8217;t push that sort of junk, I #8217;m the singular very special person that gets to see it. Today #8217;s menu features lobsters. I replaced the term #8220;lobster #8221; with #8220;spam. #8221;
tinyflowers.com #8211; http://frozen-spam-claw-recipes.wholesalespam.ca/81.html
phoneswarm.com #8211; http://spam-back.wholesalespam.ca/98.html
macros2000.com #8211; http://spamthermador.wholesalelivespam.com/48.html
cardhouse.com #8211; http://wholesalers.wholesalespam.ca/2603.html
cardhouse.com #8211; http://buying-live-seafood.wholesalespam.ca/216.html
cardhouse.com #8211; http://blog.spampound.ca/1065.html
I don #8217;t know, this all seems so tiring to me. Can I move into the woods somewhere? Does anyone have some woods? I could be a caretaker that slowly goes mad, talking to the trees. #8220;Hello, trees! #8221; Oh, how charming ... this olde caretaker is hilariously daft in the head. Have some of my lobster #8220;thermador, #8221; old man!
2010mar08.
My site Phoneswarm died in 2006 for a number of reasons, one of them being that payphones that allowed incoming calls were rapidly disappearing from the landscape. I spoke with my friend who keeps Cardhouse alive about bringing Phoneswarm back, but with two additional features: 1) foreign payphones, and 2) other people. You would have had the option to get random calls, and the calls would have been routed through my own number, so no one would actually know anyone else #8217;s number. Anonymous. I think the whole operation would have cost about twenty bucks a month. That was fun to talk about for a few months, then it died out and was filed in my super-meta-project Projects That Were Never Started/Finished which also has an entry for itself. What I should have done is shifted the medium of contact to video and called it something like "Dongroulette".
2010feb19.
Friday blah blah blah doo wee blah.
Japanese rooms.
Photo: The child was delighted by the penguin.
Rose Murphy: Busy Line #8220;She devised her own unconventional means of accompanying herself by tapping her right foot on a board which she carried with her from one city to the next. #8221; [Cf. Stompin #8217; Tom Connors]
43 Steps to Simplify Your Life
Gene Weingarten and Jury Nullification.
There I Fixed It: Long Bus Is Long.
Lazyweb pays off seven years later: Smile Big Smack Hamster video. For more information, please refer to my critical and ground-breaking commentary here.
Pictures For Sad Children: It #8217;s Hard To Be A Dad
Bottlenose dolphins get take out.
Game: One-Button Bob. Also available on cassette.
Evan Dorkin: Broken Robot. Reminds me of someone.
Film: Mr. Okra [11min]. From the archives: Mr. Okra.
Chow: Interview with proprieter of LA #8217;s Galcos Soda Pop Stop. I love this guy.
Newswipe season 2 episode 1 [part 1
2
3]
episode 2 [part 1
2
3]
Submit your awful art to the art bin
Jon Stewart on Theeeeeee Stinkfactor [1 |
2 |
3 |
4 |
5] also LA Times backgrounder
2010jan26.
2010jan18.
Excerpts from Harpo Speaks! by Harpo Marx with Rowland Barber (1951).
There was one supreme holiday every two years, and there was nothing sad about it. This was not a family affair. It belonged to everybody. The poorest kid in town had as much a share in it as the mayor himself.
This was Election Day.
Months ahead, I started, like every other kid, collecting and stashing fuel for the election bonfire. Having quit school, I could put in a lot of extra hours at it. I had a homemade wagon, a real deluxe job. Most kids greased their axles with suet begged or pinched off a butcher shop, but I was fancier. I scraped genuine axle grease off the hubs of beer wagons, working the brewery circuit from Ehret #8217;s to Ruppert #8217;s to Ringling #8217;s.
I hauled staves, slats, laths, basket-lids, busted carriage spokes, any loose debris that would burn, and piled it all in a corner of our basement. This was one thing the janitor helped me with. The Election Day bonfire was a tradition nobody dared to break. If you were anti-bonfire you were anti-Tammany and life could become pretty grim without handouts from the Organization. Worse than that, the cops could invent all kinds of trouble to get you into. So around election time, there were no complaints up the dumbwaiter shaft about the leaks in our garbage cans.
