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Milos George is a writer/editor and activist who has vowed to wipe out the disease Endemic Treponematosis within his lifetime. To raise awareness of ET, Mr. George has vowed to create one panel a day of his photocomic/monkey suicide note The Last Road Home, for the rest of his life.

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Name that profile

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I made J a fine chicken pot crisp (the secret to an extra savory roue; extra butter, duh) and unwittingly rolled my top's dough into the profile of someone famous -- only, no one yet has agreed on who it is. I continue to have the time-managment skill of a retarded notary republic, but my chicken pies keep getting better.
17th Dec 2007, 02:28   comments (1)

The Cake Lady calls back!

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Finally caught up to my soup-can fogey-hating, from Friday: Here's George F., I presume, standing around on my way to the Big Lots parking lot to make the exchange. It's a lovely lemon on lemon cake. Mmm.
17th Dec 2007, 02:21   comments (0)

Digging another cat grave

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Why do I get asked to dig these awful things on the coldest, rainiest, shittiest mornings? Taken on the eleventh, still unused (not that I'm complaining!) and ful of Nor'easter snow..
17th Dec 2007, 02:11   comments (0)

Duplo stupa

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And what looks like a slot machine from a Tijuana bordello on Dia de los muertos
17th Dec 2007, 02:02   comments (0)

Abby and Zeus

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Is she licking or biting? I don't remember but both are likely. The seventh.
17th Dec 2007, 01:51   comments (0)

J's magnificent garlic-lemon-grease chicken soup

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And a fragment of taco-chicken deli pizza for dinner. The fifth.
17th Dec 2007, 01:48   comments (0)

Lunch with Lady J

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The third. If it wasn't for Wegmans, my cat and my girlfriend, I'd have little to do and nothing to photograph.
17th Dec 2007, 01:45   comments (0)

Jessimaca's cookies, mark two

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They were delicious -- the secret to such delicate, spiny-like edges is to melt the butter, not let it soften to room temperature. Taken on the 2nd.
17th Dec 2007, 01:27   comments (0)