- I bought Chris Ware's Rusty Brown and one-fourth in I'm holyfuck
- don't worry, I'm not gonna start drawing cartoons (or jinx me) of me
- Ware an addict too for telephone poles street signs stop lights, an old fuck like me
- I did buy a giant moleskin to paste in white papered thingees from big Boorum and Peace tablet (and too big from beige tablet for orange tablet)
- A sad face drawn five pages into Ware's *Rusty Brown* broke my heart I remember I don't watch what people watch on screens - I'm supposed to be able to produce those images in my head not lazily watch someone else's I was taught believe(d)....
- But I promise you and more importantly me, no graphic cartoons, graphic novels, can't promise no graphic poetry, no cartoon mes
- Self-portrait in a convex mirror (above bigger at other place)
- Advancing propaganda for evil agendas and me
- Obama is shittier than Trump
- Ch-ch-ch-ch changeless
- Life in the Pyrocene
- The answer to many rhetorical questions is *Motherfucking Democrats, That's Why*
- How are you going to pay for that? See above bullet.
- Democrats are not viable
- UPDATE! Fight? Democrats? A youngster's case for Sanders
- Motherfucking Democrats (Biden edition)
- The two above are one, actually, click, yo:
- Baby shark coup
- Assange was right
- What to do if you're exposed to tear gas.
- Hopepunk and solarpunk
- Also have Library's copy of Ware's Jimmy Corrigan recall my jones, Jeff, not too late
- Truth or consequences
- Wednesday was Steely Dan Day at Pitchfork, and I *like* Steely Dan, excommunicate if you must, this is one of my favorite songs ever
About can mean near
A book can be about something
or I can be about
to do a thing
and then refrain.
To refrain is to stop yourself.
is a repeated phrase.
This table is an antique
from the early Machine Age.
circle within a circle
at three-inch intervals
around the base
may be a nod
or may be a summary
dismissal of same.
It is charming
in its mute simplicity.
People will ask, "Why should we care about this unattractive character?"
despite the fact that turning yourself into an admirable character
has been considered gauche for as long as I can recall.
The word "transparent" is often affixed to such efforts
while the mystification surrounding the unflattering self-portrait
at least provides some cover.
Now someone will say, "You don't need cover
unless you're standing naked at a window
shouting, 'Look up here!'"