The great holiday lasted a full thirty hours. On election eve, the Tammany forces marched up and down the avenues by torchlight, with bugles blaring and drums booming. There was free beer for the men, and free firecrackers and punk for the kids, and nobody slept that night.
When the Day itself dawned, the city closed up shop and had itself a big social time #8211; visiting with itself, renewing old acquaintances, kicking up old arguments #8211; and voted.
About noon a hansom cab, courtesy of Tammany Hall, would pull up in front of our house. Frenchie and Grandpa, dressed in their best suits (which they otherwise wore only to weddings, bar mitzvahs or funerals), would get in the cab and go clip-clop, in tip-top style, off to the polls. When the carriage brought them back they sat in the hansom as long as they could without the driver getting sore, savoring every moment of their glory while they puffed on their free Tammany cigars.
At last, reluctantly, they would descend to the curb, and Frenchie would make the grand gesture of handing the cabbie a tip. Kids watching in the streets and neighbors watching from upstairs windows were properly impressed.
About a half-hour later, the hansom cab would reappear, and Frenchie and Grandpa would go off to vote again. If it was a tough year, with a Reform movement threatening the city, they #8217;d be taken to vote a third time.
Nobody was concerned over the fact that Grandpa happened not to be a United States citizen, or that he couldn #8217;t read or write English. He knew which side of the ballot to put his #8220;X #8221; on. That was the important thing. Besides, Grandpa #8217;s son-in-law #8217;s cousin was Sam Mars, a Big Man in the Organization. Cousin Sam had a lot to say about whose name appeared under a black star on the ballot. And it was he who made sure the carriage was sent to 179 at voting time. A man of principle, which Grandpa was, had no choice but to return the courtesy by voting.
Then came the Night. The streets were cleared of horses, buggies and wagons. All crosstown traffic stopped. At seven o #8217;clock firecrackers began to go off, the signal that the polls were closed. Whooping and hollering, a whole generation of kids came tumbling down out of the tenements and got their bonfires going. By a quarter after seven, the East Side was ablaze.
Whenever our 93rd Street fire showed signs of dying down, we #8217;d throw on a fresh load of wood, out of another basement, and the flames would shoot up again, After my stash was piled on the blaze, I ran upstairs to watch from our front window with Grandpa.
It was beautiful. Flames seemed to leap as high as the tenement roof. The row of brownstones across the street, reflecting the fire, was a shimmering red wall. The sky was a great red curtain. And from all over the city, we could hear the clanging of fire engines. Our bonfire never got out of hand but a lot of others did on election night. [pg 47]
I decided to take Groucho on as a partner (as Chico had once taken me on, in the cuckoo-clock promotion), when I found out that stores in the neighborhood were paying a penny apiece for cats. I #8217;ve forgotten why they were. There must have been a mouse plague or a cat shortage, or both, that year.
So now I was a promoter. Groucho and I put on a show in our basement. We performed Uncle Al #8217;s popular sketch, #8220;Quo Vadis Upside Down. #8221; Admission: one cat.
It was my first public performance. As I remember, we grossed seven cats at the boxoffice but made a net profit of only four cents. Three cats got away. Well, that was show business.
[pg 59]
One scene I will never forget. We were presented in England by a famous promoter and sportsman named Cochran. When Cochran called for auditions to round out our show at the Alhambra, a mob turned up. Ever act in the British Isles #8211; except the Coliseum Danseuse #8211; wanted to share the bill with the balmy Marxes. Cochran, who hated to say no to anybody, had the painful duty of turning down ninety-eight percent of the hopefuls.
One of these was an aged hoofer #8211; he must have been damn near eighty #8211; who #8217;d obviously spent his last copper getting his costume out of mothballs and into immaculate condition. He came out in gray suit, gray derby, gray spats, gray shoes, and swinging a gray cane #8211; straight out of a Victorian music hall #8211; and went into his song and dance. He put up a courageous, dapper front. But his bones creaked, and his voice and rusted to a croak. It was an embarrassing moment.
Cochran, down in the orchestra, raised a hand to stop him. #8220;I thank you very much, #8221; he said, unhappily. #8220;I shall let you know. #8221;
Then, instead of retreating in defeat and humiliation, to make room for the next act, the ancient hoofer stepped grandly down to the footlights. He leaned over and pointed his cane at the conductor.
