Sunday, October 3, 2010

A Word From Our Sponsors

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For everyone, we have the latest installment of Shooting Suburbia called "Round & Round", which will cure whatever it is that's ailing ya, because even though its Autumn here in the States and elsewhere, over at Shooting Suburbia it's still late Spring/early Summer.

For a select few, the latest intallment of "Creativity Inaction" is up at FSG. Wish to become one of the select few? Check out last Sunday's post for details.

And for a particular someone, expect an answer to your query via the snail mail, because we're still experiencing a little of the first paragraph.

Sometimes, doing things the old fashioned way can often make the difference between being a subject of a song by Jerry Samuels and a subject of song by Kenny Loggins.


  1. R: He recorded under the psuedonym of Napoleon XIV, whose big hit was "They're Coming To Take Me Away, Ha-Haa!"

    B-side of the reissue I got is "Photogenic, Schizophrenic You".

    Sorry for the psychiatric humor, but I've been having a pretty bad week.

    Joanne: I've gotten yelled at for using the term at work, so now I use the term "bald moment". Kind of fits me, don't you think?


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