Articles for March, 2012
Every Dog Has Its Day (Part 2)
In Which a Comely Canine Responds About His Horrible Human

Greetings yet once again, kindly reader. I apologize for hastily truncating my previous correspondence. I was merely pandering to the notion that you are the sort with poor intestinal fortitude who prefers to consume these electro-blogs in small, digestible components. My human beast introduced this comely canine to a sporting spectacle called the Doggie Run

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Every Dog Has Its Day (Part 1)
In Which a Comely Canine Responds About His Horrible Human

Salutations, gentle reader. A warm welcome to you: sir, madam, or otherwise. It has been brought to my attention that my leprous homo sapien recently recorded an entry for this electro-blog about me. Fie on him, and for shame. While it is perfectly acceptable for gentle folk like myself to use the abbreviated form ‘homo’

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Dumping the Dumpling

Dear Shark’s Fin Siomai, I am writing this with sad face. I’ve thought this over a lot but only got more confused. You feel so right… yet so wrong. You feel so right-wrong that you make me feel wrong-right in my heart. You know that I love-hate you, but it’s been a long time coming.

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Review Notes: Nothing to See Here
A Quarterly Greatest Hits Package for the Indifferent Reader

The good news is that, following this bloggist’s shameless attempt at self-promotion on Facebook earlier this month, this site has been getting a respectable number of visitors daily. I may have underestimated the bored and lonely demographic. You don’t want to be here, I know, but you have my gratitude. Thank you, everyone. Before my

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Food Porn: Chewing Cheese with a Charlatan

My research on these blog-things is quite conclusive – food blogs and porn blogs get the most hits. It’s only genius on my part to want to appeal to loyal visitors of both. We’re looking at an irredeemable throng of jillions. This is why I invented the Internet! Does your boss even know what you’re doing

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Old Dogs, New Tricks (Part 3)
Six Things Learnt From Running With a Dog

I have recently decided to go running with Archer, the family dog, in order to train for the upcoming Doggie Run. You may read the introduction HERE. In my last post, I shared three unexpected consequences that running with man’s best friend taught me. You may want to read that HERE before you proceed to

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Old Dogs, New Tricks (Part 2)
Six Things Learnt From Running With a Dog

I have recently decided to go running with Archer, the family dog, in order to train for the upcoming Doggie Run. Please read the introduction HERE, or just skip ahead to the continuation below: Through those sessions in which I went running with Archer, I came upon a number of important realizations. The adage of

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Old Dogs, New Tricks (Part 1)
Six Things Learnt From Running With a Dog

I don’t remember what it was that made me take up running around four years ago. It’s probably my weak, conformist tendencies – peer pressure is a drug. It needs to be said that I suck at running, mainly because I cannot find the time to do it properly. That being the case, I also

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Karl Roy / Self Titled

I had the chance to interview Karl Roy some five years ago while I was Contributor-in-Chief for a friend’s music zine. Because we were tech-savvy, the interview was done in real-time email. Of all the people I talked to for that ensemble feature, Karl seemed to be the least guarded, and in an unexpectedly mellow

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Hit Parade

It was quite a crazy weekend for Verb.Anything. The one-two punch that was shameless spamming and Chinese facial fair brought on average 2,400 hits per day for this site. This is a huge improvement from last week, which had about 0.072 hits per day (I’m guessing). Being a sort-of startup site, it took me a

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