Wino Forever!My birthday was last week. One of my gifts was Chuck Klosterman's "Sex, Drugs and Cocoa Puffs." We enjoy Mr. Klosterman's work here at GonzoGeek. We've made no bones about it. He's a kindred spirit. What makes Mr. Klosterman's work so interesting is his ability to weave the most mundance threads from the pop … Continue reading Friday LinkFrogging – 9/17/10
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Its been a slow week for us here at GonzoGeek, but that doesn't mean we've forgotten you our loyal reader(s). On the contrary, its Friday and we've exchanged emails, accumulated our links and are ready to share them with the world. But before we get to that we'd be remiss if we didn't serve up … Continue reading Friday LinkFrogging
I never got around to writing any year end "best of lists." There are plenty of those out there. Just Google your favorite thing and I'm sure someone has compiled as list. Instead, what I've decided to do is share my year in books. I'm a steady if not voracious reader. I've always got … Continue reading 2008 – My Year in Books
My enjoyment of Chuck Klosterman's writing is well documented on this site. My nervous apprehension of the immiment arrival of "Chinese Democracy" is also documented. This, my friends, is synergy. Mr. Klosterman, a self-professed GNR fan, reviews the long awaited and much delayed album right here. Enjoy.
..."Photograph" is the best Journey song ever made. I grew up in the 80s. I grew up in what was, for all intents and purposes, a small town in South Louisiana. I grew up liking 80s metal. There I said it. Ratt was my favorite band. Or maybe it was Van Halen. Eventually it was … Continue reading Fargo Rock City
I like Jimmy John's sandwich shop. They're friendly. They're fast. They play unusual XM stations. Given all that I eat there once or twice a week for lunch. Today was one of those days. I ordered the Slim #4 with cheese, some chips and a drink. I sat down to eat my sandwich and read … Continue reading That’s A Bold Statement
As I've been looking over things I meant to post about, but for one reason or another never got around to, I thought I'd just hit them all. In fact, I'll hit most of Gonzogeek's main topics. Here we go. Star Wars: The Clone Wars The first ever feature length animated Star Wars … Continue reading End of Summer Review Clearinghouse