Sunday, August 31, 2014

Today the
postman brought
me a cast iron
alibi. I’d wanted
one in burnished
bronze, but this
was all I could get
at short notice.

Saturday, August 30, 2014

geographies: Cooktown

Friday, August 29, 2014

A line from Abraham Lincoln

Kabbalists knew what was
at stake. Not only were
the pleasant groves de-
stroyed but names were

silently guillotined from
the electoral list. Soon, if
folks don’t interfere with
anything, British American

Tobacco will be free to pro-
mote the decapitation scene
that the Bloggernacle has
been buzzing about for

several days. Just one small
problem for them. GoDaddy
recently upgraded apache
& now their site is often not

accessible. Never mind. Seems
like the time has come for
America to adopt a proactive
energy policy so Miley Cyrus

can continue to be cool. Some-
times all you need are
approximate values loosely
based on contemporary culture.

Thursday, August 28, 2014

geographies: Mortlake

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

wednesday newstrip

The Australian arm of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation fired tear gas to disperse the Ebola virus & continuing losses at its flagship publication ∙ Nicki Minaj released the music video for Anaconda via her Twitter account at the stroke of midnight Wednesday but not before thousands of protesters grew increasingly desperate & set up camp in front of the Liberian Catholic Church ∙ the letters & numbers you entered did not match the image of serial paedophile priest Kevin O'Donnell ∙ the state's controversial network of heavily fortified marine parks & reserves is inadvertently threatening the raunchy antics of the Australian Taxation Office ∙ Kim Kardashian was quarantined last night in an effort to slow the spread of the star's anti-government seahorse populations ∙ more than half of 18-year-olds surveyed said it would be easier growing up if pornography was less easy to access for young people ∙ White House confirms James Foley video is authentic.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

A line from Grover Cleveland (2)

Appearing before the U.S.
Senate Homeland Security
Committee, Plato apologized
for using a model head of

former President George W.
Bush as a grisly bulwark against
profit-seeking but also stated
that Socrates needs no apology.

Monday, August 25, 2014

geographies: Clarendon

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Parted. Curtains.

The traditionally graceful art
of ballet is nourishing, anti-
bacterial, anti-fungal, & has
skin-firming properties to it.

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Pillars are, sea haze is.

                                     Coated cotton artifacts 
                         inspired by the beauty of 
                               crystallized sugar cause
                                      financiers in London to
                           take a close look at themes 
                               that are emblematic to 
                            Canopus, a bright star in the
                   southern sky that the Greeks
                                       & Romans couldn’t see.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

geographies: Hughenden

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

wednesday newstrip

A Russian convoy of trucks carrying the Great Barrier Reef heads for Ukraine hoping to provide affordable finance to people who might otherwise risk falling into the clutches of loan sharks ∙ a World Health Organisation panel of medical ethics experts ruled on Tuesday that it is ethical to offer the southwest tip of Tahiti as a potential treatment in West Africa's deadly Ebola outbreak ∙ Prom Minister Toe Knee Ass-Bit is hoping the hidden cameras he set up in his apartment to film girls will strip out underperforming brands & designers from the store floor to make room for his own private label range∙ Treasurer Toe Cock-Knee has been accused of being out of touch after claiming that the poorest won't be hit by increases in petrol tax because they don't own cars ∙ The Pentagon is sending 130 more military advisers to northern Iraq to help local forces in their escalating fight against a colossal squid taking advantage of the current political crisis ∙ Fox News host Shepard Smith has apologized for calling Robin Williams a "coward" following the actor's death by suicide. Fortunately many soft-plastic brands offer great anchovy imitations.

Monday, August 18, 2014

geographies: Greenacres

Friday, August 15, 2014

geographies: Ingham

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

wednesday newstrip

A baby tuatara, captured on film as it hatched out of its egg, has weighed in on the medicinal marijuana debate ∙ police believe they are closing in on those responsible for a second tranche of changes to anti-terrorism laws after raiding an alpaca farm near Warwick on Tuesday ∙ a photo of the Middle Kingdom's largest seller of smartphones involved in a sex act with the Associate Health Minister has become the most viral selfie since Ellen & her buddies pulled out the iPhone on Oscar night ∙ Australia's new marine science flagship could spend half its time tied up at the dock through lack of funding to operate it ∙ a new “wholesome” picture book by two Michigan-based authors aims to show children the benefits of having parents who openly carry handguns.

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

geographies: Calliope

Friday, August 08, 2014

Battlestar Magrittica

Thursday, August 07, 2014

MH [ ]

It's an atypical opening for a
group classified as a rock band

but this analog performance of
raspberries in a hoophouse has

you dancing on a string. Close the
gates & tie them with bungee.

Wednesday, August 06, 2014

wednesday newstrip

The largest shipping container ever launched into space has found more than 50 kilograms of porcelain toilets approximately 450 light-years from Earth ∙ an advisory board designed to promote cultural diversity in the workplace is preparing to receive American patients sickened with Ebola ∙ speculation is growing that Toe Knee Ass-Bit has significant sleep problems, with the drug methamphetamine, also known as ice, believed to be the leading cause ∙ Israel said its troops are searching for Benjamin Netanyahu who was seized at a "weird & wild" Gray Power meeting in Gaza ∙ police in Melbourne have found The Great Barrier Reef is sick after it allegedly tried to punch Orlando Bloom, the British actor ∙ a massive new coal mine, which was given final approval this week, has called for international intervention to prevent the asylum seekers at the center of a High Court battle being sent to Nauru after they declined to return to India.

Tuesday, August 05, 2014

geographies: Peak Downs

Sunday, August 03, 2014

geographies: Barratta