#8220;Maestro, #8221; he said, #8220;would you please play four bars for me to go off with? #8221;
The conductor complied. The old gentleman danced offstage to the music, waving his derby, as if it were his fourth curtain call. Everybody in the house, including the impresario, broke into applause. [pg 151]
Crazy bits of Round Table talk come back to me still, over the years, like isolated lines from an old show whose title and plot I #8217;ve long forgotten. I can hear the voices clearly, voices of some of the most brilliant people who ever lived, but what I hear them saying is not always brilliant, and never very profound. [pg 197; see also Flapper for more Algonquin Schmalgonquin]
Neysa had one failing as an art instructor. It was, as far as I knew, her only failing, period. That was her passion for fires. If a siren or bell should sound during one of our late-night seminars, that was the end of the seminar. Neysa was such a fire buff that she once dashed to Penn Station and jumped on a train when she heard there was a four-alarm fire burning in Philadelphia. [pg 203]
Not long after this, I felt in the mood for another good deed. The beneficiary this time was Tiffany #8217;s, the famous jewelry store on Fifth Avenue. Tiffany #8217;s, I told myself, was too stuffy for its own good, and something had to be done about it.
I bought a bag full of fake emeralds, rubies and diamonds, at Woolworth #8217;s, then went to Tiffany #8217;s. I asked to look at some diamonds. The clerk pulled out a tray of stones, and while I looked at them I turned over the bag from Woolworth #8217;s behind my back. Jewels went spilling and bouncing all over the joint. Bells rang. Buzzers buzzed. Store detectives appeared out of the woodwork, hustled out all the other customers and locked the doors. Meanwhile the whole sales staff, including the manager, in cutaway coat and striped trousers, were down on their hands and knees retrieving my sparkling gems.
When they were all collected and put in my hat, the manager saw they were phony, every one of them. The attitude of Tiffany #8217;s changed abruptly. The store dicks hustled me out the door, with the recommendation that I never return to the premises. On the way out, for a final touch, I tipped the doorman a giant ruby.
Tiffany #8217;s, I found out, had a long memory. Five years later I went back there to make a legitimate purchase, some silver for a wedding present. The minute I stepped into the store, two detectives recognized me and grabbed me. I convinced them I was carrying no fake jewels. Nevertheless, they stood close by while I bought the gift, and followed me to the door with visible signs of relief.
On the way out, I tipped the doorman a giant ruby. [pg 207]
One time I was traveling with Beatrice and George to their country home in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. We decided to have lunch on the train. The diner was crowded, and an old lady asked if we minded her taking the fourth chair at our table. That was okay with us. It was only mildly embarrassing to George. He was apprehensive, I could tell, that I might somehow get involved with the old lady and make a scene. But I said nothing to her. I didn #8217;t even look at her.
She finished eating first. The waiter brought her check on a saucer. Still not looking up from my plate, I reached for the saucer, salted and peppered the lady #8217;s check, and ate it. Kaufman twisted in such agony that I was afraid he was going to screw himself through the bottom of the car. [pg 209]
Our last excursion was to Naples, so Beatrice could pay one last visit to her favorite acquaintance in Italy #8211; the sensitivo in the Naples aquarium. The sensitivo was a fantastic kind of shellfish. It drew into its shell whenever any strange object came near it, then peaked out of its shell when the object was pulled away #8211; all in a weird, synchronized movement. Beatrice could watch it and play with it for hours. The real reason she was so fascinated, she said, was that she knew a lot of people who were sensitivos. She refused to name any names, however. [pg 263]
Our office was over a real-estate brookage, up a flight of creaky stairs. I was still a city boy who believed that stairs belonged only in tenements. Otherwise you took an elevator. So I preferred to do my business on the street.
