praise for
days of naze
you treat me like a backseat nothing
i'm tired of this i'm going to put you down

days of  
n a z e  




strung out 
brush with greatness 
soul food  


An obnoxiously large

(101k .wav) audio greeting

from the Author.

February 4, 1999   
Seduction and Indulgence

Wherein the Author is seduced by the allure of the cathode ray tube and Nielsen ratings into drawing ever more tenuous connections between himself and an acquaintance who appeared on not one, but two of the most highly watched network tv shows in the history of humankind.

O.k., a bunch of people watched it.

New in the smelly closet known as Brush with Greatness: He's Not A Doctor, But He Plays One On TV.


p..s. Joining the new days notification list only hurts a little bit, but in a good way.






previously on days of naze: 

shat upon
geek of the weak
pre-game stupid
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?
new praise.

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


in the feedbag: 
VCR: Picnic at Hanging Rock - Director's Cut, slow, building, excruciating tension -- scared the crap out of me, reminded me a lot of the b&w film The Innocents (an adaption of Turn of the Screw); Out of Sight - solid show; Wild Things - not nearly as erotic as one would have hoped.

web: Dost He Protest Too Much?; Oregon jurors rule that terrorism is not protected speech - even on the Web.

game: Rogue Squadron. That's Captain Naze to you, ensign.


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