September 24th, 2008

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Up cause I am sick. If and when I get to blessed sleep and I wake in the morning, if I don't feel better I am going to find me a doctor. This shit is for the birds yo.

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Right. Trying to find a doctor. I feel like craaaap. my sinus were stopped up. I took some nasal spray and it cleared it for a bit but putting the CPAP mask on it somehow applied pressure to the wrong nerve causing my head to hurt A LOT! I had to wander around waiting for a pain killer to kick in. IT took a while. And by that time my sinuses were stopping back up. This morning I am rough. Vaguely nauseous due to sinus drainage. My throat is raw. My lungs icky. I need to eat something solid soon to loose the nausea.

sigh.

mercy killing on aisle 1.

I am tired and sick but, I had to share my latestest appearance.

PENDANT PRODUCTIONS PROUDLY PRESENTS:


Original art by Carl Glassmeyer for Pendant Productions

Superman: The Last Son of Krypton, Issue 45 - "A Taste of Things to Come"

Lois offers hope to Bobbi, and John Henry extends a peace offering to Natasha. Captain Sawyer plays a hunch with a poker face, and Superman returns to the Fortress in search of answers!

Superman: The Last Son of Krypton is a serialized, full-cast audio adventure with one new episode every month! Available for free download in .mp3 format or as a Podcast.

Also available -- a commentary track with the director and writer!

iTunes link:
http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=202788270

Podcast feed:
http://www.pendantaudio.com/superman-podcast.xml

Download link:
http://www.pendantaudio.com/superman.php

 

PENDANT PRODUCTIONS PROUDLY PRESENTS:


Original artwork by Kristy Plotkin for Pendant Productions

Supergirl: Lost Daughter of Krypton, Issue 17 - "Coffee, Cars, and Crisis"

Kara tries to put the pieces of her life in order, despite droning classes and broken trust. Meanwhile, new threats emerge, some cackling in public, and some hiding in quiet.

Supergirl: Lost Daughter of Krypton is a serialized, full-cast audio adventure with one new episode every month! Available for free download in .mp3 format or as a Podcast.

Also available -- a commentary track with the director and writer!

iTunes link:
http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=256710457

Podcast feed:
http://www.pendantaudio.com/supergirl-podcast.xml

Download link:
http://www.pendantaudio.com/supergirl.php

 

"Superman: The Last Son of Krypton" features the voice talents of:

Ryan H. Nelson as Superman
Susan Bridges as Lois Lane
Adam Bell as John Henry Irons
Jessie Moore as Natasha Irons
Kristen Bays as Maggie Sawyer
Jeremiah McCoy as Dan Turpin
M Sieiro Garcia as Bobbi Havner
Julie Goldstein as Parasite
David Alexander McDonald as Jor-El
Tom Backus as Zor-El
Philip Weber as Brainiac
Michael King as Warden Reese
KC Russell as the pizza guy
And MJ Cogburn as the guard

Written by Jeffrey Bridges
Directed by Bill Fisher
Cover art by Carl Glassmeyer
Continuity Editor Kristen Bays
Produced by Pendant Productions
Executive Producer Jeffrey Bridges


"Supergirl: Lost Daughter of Krypton" features the voice talents of:

Dragonblink as Supergirl
Ryan H. Nelson as Clark Kent
Susan Bridges as Lois Lane
Steve Younis as Steve
M Sieiro Garcia as Miranda
Megan Pressley as Ayumi
Michael Liebmann as Sebastian
Mike Winters as Jack
Ryan H. Nelson as Jimmy Olsen
Tom Stitzer as Perry White
Chip Joel as Amateur
Michael King as Dr. Lee
Kristen Bays as Dr. Calvin
VC Morrison as the professor
And William Raymer as the barista

Written by Dragonblink
Directed by Scott Vinnacombe
Cover art by Kristy Plotkin
Continuity Editor Kristen Bays
Produced by Pendant Productions
Executive Producer Jeffrey Bridges

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Thanks for listening!

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I don't know about the rest of you but when I get sick I get in a bad mood. I go looking for things to cheer me up. Danny Kay makes it hard to stay in a bad mood. him and Louis Armstrong together is a remarkably good way to improve a mood.

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Why is Lovecraft uniquely awesome? Who else could have written this?

From The Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath



"Three times Randolph Carter dreamed of the marvelous city, and three times was he snatched away while still he paused on the high terrace above it. All golden and lovely it blazed in the sunset, with walls, temples, colonnades and arched bridges of veined marble, silver-basined fountains of prismatic spray in broad squares and perfumed gardens, and wide streets marching between delicate trees and blossom-laden urns and ivory statues in gleaming rows; while on steep northward slopes climbed tiers of red roofs and old peaked gables harbouring little lanes of grassy cobbles. It was a fever of the gods, a fanfare of supernal trumpets and a clash of immortal cymbals. Mystery hung about it as clouds about a fabulous unvisited mountain; and as Carter stood breathless and expectant on that balustraded parapet there swept up to him the poignancy and suspense of almost-vanished memory, the pain of lost things and the maddening need to place again what once had been an awesome and momentous place.

He knew that for him its meaning must once have been supreme; though in what cycle or incarnation he had known it, or whether in dream or in waking, he could not tell. Vaguely it called up glimpses of a far forgotten first youth, when wonder and pleasure lay in all the mystery of days, and dawn and dusk alike strode forth prophetic to the eager sound of lutes and song, unclosing fiery gates toward further and surprising marvels. But each night as he stood on that high marble terrace with the curious urns and carven rail and looked off over that hushed sunset city of beauty and unearthly immanence he felt the bondage of dream's tyrannous gods; for in no wise could he leave that lofty spot, or descend the wide marmoreal fights flung endlessly down to where those streets of elder witchery lay outspread and beckoning. "