When I whistled from down below, Rachel, the secretary, lowered my day #8217;s paper work out of the office window in a basket, on a rope. I then sat on the curb of Beverly Drive attending to bills and correspondence. When I #8217;d finished reading my mail and writing checks and memos, I #8217;d reload the basket and whistle twice and Rachel would pull up the rope. It was a very efficient office. I never saw it. [pg 286]
When I returned to New York there was a cablegram waiting for me. It was from Chico, who was still in England. His message was desperate: Dying for sports news. Can #8217;t get results here. Please send papers. I devoted the rest of the day to fulfilling Chico #8217;s desperate request. I scoured the city and bought copies of the London Times, London Observer, Manchester Guardian and the Scotsman. In each paper I underlined scores of association football, rugby and cricket matches, and shipped the whole batch off to Chico. I cabled him that the papers were on their way with the latest results, and wished him the best of luck. [pg 342]
2010jan14.
The first Friday Free Day of 2010. This means something to someone. I #8217;ll be over here, packing my things.
Covered: Bill Watterson #8217;s The Days Are Just Packed. This changes the whole back story, actually.
Wooster: JR Kenya street/train art
MEATS Oh I do rather like the meat medley.
Kickstarter: Craphound #4: Clowns Devils and Bait. Craphound Magazine is an American treasure.
The So-Called Expert: Y2K vs. The Martini 8. A stroll up a Golden Gate tower. On New Year #8217;s Eve. 1999.
Iconic Photos: The Gummers Eat Beef. Had never seen the shot. His hand. Perfect. Eat it ... eat it ... What an ass.
Prank: Counterfeit Domino.
David Mitchell: Log on and help me thwart those online bile merchants. It ... uh ... careful!
Top Censored Stories 2009 #24: Dollar Glut Finances US Military Expansion It #8217;s funny, the things an empire does to keep being empirey.
Museum-quality pizza crust.
TED: Pig 05049. Vimeo, you deplete me. See also: PIG 05049, a conversation with Christien Meindertsma.
A Man Not Escaped. Improvised weaponry and time-swapping in a Mexican jail. #8220;One of them, in trade for teaching his daughter to read, showed me how to kill someone with a shoelace. #8221;
Pictures for Sad Children: dry heaves, planned before the beginning of time
Graffitti Markup Language. #8220;Today #8217;s new digital standard for tomorrow #8217;s vandals. #8221;
Want to see what an X-Ray backscatter machine is going to serve up to the TSA? You, naked. [via doc]
Why are people bailing on newspapers? The articles are too long. This, right here. How could I have been so blind. It #8217;s not that newspapers pur #233;e everything, that Bush #8217;s honeymoon period lasted his entire two terms, that newspapers are corporatism #8217;s biggest cheerleaders ... it #8217;s that the portions are too large. There have been many thoughtful (long) articles written over the last few years about the many reasons newspapers are tanking. This is the opposite. Thank god it #8217;s short, I was getting exhausted reading it. Where #8217;s my rattle? I want my blankie. Where is my blankie. Blankie.
2009dec25.
Friday. It is another ordinary day, unless we spice it up with rum. Or naked people. There are choices in life.
Fishbone: Slick Nick, You Devil You (1987)
Fishbone: It #8217;s A Wonderful Life (Gonna Have A Good Time) (1987)
Don Haynes, Seaman of the Sealed Car.
Mouse Trap from The Pancake Project. A worthy endeavour.
Hark! A Vagrant: Younger Self.
Hark! A Vagrant Again: A History Comics Making Primer
A tiny gingerbread house that perches on the end of your mug. It perches. Perch you delicious little bastard
Kalle Anka: Sweden #8217;s Bizarre Tradition of Watching Donald Duck Cartoons on Christmas Eve. [via metafilter]
Excerpts from Interrogation Machine: Laibach and NSK.
Video: Abigail Uhteg: The Complex of All of These.
Video: Virtual Reconstruction of the Antikythera Mechanism. wiki.
East Bay Express: Lil Brother is Watching You. I missed this bit when the murder of an unarmed man by a BART police officer was originally being reported: #8220;In the Oscar Grant case, multiple videos leaked, despite police efforts to confiscate cell phones at the crime scene. #8221;
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In 2008, [Assemblyman Pedro Nava] introduced Concurrent Resolution 106, which would force all social networking sites to stand by their terms of use and curb violent or inappropriate content. his new legislation would have brought criminal proceedings against all witnesses of the Richmond gang rape and even the Oscar grant murder witnesses who uploaded their footage to Youtube rather than turned it over to the cops.
