Thursday, April 17, 2008

Marmaduke, bereft of any vestiges of morality as ever, tried to cheat at a game of poker. What's worse than that, it was at a game made up entirely of elementary school girls. What's worse than that, he failed instantly.

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Marmaduke's impotent neighborhood dogcatchers have delusions of grandeur.

Monday, April 14, 2008

Hey, Joe, what's new with you?

I appreciate your interest.

So on April 25 and 26, I am going to Boston to appear at "ROFLcon," which is as far as I can tell a gathering of a bunch of people who have gained some sort of notoriety based on cool and/or dumb shit they did on the internet. I'll be speaking on a panel at 1 PM Friday afternoon, then most likely drinking whiskey for the remainder of the weekend. The people setting up the convention/conference/symposium/nerd party have been incredibly friendly and cool, and it should be a lot of fun, or at least bizarre. Registration appears to be closed, but if this is the sort of thing you would be into, I can't imagine you don't already know about it.

Also, I have my hand in another blog, "Robot McGee Explains Fine Art." If you would like some context, you can find it right over here. Don't expect this one to get updated all that often. Actually: don't expect any of them to get updated all that often. That way, when they do, it's a nice surprise.

I made a short film about the Beatles that I'll hopefully put on the internet soon. I think a lot of you may like that. I'm recording a whole bunch of songs right now, too. Those I'm not so sure how you would react to, but I'm liking them quite a bit at the moment. I have a sunburn and my sister's cat had kittens. I guess that's about all for now. Thank you for asking.

Sunday, April 13, 2008


Marmaduke creator Brad Anderson crafted a zany gag so epic and layered it required two consecutive days to tell it. The breakdown: Marmaduke is trying to read his owner-man's newspaper before Owner Man is finished with it, in multiple distracting and insubordinate fashions, even though he is a dog (dogs can't read newspapers, or anything else).