Thursday, October 28, 2010

"Hey Legs" by daniel harris


"piehole japson rips a nonchalant spacefart, tearing a hole in time (measured in audible duration)" -subPixel

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Does your band need a show poster!?

Does your band have a show coming up? Do you need a poster but don't have the time to make one? 

Then contact me, Daniel Harris. 

I'll make your poster, just email: daniel [at] ithinkwethink [dot] org

My rates are affordable and negotiable AND I can take care of the printing on nice stock as well!

These are just a handful of posters from the past year. I also do album art, just ask for samples!











daniel at ithinkwethink dot org

a bombastic exorcism of vocabulary.

And we converge.

The horizon was hackneyed, disinterest ringing from tongues' tips to attenuating glares. Aberrant codas cogitating diffident standoffs debilitate impending atrophy and relocate the archetype meaning of those words. No jive or colloquialism is impervious to the ephemeral nature of endemic speech, no matter the intransigents of some; to think otherwise is simply baleful to any burgeoning street. We must codify this reality, this law of nature and diffuse the disputatious dissonance, dissembling intractable gainsay. A cloture to end acerbic cants is a farewell to disingenuous euphonies of amelioration. My alacrity to assuage this gnawingly insipid peeve with emollient precision I believe will be beneficent bilaterally. Allow encomium its place in honest praise and expose the deleterious impugner for his denigrating ways.

The Four-Five-Six-Seven String Coterie of Cacophony is cognizant of its dissonant discourse albeit coherent and cohesive.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Hilaaaaaaaaarious.

Christine O’Donnell Introduced to Concept of ‘Separation of Church and State’ for the First Time

  • 10/19/10 at 12:50 PM
Christine O'Donnell was a Constitutional Government fellow at the Claremont Institute, and talks about her love of the Constitution all the time, so we know she is pretty much an expert on the Constitution. But even she was stumped by a complicated and often overlooked passage from the document when it came up during a debate with her Senate opponent, Chris Coons, earlier today.
Coons said private and parochial schools are free to teach creationism but that "religious doctrine doesn't belong in our public schools."

"Where in the Constitution is the separation of church and state?" O'Donnell asked him.
When Coons responded that the First Amendment bars Congress from making laws respecting the establishment of religion, O'Donnell asked: "You're telling me that's in the First Amendment?" ....

"You actually audibly heard the crowd gasp," Widener University political scientist Wesley Leckrone said after the debate, adding that it raised questions about O'Donnell's grasp of the Constitution.
Raised questions? No. There are no questions. For someone hoping to serve in the Senate of the United States, saying "You're telling me that [the establishment clause is] in the First Amendment?" is like a prospective astronaut saying, "You're telling me we can't breathe in space?" It's like a heart surgeon walking into the operating room and asking, "You're telling me there are four chambers in the pumpy thing?" And so on. 

Update: Now with embarrassing video:




taken from: http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2010/10/christine_odonnell_introduced.html

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Art, Music



 
 Some new art (available for purchase at http://www.etsy.com/shop/danielharris)
 







Friday, October 1, 2010