TIME TRAVELING ZOMBIES BRING BACK PICTURES OF THE ‘FAILING NEW YORK TIMES’ FROM 34 ABB (AFTER BIG BUTTON)

TIME TRAVELING ZOMBIES BRING BACK PICTURES OF THE ‘FAILING NEW YORK TIMES’ FROM 34 ABB (AFTER BIG BUTTON)

New York, NY – Zombies claiming to be from the future caused quite a stir today after they released pictures of the future fallen ruins of the New York Times building, ironically enough to the present-day failing New York Times, which published them after a week-long bout of fact checking, debate, and numerous consultations with … Continue reading

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THE ADDENDUM BLOG TO THE TOM PETTY QUESTIONNAIRE

THE ADDENDUM BLOG TO THE TOM PETTY QUESTIONNAIRE

[Editor’s Note: This is an addition to Hometown Horn’s blog, The Tom Petty Questionnaire. So if you haven’t read it, do it now!!!…Then come back!!!] SO HOMETOWN HORN asks Johnny to take part in a blog on his blog. Johnny says maybe. You know how he is. Non-committal five ways to Friday and every way … Continue reading

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Of Hamsters and Men V: The Revenge of Small Mammal Myers

Of Hamsters and Men V: The Revenge of Small Mammal Myers

I SMELL A rat. A dirty rat…or as Mikey would say, “MMMmmm, you dirty rat. You killed my brudda… Ooooh… Woo hoo!” This of course is based on the famous misquoting of James Cagney, who never actually said it. (Thanks, Google for teaching me something new; I never knew what the heck he was quoting. … Continue reading

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Imagine All the Zombies

Imagine All the Zombies

THERE’S A SAYING I’ve been meaning to promote: When the sun goes down, we can finally switch to hard liquor…and hardcore porn. But perhaps even more awesome than either of those things is the switching from reality to dreamality. (Johnny is TMing that word, so steal it at your own risk.) Now I know, I … Continue reading

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Fishtown #5: If It Smells Like Rotten Fish…

Fishtown #5: If It Smells Like Rotten Fish…

FISHTOWN: A BLOG NOIR BY JOHNNY FISHMAN Issue #5: If It Smells Like Rotten Fish… THE BIG FISH was black. Tar black. And with no wind blowing, it looked more like an endless expanse of macadam than the most trafficked waterway between two oceans. And not the good kind of macadam either, but the cheap … Continue reading

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