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Matthew Baldwin, of defective yeti fame, wrote an awesome remembrance-of-dogs-past this week in The Morning News: Before I joined the Peace Corps, I thought I knew dogs. Loveable. Loyal. Affable. Man’s best friend. In Bolivia, I met dogs: the canine id—not the superego-in-a-sweater I see today at my local suburban dog park.
Listen to “GRZGEN0619” So we’ve been doing spots for the Memphis Grizzlies and had an opportunity to go see how the big boys play NBA basketball. Unfortunately, on the night we went, they lost. But that didn’t dampen our day. There was superstar funk in the house… and I’m not just talking about the C&C[…]
Scott says, “Charles is a lucky dog, but he has a melancholy side. Some days he just gets fixated on some moment in the past, working it like an old chew toy. We usually get him some green tea and it subsides, but sometimes it’s not out of his system until it’s properly documented, recorded,[…]
From the New Yorker>Shouts & Murmurs>The Wisdom of Children: MOM: Pass the wine, please. I want to become crazy. DAD: O.K. GRANDMOTHER: Did you see the politics? It made me angry. DAD: Me, too. When it was over, I had sex. UNCLE: I’m having sex right now. DAD: We all are. MOM: Let’s talk about[…]
Your Daily Awesome is hosting a great little series of YouTubes called Ira Glass on Storytelling. Around here, we like to call something awesome like this “web goodness.”
Here’s a slide show of our digs. Big thanks to our buddy Jason Masters for taking such pretty pictures.
The Ides of March.
An oldy but a goody from back in March of 2006.
Lately my five year old daughter has taken to screaming. She loves to scream. Thankfully, she is polite about her screaming. If she feels a strong urge to scream she will announce her intentions. “I feel like screaming now,” she will say in a cute little voice before letting out a terrific little squeal that’s[…]
I’d heard this infamous song by Little Roger and the Goosebumps but I didn’t know there was a video. Once again, thank you YouTube, thank you.
Our new favorite band is Dr. Dog. We saw them play last night. They performed really well for a bunch of bearded guys wearing funny hats and sunglasses. We were really impressed by their live rendition of the hit song “The World May Never Know” (from Easy Beat). We know little about Dr Dog. Our[…]
Friday I got a phone call from Adam Matta, human beatbox. He was googling “casting” and “beatbox” and came up with our website. We talked about his touring schedule and some of his current shows. Unfortunately I had to tell him that we didn’t have any projects where we needed a human beatbox but if[…]