Wednesday, January 24, 2007
Monday, January 22, 2007
In January I taught you the word ero-kakkoii, I had a dream that XTC recorded a hiphop song and I BLEW THE LID OFF the questionable business practices of Livedoor founder and CEO Horie Takafumi. Also, I did a round-up very similar to this one, but of 2005.
In February I developed a taste for Bollywood soundtracks, yelled at some uncultured parents and laughed at Ronald McDonald while he "exercised."
In March I drank various "health drinks." They didn't make me feel healthy in the slightest.
In April I began a new feature called Piss Me Off. I don't enjoy being pissed off. That's why I hardly ever write that feature any more.
May was the beginning of two months of tooth trouble. I bought a Nintendo DS to ease the pain. The DS is now full of bite marks.
In June I undertook Big Walk 2006. Then I bought a fish and named him Yamagata.
In July I blogged in a very timely fashion about Kumaeri the arsonist web idol and was consequently very proud of myself.
August was a wild month. Man-eating plants, chunky models, iPod trouble, snacks on a plane...I'm not saying anything, I'm just sayin'.
In September I paid tribute to Footloose, a movie about "sticking it to the man" via the magical trinity of drinking, smoking and dancing.
In October I saw a famous person on the street, but couldn't remember who she was until after she was gone. Within 24 hours of that, Yamagata kicked the bucket...or whatever it's called when fish die. They certainly can't kick a bucket without any legs.
In November I had some seriously great ideas about how to improve the Xbox360 game Dead Rising. Capcom still hasn't come to me with a suitable employment package. It's their loss.
In December I replaced some photos of Shinjuku with Folger's Crystals. Let's see if you notice the difference. Also, I made fun of a guy on YouTube who was begging, in specific language, to be made fun of.
Sunday, January 21, 2007
I can now say with confidence that having fluid sucked out of my middle ear through a hole in my eardrum is, without a doubt, the most uncomfortable experience I've ever had, and the closest I've ever come to actually fainting from pain.