Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Oh, damn it: I'm still looking for an apartment, I have to get the last of my stuff out of the old house by tomorrow (and am already having moments where I really miss it), and it's Election Day! Don't worry, I've already voted, but what I'm mad about is, I packed my CD's away, so I can't listen to Corrosion of Conformity's "Vote with a Bullet"! An election day tradition since like 1992! And, hey, wikipedia, I think Bill Sienkiewicz did the album cover for that one, which is the other reason why I still have that CD.

My father-in-law helped me move most of my stuff into a storage area, which was cool if somewhat depressing. How many comics is too many? Five long boxes? How about five standard comic long boxes and at least thirty boxes of various sizes and origins? (Several years back, when I got a new TV, I tried to use the TV's box for comics, which was a spectacular failure: the box couldn't carry the weight, and packed full it was waaaaaay too heavy for anyone other than a comic book character to lift.) And that's not even getting in Maybe I'll try to take a picture later, but I'm still waiting to hear back on a place.

And now, a rerun from 2006; some election day advice from Batman:
It's good advice no matter what side you're on.  By which I mean, mine, or the wrong one.

Once again, from The Brave and the Bold #184, "The Batman's Last Christmas!" Written by Mike W. Barr, art by Jim Aparo.

3 comments:

Sea_of_Green said...

So, is Green Day's American Idiot now obsolete?

googum said...

Yeah, and don't ask me what Bad Religion is gonna do now...

Victoria said...

so mr. fancy pants, I have been trying to get in contact with you, but you seem to be incommunicado. Please give me or matt a call if you feel up to ir. I sent you our phone numbers and contact info via myspace...Hope to talk to you soon, Tori