<- asserts that Elmer Fudd is the perfect cartoon character. Perfect name. Perfect appearance. Perfect voice.

Just saw these two ebooks on sale together over at HumbleBundle.com

To quote J.R. "Bob" Dobbs, "Why not both?"

I've recreated the old Twitter links_for_twit feed here at @twitnews. Stories I bookmark for our shows will be autoposted with my comments here. Follow if you want a tech news feed (~10 posts a day).

Made some bismuth crystals! Excellent source of essential slack!

The wife (not pictured) and I managed to find the redneck-est gay bar in East Texas.

I also discovered that if "drag queen" ever becomes a unit of measurement, I am exactly one drag queen tall.

My discussion with a Citibank chatbot is growing surreal. I'm trying to explain that yes, it is logical for my wife to have her own ATM card because she is a separate entity from me.

I think I'm losing the argument.

Because of a considered study of J. R. “Bob” Dobbs, I can play any tune on any musical instrument with equal skill.

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I Have No Armpit And I Must Make Farty Noises

If I can have one of these with every Roger Corman movie preloaded on it, I would never ask for anything again. tinycircuits.com/collections/a

Okay, conspiracy theorists. Today is the big day!

...by which I mean that I sent a registered letter to the Senate declaring myself to be the only legal elector, and that I have cast my single electoral vote for Vermin Supreme and Ivan Stang.

Go ahead and release the friggin kraken, Trumplings, for I have released Harry Hamlin with Medusa's bleeding head in a bag!


I once had a dying friend in his 70's (circa 2001). He was missing a lung and a kidney. His "old lady" had passed away (he was a biker). I gave him a couple hits of acid and he kissed me right on the mouth out of appreciation right in front of my boyfriend. We were all honored by his presence as he was a mix between George Carlin and Bob Ross. He would say, "Trixie--you make my goddamn day!" I miss Ralph so much. I still have his leather jacket that he rode across the country in the 1970's.

Pissed me off that that show was on at the same time as William Shatner's "Tekwar" series. Duckman was funnier, but I had to be loyal to The Shat.

Ugh, after divesting my home of about 90% of paper-based bookware, I go and buy myself one of them old-school paper science fictional books. I am one addicted sumbitch.

As of today, I been married for 30 years. Shelly is my own personal Blessed Anti-Virgin.

Damn, she is a lucky lucky woman.

Four stitches and a tetanus shot later, and the new light panel is up in the kitchen.

I'm pretty sure that bleeding on the floor of your new house is what summoned the weird hell-monsters in the first "Hellraiser" movie.

Bring em on. I got "Bob" on my side.

Gora (1902-1975) was an atheist. At first Gandhi opposed him, saying one must have religion to be moral. Gora changed his mind, through a series of blistering letters and arguments, and they became friends. Late in life Gora wrote a newspaper column called "I Learn." It consisted of short stories in which he made a mistake but learned from it. I read this book in the 1990s and that was the direction my diaries took for many years... times I learned the hard way. Worthy.


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