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LILEKS (James) :: Institute :: the Story of Bread
From a level of hell composed entirely of sugar, I beam at thee! Meet Miss Sunbeam, an unnervingly rendered tot who will soon accompany us on a wonderful ...
LILEKS (James) Welcome.
The Minneapolis section continues its interminable overhaul. ... Minneapolis. The ongoing overhaul of the incredibly immense local architectural history ...
Institute of Official Cheer
Chipper, spiffy, feather-light post-modern commentary on commercial culture.
LILEKS (James) Bleat Archives - Feb 01
The fish wasn’t bad; it was talupa, or something like that. Some coddish fish that was the center of many investment opportunities a few years back. ...
LILEKS (James) Fargo
Fargo, North Dakota, 1950 - the middle of town in the middle of the midwest in the middle of the century. Almost everything you see here still stands. ...
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Jan 14, 2009 ... My customers were 2 bison–they liked the comics. juanito - John Davey Says: January 14th, 2009 at 4:02 pm. “Or bees.” Bee. I used to deliver ...
LILEKS (James) Orphange of Cast-Off Mascots
Mr. Happy Egg was a mascot for Humpty-Dumpty Food Mart - something that makes his happiness here all the more poignant. He struts around in his prelapsarian ...
LILEKS (James) Joe Ohio
From the looks of the fire’s below him, and he’s walking backwards down a ladder, starting straight ahead with unseeing happy cartoon eyes. Who cares? ...
Evening Commercial Break: The Dog That Cannot, Literally, Speak ...
First, when I was a kid, I wanted a Gaylord dog. Second, ever since I started reading Mr Lileks’ writings, I have thought of Jasper Dog in terms of Gaylord ...
LILEKS (James) The Bleat
Today at Target I saw a shelf of cleaning supplies that instantly appealed to my superficial desire for novel marketing paradigms. Simple bottles with clear ...
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