From the Archives

And I mean the way-back days. Sheila Ryan Coiffed like a Pinhead. One of the first things I remember seeing in my early days here. For the record, I believe the chick in the photo is now a regular on American Horror Story Asylum. I am addicted.

Parrot in a sweater

Parrot in a sweater

And like a true fashionista, the green Eclectus parrot throws a tantrum if he is forced to change – stamping his feet, flapping his wings and squawking.

(via The Daily Mail)

Hey, buddy.

From the Archives…

…I’ve been meandering back. I loved this question and thread.

He’ll escape. He has to escape.

Runaway Goat Captured By Former African Goat Herder In Brooklyn

(via The Gothamist)

(Still running)

from the archives: October 10, 2010

“Have You Ever Stood Next to an Elephant, My Friend?”

from the archives: December 20, 2010

Chicken on a Raft


 How long can you last?


The Ultra-Condensed Movies


Leonardo DiCaprio:

Your social class is stuffy. Let’s dance with the ship’s rats and have fun.

Kate Winslet:

You have captured my heart. Let’s run around the ship and giggle.

(The ship SINKS.)

Leonardo DiCaprio:

Never let go.

Kate Winslet:

I promise. (lets go)


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from the archives: August 2, 2010

Dear clusterflock: Today’s Dilemma:

Can I do this unobtrusively?

This being: return to the roadside motel where I lived for the past three months, dive into the dumpster to retrieve a garbage bag, open it and retrieve a small trashcan liner filled with vomit and other detritus, and swirl through it in search of a diamond ring that belonged to my mother.

I don’t think I can do this unobtrusively.

Crazy Court is back in session —

— at least in reruns.

Hoisting this post is as poignant for me as it is funny. I’ve been in Dallas for a couple of weeks, in part seeing to troubles swirling around my long-time friend Lee, who’s been diagnosed with a form of dementia.

Lee’s last paying job after her formal retirement was a part-time gig writing summaries of lawsuits filed in various district courts of Galveston (TX) County. Before that, she was . . . oh-so-many and oh-so-much. Read more

from the archives: January 15, 2010


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