Thomas Lennon’s book pretty quickly, and am now on to Blueprint’s What A Night: A Book About The Worst Shows of My Career.

"What A Night: A Book About The Worst Shows Of My Career" by Blueprint.

Finally up to speed for the year,


Back when I was living in Columbus, Ohio my friends and I started a quote wall. Whenever a bit of brilliance (or otherwise) poured out of someone’s mouth, somebody would yell “Quote!” thus nominating it for Quote Board status. The quote then had to be seconded by someone (it almost always was), and then it would be written down to be forever immortalized on the Quote Board.

This is the modern-day equivalent of that classic piece of my past.


“No pits in that cock. It’s all fruit.”

– Milan, 5/2/19

The context isn’t important,


…hire Ice Cream!

He’s a poet, a cartoonist, and a singer. All in one!

Ice Cream!

Unfortunately, he doesn’t look like ice cream… he looks better than ice cream!


He’s only free after 7PM,


A Tribe Called Quest, and am now on to some middle-grade fiction with Thomas Lennon’s Ronan Boyle and the Bridge of Riddles.

"Ronan Boyle and the Bridge of Riddles" by Thomas Lennon.

I even got a personalized copy for the kids.

Someday they will fight over it.

Not sure where my brain is headed next,


Mmmm... Netherlandy!

…but we got our third (and final) shipment of Universal Yums back in… honestly, I can’t even remember anymore.

Our last installment was filled with treats from the Netherlands! You know, like Eddie Van Halen.

Thanks again to Beth for the great gift!

Back to eating boring-ass American snacks,


…designs Hot Wheels for Mattel.

One of his cars, the Mach Speeder, recently made its way onto a USPS stamp.

We have the coolest friends,


I knew this dirty-ass rag would show up after your last visit!

For those interested in the rag’s history, click here (scroll up from the bottom).

Coming back to you… SOON,


…as I’m sure you can tell from the fucking Christmas tree in the photo, but big thanks to Grampus and Grandma Sue for coming to visit the kids back in, you know… December.

I’m the worst,


Kentucky’s worst enemy,


…now that I’m done with Zodiac.

Now, a love letter to A Tribe Called Quest from author Hanif Abdurraqib. It is called Go Ahead In The Rain: Notes To A Tribe Called Quest.

To be followed by some YA fiction,


Old Poop!