This Blog Will Melt Your Face (TBWMYF).

Alright now. I’m sure that some of you out there in the land of blog have thought that our virtual society has fallen into some post-apocolyptic world in which there is no longer a strong central government. I know that it has felt like our land of blog society has been falling to pieces, and I’m also sure that some of you have even been thinking that it was going to turn into some sort of a bad Kevin Costner movie around here (come to think of it, is there really any other kind?)

These thoughts of Costner aside, I come to you today, at this fine hour to let you know that your benevolent dictator is back. Law and Order have been restored to the land of blog. The hooligans that have been marching through our idylic community (Brittany, spell check that for me, I don’t have time for such mundane things, I’m busy saving the blog here) have been sent back to college, where soonly enough the fire in their bellies that rails against the injustice of the world will be replaced with a fire in their belly for money, and a house in the Burbs.

These thoughts of turning into our parents aside, I invite you to sit back, feel free to unlock your doors and take the plywood off the windows, relax, and prepare you to have your faces melted off by what is about to occur. Because, this blog…will melt your face off.

Peace Yo.

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By otis

I'm cheese. Velveeta, specifically.


  1. idyllic
    Main Entry: idyl·lic
    Pronunciation: I-‘di-lik, chiefly British i-
    Function: adjective
    1 : pleasing or picturesque in natural simplicity
    2 : of, relating to, or being an idyll

    … AND in case you were wondering…

    Main Entry: idyll
    Variant(s): also idyl /’I-d&l, Britain usually ‘i-(“)dil/
    Function: noun
    Etymology: Latin idyllium, from Greek eidyllion, from diminutive of eidos form; akin to Greek idein to see — more at WIT
    1 a : a simple descriptive work in poetry or prose that deals with rustic life or pastoral scenes or suggests a mood of peace and contentment b : a narrative poem (as Tennyson’s Idylls of the King) treating an epic, romantic, or tragic theme
    2 a : a lighthearted carefree episode that is a fit subject for an idyll b : a romantic interlude

  2. Oh Holly Bear,

    Dances With Wolves…perhaps one of me fav movies of all time. Everthing else since then…blech.



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