Being a catalogue of instances of the totebaggery that threatens the very fabric of our everyday life
Truly, truly, a voice for our "Times."
posted by Lillet Langtry @ 12:56 PM
P.S. It is the capitalization of "Times" which has landed Dan here on TB.
The capitalization of "Times"—and everything else! "He finds his family life an edifying surrogate for the restless spirits of his imaginative work.""To his credit he has created two novels and prepares to complete a third. He has appeared on local cable television to read some of his work."Edifying surrogate! To his credit! Local cable TV! OK, Lillet. I'm so totally with you on this one. That other guy I just felt kinda sorry for. But this one deserves both barrels. Where the hell did you run into him?
OK, now I think I know how you got to him: I just looked at, uh, les poèmes (!)How in god's name did you manage to resist linking to "Health and Future", "a collage painted by Daniel Simpson on September 11, 2001 at the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance located in Chatham, Ontario, Canada and reproduced from some original Picasso paintings" —the sole item occupying the section of his site Dan has dedicated to his "Art Creations."
Wow.....now I understand, completely and in all of its' horrifying snobbery, "Totebaggery".Wowowow...so if I start writing in the thrid person can I be a totebagger too?
Ahhh, to travel North America by motorbike. Fonzworth! Fetch me my riding trousers! This totebaggery thing is a bit new to me. Excuse me, but I spend most of my day 2 floors below ground level. Oh, I see totebaggers all the time, I just never knew how to classify them. They are an interesting phenomenon.
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