Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator (ludickid) wrote,
Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator


Whoa-ho, the Ludic Log is finally back after the great Philadelphia Hiatus! I'm gonna try like hell to keep the thing rolling, but if we end up moving, the next two weeks are going to be hectic to say the least. Anyway, here's what we got:

Friday: a Fotoblog Friday featuring people, places and things from my trip to Philadelphia for the 215 Festival. Note in advance that my camera was dysfunctional during much of this trip and I am a bad photographer, so many pictures are missing and the ones that remain are blurry and crappy.

Saturday: Special Philadelphia/215 Festival-related lists and sausage for your dining pleasure.

Sunday: as usual, Sunday is just a link, but you should check it out nonetheless, because unlike most of my links, this one is useful and interesting.

Monday: a recap in incomprehensible, rambling high-Pierceian style of my sojourn in Phila and my comings and goings at the 215 Festival. Or at least as much of them as I can remember given how drunk I was, so please forgive me if I failed to mention you or the four kilos of cocaine you sold me.

Tuesday: okay! Enough of the goddamn 215 Festival already! Fine then. Here's another one of those dumb-ass comedic dialogue things all the kids are crazy for. It's called "Frankenfood, or, Guess What's Coming To Dinner?"
Tags: whorin'

  • Taken for Granted

    Goodness knows our society has long mistaken the exhortation to kill its idols for an invitation to shit on its most talented members, but sometimes…

  • How Fandom Works: A Non-Toon

    1.  JERRY FAN:  I love pies 2.  JACKY FAN:  I also love pies 3.  ( both eat pies with little enthusiasm) 4.  JERRY FAN:  This pie would make a…

  • The Health of the Clear Sky

    Suicide, as a tactic of war, seems to hold a particular horror for us.  Because it is so seemingly foreign to the West (although, really, it bears…

  • Post a new comment


    default userpic

    Your IP address will be recorded 

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.
  • 1 comment