A jokey illustration from Mark Witton’s informative and fun post on the new African titanosaur fossil find. I love his suggestion at the end:
I’ve developed a real hankering for a good sauropod book. You know, a readable, fully referenced overview of their history of study, anatomy, palaeoecology, biomechanics, evolutionary history and diversity (so, nothing major then). I’m quite serious here: they’re an awesome, popular group of animals, fully deserved of their own semi-technical overview, ideally with lots of images to showcase their anatomy and habits. I’m sure this idea has sufficient legs to interest a major publisher. I lack the expertise to write it, so this is my attempt to plant a seed in the minds of those who can. For what’s it’s worth, I’d gladly help illustrate it: sauropods are fantastic fun to draw, and it’d be terrific to bring the diversity of this group to life in artwork.
Was on my way home but I found this little guy munching on a leaf and suddenly nothing else mattered…
How Many Pictures of Dicks Do I Have To Look At Before I Stop Wanting To Look At Pictures Of Dicks?: A Diary of Gay Porn Addiction
by Dave Cave, May 2012
32 pg. at half-letter size
$1 from Fight Boredom Distro
I don’t know if I’ve ever felt less need to summarize the content of a zine;…
Queueing up some classic zine reviews to remind you-all of some of my faves.
Pop punk bands saying “friends”
This is important.
the FOB ratio is overwhelming
Underneath the Rainbow is a pretty good album…but near the last five songs or so it gets pretty terrible. Gonna just treasure the first three songs and move on with my life.