Monthly Archives: August 2011

Speaking of Irene-related misfortune…

The Piltz household had none. The giant, three-pronged death tree chilling in my backyard looked god in his or her face and said “i fall when I fucking want to!” And decided to spare the piltz family one hell of … Continue reading

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My Basement Flooded Last Night

The following is a log of events, starting in the early morning hours of August 28th. 1:00 — Father wants a baseball cap so his head doesn’t get so wet doing his paper rounds. I don’t quite see the point, … Continue reading

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And while I’m still in an update-y kind of mood…

I want to talk about music. I very much like music and I haven’t talked about a whole lot of music on Hopscotch since… let’s see… June 24th. June. Freaking. 24th. That is sixty-four goddamn days, people (otherwise known as … Continue reading

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Mark’s Manga Rundown Vol. 2 (8/26/2011)

Yes, your eyes do not deceive you, I am, in fact, remembering to not only update Hopscotch but to talk about the manga I read at the same time! Madness, I know. So let’s get started. Bleach I vaguely remember … Continue reading

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So People Are Telling Me There Was An Earthquake

A 5.8 hit DC, apparently. I wouldn’t have known though, because despite people living a block away from me having noticed, I was taking a nap and felt nothing. wtfwheresmyearthquake =(

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Fun Times

1) Hi I still do post things here once in a while ;D 2) Yes, I do miss having a laptop of my own terribly. 3) I think that’s more than enough number-business, so now onto bigger and better things: … Continue reading

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Has Reality Flipped? The GOP Actually Wants To Raise Taxes?

Could it possibly be that, since the crackpot Reaganomics era, Republicans have finally seen the light and come out of their ivory- lined closets of classist stupidity, in an unprecedented move to raise taxes for the top 2% controlling the … Continue reading

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