And hello Everyone!!!

It's good to have you. get comfy. Imagine we're in the same room, imagine I'm handing you a cup of coffee, or a beer, or cigarette.
Or soft, fuzzy slippers.
Peruse. enjoy yourselves.
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love, world wide dirt

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Thursday, October 16, 2008

The Time Machine

His friends call him Seany. He's known to throw a fish back if it's too scrawny.

Went to the future the other day. It wasn't bad, the shrimp was cheaper but it rained most of the time. The Morlocks are fun to party with. Sean was married to Leanna Eisnaugle and they were also both evil demons. Good times!

Monday, October 13, 2008

From Jayavarman II to his Beautiful and Mysterious Love (Ca. 836 AD)

I had a car and named it blue

The paint chipped off and I gave it to you

The seatbelts tangled and the handles rusted

You were the only girl I trusted

Eight days a weak my mind is taught

And full of bullets already shot

But there was a time of other plains

Of swallowed stars and bangerangs

A time when thinking made me glad

And I only poured my drinks a tad

The days shimmied in summer of the year

Now down the trail and nowhere near

I long for the time when I required

Now, I’m either asleep or tired

Now the dust collects unswept

Now my logic is inept

Now it doesn’t matter much

That there was a time you were my crutch


How wide and deep the island was gave a false impression of the kingdom’s immensity, an immensity about things other than geographical size. It was three miles by one mile, bordered by jagged rocks and a green restless sea.

Diamond forging halabuloo beaters half full galavant bi-corsican bi-nigerian
Mono-jalapeno dig popper half-valued half-jenkem pre-storage post-familiar twice-annualed forever-bidden pro-foraging half-anti anti- pre-storage-ism-tearing-oomycetes
Handy gaged furtive hinges of wasted tear-raising-head-butting-pro-raphaelite-jabenero-tasting-hullabaloo-
mono-half-televisionism-breaker-b asting-forgoten-hand-
ho;dinf=kjsjkasas[-just =-klobberizing-part-half-quarterly-bi-optic-meteor-riding-plutonian-
me-stop now

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Whoa Mama!!!

Down in the deep low, the man says a whole lot of things.

Thanks for everyone who came out to the World Wide Dirt kickoff last week. it was a blast and i hope everyone got a little wasty.

House Of Will is in the final stages of completion. exciting stuff. It'll be available online and at some retailers around the milwaukee area.

Five things i learned this week:

1. Lands End sounds epic and cool, but its just a magazine where you can order some random shit.
2. i'm like the Tony Stark of the writing world. Except the suit, the coolness and Gwen Paltrow.
3. Wearing wet socks gives you the whooping cough.
4. Parker winship was born in the canyons of the sun.
5. Dead men tell no tales.