Monthly Archives: May 2010

The Old Man and the Guitar

Holidays come and holidays go, but only rarely does something of the true, vital meaning of such days shine through the surface of our dusty, boring lives (forgive my presumptuousness). Today I chanced to learn first hand something of the … Continue reading

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I wish I’d found this before I went through all that college.

Everything you’ll ever need or want to know about literature or history. Especially Canadian history, which is probably the best kind, as I’m pretty sure all their textbooks say “eh” a lot. Pretty sure Kate Beaton is my canuck-y soul … Continue reading

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New Story Posted: “Heel-cowl” by Denise Dooley

Denise Dooley hails from Chicago and has a flair for storytelling with both eyes open. Check out her Newhand debut, “Heel-cowl,” here, or under the “Writings” tab. “Heel-cowl” chronicles a certain ominous and birdlike “migration of girls,” painted with visceral … Continue reading

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some things are just too much for one brain.

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this made my afternoon better

http://www.forkparty.com/50-yahoo-answers-fails-stupid-questions/

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For a moment…

I wanted to go back to being a full-time desk slave just to have a reason to make one. And there very few things that I miss about the brutality of the office work environment, but random art projects such … Continue reading

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