January 27, 2006

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Posted by dean at 08:50 AM

January 26, 2006

She Wore Long Boots And High-Collars, Giving Away How Short She Looked And How Stupid She Felt.

Her binder was vague, with duct-tape and old pieces of baby-box cardboard, and spiral ink-designs.

I wanted to get in fights with her. Drop big, unnecessary words when we saw each other outside of school, holding her hands to keep them from hitting herself.

She meant everything she said and I couldn't understand a thing.

And I never wanted it to stop.

Posted by dean at 09:47 PM

January 20, 2006

As Always, Thank You, Anonymous, For The Terrifying Postcard.

Posted by dean at 11:35 PM

Nude Hat, Page 372.

Most times when I see Dr. Shumacher, I don't tell the doctor jack shit. The way I figure, I only have so many memories, and I don't want to use them up.

Posted by dean at 10:57 PM

January 19, 2006

'Til You Move And Put A Gate Up.

Fink Park, someplace, writes, "He's a funny little gay man who tells stories about being funny, little, and gay. I have a lot of him because I, too, am funny, little, and gay, except for I'm not very funny, I'm pretty big, and I'm not gay."

Posted by dean at 05:54 PM

January 16, 2006

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Posted by dean at 11:27 PM

January 15, 2006

Down, Lawn, Y Goa, Page 214.

"Oh, no," said Jess. "Aaaaagh. Help. We'll just panic, I s'pose."

Posted by dean at 01:11 AM

January 12, 2006

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Posted by dean at 09:23 PM

January 10, 2006

Behind : Lists.

Marginally Good Record, Cumulatively Low-Voted Out Of Duty On Several Contributors' Lists, Propelling It To Top Spot

Everybody At Office Wishes It Murdered In A Car Park, But Chief Editor's Favourite

"Pounding," "Accomplished," "Belting," "Angular"

Massive Pop Act To Show We-Don't-Care-What-You-Think Journalistic Heroism, But Over-Expected & Safe Choice Undermines Effect

Sex-Free 4/4 Indie-Disco, Applauded As "First Real Marriage Of Rock & Dance"

Black Person

Unironically Used Rock Icon Careerist, Elected In For Historical & Name-Recognition Credibility

Warners Gave Us Suspicious Prostitutes With Large Hands

Small-Gone-Massive Indie Band, A Vote For A Music Writer's Life-Bred Illusions Of A Profound & Romantic Black Sheep Self-Image In The Face Of An Unrecognized Need For Deep-Down-They-Like-Me Social Acceptance


Posted by dean at 02:43 AM