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People sometimes come to this blog to read about fountain pens and how to care for them and use them for drawing and hand lettering, so I thought I would share with you what I do to get started with … Continue reading
Do you know what these things are, and what they’re for? If you know, can you remember the boxes they came in, the sounds they made, the way they smelled? How ridiculously angry you would get when one worked only … Continue reading
I happened to be riding in the car with a friend of mine today, and he told his fellow passengers that at school this week their class had made a list of a hundred words that began with the letter … Continue reading
Along with all your cool and interesting real-human-being style comments, I also get a fair amount of spam comments here on the blog. The blogging software’s filters take care of a lot of it so I never even see it, … Continue reading
The one buckeye tree in the neighborhood, this one week in September, when the buckeyes are ripe: this is the true end of summer and the official beginning of fall. If you’ve never pulled a ripe buckeye out of its … Continue reading
Two excellent soft tacos in a styrofoam clamshell box: each of them consisting of a flour tortilla, greasy spicy skirt steak, that grainy Mexican cheese, lettuce-tomato-sour cream, and red salsa. (That’s “American style” according to the menu.) You eat the … Continue reading
I’ve started carrying the small camera around on more of my walks, and last week I saw this slightly mysterious arrangement of objects. Why, I wondered, was the ice blue snowflake gown hanging in the window in the last hot … Continue reading
I’ve decided I’m finally going to make a computer font out of my hand lettering. Several fonts, actually, I hope: one of all caps, one of bolded all caps, and one of my upper and lower case printing, all of … Continue reading
Number one: speciesist advertising campaigns. Seriously, said the Professor, the Newcastle Werewolf is not even a Thing. It’s not like they named the beer after some legitimate, if farfetched, element of folklore. No, it’s exploitation, pure and simple. Just another … Continue reading