Friday, November 29, 2002


Since I've twice posted about Evan Dorkin's blog, I felt bad that I hadn't posted anything about the equally impressive, which is superwoman Sarah Dyer's website. Sarah is really the brains behind the Dyer/Dorkin web presence (from a design standpoint, anyway. At least I think she is. I can't claim to know how much of it is her work and how much is Evan's. But from what Evan himself has written/confessed, it seems like she's nearly 100% of the operation), and she's fantastico at it. For a cooking clod such as myself, her cooking classes are a godsend. (Marinades! Who knew?) So, please. Stop by and enjoy it.

Tuesday, November 26, 2002

Evan's Journal

Hello people. I'm just posting this as a followup to the Evan Dorkin journal link below. This is the new home of his journal. You go here now! Now!

Thursday, November 21, 2002

Well, it's been 2 weeks, and what can I tell ya? The DVX keeps its own hours. If you don't like it, check a link on the right, yo.

Some shit has gone down in those two weeks, namely my sister and her family being robbed in their home at gunpoint. It really fucked me up, so who knows how my sister and her family are doing. My niece and nephew seem to have no lingering mental effects from it (luckily, and most thankfully, nobody was seriously hurt, though, my brother-in-law was tasered), but I'm sure my sister--the last person in this whole damn world who needs this kind of trauma--is probably still spinning this in her head. For me, I went through one of my worst weeks in recent memory, just thinking about it over and over again. And as I am wont to do, imagining how I'd feel if things had turned out worse. My family mean so much to me, and to have the people I would die for have their lives threatened just rips me up. I just want to go and fuck things up, hardcore style. But, cooler heads prevailed, and time has helped me relax a little bit. But I still worry. It's sad that I live in a place that was once the murder capital of the US and feel safe, but my sister is living in the country and is getting jacked.

On a lighter (ha!) note, I picked up the new godspeed you! black emperor disc a couple of days ago. It's sweeeet. I haven't really immersed myself into it yet, but will do so shortly. I can safely say that I think everybody should go buy it. Go on! Support some good goddamn art for a change, wanker!

That's all. There's more going on in my life, but I really don't feel poetic right now. So I'll blather on later.

"Write it on a postcard, 'Dad they broke me, dad they broke me....'"

Thursday, November 7, 2002

Evan Dorkin: The Blog!

Just thought I'd give my blog some juice by heartily endorsing the blog of Mr. Dorkin. I've been a fan of his work for years and try to keep up with his (and Sarah Dyer's) work when it occurs to me. (Though, I don't exactly show them love with the $$$, but what are you gonna do? At least I'm not stealing from them, like all you MP3 monkeys out there. I mean, for chrissakes, if you're going to steal, why not steal some good music, you thieving bastards! End random, puzzling rant.)

Anyway, one of these days, I'm going to save the money and buy all the Dork comics I don't have, as well as a bunch of his and Sarah's stuff that I've been meaning to pick up. In the meantime, I encourage all of my readers to do the same. Ha! Readers!