Saturday, 14 June 2008
Friday, 13 June 2008
Although nobody wants to be the bearer of bad news, the means outweigh the immediacy with which this message needs to be relayed at once to every dutiful citizen of the free world. It has come to our attention that various apparatuses, namely toilets, vacuum cleaners and other household "sucking" devices have become responsible for a terrible effect. Namely, each time the air is brought through a tube, it deepens the pull of atoms in the air thereby minimally increasing the gravitational pull. Although singly, they have no affect, conjunctively they are bringing catastrophe to our planet.
Originally, we scientists believed carbon emission in the atmosphere was responsible for ozone depletion, but it is now widely recognized that toilet flushing is the main cause for ozone depletion in BOTH hemispheres.
We (undersigned scientists of America) urge you all : PLEASE STOP FLUSHING! And limit vacuuming to a minimum. We fear an escalation in toilet use could bring imminent danger to our planet: Global Warming, Vortexes, Meteors, Iranian Nuclear Weapons, Unwanted Alien Visitors, Small Children, Disruptive Star Clusters (DSC's), Debris or Pluto hurtling towards earth or could possibly put a democrat in the white house.
Thank you for your time,
Dr. P. Knuckle R. Stoutz
and the Center for Redonculous Research
Wednesday, 11 June 2008
I'm not sure why this interview is so abruptly cut into segments, but there are a lot of pieces scattered on youtube. Almost like a puzzle.
It's amazing that she can still be so level-headed and unphased after being more or less a public performer for a few decades.
I picked this clip because it is SO true... we all know it, but it really helps to have someone say it out loud. You might not feel so all alone.
The rest of the interview is great, plus there's a 1983 and 1985(?) interview spliced together which is pretty inane but fun and you can also see how she's remained clear and intent on her art and some really bad early 80s fashion with bad early 80s interviewing.
Friday, 6 June 2008
So I volunteered for MoCCA (Museum of Comics and Cartoon Art... check 'em out this weekend at the Puck Building for the awesome comic fest or at your leisure at 594 Broadway) and had a lot of downtime during the panels.
What else to do but doodle! Luckily I had a full array of markers... but below is a pen gone wild. Enjoy!