praise for
days of naze
collective effervescence

days of  
n a z e  




strung out 
brush with greatness 
soul food  


An obnoxiously large

(101k .wav) audio greeting

from the Author.

December 13, 1998   

Stupid is as stupid does

'Tis the season for that game with the pointy ball known 'round the world as American football. Don't you think we could have come up with a better name for this game?

Man, don't get me started on stupid things Americans do. [How many square feet in a hectare?] You don't want to see me riled up.

Or maybe you do.

New in Stupid: I Was Possessed by Mob Fever.


p.s. I've been very pleased to meet a few of the lurkers who have been stepping out of the darkness into the firelight. Mr. Bond points out that Yamaha never made a "Magna"; I stand corrected. To Lisa in NYC: To those about to rock, we salute you. (Oo, did I just actually make a not-so-veiled reference to AC/DC? Bad Author! Bad!)

p.p.s.  Hey, new days notification list! Notify this!

p.p.p.s. I'm not sure what this says about the future of higher education or the U.S. federal government, but greetings to MIT, Penn State, the Census Bureau and the General Services Administration...




















previously on days of naze: 

my affair with a greek woman 
brain baker
occupational hazard
i blame them
brilliant mistake
pleasure victim 
the stupid rules 
driven to distraction 
my corner of the planet 
spawn apologist 
interview with a madman 
an introduction 

what have you done for me lately?
more stupider.

May you never be more active than  
when you are doing nothing.  


in the feedbag: 
happenings: Joyeux Anniversaire, Cathy! I think the Wedding Barbie was a major score.

scary party game: At a b-day dinner party for Cathy, someone asked each person to name the first big concert they went to. The answers? Captain & Tenille, Night Ranger, John Denver, The Doobie Brothers (ZZ Top opened!), 2 x Journey, and a partial credit Jane's Addiction to the gentleman who had no clue how cool that was for a first.

magazine: An amazing piece in Harper's where Nick Cave writes the intro to the Book of Mark in a new publication of the Bible, in which he points out J.C. blew his stack every once in a while too.


   stupid    strung out   naze   brush   soul food 


e-mail We few, we happy few...  


< previous   random 
open pages   about   next >  


Chapter Two
[ previous  list  random  next ]