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January 16, 2010

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amy c.

Is this guy legal to buy beer in Iowa? It's like you got a response from a puppy. I don't think he understands yet that professionalism counts in publishing. Especially when you go around with your hat out looking for millions of dollars. (Cue defense in which Pupster misses the point entirely.)

amy c.

Incidentally, the Death Wiki made me lol. But not loll.

Polly-Vous Francais

"People loose track of their line of thought for instance."

TheDJ loost track of hi's line of thought too I think.

Barb

Considering my current interest in Bix's possible anointing of a musical successor, Carolyn Kellogg's use of "coronetist" in the LA Times article is certainly not loost on me.

Mike

Editing an encyclopedia is about having fun? This is no time for levity.

amy c.

Hey Mike, what was this business about Crick being on drugs?

mike

Is this site defunct?

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  • The banner image is a detail from Grant Wood’s “Young Corn.” Now owned by the Cedar Rapids (Iowa) Community School District, it was painted in 1931: the same year Bix Beiderbecke died and a year after Wood painted “American Gothic.”

So Sayeth Snoop

  • “But I somehow, some way, keep coming up with funky-ass shit, like, every single day.”

So Sayeth Merle

  • “We don’t make a party out of lovin’.”

So Sayeth Aldous

  • “Nobody can make a habit of self-exhibition, nobody can exploit his personality for the sake of exercising a kind of hypnotic power over others, and remain untouched by the process.”

So Sayeth Van

  • “Gonna put on my hot pants and promenade down funky broadway ’til the cows come home.”

So Sayeth Bob

  • Oh, my name it ain’t nothin’. / My age it means less. / The country I come from / is called the Midwest.

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