Águas De Março (1974)

Elis Regina & Antonio Carlos Jobim

In both the Portuguese and English versions of the lyrics, “it” is a stick, a stone, a sliver of glass, a scratch, a cliff, a knot in the wood, a fish, a pin, the end of the road, and many other things. … All these details swirling around the central metaphor of “the waters of March” can give the impression of the passing of daily life and its continual, inevitable progression towards death, just as the rains of March mark the end of a Brazilian summer. (wiki)

Maya Angelou in conversation with Dave Chappelle.

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On his 22nd birthday, Roosevelt married Alice Hathaway Lee, daughter of George Cabot Lee and Caroline Watts Haskell. They had one daughter, Alice Lee Roosevelt on February 12, 1884. Alice died two days after their daughter was born from an undiagnosed case of kidney failure (in those days called Bright’s disease), which had been masked by the pregnancy. In his diary, Roosevelt wrote a large ‘X’ on the page and then, “The light has gone out of my life.” His mother Mittie died of typhoid fever on the same day, at 3:00 am, some eleven hours earlier, in the same house.
Happy Valentine’s Day!

On his 22nd birthday, Roosevelt married Alice Hathaway Lee, daughter of George Cabot Lee and Caroline Watts Haskell. They had one daughter, Alice Lee Roosevelt on February 12, 1884. Alice died two days after their daughter was born from an undiagnosed case of kidney failure (in those days called Bright’s disease), which had been masked by the pregnancy. In his diary, Roosevelt wrote a large ‘X’ on the page and then, “The light has gone out of my life.” His mother Mittie died of typhoid fever on the same day, at 3:00 am, some eleven hours earlier, in the same house.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Forever has to be the most harmonically beautiful thing I’ve ever heard. It’s a rock and roll prayer.

The Beach Boys “Forever” (1971)

brazilianass:

My book, Miss Hennipin, is now available for pre-order. It’s 164 pages in full color and I have no idea how it got that out of hand.  I’m really proud of it.  
The first 25 purchases will include a signed copy and a small, original drawing from me.  There is also a “deluxe” purchase which includes an original page or alternate cover (I made a lot of covers but ended up just ripping off the cover from my last book.)
PRE-ORDER HERE
ORIGINAL ART

Chauncey was my favorite comic to come out in 2013.  Be real with me and pre-order a copy of MH cuz it’s gonna be an amazing follow up.  Seriously, it’s jokes on jokes and the kind of jokes that you like, also the artwork is from a distant galaxy and by a good friend of mine who lives in that galaxy.

brazilianass:

My book, Miss Hennipin, is now available for pre-order. It’s 164 pages in full color and I have no idea how it got that out of hand.  I’m really proud of it.  

The first 25 purchases will include a signed copy and a small, original drawing from me.  There is also a “deluxe” purchase which includes an original page or alternate cover (I made a lot of covers but ended up just ripping off the cover from my last book.)

PRE-ORDER HERE

ORIGINAL ART

Chauncey was my favorite comic to come out in 2013.  Be real with me and pre-order a copy of MH cuz it’s gonna be an amazing follow up.  Seriously, it’s jokes on jokes and the kind of jokes that you like, also the artwork is from a distant galaxy and by a good friend of mine who lives in that galaxy.

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Here’re some pics from the Kearny Street/APAture event at the Cartoon Art Museum in SF last year.  It was the first time I’d presented Burger Dude in any kind of public forum so, y’know pretty exciting.  It helped to have veteran comics publisher and true friend, Scott Longo there to table alongside.  More events in the future, possibly?

Been diggin that 1990s/Paris Is Burning tip.

Blood Orange - Time Will Tell (2013)

The only clear view is from atop the mountain of your dead selves.
— Peter Carroll, Liber Null & Psychonaut. (via shihab-alen)
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