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Dec. 19th, 2008

04:49 pm - Minneapolis Show tonight: Amdeide with Stellar Vector and The Bloody Turncoats

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In case you haven't heard:

Tonight, Friday 19 December

Electronomad @ Nomad World Pub (501 Cedar Ave, Minneapolis)

Amdeide
with
Stellar Vector
The Bloody Turncoats

Doors: 9:00pm
Show: 10:00pm
5$

Free admission with proof of De/Vision ticket purchase or for PI Bar refugees (status to be determined by DJ Blowtorch).

Nov. 11th, 2008

01:13 pm - Show Reminder--Wednesday 11/12





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The Bloody Turncoats
Amdeide

with

Le Cirque Rouge
and
Midnight Muse Review

Trocadero's
Doors: 8pm
Show: 9pm
18+

Oct. 20th, 2008

07:32 am - Show this evening in Minneapolis


Horror Cabaret
Horror Cabaret


Tonight!

Noh Productions and the Triple Rock proudly present:

The Bloody Turncoats
The Dregs
with
The Falls, Lusurfer, and Invocatio

Triple Rock Social Club
8:00pm, $8.00 at the door

www.gothic.mn

Oct. 18th, 2008

12:58 pm

Zombification imminent.

Zombie pub crawl today in the TC for those of you who haven't heard. The Dregs are also on tonight at Tillie's Bean in S. Minneapolis.

Oct. 4th, 2008

05:24 pm - Show reminder


Voltaire, Stellar Vector, The Bloody Turncoats, The Dregs
Voltaire, Stellar Vector, The Bloody Turncoats, The Dregs



Tomorrow, Sunday, 5 October
Voltaire
w/
Stellar Vector
The Bloody Turncoats
The Dregs

Station 4, St. Paul
12$ in advance online
15$ at the door

www.indietickets.com

Sep. 24th, 2008

08:44 pm - Since i'm now a Promotional Wench--Minneapolis show


Voltaire, Stellar Vector, The Bloody Turncoats, The Dregs--click to enlarge
Voltaire, Stellar Vector, The Bloody Turncoats, The Dregs--click to enlarge



Sunday 5 October, 2008
Station 4, St. Paul
Doors: 7pm, Show: 8pm

Comedy-goth Voltaire, with local electro band Stellar Vector, local punk-rockabilly outfit The Bloody Turncoats, and local faux-Irish comedy band The Dregs--all for a mere 12$ in advance or 15$ at the door! If you live in the TC, you probably know some of these people. Come along, it will be fun.

Sep. 19th, 2008

02:12 pm - It's the 19th

Yar.

Yep. Yar.

It's drivin' me nuts...

Sep. 12th, 2008

05:04 pm - Braaaaiiiinzzz!

It's not been all that well publicised (though it just came over mspgoth for the first time a minute or two ago), but tonight is Zombie Prom out at Ground Zero. Zombies in free, prizes and the like.

The brains, you know you want them.

Sep. 5th, 2008

05:34 pm - Dearest friends who care about correct language

pir pointed me at this gem

Warning: vulgar.

Jul. 8th, 2008

08:13 pm - That there CON post

This weekend (for some definitions of weekend) i went to CONVergenceCollapse )

Jun. 3rd, 2008

10:00 pm - Obama!

The Times and the BBC have called it. In your face!

Let's just hope Clinton concedes with dignity and doesn't string this out.

Mar. 26th, 2008

07:48 pm - If you haven't seen this, you should

MN science blogger gets expelled from creationist film screening at the Maul, but guess who they let in?

Mar. 23rd, 2008

02:02 am

Happy Zombie Jesus Day!

Mar. 3rd, 2008

07:13 pm - And here i thought Stephen King created the Library Police

Beloit, WI woman

Jailed for overdue library books

{snerk}

Feb. 28th, 2008

12:17 pm

Haiku2 for ferrousoxide
clearly not to fool
the audience of the film
i laughed out loud
@
Created by Grahame

Dec. 27th, 2007

10:05 pm

I was going to make this exact post, but pinksheya has said it best:

"For those who might be interested, Lush (my other job) is having a sale. Seriously! I would have told my lovelys about this earlier but I didn't even really know about it. However since some of you love the stuff I thought I would let you know. All bath products are buy 1 get 2 Free (of equal or lesser value of course) - which includes bath bombs, bath melts, bubble bars, and all sliced soaps. You can mix and match too. EVERYTHING ELSE IN THE ENTIRE STORE is buy 1 get 1 free! This includes the gift sets, shampoo stuff, face care, all of it. Again, you can mix in match, so long as you spend $20 you get $20 free. There are only a couple exceptions, this sale is called Clean Slate '08 - so we are getting rid of stuff that was made before December 2007. Which means everything made in December is not part of the sale. So, the sooner you get to the store (macy's mall of america first floor) the more stuff is on sale."

I add that the worst discount is equivalent to the normal employee discount and the "buy one, get two free" is much better. If you've ever loved Lush stuff or were curious and wanted to try them out, now's the time.

Dec. 13th, 2007

09:40 pm - Hey all--missing person alert--read please

The 15 year-old daughter of a friend of my sister has gone missing. Evidently, Julianne Baggett's 19 year-old boyfriend convinced her to run away with him after she was grounded for poor grades and drinking. She's from the Tacoma, WA area, but they've been gone for about 7 days and could be in Seattle or Portland or California or pretty much anywhere at this point. The info on her and her photo is here

The reason i ask you to keep your ears and eyes open is that there's a good chance they're hanging out in a goth or spooky-kid scene somewhere. If you have any PacNW communities you could pass this along to, i'd be grateful. Julianne used to be a very close friend of my niece when they lived in the same town.

--FeO

Dec. 12th, 2007

11:48 pm - From a web writeup of a tourist's visit to Dublin:

"Everything is feckin' and bleedin' in Dublin. Or else it's grand!"

Nov. 19th, 2007

07:11 pm - Query--library stuff

Today, one of my cohort and i discovered that our wonderful Centre for Medieval Studies library contains a) books that the U's library owns but live on our bank of the river--a full 15 minutes closer walk than the proper library for those of us farthest away and b) books that the U library system doesn't contain at all. Sadly, CMSL's collection is poorly organised and not at all catalogued.

I hatched a plan.

With volunteer help, i reckon we can shelf-mark and database all of the books in the library so that medievalists can make much better use of them. We'd like CMS to be the bustling hub of activity it once was, and it would be dead helpful.

Now, i can probably roll my own database, but it would be hacked together, unprofessional, and likely full of the craptastic. Have any of you come across a free (preferably Free) database system that would allow us to input full bibliographic details for books, including LC call numbers, in a format searchable by author, title, call number, and perhaps keyword? We'd want the database to be locally hosted but able to be set loose on the Internet. It's a strangely specialised request, but i'm guessing if anyone knows of such a thing, you lot would be the first defence.

Oct. 10th, 2007

07:23 pm

So, we have a chain of sandwich shops here called Jimmy John's who pride themselves on the quickness of their delivery service.

Today, a bus that pulled up to my stop was plastered with a JJ's ad that said "Our special sauce is speed!"

Erm, really? Do they not test market these things? And are their advertising execs mad, or is this meant to be deliberate?

***edit***
Well, their other adverts do seem to be funny, but i'm still not sure that this is exactly as deliberate as the Mr. Happy Crack campaign.

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