Sunflower Skins

January 21, 2013

Guam Learns from The Learning Channel

ExploitationNation

March 24, 2012

Catnip-Filled Eyeballs!

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Tired of cutesy mice and feather wands that your kitty-cat ignores? Try an eyeball instead! These gruesome cat toys will be available at our booth at Shock Stock, Canada’s only convention devoted completely to horror and exploitation; April 13-15, London, Ontario. For more information visit Shock Stock Part II.

November 12, 2011

Guam Meets Buttons

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September 17, 2011

An Afternoon in the Green

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September 4, 2011

Grounded Like a Seed in the Dirt

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July 15, 2011

catattack

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Above, about as much attention as Maggie ever showed me: hesitation, a quick sniff, and then just beyond my reach. Getting older now and finally gaining some weight, the skinny calico I had as a teenager still comes yowling down the hallway when I visit home, but rarely does she let me pet her. Maggie was named after Bach’s wife, Anna Magdalena; Bach, himself, lived on in spirit in my mother’s once-darling pet, a cockatoo named J.S. Bird. Despite all the baroque, mother successfully taught it to whistle the opening bars to Beethoven’s 5th symphony. I wonder if Maggie would be impressed.

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