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November 2nd, 2007: Underdose

Something I jotted down on the notepad that I keep next to the computer for ideas and stuff. Continue »

A Delightful Romp through the 2007 PDX Zine Symposium

Some friends and I recently gathered in Portland, Oregon for the 2007 PDX Zine Symposium. Held on the lush campus of Portland State University, this was the seventh annual zine convention, featuring an abundance of tablers, zinesters, and visitors. Although we did not purchase a display table this year, we did represent our graphic zine […] Continue »

Memorable Quotes, Part 2

The amazingly profound and incoherent things that people say on teh Internetz.. Continue »

The Song of the Sibyl

An eternal king will come Dressed in our mortal flesh: He will come from heaven certainly To pass judgement on the century. Before judgement is passed A great sign will show itself: The sun will lose its shine The earth will tremble with fear. Continue »

Memorable Quotes, Part 1

I enjoy discussing science and philosophy with my co-workers. Here is a taste of the geeky conversations once held while employed at the local poly-silicon laboratory. Continue »

Nine Feet

I’m a moral in a secret box, An earthworm, chewing through a sour meal, A home, still within the daisy farm. Oh, black ants, parasites, nematodes. This trunk’s cold with its precious relics. Jackpot’s dying for foxy diggers. I’m an end, a joke, a passing fad. I’ve left my mark to make a payment, Jumped […] Continue »