agrestic [uh–gres-tik] adj. 1. rural; rustic 2. unpolished; awkward: egrestic behavior
Antonio Vivaldi (1678), Shemp Howard (1895), Bobby Womack (1944), James Ellroy (1948), Catherine O’Hara (1954), Adrian Zmed (1954), Patricia Heaton (1958), Steven Weber (1961), Evan Dando (1967), Chaz Bono (1969), Buck 65 (1972)
All right, I’ll bend to popular opinion. Most of your emails the past two days have been asking me to expound on the whole Charlie Sheen nonsense.
I’d love to write something better than this clip that Joe Taylor sent me but I’m afraid I’m just not that talented. Enjoy.
I enjoy the “gnarley gnarlingtons” quote the most.
I think I have a duty as a recovering guy to help, to make my knowledge of what I went through accessible. ↔ Charlie Sheen (many moons ago)
The latest of my favorite songs to end up on a television ad, “Sweet Talk, Sweet Talk,” by The New Pornographers.
→ The most typical face on the planet Earth looks nothing like anyone I know. Guess I need to meet more people.
→ Both Zsa Zsa Gabor and Elizabeth Taylor are in the hospital. And, while I’m sure neither are psyched about it, they can take solace in the fact that they’re not dead. I was positive both of them were.
→ Abraham Lincoln was a badass. Sure, the dude has imperfections but I think I’m on solid ground when I say that we all do. Let’s stop trying to disparage the guy. I’d take him over most of you every day of the week.