So basically, Superheroes are real. →
A little while ago you probably saw a picture of a guy in a batsuit being pulled over by the cops. You probably thought “What a nut. What a jackass. I’m posting that on failblog” He drives around giving comic books and bat-bracelets to sick kids. His name is Leonard B. Robinson, he is Batman and you can shut your whore mouth.
I am actually walking down Hope Street right now. There are two dentists here.
Bard Wars: A Shakespearean Space Opera
geekgirlsnaps: A New Hope, Shakespeare style. Yup. For Brisbane’s Anywhere Theatre Festival this year Black Fox Theatre is putting on a rad as show. Any curiosity you may have can be found here, here and oh yes here. Thanks dude. May the cycle of reblogging continue.
Vote early. Vote often. Vote hard.
I guess now's as good a time as any to let you... →
It’s surprising how much of it was already in iambic pentameter.
When did that happen?
A story on how Labor will lose on the weekend, a piece on how hard the Queen works and how small the republican movements are in Australia and the UK and a whole thing about how Whooping Cough can kill you and your children. It’s official. The ABC have become the Liberal party.
Who needs street theatre, man?
In and around the Southbank Piazza right now there are maybe sixty people doing yoga, two separate hip hop dance groups rehearsing and about a dozen teenagers all wearing beanies that look like furry animals’ heads.
The path of least resistance is no place to hold your ground. That’s...
The Great Australian Bite-Sized Circus has started... →
54 Logan Rd, Woolloongabba
Shit it is hot. It is hot as shit. Damn. Why am I in Woolloongabba? Brown Dog Cafe. Alright then. My friend Conor (GeekGirlSnaps) is meeting me. And I’d like you to just briefly focus on the phrasing there. Not A friend: My friend. The friend. The only person left in Brisbane any good at bridge repair has lured me out of my house/cave and onto the surface of the sun with the prospect of a...
Notes from Sydney - December 2011
Picking through last year’s notebooks for ideas. I have this little red one full of short notes on places. I laughed a little at the ones from when was in Sydney last December. We were down to watch four games of baseball. I don’t know if I was hungover the whole time, if daylight savings puts you just a tiny bit beside yourself when you’re only there for a few days or if it was just that the...