'feast your eyes'
this here, to the right, that thing there, i am trying to confuse you now, that's the this you should see as anne's cover looking something like.
i maintain that the above is a perfectly grammatical sentence.
buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo.
for a second, i thought maybe 'like' was a preposition and i was doomed. it is not.
anne and alex worked hard on the cover. i copied and cut it and folded it.
this is chuck's cover that marie worked hard on and sent to me, that i folded and stacked and ordered string for.
it is a real-time picture. i captured what this cover was doing at the time of the picture in it's natural habitat, which so far has been an apartment some where in the middle third of the american landscape. what it was doing was laying on the poker table that i haven't used since i moved to lawrence. it just kind of sits there. until you move it. like a baby.
UPDATE 9:23pm: i just realized that the pronoun 'it' in the above sentence has an unclear antecedent. i meant the book.
i can sense things about people who read blogs and i sense that people who read this blog want to paypal me $11 for both of these chapbooks, which will be completed and ready to ship in less than ten days. send e-monies to baumann[dot]baumann[at]gmail[dot]com and you 'will not regret it'.
tell all your friends:
mitzvah chaps: whooping your monkey ass in street hoops since 2008.