Perils of assimilation

If only life came with subtitles.

Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Liz is going to Lolla!

That is all.

Saturday, April 05, 2008


I'm looking for a subleaser for June - May. I've decided to leave Eau Claire. Cute house by Carson Park, has washer and dryer, rent $220, and includes a cute quirky dog.

Don't know where I'll be going, maybe back home, Maybe back to Chicago, Maybe back to San Francisco, maybe to Portland, Maybe Santa Fe, maybe Baton Rouge, maybe to London. But it feels good to get gone.


Bardiac's recent post about the absurd biking fashions made me think how far my bike is from real bikes.
Shaqwanda the Ghetto-bike is a good 20+ years old and still bears the little liscencing sticker from Racine 1985. She's a good bike, doesn't have any major problems except for the brakes that don't work. I have to be extra careful to watch out for cars and small children because the only way I can quickly stop is to throw myself off the bike.

She's a sassy maroon and rust, and if she was human, she'd be chain-smoking white trash. Though I'm sure Lucy would think human Shaqwanda would look more like this:

Mountain of Pieces

I know it's been a while since I did some actual blogging, but you'll have to wait just a bit longer for a real post. Right now, I'm going to be a shill. We ET folks have been hearing these guys for a while now, and it's time the world knew who they were. My buddy Stukie's band St├╝kenberg have finally released their album "Mountain of Pieces," containing the hits "Protest" and "Don't Mind." I have been putting these songs on mixes for about two years, trying to spread the word. These guys are GOOD, I don't reccommend crap.

Go to to listen and maybe just buy their album.