Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Some Daily Boos

Okay, I'm a little preoccupied with the Hitchhiker's right now.

Ford Prefect.

Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Your Mama

Our new Sim baby looks more like Mama than baby #1 did. Here's the new one next to Mama at age seven (2nd grade, school picture) and Mama again at age nine (an ill-fated year on the cheerleading squad for my brother's pop warner football team, the Wildcats).

Here is a photo I found after doing a Google image search for the phrase "looks like mama."

That Staind Song

The second baby. Looks a lot like the first, don't it?

The second baby screaming.

The first child, now pregnant, holding the second child.

The second grown up a bit.

If you've ever wondered what I'd look like as an old man...

... Or Carrie as an old woman.


(bite me)


Monday, April 18, 2005

Events to Look Out For

May 7th:
*Rusty arrives in Mississippi by plane.
Post-May 7th:
*Videos may be made.
*Double-dates may be had.
*The Strawberry Explosion will record their new song "Boobalean."
*Hoffmans may be visited.
*Orlando, specifically Universal Studios, may appear in digital photos.
*Spells will be visited.
*Glasses will be worn.
*Hugs will be given indiscriminately.
*Phones will not be used.
*Summer-lovin' will have us a blast.
*Sweet Pepper's Deli will serve two patrons with brown hair.
*Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant will serve two patrons with really pale skin.
*There will be no Boos except for Daily Boos.

Wednesday, April 13, 2005

The Georgetown Re-Do

This was the original cover the review ran by us before they decided to go in a different direction.

By the way, Carrie, no one is going to shell out five dollars for us in a million years.

Monday, April 11, 2005

Conquering the World, One Literary Journal at a Time

The new issue of Georgetown Review is out, featuring my story "Watching Out for Wallace" on page 25 and Rusty's story "Every Three Years" much, much later on page 338. Our stories are straining to make out with each other. Right now, they are sleeping facing away from each other, but with their asses touching. You can (and should) get a copy of the humongous issue for just five buckies. Head now to your local newsstand--okay, not your local newsstand or even Barnes and Noble, but it should be a simple process of mailing a check to Kentucky and getting a book a week or so later. The editor was so pleased to have us that he used us as advertising on the cover.


The Microsoft wireless optical mouse comes in two different colors and features a long battery life. Some users experience up to six months worth of usage. The wirelessness presents the ultimate in freedom and the opticalness keeps you from having to clean the gunk from the mouse balls.

Mouse balls.

The Fellowes mouse pad with gel wrist support keeps my wrist from being bruised, and the gel substance feels like something that I might -- on a lonely night -- have sex with.

Sex with.

Wednesday, April 06, 2005

Since Sometimes Photos Are Enough

Now I don't have to think of anything additional to say: 1,000 words already included and all.

Monday, April 04, 2005

Recent Developments on the WWW

Spring Break Pictures
are now available on The Carrie Hoffman Webpage. I am not as discerning or
stingy as Rusty is so there are 21 of them, instead of four.

I have been working for a while on the Holiday Fiction issue of the
Mississippi Review, and now it's up for everyone to read. So read it! I read over 200 stories for this. There's an introduction by me and a Christmas story by Rusty W.S.

Friday, April 01, 2005

April Fools!

I'm afraid the GLORY!blog will be shutting down because Carrie broke up with me. I put my fist through a chalkboard when I found out (she called me on my cell phone at school). She broke up with me because I'm "just not skinny enough" for her. She also considers blue eyes to be a genetic sign of weakness. I figure this is the best time to give up Cokes and start smoking and drinking instead.

April Fools, everyone! I don't have a cell phone!