Seeding the night at the eagle’s parlor,
a flash permabrand, flip for the dollar,
caress surreal, a heart and flying skull
lettered “Sunday Comics” pass quickly
There’s a time to live
And a time to die
I smoke Sunday Comics
When I wanna get high
Every day I get up and pray to Jah,
And he increases the Sunday Comics by exactly one.
We left that house, we left it all behind there
New place new start eh?
I cannot speak, it’s all become so strange to me
Sunday Comics are lonely
Back in black, we hit the sack, it’s been too long we’re glad to be back, we’re let loose from the noose that’s kept Sunday Comics hanging about.
One must resort to extreme measures to capture the extraordinary intricacies of subtlety and text and stuff in Justin Huertas’s latest playcomicmusical thingie.
Expect the losing streak to start on Thursday, in Oakland, where the front office uses something called Moneyball.
We survey the leading brands of bottled water in this hard-hitting report.
When Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai was asked for his assessment of the French Revolution of 1789, he famously responded “it is too soon to tell.” American political commentators examining the first anniversary of Occupy Wall Street have not been so circumspect, but then again, few in the media had any grasp of the movement to begin with.
Our target audience are not foodies or chefs or gardeners, though we love you and worship at the same altar. We’re interested in appealing to people who eat out a lot, who stalk the deli section at QFC, who say they “can’t” cook as they pop a Pizza Pocket in the microwave, who think nothing of basing a diet on nutrition sourced thousands of miles away, or indeed, who purchase blackberries.
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