I just finished David Maraniss’s They Marched Into Sunlight, an excellent book about October, 1967, when a very ugly battle in Vietnam and a very ugly protest in Madison, Wisconsin, occured on the same day. Nate’s father-in-law, Jim George, or, as he prefers we all call him, The Colonel (and, […]
Yes, it’s a weird theme, but that’s what we get for using the out-of-the-box look. Here’s hoping comment spam DIES DIES DIES.
To: The architect who designed the Green Line Aviation Station From: Me, someone who actually uses the damn thing Dear Brilliant Architect- Hi. My name is Adam Rakunas, and I rely on public transit to get to and from work. One of the legs of my commute is a short […]
For the first time in thirteen years, I have completed a novel. It’s a first draft, only one hundred twenty-one pages, and it’ll need some more work before it becomes publishable (if at all. I’m going to have a hell of a time convincing someone to look at a tale […]
I’m now over 30. No one’s going to trust me anymore. Shit.
The amount of time it takes to finish a home improvement project is geometrically proportional to the number of Rakunas men present. Discuss.
As far as I can tell, the only thing about turning 31 is that I’m a prime number again. Woo. This next year will have a lot to live up to. In the past year I: -Roasted a pig -Ran as a convention delegate -joined Fictionados -had three jobs -and, […]