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OK TO GO by Claire Evans

Posted 03 September 2008 | By | Categories: Claire Evans, Media, Universe, Video, Watt Wilby Wilby | No Comments

OK TO GO from universe on Vimeo. Chain of Hyper Space scenes from films. Collaboration with Mike Merrill. Part of the thing which is so appealing about Hyper Space scenes in films is the idea that something fantastic and unknown lies at the end of them. In fact, here are the primary uses of Warp […]

The story of Madeline

Posted 29 July 2008 | By | Categories: Media, Stories by mike!, Watt Wilby Wilby | 1 Comment

Madeline wore a smile on her… papery face. She stood calmly, legs firmly planted in place. “Where do the people go when they’re not around? Do they go on adventures or just out of town?” She thought about this, among other things, While at the dentist, for instance, Replacing her fillings. There was no simple […]

The Grid, a blogicle by Claire Evans

Posted 22 July 2008 | By | Categories: Claire Evans, Media, Watt Wilby Wilby | 1 Comment

From Claire’s blog Universe: The Large Hadron Collider is finally turning on. A quick step backwards: the LHC is a particle accelerator, the largest of its kind, underwritten by all the wild money in science, a ringed tunnel some 27 kilometers long, deep underground, crossing the French-Swiss border at four points. It’s been over twenty […]

Veggies by JM

Posted 12 July 2008 | By | Categories: JM, Media, Watt Wilby Wilby | 1 Comment

I’m in this chair, afraid to move. Someone says we should walk around the cemetery, and although “outside” is an attractive concept, I’m more concerned with the vortex of quicksand in front of me. Transfixed by my toe tornado, I peer in to get a closer look, but don’t see anything. I feel like I’ve […]


Posted 06 July 2008 | By | Categories: Media, Real™ Poems by mike!, Watt Wilby Wilby | No Comments

I tried as hard as I could but I could not I could not try any harder but I could not win I could not win any worse than I did. I blame the wide end receiver.

Beetle Bailey Caption Contest by Alexander Santillanes

Posted 27 June 2008 | By | Categories: Media, Watt Wilby Wilby, X | No Comments

Now, we all know that Beetle Bailey is as sharp today as it was 100 years ago when the strip began as a light-hearted satire of the US’s occupation of the Dominican Republic. Since then, the strip has never shied away from controversial topics, as in recent years when it’s tackled sensitive issues ranging from […]


Posted 19 June 2008 | By | Categories: Media, Mike Bullet Shoes, Tamara Holy Rollin' Wolhwend, Watt Wilby Wilby | No Comments

WHAT MY SISTER TAMARA SAYS ABOUT KIDS WRITING WHEN THEY ARE LITTLE By Michael “The Madman Fighter” Molitch-Hou I talked to my sister, Tamara Eleanor Molitch-Hou-Wolhwend-Hou-Molitch (who changed her name to be more palindromic), the other day. I said, “Hey, big sis!” and I meant big, “Remember growing up?” She said, “No.” I said, “Sure […]

“i bought a ticket, lost a ticket, had to buy another ticket then got off at the right stop on a multi stop bus without signs or anouncements saying where we were” by Lauren Valbracht™

Posted 29 May 2008 | By | Categories: L-Ron Valbracht™, Media, Watt Wilby Wilby | No Comments

The following is an e-mail from my friend Lauren who just went to Costa Rica which has a very rich coast. She’s studying grasshoppers I think: but i’m here! Attached are my bed (eventually with two more people i think) and view from porch tomorrow: look for a spider. I was writing emails then Terry […]

Publish this by JM

Posted 28 May 2008 | By | Categories: JM, JM™, Media, Poems by People Michael™ Knows | No Comments

Stagnation I Find Diamond Kaleidoscope Mind I Have No Focus

Letter from Tim Anderson

Posted 23 May 2008 | By | Categories: Media, Tim, Watt Wilby Wilby | No Comments

I like the site, Mike. I really do. I just realized my chair doesn’t have any armrests, which is surprising and a little annoying. After all, my chair at home has armrests… I think. Maybe I’m imagining things! After all, the sour grapes are always greener on the sunny side of the street, am I […]