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


Man, oh, man! Where the hell have I been? I haven't updated this thing, or any other thing, in forever. Well, the answers to the where-the-hell-have-I-been question are "in Minnesota with my gal ninafarina" and "pretty damn busy". But I finally got some time to plug something into the big content hole. I'll be updating later today about where I've been and what I've been doing, but for now, enjoy this stuff.

First, in case you haven't already, dig my contribution to the Pindeldyboz holiday issue, which is located here.

Second, there's a whole slew -- yeah, I said it, a slew of updates at the ol' Ludic Log, holiday-themed and otherwise. Check it out, y'all, check it check it out.

Last Monday: the now-infamous Edward Gorey rip-off annual Christmas poem.
Last Tuesday: Santa Claus visits his friendly neighborhood loan officer.
Last Wednesday: some of my co-workers attempt to remember Christmas carols.
Thursday: a real winner of a Christmas letter from prison.
Friday: Jesus, Mary and Joseph: the custody battle.
Saturday: my yearly Christmas message.
Sunday: a link to someone's rather laborious but entertaining Spy archives.
Monday: since I missed lists and sausage on Saturday, here they are Monday -- with a New Year's theme.
Tuesday: soul-searching at your local department store.

Share and enjoy.
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