"WEALTHY ACCUSATIONS AND POOR DEFENCES"
It's another short story collection, available on lulu.com for around $5. Weird stuff, but that's to be expected 'round these parts. Right?.
New article in the usually quiet 'My Facebook Profile Has a Drinking Profile' Exhibit
New short story: Last Pants
New Tarana Ding Dong (May/June) is outside, so the March/April issue is inside
New Sound Checks: Early 2019 Music Stuff
New Topical Runoff: We Need to Talk About Climate Change and Deadly Diseases
New 'Considering the Visual' Article: The Matrix Trilogy was right about everything (and most of it isn't very good)
Since the Jan/Feb Tarana Ding Dong is right here, the March/ April issue is out in the wild
New short story: The Sometimes Machine
New Here's a Thought
New year, Jan/Feb Tarana Ding Dong out in the world, the issue from Nov/Dec right here
New Topical Runoff: 2018 Review
New Variations on a Theme: Again
New skit, aptly titled A Different Christmas Skit
Here be the Sept/Oct issue of Tarana Ding Dong, so the Nov/Dec issue must be out in the world
New Larry's Wad: Science Through Video Games
New Topical Runoff: The Middle Class is About to Die
New Considering the Visual article: "So Here's the Plan..."
Sept/Oct issue of Tarana Ding Dong is out in the world, so the July/August issue is here
New short story: XD rest s
New Soundchecks article: Kanye Eats Everything/ Sleep Smokes Everything/ Everything Sounds Like Everything Else
Here's a Thought for July of this still bananas year
The May/June Tarana Ding Dong is right here, so the Jul/August issue is available worldwide
New Larry's Wad: What Do We Do With Populism Now?
New short film sceenplay: Coffee on the Tracks
New Topical Runoff piece: We've Lost the Internet
New May/June Tarana Ding Dong in the world, so the March/April issue is right here
New Larry's Wad article on the Nintendo Labo right here
New short story: Hit the Plane Down
New Sound Checks article: Vaporwave and McCartney
New March-April Tarana Ding Dong in the world, so Jan/Feb issue here
New Topical Runoff: Our Own Existence After the Discovery of Alien Life
New Considering the Visual: Okay, now we can talk about The Last Jedi
New Here's a Thought for the first half of this unpredictable year
New short story: My Robot in the Cupboard
Here's scans of the Nov/Dec Tarana Ding Dong, because new the Jan/Feb issue is out there
New Topical Runoff: 2017 Review
New Mumblings for the end of this misbegotten year
New short story: Lost Between the Teeth
Considering the Visual:
Nov/Dec Tarana Ding Dong is out in the world, so here's the Sept/Oct issue
4 New Comics. We haven't done them for awhile.
New Larry's Wad: The Rising Costs of Free Speech
Another New Sound Checks: 'Within Arms' Length' - Whatever Liars Are Now, They're Back
Sept/Oct issue of Tarana Ding Dong is out in the world, so the July/Aug issue is right here
This wonderful digital book of brain-cracked poetry is almost available for mega-purchase.
Click HERE because you are a good, cultured uber man (or woman) wanting more information.
Timetables Coming Soon!
(in the meantime, why dontcha wander down to your closest intercity rail system station and ask for the first ticket out your jerkwater berg?)
Tarana Ding Dong is our 'zine.
(wow, it really looks like shit when shrunk down)
This spot was supposed to hype up another section of this site, but why should we do all the work? Start clicking wildly, lazybones.
In the meantime, here's a polar bear:
|Another urban legend laid to
rest. All twenty six are present and accounted for. And no, we did not
maul a 'u' to create the 'j'.
See, originally we were going to start a webpage of just stuff like this, but you'd be surprised how few sexually suggestive body parts there truly are. I mean, has anyone really seen a Fallopian tube?
"Oh, sir! That's funnier than a vegetable that has grown into a rude and amusing shape!" - Private Baldrick, Blackadder
While we do not necessarily hold the views of the scrawl to the left (a world without freedom of expression and chili fries is not a world anyone should be forced to live in), we can't help wondering if our species would be better off still living in caves and being victim of run-by stonings and saber-toothed tiger attacks instead of being subject to greenhouse gases and way too many unstable people with high powered rifles (although one had much less choice in TV programming back then, that's for sure).
that could make this website better:
The top photo is cancer. The photo below is not.
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