♫ “R-Theme” by R-Tyme is beautiful Detroit techno from 1989 by Derrick May and Darryl Wynn.
“If Oprah can’t do permanent lifelong weight loss, maybe it can’t be done.” — Caissie St.Onge (originally on Facebook)
‘m giving gave away a shelf. – who wants it?
It’s 23.5″ L x 16.5″ W x 21″ H (height includes wheels), but there’s a lip on the front bottom and an overhang on the back, so the top and bottom are a little less wide than the whole thing.
I’ve used it for about 5 years to hold up my laser printer and contain cd binders and large books; before that it was a friend’s TV stand. It’s a bit wobbly because the middle shelf that used to brace it went missing. I nailed a piece of illustration board to the back to shore it up. It has semi-functional wheels.
It’s no showpiece, but it probably has years of service left in it as long as you don’t wrestle with it or shake it to death with an inkjet printer. Or you could break it down and use the parts for something — the boards are pretty solid.
If you want it, say so in a comment, message, or email to email@example.com.
And now it has a new home!
♫ “I’ll play a strange song” — “Come Along” by Yat Kha
Happy impending new year!
Today I spoke at UMass Amherst, giving an overview of indie comics to N.C. Christopher Couch’s class “Comic Art in North America, 1895-Present”. Here are some notes from the talk (mainly useful as a vehicle for the links). My original notes were much sparser; in the process of posting them I ended up filling in some of the detail from the talk. Continue reading
I have a Facebook profile now after years of holding out, but I still think running so much of our social activity through a single corporation is a terrible idea.
Thanksgiving tip: If the way you thank your hosts inspires a National Day of Mourning, you’re doing it wrong.
Well, I finally made a zombie comic.
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