So, in the Oscar Grant case, the witnesses should have turned their cellphones over to the murderer and his cohorts.
ul
2009dec21.
There is a Charlotte Gainsbourg video that features Beck. It is here. It is directed by Keith Schofield. On November 19th, the photographer William Hundley pointed out that an image used in the video #8211; a skateboard perched on top of four delicious hamburgers #8211; was incredibly similar to his own hamburger-lofted skateboard photograph. A flickr fracas ensued, and eventually the director contacted Hundley and put his name in the credits for the video.
The video also contains a few seconds of a scene with an astronaut whose head is entirely comprised of delicious pancakes.
This image is incredibly similar to an image that appears on the website Petsinuniform.com as a tribute to National Pancake Day in 2006:
The owner of Petsinuniform.com is a friend of mine. I don #8217;t know if he has any demands for the director, but what I do know is this: I was able to just ask him if I could use the photo on my own website (Cardhouse.com), and he said #8220;yes. #8221; Asking: an innovative system for showcasing the work of others without generating ill will.
Note: Petsinuniform.com is a wonderful way to salute the quiet dignity of our domesticated companions by dressing them in clothes that require saluting. Try
Petsinuniform ... today.
2009dec15.
Girls Who Love Boys Who Love Boys: Inside the Midwest #8217;s first celebration of all things yaoi — where the screaming never stops. Girls who love boys who love boys who are countries dress up as boys/countries for panels.
A panel for Hetalia: Axis Powers is almost entirely occupied by girls in quasi-military uniforms. Hetalia tells the story of twentieth-century world politics with each country represented by a pretty boy. The panelists make a few half-hearted attempts to introduce themselves to the uninitiated ( #8220;I #8217;m America, and I #8217;m Russia #8217;s bitch because we #8217;re in debt #8221;), but they can #8217;t resist acting out their roles. Spain and China show up late and get glomped by Italy and Japan. Italy
cuddles on Germany #8217;s lap. France gets down on bended knee and proposes
marriage to England. Slowly, the non-Hetalia fans file out of the room.
Spain and China? They were glomped.
2009dec06.
2009dec02.
A brief programming interruption here – QI, the BBC comedy panel game television program hosted by Stephen Fry, has started on series #8220;G. #8221; Thursday #8217;s episode features a certain #8220;John Hodgman #8221; person whom you may know as the living embodiment of the hated Microsoft-controlled computer machine in a seemingly-endless series of television advertisements in addition to his books and/or appearances on the The Daily Show. You can find every single episode on the internet if you are a crafty person. I have included clues below to some of the more recent ones.
Families: 1 |
2 |
3
Fire and Freezing: 1 |
2 |
3
Flotsam: 1 |
2 |
3
Fight or Flight: 1 |
2 |
3 |
4 |
5
France: 1 |
2 |
3
Fakes and Forgeries: 1 |
2 |
3
Fingers and Fumbs: 1 |
2 |
3 |
4 |
5
Fashion: 1 |
2 |
3
Future: 1 |
2 |
3
Flora and Fauna: 1 |
2 |
3
Films and Fame: 1 |
2 |
3
Food: 1 |
2 |
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4 |
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Gardens: 1 |
2 |
3
2009nov26.
Friday Freeday. Early But Late Edition. Some of it I squirreled away in
June as a hedge against the harsh winter. Now I have unearthed these
treasured electronic acorns and we will feast in earnest. Except the
ebay auction. Ebay is sitting on untold riches with their humongous
archive of Photos/Text About Stuff That #8217;s Being Sold but like most
larger companies they wander around the Cash Forest blind, occasionally
bumping into a dollar tree. Ebay hears the rustling! Oh, to have eyes.
Well, at least the Killing Joke video is still there. Ebay I will be
your eyes! Okay ... it #8217;s like the band is playing in front of these
billowing swaths of fabric, and there are occasionally fade in-out
shots of stern-looking peasant folk holding various farm implements and
delicious stalks of wheat ... I think it #8217;s supposed to represent on
some level the 1931 overthrow of the Spanish Republic monarchy which
was replaced by the creatively-named Second Spanish Republic which
was then replaced by a five-gallon tub of spackling paste. Does that
help, Ebay? I don #8217;t know why the drummer both looks and is dressed like
Dexter of the TV show #8220;Dexter #8221; mid-serial killer elimination, Ebay. I
just don #8217;t know.
