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Vero

Posted 14 May 2008 | By | Categories: Things in Michael™'s Life, Vero | No Comments

This is an album dedicated to Veronica Ribera. Happy Birthday!

Blog #3: You Can Blog If You Want To, Your Friends Don’t Advise It, But If They Don’t Advise It, Well I’m Not Sure You Should Be Friends With Them In the First Place.

Posted 13 May 2008 | By | Categories: Blog | No Comments

So this blog started off great! Last time I blogged (which was not nearly soon enough, you know how it gets), I was in Bolivia and there was a big whole hubbub, Bub, about a thing called “autonomia”. It’s very complicated, so I’ll illustrate it with a drawing in microsoft paint: This picture should answer […]

Cold Stone Creamery is Corrupting Traditional American Values by Katie Jacobson

Posted 13 May 2008 | By | Categories: Katie Jacobson, Media, Watt Wilby Wilby | No Comments

Entering Cold Stone Creamery, one is assaulted with the smell of numerous flavors of ice cream and the nearly countless toppings available to be mixed in to this ice cream. The staff, permanently cheerful, allows one to sample ice cream flavors before committing to a “Creation” (Cold Stone’s name for the unique ice-cream-and-topping mixtures they […]

You’re gone

Posted 11 May 2008 | By | Categories: Media, Mood Weirdmore, Music by People Michael™ Knows | No Comments

by my cousin Mood Weirdmore (Robert Kaye) You’re gone

Results and Discussion

Posted 08 May 2008 | By | Categories: Media, Stories by mike!, Uncategorized | No Comments

Results and Discussion My colleagues and I have come to the conclusion that the life of our subject, Ms. Reilly, is a depressing one. Our results indicate that she makes us feel for her, although we cannot do anything for her. We cannot intervene, you know, so that we don’t skew the data. Personally, though […]

The Boy With Lights in His Eyes by Roberto Figueroa

Posted 05 May 2008 | By | Categories: Media, Roberto Figueroa, Stories by People Michael™ Knows | No Comments

Across the street, children pressed two fingers against their lips and exhaled, pretending to smoke. The fog that covered the darkened town felt made of these breathes; sticky warm and based on pretend. The boy with lights in his eyes walked alone and un-costumed. The children hurried on. His sunglasses no longer worked. He couldn’t […]

Obama Breaks, Forcefully, With Ex-Pastor Over Fired Remarks that he is a Simulacra Humanoid Robot

Posted 05 May 2008 | By | Categories: Jimmy Crack, Media, Watt Wilby Wilby | No Comments

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Senator Barack Obama broke forcefully on Tuesday due to comments made by his former pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright Jr., in an effort to curtail a drama of race, values, patriotism and betrayal that has enveloped his presidential candidacy at a critical juncture. At a news conference here, Mr. Obama denounced […]

Tragic

Posted 05 May 2008 | By | Categories: Media, Music by People Michael™ Knows, Pattycakes and the Riffers | No Comments

by Pattycakes and the Riffers’s Pat Janulis. Tragic

Blog #2: Life is Blog, the rest is just Blogtails and Dirty Limericks.

Posted 01 May 2008 | By | Categories: Blog | No Comments

There once was a boy who was named Blog, who had a thing he could flog but when he went to the dance he seized into a trance and the DJ thought he was a log. When I grew up, these were the sorts of limericks my dad used to scream to me before going […]

Photos by Daniel Villarroel Torrez™

Posted 29 April 2008 | By | Categories: Daniel Villarroel Torrez™, Media, Photos by People Michael™ Knows | No Comments

“Shetland Museum. Lerwick, Shetland Islands – Scotland,” says Daniel Villarroel Torrez™, family friend of Bolivia, friend.