I want to find and marry the exploding aardvark but I think she’s already married.

  1. Best enjoyed with gin and juice, I suppose. Jack & Diane are wiggers nowadays so they’ll be delighted.
  2. Shaun O’Boyle photographs modern ruins, and does so very well.
  3. salome_st_john alerts me to Jeremy Harris, who takes similarly good pictures of broken stuff, including a fine set of Pilgrim State Hospital. Reminding me of Brad Laner’s old punk band, Pilgrim State. More about that some other time.
  4. Here is the complete list of infected music CDs released by Sony. These all have their nasty DRM software on them that roots your machine. Do not buy them or put them in your computer. I am sad to see Shel Silverstein and Earl Scruggs on this list. And Louis Armstrong? HOW DARE THEY.
  5. I am not averse to a tipple now and then, but an entire meal arranged around flavored vodkas paired with foods makes me feel queasy just thinking about it.
  6. There’s hope for me. I could date an older female fish! In fish years, that’s…
  7. Neo-Nazi “historian” David Irving made the mistake of going to Austria and got busted for Holocaust denial. At least he’s shaved off the Hitler ‘stache. What an unpleasant loonie he is.
  8. I don’t have a jackabellum problem, but my cake-coveting gland is no doubt enlarged and distorting the entire area of the brain.

3 thoughts on “I want to find and marry the exploding aardvark but I think she’s already married.

  1. Sony
    1) Sony has been known for the typical Japanese “branding” delusion for years — i.e., the idea that consumers will happily <a href=
    >snap up a product that is deliberately incompatible with everything, just so they can wallow in the rewarding post-coital afterglow of buying more and more tatty overpriced accessories with “Sony” stamped on them. It’s worse than old-timey Apple.
    And 2) the US record industry’s incompetence is so complete and total that anything is possible.
    But at the same time, this thing with LET’S INFECT EVERYONE’S COMPUTERS is past incompetence, and into serious deathwish territory. And them having a deathwish is quite redundant at this point.

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