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"He undermined their world with mockery!"


Welcome, y'all, to my electronic junk drawer, my online scrapbook of art, comics, beard-strokingly brilliant personal insights and/or wise-ass remarks. I have a similar pile of miscellaneous creativity here at my house, but it comes in a dull, battered cardboard box instead of a shiny, glowing plastic one like you have, so consider yourself lucky!

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Anonymous said…
Heh! Very cool, Sean - I'm not a PKDick fan so I'm happy to learn where you got inspiration for that particular name :) COngrats on breakin' your blogging cherry
Erin
Mike said…
And who gave you that book?

Mike
Sean Bieri said…
Oh, right, uh... I got that great paperback PKD novel from the "library" of Mike Rehfus' late lamented coffeehouse "Urban Break" here in Hamtramck. Good luck in Columbus, Mike! Hopefully we'll see you guys in November when we're in town for Mid-Ohio con.
Mike said…
See you at The Coffee Table.

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