Friday, May 02, 2003
From someone into the whole brevity thing:
"ROAD TO SUCCESS."
[full text of cover letter] posted by Linus | 2:34 PM
mission confirms new Saddam Hussein hideout, demise imminent. posted by Linus | 9:00 AM
Thursday, May 01, 2003
"You've got to constantly reinvest your enthusiasm for livin' large, marge, so large you need a barge!"
[Update: I believe Dave. His version is so much more fun.] posted by Linus | 2:31 PM
Wednesday, April 30, 2003
posted by Linus | 2:20 PM
these the other day and one of the three (all "on the clock"? It couldn't possibly take three people to sort through BMG castaways, could it?) clerks was manning the in-store stereo and for the duration of my visit, he was spinning this. It was good. J shreddin' and warblin' and all. I plucked this for $5.99 and just started spying on people. Some guy that looked exactly like him was holding this. But he put it back. Couldn't "pull the trigger". His "metal" friends would mock him.
And but so just as I am preparing to exit, the guy switches discs and I figure he'd come back with something similar or the "emo" kid would put something in or the "hip hop" guy would put something in. Hell no. He put this in. Probably as some kind of ha ha ironic laugh-em-up, although it kept playing several songs deep. It was staying in. It rocked. posted by Linus | 12:14 PM
Subject: FREE legal advice!
posted by Linus | 8:28 AM
Tuesday, April 29, 2003
Eustachy is so old school. posted by Linus | 7:17 PM
[Apparently, just about every article on Salon requires a subscription these days so, you know, enjoy the first few paragraphs and fill in the rest yourself. Death of the full-length album? Is Jobs really a magical unicorn? You choose.]
posted by Linus | 7:53 AM
$5.99 at your local indie boutique. posted by Linus | 7:39 AM
Monday, April 28, 2003
posted by Linus | 2:56 PM
agitators 'round these parts, but Hitch is okay ..." posted by Linus | 1:30 PM
"President Bush and Vice President Cheney can breathe a bit easier about at least one part of the upcoming 2004 presidential campaign: Pesky New York Times scribe Adam Clymer won't be shadowing them on the trail, ROLL CALL reported on Monday.
Clymer, who was given a crude nickname by Bush during the 2000 campaign, is planning to retire at the end of June."
posted by Linus | 12:29 PM
Sunday, April 27, 2003 lamp. I like it a lot!"
posted by Linus | 8:41 PM
He is Bud Clay. And he races motorcycles.
posted by Linus | 4:57 PM