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Friday, September 20, 2002
"HE'S 'SINGING,' JIM!" In what's doubtless a big-ass violation of the Prime Directive and several galactic copyright accords, Matt Haughey has posted a couple mp3s from the legendary Leonard Nimoy album "Highly Illogical!" Scotty-Bob says check it out!
posted by a beam 1:29 PM
Thursday, September 19, 2002
AAAAAAHHHHHHHH! MYYYYYYYY EEEEYYYEEEEEESSSSSSS!
posted by a beam 4:03 PM
Wednesday, September 18, 2002
ANGELS IN HIS ARCHITECTURE? OK, this is just a hunch, and I may be wrong, but I'm getting a slight vibe that Welch just might be an Angels fan!
posted by a beam 5:13 PM
THINGS I KNOW TODAY:
Dawn is sorry!
Eric is in Salon!
Lileks and Layne are very, very funny!
The Reverend is a genius!
Billy Joel needs to read more Treacher!
posted by a beam 1:07 PM
Monday, September 16, 2002
IRONY SUPPLEMENT: Neal Pollack has a blog. Also not Sullivan-approved! And be careful! Not only is irony not dead, Pollack seems to have been hoarding great, huge vats of it in his basement! Don't drown in it!
posted by a beam 8:31 AM
ANOTHER INTEL FAILURE BY THE DEPARTMENT OF DISSENT CRUSHING: Steve Earle's new record (out Sept. 24) is quite overtly political. And not in an Andrew Sullivan-approved manner! There's an interview about it here, and some RealAudio song snippets and interviews here.
posted by a beam 7:45 AM



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