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Ventriloquists voice their dumb self vivisections. Vet divisive vice.

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Cute Father’s Day Card

Father’s Day has never been a big deal to me. In fact, sometimes I think we have too many of these days and should be happy with birthdays and statutory holidays. At other times I’m struck that time spent bringing … Continue reading

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I beg your pardon

I know that you believe that you understood what you think I said, but I am not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant. – Robert McCloskey

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The Ticking and micrographica

Renée French is the creator of the two graphic novels The Ticking (2005: top shelf productions GA) and micrographica (2007: top shelf productions GA). The ticking is my favourite of the two works.  It’s a wonderful tale of a young … Continue reading

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Funny Business

This quote from “The Steel Trap”, a short story written in 1898, by the interesting character George Ade popped up today in my Quotes of the Day feed. Besides being very amusing it sums up so much about our present … Continue reading

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Crispin Glover on Letterman

Crispin Glover’s infamous appearance on Letterman was in 1987 and yet it still is a hot topic on the internet. That fact, in itself, shows how cool the internet is. I, for one, love it when a host like Letterman … Continue reading

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Font Convention

I heard tell of the Font Convention video on Leo Laporte and Amber MacArthur’s net@night podcast. For those geeks (like me) who have been in the biz for a while and know fonts this is a brilliant video. I especially … Continue reading

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