Pac-Gentleman

July 27, 2009

“When this game was first released in 1880 it was so hugely popular in taverns and inns that the bank of England was forced to mint more threepenny bits to keep up with demand. The game was created by messrs Nam & Nam and Co. as a novelty pastime for the masses. Outdoing the previous top public house game of Shove Ha’penny. “

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Pharaoh’s Dunce (interpreted by gone savage band)

July 25, 2009

yeah we know you’re sick of these.  here’s another one:

thanks, teo!


Moonlighting (interpretation by gone savage band)

July 20, 2009
fast n' bulbous!

fast n' bulbous!


excerpt from “The Black Antelope Tine”

July 15, 2009


ray a. young bearJesus, I once dreamt of doll-sized
human beings — six intoxicated dwarfs
who asked to be rolled together in a towel.
Put us in a trash can, they pleaded,
before we get arrested.  They eventually
suffocated because I forgot to pick them up.
And now, here they were in the form of antique
toys.  An alcohol-related tragedy.


gone savage band tribute to michael

July 13, 2009