All entries for September 2006
September 28, 2006
September 03, 2006
Whenever I’m in an internet cafe, I have a powerful urge to blog. An urge almost reproductive in its amplitude. Therefore, I will rattle out one of those marvellous, content-free ejaculations so common to the blog community, nay blogosphere, sorry Tavner.
I’m in Camden Town. Get me. I only came in here to check the train prices, which are pleasantly affordable, meaning I will take a trip to Leamington this afternoon to have a gander at my new flat[mates].
Coming soon: a comic vignette featuring an inept, wannabe modern-day-samurai. I.e. non-fiction.
In other news, The Mars Volta still rock hard
And the best quote I’ve ever heard about Muse from the Guardian Guide:
Quite simply, Muse give pompous, overblown, pretentious rock music a good name.
September 01, 2006
I’ve just been lighting cheap matches by a dried-up stream.
Matches so cheap that the flame goes out moments after it is lit. Just a spark, then nothing. How’s that any use?
Before that, I accidentally uninstalled all of my Steam files… leaving an irrevocable 8 gig hole in my C: drive…
I contemplate: the planet is organising itself according to the pattern of human psychology – the “developing world” its unconcious, Western democracy its belligerent ego, the media its hypocritical conscience. The only solution is forced, brutal therapy...