Monday, February 13, 2006

Here's to You, Fonseca Wellington

What can I say? I promise to blog and then I fail to follow through. It's tough when the the largest collection of Legos in all of northern central California falls into you possession. But rest assured — even if I don't blog about it, I will build a multicolored brick tower to the sun from my new downtown apartment.

In the meantime, please accept this link to my first-ever pride-worthy article in The Independent. Third article down from the top. Not great, but definitely not terrible.


  1. i haven't seen the switchblade sister, yet. (hadn't heard about it till i randomly saw your blog) but i do love the scissor sisters, and there music makes me so incredibly happy.

  2. As you said, it wasn't bad. At least you come off as interested in your subject matter. Much, much better then the piece that actually announced the winners. I wanted to know who won (mostly because I've met Andrew Dunn, though not recently), but the article made me not care less what the writer had to say, and by the tone, he couldn't care less either.

  3. Anonymous6:55 PM

    Jack H is trying to set me up by posting false homosexually charged messages in my 'anonymous' name on his 'Forgotten Prophets' blog. He has also been editing my own words to imply other falsehoods including potential criminal activity on my part. He may be doing the same elsewhere. I believe that he also plans to post a sexually charged or sem-nude photo and a link and make it appear as if I posted that photo myself. If you happen to see this photo and know of its original source, post that source here. There may be criminal activity involved. Jack H has claimed to be many things including a body builder, psychology major, gun owner, and super genius with an IQ of 164. I have reason to believe that Jack H may actually be a student or staff member at Drake University in Iowa or possibly another in California or Colorado.

  4. Thanks, I'll keep an eye out. Best of luck.