May 19, 2005

Mr. X ... Mr. Nobody?

Is Mr. X perhaps Sywald Skeid?

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May 18, 2005

Mr. X is not Steven Villa Massone

The search goes on.

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The strange tale of Mr. X

A man was found April 7th in Kent. He was wearing a black suit or tuxedo soaked in sea water. When questioned by police, he refused to or was unable to speak. Upon closer inspection, it was found that all the labels had been removed from his clothes. He did not speak, but when taken to Medway Maritime Hospital and given pen and paper in the hopes that he would write his name, he drew pictures of pianos and wrote musical notation. When taken to a piano, he played for four hours. He played calmly and fairly well, in great contrast to his otherwise skittish behaviour. It was suggested that he is a Swedish "player of note," which was proved untrue when the player was found present and well in Sweden. A Polish mime has now come forward saying that he has worked with the man in Nice. Dariusz Dydymski, the mime, says Mr. X is Stephen Villa Masson, a French street musician. This has yet to be confirmed.
Find the latest on Mr. X here.

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May 17, 2005

My friends Sterling and Alex have web comics. One's daily, one's more issue based. They both are cool. Check 'em out.

Sterling's comic is the issue based one.
and...
Alex's comic is daily.

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May 16, 2005

For some reason, this always reminds me of Denmark, fishing and schnapps.

Just like Honey

listen to the girl
as she takes on half the world
moving up and so alive
in her honey dripping
beehive
beehive
Itís good, so good, itís so good
so good

walking back to you
is the hardest thing that
I can do
that I can do for you
for you

Iíll be your plastic toy
Iíll be your plastic toy
for you

eating up this scum
is the hardest thing for
me to do

just like honey...

-J&MC

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