Lists for December 13, 2005

From Deadwood Edition #99

On Deck

...wherein we listen to what Lawrence's movers and shakers are moving and shaking. to.

  1. You Break It, You Bought It - "Cold Ocean"
  2. RZA - "The Brith of a Prince"
  3. Velvet Underground - "White Light / White Heat"
  4. Free All Beats - "Taproom Selections"
  5. Danny Pound - "Surer Days


...wherein local TV connoisseurs intimate what keeps them on their couches.

  1. "The OC" "It's more exciting and dramatic than my own life."
  2. "Friends" "My roommate has all nine seasons on DVD. I watch an episode a day, regardless."
  3. "The Soup" "It's just a guy that makes fun of everything that happened during the week."

Bound Up

Currently reading: "The Making of the Atomic Bomb" by Richard Rhodes "It's a comprehensive history of physics and an ethical discussion of nuclear weapons. I've read all of his books."

One book everyone should read: "The Golden Bough" by Sir James George Frazer "A comprehensive study of religions, myth and magic. One of the great books of Western Civilization."

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To: Subject: Correction for evolution article Date: December 9, 2005 12:12 PM

RE: <a href=""><br>god_science_and_kooky_kansans_who_love_them_both/</a>
The so-called "Spaghetti Monsterists" prefer to be called "Pastafarians." Thank you and I look forward to your correction of this egregious over-site. -Matt

From: Subject: Re: Correction for evolution article Date: December 12, 2005 9:12 AM

Please forgive our insensitivity. Believe us when we tell you that we took a lot of heat from not only the Pastafarian sect in our office, but also the Pennecostals and the Holy Order of Fettuchin Monks. We apologize, and beg once again to be touched by the tentacles
of truth. -homies

To: Subject: Message via the website Date: December 10, 2005 8:12 PM

Where do I go to get some Wild Man vintage stuff? I can not find an official web site. thanx,

From: Subject: Re: Message via the website Date: December 12, 2005 10:12 AM

We searched for a wikipedia entry on "Wild Man Vintage" and found nothing. We then consulted to see if anyone has been blogging about the store. Again, nothing. In a last frustrated search for clues, we Googled "Wild Man" and, after some embarrassing missteps, we found an "address" to a "building" where you can walk in and buy stuff without a computer. Weird. -homies