So now that I’m back in the fold I’ve been watching some of the things that random people search for that bring them to State of Affairs. A while back, my former partner-in-crime Alex James wrote about this very same topic. I’ve been looking through the archives and there’s some even stranger stuff, 2 years later.
Hello again, loyal readers. I’m currently away from the Compound for a photo shoot that’s unrelated to anything I do here at State of Affairs, but in the interest of giving you something fun and/or educational to read today (you know, because you always come here for educational purposes) I’ve enlisted my Correspondent, the Reverend Dwight Q. Fitch, to tell you about his incredible new publication. (ed. note: Reverend Dwight Q. Fitch may or may not be an ordained minister. I didn’t ask. I don’t want to know.) So enjoy this Thursday’s SoA Guest Blog, and have a great weekend.
Hello dear readers. I’m not actually here today.
Well, I am here, but not here.
To read my brilliant and insightful deconstruction of this year’s United State of Pop mashup music video, head on over to Turning Down The Suck, a brand-new music review site on which I was graciously asked to guest blog today. I think you’ll get a kick out of it, especially my buddy Van Der Sweet who founded the site. Shine on, you crazy Dutchman.
Greetings and salutations my devoted readers, and may I be the first to wish you a frightening Hallowe’en (or Samhain for my brothers and sisters in Eire). I’m aware it’s a day early, but frankly I have better things to do tomorrow than look for things to entertain you. No offense, but Hallowe’en might be my favourite holiday of the year, so you’ll have to forgive my priorities.