Who said anything about produce?

Hear the music, and get down with your carrot self. Check out the website www.incurable-allure.com

Thursday, December 06, 2007

Podcast 8, We've moved to Alaska

Podcast 8

We're back.
- Ralph's dead uncle, Langston
- Cybertronic Septic System
- Abigail's Diary


- You wake up with no arms
- Abigail's Song
- "The lump goes at midnight"


Thursday, November 22, 2007

We're back

After a long, long break, we're back in the blogosphere.

Much has happened since my last post in late June.
First off, I left Chicago, Moved to Kansas for a short while, and now I'm living in Alaska.

More on that later.

We're making music and film once again, though. Check out the IAC's latest project:

Frigid Waters, with Andre LeBleu
Episode 1, Alaska's Turnagain Arm

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Dropping the Ball

I've been a huge fan of Mediocrefilms.com for a while now, and I've got to say, Greg Benson, you're pretty much the greatest man who's ever lived.
Dropping the ball is my favorite of the Mediocre Films library.
Because, honestly, poop can be very funny.

Check them out

Tuesday, June 19, 2007

A roof with a view

the view from my roof on May 28, 2007

Sunday, June 17, 2007

The Winds

The Winds

It was in the early morn of my demented days
We took walks in the park
We hung from buildings

We watched the blades of the fan spin in endless circles of computed elation and bliss and hatred and mediocrity

But the sun never rose outside my bedroom door
Or my window
Or under my bed, filled with sleepy rats

And here, the day is half passed
And we always feel like we should give a damn
But never seem to do

We walked along the corridors of greatness
Smelling smells that went in one ear and out the other
We stopped for barbecue with the clowns of Nineveh
We wanted to be nice
Never told them we were vegetarians
And starved instead

Day 22 brought us closer to freedom
Bellies rumbling from spoilt milk and the cheese of the damned
We filled up on chili-lime pistachios
And everybody saw we were nuts

Regret became a commodity
Instead, we swam in gold
Never did we ever look away, not once
Until Trish went under
We had to dive down deep, so that she might live

The winds of change dropped their G-forces, and instead looked to the sea
The winds of chance took us home again
Where we didn’t want to be
Having left in the first place
We left again
And looked to the sea, ourselves


Sunday, June 10, 2007


This cartoon is by Dan Reynolds.
It came from a wonderful little blog I like to frequent, called "Keeping Chickens in your back yard"
Or http://successwithpoultry.blogspot.com/

It's great if you've got a poultry related problem, or just want some friendly tips on how to keep your feathered friends happy.
For instance, yesterday, my White Crested Polish chickens' eggs hatched, and I wanted to find out how to tell the sex of the newborn chicks.
KCIYBY was just the ticket. So, if you have Chicken related questions, just like I do, check them out