Inhuman Swill : Page 208
Why is my blog called Inhuman Swill? Because you can unscramble the pieces to make William Shunn.
            

Sing along!

I guess that's why they call it cheap booze.
Wine in my hands will be puke on my shoes.
      Popping the bottle,
      Chugging that Ripple
      Like milk from a nipple.
      Now I'm seeing triple,
And I guess that's why they call it cheap booze.

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Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

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And to all you Brits—nyah nyah nyah!

(Just kidding! You chaps are swell. You made this all possible.)

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Howdy, Mr. Perrott

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Hey, I want to welcome my good friend [info]ricperrott to LiveJournal. Hi, Ric! Canadians welcome!

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      TODAY'S WEATHER
      PARTLY SUNNY
      WINDY & COOL
      RUDY GIULIANI

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The Wayback Machine!

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God bless the Wayback Machine at Archive.org! You can surf the Web the way it used to be!

Remember when I posted about how the Zip disk containing the older versions of my Web site got corrupted and I lost all the data? Well, thanks to the Wayback Machine, I've recovered the earliest of those versions!

Check it out! Here's my original Web site, and my old "Mormon Matter" site too!

Hallelujah!

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The Plan

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Only ten or so hours until I finally get to see the Dismemberment Plan live. Woo-hoo!

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The American fanatic

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As promised, a public humiliation for Jason Earl: "The American Fanatic." Hey, I do what I can.

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Op-ed piece on newsstands now!

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Hey, my op-ed piece for ON Magazine (formerly Time Digital), "Web of Hope," is out now! The December issue is available on newsstands in this fine country as we speak. Unless you have a really well-stocked newsstand nearby, your best best is probably to look for it in the computer magazine section at your nearest Barnes & Noble. (The B&N at Union Square had about 20 copies last time I looked. That was before I bought half of them.)

Kind of depressing, though, that a one-page essay paid more than any single piece of fiction I've ever sold, at any length.

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Pollock's fractals

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For you math/art geeks out there, there's a fascinating article in the November Discover about fractal patterns in Jackson Pollock's work.

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Bilmo steps out

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Bilmo and Laura
Laura and I went to the wedding of our friends Eric and Vera over the weekend. Some pictures just came back, and it looks like I was getting a little crazy...

That woman with Bilmo sure is gorgeous, eh?
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The Accidental Terrorist 30th Anniversary Sale

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that even a
missionary
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William Shunn

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