Friday, September 16, 2011

Thirty days of suck II: clothes make the man

Dueling banjos: first, I'm playing by the rules of the game, but I'll feel more comfortable when churning out inanimate objects, digitized. Second, the subject of my shirt, Rome from Luxembourg, I've got an ossuary to pick with your impending November newness: a triple disc, boxed, one hundred fifty-plus minutes of music, & you just know some of us overseas material culturalists will make do with one less internal organ to shell out the high scratch for it, so you owe us a fucking American tour. Do it for the League of Nations.


















Tomorrow, easy like Saturday morning, suspended water.

16 comments:

thatgirl said...

Who would have thought that Rome In A Box would cost more than Church In A Box? You're SO DEMANDING.

Maybe you can work out some deal where they're play at your house, or something.

http://romenorthamerica.blogspot.com/

Lisa said...

May you get your wish as a reward for continuing on with this adventure.

Hoodies rule.

Randal Graves said...

THAT'S TOTALLY DIFFERENT.

Do we know anyone in the local musick biz? I couldn't network my way out of a bag, paper or plastic.

I'm hoping to get participation points today from the German on my shirt.

Randal Graves said...

lisa, en plus, they help doing crime.

thatgirl said...

It's too bad your hoodie doesn't have Rosa Luxembourg's face on it. Otherwise you would.

But, mad props to you, Earl for rocking the raiment of the Peonage.

Jim H. said...

LOCATION: ATLANTA, GA
COST: TBD
ATTENDANCE: 35
TICKETS: COMING SOON

How can they pay for the trip if only 35 people are planning to attend?

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

30 t-shirts in 30 daze.

P.S. colorful fungi.
~

okjimm said...

boy, cool T..... I do not think I would have the attention span to geet beyond day one... Bravo

Laura said...

I wish I had cool t-shirt like that.
I *am* wearing my Pride and Prejudice tee today though.... :)

((Hugs))
Laura

susan said...

As the Romans would say 'Vive hodie' - Live today. I think they were famous for toga quotes.

Beach Bum said...

...some of us overseas material culturalists will make do with one less internal organ to shell out the high scratch for it...

I've heard rumors, the sources are classified but scary given their community standing, that damn near anyone can fly down to a few places off the legalistic grid like Peru, sell a kidney, and come home with an easy 40k.

I'm just saying....

Randal Graves said...

thatgirl, no need to worry now that went boozin' & criminal enterprisin' instead.

jim, extreme couponing, of course.

if, holy hell, those are confectiontastic.

okjimm, beyond day one of what?

laura, Austen'll fuck anyone's shit up good.

susan, everyone, even the Romans, thought the Stork was brain damaged.

BB, hmm. I do need a new pair of glasses.

S.W. Anderson said...

"I'll feel more comfortable when churning out inanimate objects, digitized."

I take it to mean you've suffered discomfort from churning out animated objects, analog.

I hope that's not like in a horror flick, where some unbelievably grotesque critter emerges from the protagonist's chest or belly, or wherever. Aside from the eww factor, that can be damned hard on the wardrobe.

Tom Harper said...

"Ich hoffe auf die Teilnahme Punkte zu bekommen heute von der deutschen auf meinem Hemd."

OK, wie Sie es wünschen, hier sind Ihre Teilnahme Punkte.

Tengrain said...

Graves you swine!

It's like Ichabod Crane, it is! Except I think that there was a pumpkin in that one.

Regards,

Tengrain

Randal Graves said...

SWA, this is the best spaghetAAAAAHHHHHRRRRRGHHHHHsplat.

tom, ich hatte wirklich gehofft, für etwas Geld, Sie billige Bastard.

tengrain, & there's no way in hell I'd ever get on a horse again.