Sunday, January 30, 2011

More technical difficulties

Having trouble with the scanner software, so nonsense may be light while we get that worked out. Some fan fiction may be available this week, though.

In the mean time, you can see this visual nonsense I made last week
Feel free to, you know, post that on your Twitter or Facebook or whatever. If you don't have epilepsy, I mean. If you do, you probably shouldn't look at it.

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Soccer caves

Actual true story: portions of today's nonsense were read aloud by a robotic computer voice to a bunch of BDSM dungeon people filming a live porn webcast. Just, you know, so you're informed of all the relevant metadata here.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Bingle bongle spingle spangle

I am somewhat surprised to learn that I did not invent the phrase "bingle bongle", but luckily I can still apparently claim invention of the full "bingle bongle spingle spangle"

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Welcome new visitors

If you are just joining us, may I suggest some of our nonsense greatest hits, in not much of an order:

-The Friar and the Hats
-The Baby Had Fallen
-Read Between the Lines
-Falconers Tavern
-Adjective Nouns
-Contractual Appliance
-Lisa Frank and the Aesthetics of LSD-based Art
-Cubed Farts
-Tears of Joy
-Fingercocks McGee
-Bear Suits
-You Know Better
-Cetacean Espionage
-Cat Paint
-The Lonely Skeleton
-Last Will and Testament
-A Typewriter Rose
-Jarritos on Minidisc
-When in Oaxaca...
-Nagorno-Karabakh Bureau of Tourism

And, obviously, you'll want to read the Buster Posey/Tim Lincecum fanfiction. Start here: Chapter 1
We're currently on page 80, so you've got some catching up to do.

We've got plenty of other nonsense here too, I just grabbed a selection that immediately jumped out at me. I don't remember 3/4 of the things we've "written" so I probably missed "good" stuff. Read it all! Or, you know, don't. Whatever.

Monday, January 10, 2011

Emerald Solution

There is some Giants fan fiction around here somewhere, but it has been misplaced so I haven't scanned it yet. Working on it, don't worry.

Back in business

Computer fixed. Great 21st century success. Now we can use our 19th and 20th century writing technology again.