April 5, 2009



Less than one complete day has finished itself since the initial exhibition of my previous new internet object. I did not like that being at the top of my page. I am not sure I particularly desire this audacious foolishness there, either, but at least it is finished with faster. I don’t have much to say about it. I am too appalled.
It is estimated that The Government spends two trillion greemish meepmarks (to put that in perspective, it is approximately 320 billion krippendorfian megapesos) annually on sophisticated aircraft like these and we simply cannot afford to assign them such incompetent pilots. Do disregard the rumors that the firm Pineco was unjustly granted a no-bid contract to manufacture the planes and has used substandard building materials to cut its own costs.

Also, the new These Green Eyes album Relapse to Recovery is still for sale. It is not on sale, and ordinarily I would advocate waiting until a thing was, because everything will be eventually, but sometimes pumpkins.

10 Responses
  1. 1
    2:25 am, April 6, 2009

    The Froogle Street Crew sez:

    I understand if you fly one of those out the window into a tornado, you win. Got to Watch out for the basketballs and vicious, jumping fish along the way. though.

    When I first saw the “These Green Eyes Again” link on the side of the page, I assumed it was the title of an Irish folk song (I enjoy Irish folk songs). Alas, it was not. Perhaps they play such, though…?

  2. 2
    3:03 pm, April 6, 2009

    Marielllllllllluhhhhhhhh sez:

    hahaha, you’re right – it is not “on” sale.

    that made me laugh. I talked to Collywagons yesterday, said you might be doing some artwork possibly?

    I hope so!!!!

    hope all is well, B-Money$.

    – Ella

  3. 3
    8:25 pm, April 6, 2009

    B-Money$ sez:

    It is a possibility. I just hope he did not make the offer out of pity. If that is the situation, then somewhat less than all is well.

    I have absolutely no idea what your first comment is about. Yet again I am impressed by the consistent ability of your knowledge to surpass my own. I did what I could to find out, but in searching for those various terms in association with each other I only discovered an awful, awful paper airplane flash game I’ll never play again, and the primary obstacles were identical hanging plants. That is, assuming you even meant paper airplanes when you said “those.” Who knows? Not I!

    I don’t know if you ever saw it (history suggests that you probably did), but I made a “mermaid” picture with the hope that The Band might possibly use it for something. The creature initially was holding its eyes in its hands, and it was suggested to me by Collywagons that drawing attention to actual eyes was not a theme they were interested in. I assume this extends to song titles/woids. Even the kumquat-esque “ghosts” in the album picture merely possess black voids where eyes would normally go. Or that could just be a ghost thing. I do wish more bands (these being bands in general) with band names made some effort to make sense of their names; they obviously aren’t putting that effort toward making songs I might enjoy.

  4. 4
    10:47 pm, April 6, 2009

    Pigbuster sez:

    I believe that the game the FSC was advocating happens to be the one seen in the page the link below is link-ed to.


    I also believe that I may have been too hasty with my beliefs.

  5. 5
    10:51 pm, April 6, 2009

    Marielllllllllluhhhhhhhh sez:

    I think that a lot of the time bands would prefer to “be” their name rather than to have the name have any actual meaning behind it.

    I know that sounds a little lame but in a way in makes sense. People don’t really care (in my opinion) about the name of the band but more so what it represents in their mind. For example, I think of the band name “Matchbox 20” and immediately associate it with awful, garbage music. The complete opposite is to be said about The Beatles. The average person hears that name and thinks of the band’s legacy, all their songs, the band members etc…….rarely ever does one think of The Beatles like a bunch of bugs.

    Obviously you understand this hahaha but i mean, in a way its just like a marketing/business thing. You try and name your band with something that sounds mildly attractive to your audience and hope that it lives up to people’s expectations either way. It’s a flawed system though because most bands fucking suck which means most names suck too (?)

    What have you been listening to lately? Anything?

  6. 6
    8:25 am, April 7, 2009

    The Bugle Crete Few sez:

    Though I have not played the PRO version, but rather an earlier version which among other things limited one entirely to indoor areas aside from the aforementioned tornado victory screen, nor seem likely to do so in the near future as it is apparently Mac-exclusive, SeƱor Swine Smasher is indeed correct as to the meaning of the above comment. As the game in question is decidedly non-awful, non-flash-based, and features far kookier obstacles than mere house plants, I can only assume you were in fact playing a cheep knock-off/ill-conceived tribute. The original would well be worth devoting some time to however.

    You may also want to point out to the green-eyed fellows that one of the E’s appears to be loose and has swiveled in the above cover image. I hope someone picked up on that before it went to print. How embarrassing!

  7. 7
    9:01 pm, April 7, 2009

    Fleeplezeep sez:

    So you were right after all. Congratulations, you win a grape.

    Whatever the situation I often feel like a twit using these peculiar, specific names to refer to dopey mopes with guitars and drumsets barely distinguishable from each other, especially when so many are only commonly associated with a single song, which might as well be referred to in place of the band.

    What I have listened to lately: I hear the wind, I hear muffled vote-off shows from the downstairs television, I hear THAT CAT ARRRRRRGH CAT EVERY DAY. Strictly regarding music items, I have taken a liking to this one, despite it sounding like the Weather Channel and being a reworked version of a Gradius 3 tune I am familiar with; usually remakes bother me, Or often enough that I ought to know better than to look for them. Also, they take up heaps more hard drive space than the old midi-type versions when they’re mp3s.

    I thought this would be easier than uploading to my own space but it’s a tad pretentious, isn’t it?

    conical corn snack enthusiast:
    I assumed you didn’t mean the flash-based off-ripper, but I had to confess my experience to somebody.
    I am as likely to play the correct game as you are, myself not having convenient access to a macintosh themed computer. On the occasions when I have gotten near it, with the intention of breaking my disillusionment over any of the surely awful computer games I once used during school hours, the system has informed me that it is unable or unwilling to run programs invented prior to a certain point. The mythic method for circumventing this is perpetually beyond the scope of the business I mean to tend to at the time.

    Regarding letters, as long as the ‘S’es are kept in line I’m not going to get in anyone’s business. Although I suppose preventative measures are more likely to be taken if I point out the current error, it is just as probable other letters will be deliberately fiddled with in the hope of defeating me.

  8. 8
    2:24 am, April 8, 2009

    Pigbuster sez:

    Actually, the site I linked to happens to have an available link to Glider the Classic, and apparently there is a version available for the popular non-macintosh operating system.


    Do with it what you will.

  9. 9
    2:27 am, April 8, 2009

    Pigbuster 2: Redemption sez:

    I should have mentioned that you should look at the bottom of the page I linked to for the windoz-suitable link.
    Oh, now don’t I look the fool, with my two comments in a row, in a row.

  10. 10
    8:32 am, April 8, 2009

    Fluplezoop sez:

    Eh, it was more my error than yours.
    I saw the phrase “mac exclusive” and then looked at the page on mac.com where three of the six links said Mac Os in them, and somewhere in the process it got into my mind that I must have, at some point in the last year or so, dropped the detail that a close relative of mine bought some awful, brand new, $1200 macintosh thinger on an apparent whim and I could not offer any advice as to what to do with it*. In actuality I merely ought to read things more closely, but it’s so unusual to be acknowledged by three distinct people.

    *Other than to use Doxbox, in a magnificent irony. And since it was the sickly Macos version the front-end didn’t work, which somehow led to me being the only person who could get games to run in it.

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