Thoughts On The Dead

Musings on the Most Ridiculous Band I Can't Stop Listening To

The Assassination Of Julius Caesar, As Recreated Using Books About The Grateful Dead

What’s wrong with you? Honestly; no joke: what is your problem?

There’s not just one.

No. Ran out of steak knives?

Why would you need more than one steak knife? How many steaks can you eat at a time?

Sure. Please stop doing this.

It’s educational!

Yeah, but not about the thing you think.

I shot according to the Dogma 95 rules, except I made the toga out of paper towel. And I didn’t have a purple marker, so I drew the stripe with the red and blue ones at the same time.

Again I repeat: what is wrong with you?

Besides the fact that I put society on trial every damn day?

Yeah, besides that.

Little bit crazy.

Yeah. Plug the book.

You mean the latest in the acclaimed 33 and a Third series written by the great Buzz Poole about one of the only halfway decent records the Dead ever made, Workingman’s Dead?

Yes. Stop making weird videos.



  1. As I recall, The Ides Of March were one of those early 70s horn-rock bands from Chicago (like, y’know, “Chicago”). They had a pretty big hit with a song called “Vehicle” but disappeared after that. Maybe they disappeared on the night Chicago died, I can’t remember

  2. Luther Von Baconson

    March 15, 2016 at 5:51 pm

    Author, author!

  3. At the end of that exceptional short film, YouTube suggested that I might wish to listen to the album “The Grass is Greener” by jazz prog combo Colloseum. It would make good incidental music for your next micro opus. Especially if it’s about 33 1/3 books being beaten up by bigger English books pretending to play jazz, man.

  4. patent_that_trex_now

    March 15, 2016 at 8:11 pm

    Duder, you’re supposed to include the referral code in the link when you shill.

  5. I love the classics.

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