Monthly Archives: October 2011

Halloween Playlist and Sandy Claws

Kidnap the Sandy Claws, lock him up real tight Throw away the key and then Turn off all the lights Kidnap the Sandy Claws, beat him with a stick Lock him for ninety years, see what makes him tick. And … Continue reading

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Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Yesterday, Netflix vomited Transformers, Dark of the Moon into our mailbox. The reference to regurgitation being appropriate, since after freeing itself of that DVD, I’m sure Netflix felt much better. (Sorry, suckas. It goes back to you today.) Why was … Continue reading

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A Woman’s Perogative

The average size for a home in the U.S., as of 2009, was 2700 square feet. Our little casa, at 1200, is a mite shy of average. It, along with a half dozen other houses in the neighborhood, was a … Continue reading

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Once thing can be said for the movie Priest. It is 100-percent free of sparkly vampires. Seriously. Unless they’ve been rolled in glitter, vampires shouldn’t sparkle. The vampires in Priest resemble naked mole rats. Which, for a sun-hating, subterranean species, … Continue reading

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Greyhound Racing, Still Full of The Suck

Thanksgiving, about a month away at this point, is coming at the speed of … a greyhound.  The Corrales Society of Artists’ Holiday show will take place over the three days after Thanksgiving. After a whole season of doing next … Continue reading

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