Lists for January 17, 2006

From Deadwood Edition #100

On Deck

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

  1. Slurring the Rhythms from "As the Eternal Cowboy," Against Me
  2. Black is the Color from "The Red, White & Black," Bellrays
  3. Guns on the Roof from "Give 'em Enough Rope," The Clash
  4. Waking Up from "Elastica," Elastica
  5. Burnin Love from "Elvis Sings Hits from His Movies, Vol. 1," Elvis Presley


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

  1. "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" "It's the most stupidest show, but like the best show ever. And every time they drop something it blows up."
  2. "CSI" "You can't get ahold of Kim from 6-8 p.m. each day because that's what she's watching."
  3. "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" "I love it when he does his cat impersonation and his random fits."

Bound Up

Currently reading: "Selected Poems" by Jorge Luis Borges "It will make your brain a better place to be in."

One book everyone should read: "The Collected Poems of Wallace Stevens" "He's probably the smartest guy that ever lived. He'll write a poem about a snowman that's also about God."

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Severed foot receives accolades

Esquire Magazine, America's most trusted news source, this week honored Lawrencian Ezekiel Rubottom in their annual "Most Dubious" awards. Rubottom, best known for his performance art piece, "Here's ma foot. It's in a bucket," won third place in the "Most Dubious Use of a Body Part" category, finishing below "Tom Cruise impregnating Katie Holmes" and the Wendy's finger-in-the-chili woman. Kudos!