This is it folks. The first anniversary of my little corner of the world in all its gaudy bloggish glory. In honor of a whole calendar flown by and these glittering electronic droppings remaining fixed, I present to you my favorite posts from each of the previous twelve months. Enjoy.
September 2007 saw boisterous beginnings, including the origins of the moniker itself. It also had a review of the revolution I lived within, which was googled by Jeanne Carstensen herself – now the managing editor of Salon! That second link also includes an FLCL Vs. System card, as good as anything ever created by man.
October? Pleasant Distractions Neccesary for Survival. Little did he know that Mike Watt would re-enter his life in big ways over the course of the year.
November is always shaky, and blogging made it bounce both bigger and better. I even started a little experiment.
December is holiday madness, both in real life and on the interwebs. In our house, the winter solstice is one of the hottest days of the year.
2008 started with a bang. Full Body Transplant embraced the new year by crowning Northern Exposure as the greatest television show of all time. That post got some amazing comments, and some spectacular connections. Our life has never been the same.
February is for lovers, and we make sure every month includes a few Valentines. The blog got kissed with a heaping helping of original Mulletman art.
Marching forward smack dab into some seriously tasty Sea Creatures? Yes please.
April Showers brought synchronistic Mike Watt albino squirrels. Really, they did.
May I pause for a moment? Thanks, these are really hard to choose. There is some great stuff in here. Especially the kind that includes Promethea.
June, the month that school gets out. Ahhh. Hot stuff, it always looks like freedom to me.
July is the month of my birth, and this time around I celebrated with a brand new job!
August was sluggish, except for a burst of confidence from the greatest compliment ever received.
And that brings us up to date! Stay tuned, stay squirrelly, and accept my sincere thanks. I could not have done this without you.
Here we go again!