Team Poppy June 30, 2012 | 04:52 am

Team Poppy is a great t-shirt I got for father’s day a few years ago. My oldest has called me Poppy on and off for a while. It is very sweet   and you never know how long that kind of thing is going to last. So I made a logo for it.

Image post June 30, 2012 | 04:47 am

You really can’t go wrong with an old Jasper Johns google image snatch to test out how an image looks in a post. This is is encaustic over newsprint in a very intersting work of art now cut and pasted digitally adds to the irony/etc. You really can’t go wrong with an old Jasper Johns google image snatch to test out how an image looks in a post. This is is encaustic over newsprint in a very intersting work of art now cut and pasted digitally adds to the irony/etc. You really can’t go wrong with an old Jasper Johns google image snatch to test out how an image looks in a post. This is is encaustic over newsprint in a very intersting work of art now cut and pasted digitally adds to the irony/etc. You really can’t go wrong with an old Jasper Johns google image snatch to test out how an image looks in a post. This is is encaustic over newsprint in a very intersting work of art now cut and pasted digitally adds to the irony/etc. You really can’t go wrong with an old Jasper Johns google image snatch to test out how an image looks in a post. This is is encaustic over newsprint in a very intersting work of art now cut and pasted digitally adds to the irony/etc. You really can’t go wrong with an old Jasper Johns google image snatch to test out how an image looks in a post. This is is encaustic over newsprint in a very intersting work of art now cut and pasted digitally adds to the irony/etc. You really can’t go wrong with an old Jasper Johns google image snatch to test out how an image looks in a post. This is is encaustic over newsprint in a very intersting work of art now cut and pasted digitally adds to the irony/etc.

 

Now we’re cookin… June 30, 2012 | 04:43 am

The rush of getting my url back was replaced with the crushing tedium of html code editing. So I ran across this theme which I really like.  I would gush about the author, but it is some fairly unknown Russian link and I can’t find any support or understanding. I think the look is lo-fi and clean and a great fit for my sporadic nonesense.

I figured out how to monkey around in editor enough to turn off a little avatar/author link button. Now it’s good.

 

You came! June 27, 2012 | 12:50 pm

Okay, so you probably didn’t come and I’m likely typing out in the wilderness.  If you’re here, you’re likely a friend or family member (or paid link wrangler pumping up my stats!) checking out what crazy junk I’m into. Of course, I still talk and type like it’s the 90’s, which you don’t think of as another era, but it certainly is.  The “crazy junk I’m into” in 90’s lingo means that I’m using my Netscape to login to my aol account.  “Crazy junk” refers to junk or stuff generally that may or may not actually be crazy.

Updating this to today, you can see the problem.  Crazy junk means that your junk (which we all know what this now means, right?) is kind of crazy, and everyone will be wondering if it’s in a box, if you have a disease, or what have you.

See, there it is again.  That stilted early proto-journalistic style of early blog posts comes out. Like my habit in college of trying to call everyone by their last name.  Very “post Cosby show era” and all.  Now, it kind of seems lame.  Or it may just be lame.  At any rate…

I will try and flesh out the history a bit in the about page.

There is a little picture bubble next to each post that I can’t figure out how to get rid of yet, but I’m smitten with the overall design of this great template so I’m not inclined to change it. I don’t know how to add a picture or create a page with the custom url needed, so don’t click on it yet.

 

I own this! June 26, 2012 | 11:26 pm

After many years, spovegas.com finally has fallen into my hands once again!