Video: The Rings of Earth. Seems like a rip-off for Ecuador.
27blash6: An exchange of letters between David Thorne and Simon Edhouse, potential yacht owner. Simon responds here. Simon also has 135 points on #8220;Naymz, #8221; which means something to someone I #8217;m sure.
Delhi #8217;s Blue Line Buses
Death Race
F A B R I C A: Art archives. So much good stuff. I don #8217;t know what the #8220;2005-2007 #8221; thing is, it auto-adds that LIKE A DUMBO.
Straight Dope: WW2 scrap drives
Killing Joke: Love Like Blood
Ebay #8217;s Unavailable Auction Series #1: 1885 Automatic bank punch perforator
Volvo makes a funny.
There are just so many things wrong with this idea. So there are going
to be fleets of #8220;professional drivers #8221; on the road? Who #8217;s paying them?
Who #8217;s paying for the gas their cars consume? Who #8217;s buying the cars?
Who #8217;s choosing the routes? Sleeping in my car ... so that means I #8217;m
going on a long journey. We #8217;re all going to stop at
the same time for bathroom breaks? A car that #8217;s in the middle of the
train can break out of it and the train will re-join itself no
problem smooth as butter? This is an
insane proposal that sounds like something a can-do
clueless marketer from the 1950s cooked up to ensure more car sales.
Cigarette vending machine facial recognition. #8220;Some neighbourhood machines even leave a card dangling from a piece of string. #8221; Skynet takes two steps back.
Excerpts from Getting Out: Your Guide To Leaving America
2009nov20.
I miss cellphone hot dog. Does anyone have cellphone hot dog? Cellphone hot dog.
2009nov13.
Friday.
The Snaefell. You got yer sports cycle in my sports auto. No, I #8217;m afraid you have your sports auto in my sports cycle.
The Gervais Principle, or The Office According to #8220;The Office".
Video: GIVE ME THE FANTA NO I WANT THE FANTA NO I WILL TAKE THE FANTA [via jon]
It is time ... IT IS TIME!!!! 1 2 WHO #8217;S WITH ME YAAAAAAAAAA
Submachine 6 is now available. The latest installment of an online adventure game. All chapters of Submachine are at the link given. To you. By me.
Covert Front created by the author of Submachine. Three episodes thus far.
Excerpts from Resist Much, Obey Little: Remembering Ed Abbey
The Birth of Roger Thornhill. North by Northwest was partially based on an existent non-existent #8220;masterspy. #8221;
Basketball Engineering. Referees crafting the flow of the game for ratings at the behest of the head office, etc.
Pies for a Passerby (2002) npr | Anissa Mack
Video: Everything is Everything. This is like #8220;The Way Things Go #8221; if it were in fact completely different.
2009nov05.
Are you ready ... for the LOG CHALLENGE (LOG CHALLENGE)? The beach at Sutro Baths used to be host to thousands of severely-dressed mens and womens who gaily frolicked betwixt the pools of the Baths and the coast of the unforgiving, relentless Pacific Ocean. Sitting within ash-falling range of the Cliff House is a large split boulder.
The crack has a secret, though, if you are inquisitive enough to look or if you can see this entry on a web browser. A small, handy log has been pushed by the relentless, unforgiving Pacific Ocean into the depths of the crack. The crack gets smaller farther inland ... the log fought back valiantly ... but eventually it was jammered right in there real good as if it belonged there like #8220;welcome home, log #8221; and #8220;Oh, thank you I #8217;ll just hang my log scarf on your boulder hook #8221; just like that [3x Bonus: Diagram this sentence {including this aside}].
I tried to brace myself against the sea wall and kick it out with my mighty feet, but even I was no match for the jammering. ARE YOU? Can you unjam the log? TAKE THE LOG CHALLENGE! Winner will receive one (1) log.
2009nov02.
You are invited to a party. It is in two hours. You do not have a costume. An hour and a half later, you finally decide to make a costume. What do you do what do you do. Then, after making your #8220;costume, #8221; the hours fritter by and you are never actually told where the party is. This is good, because then no one will see your stupid last-minute costume.
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