"My favorite characters are people who think they’re normal but they’re not. I live in Baltimore, and it’s full of people like that. I’ve also lived in New York, which is full of people who think they’re crazy, but they’re completely normal. I get my best material in Baltimore." - John Waters
the first cool post
Check this out if you haven't already; I've made it the homepage on my beloved thesis-cradling work computer. It's a super-fast way to get the buzz on what went down while you were in the bathroom at work/eating a lukewarm lean pocket/watching Beauty & the Geek reruns on VH1/quietly sobbing into your 7th edition Statistical Methods and Practices of the Anal-Retentive Researcher:
I think it's awesome. It keeps me updated in the 0.5 minutes of down time I have between writing theses, reading massive british journal articles, and gently laving the balls of my graduate committee.
It's finally come. The day you've been anticipating for 5 long years. The day Tex & Coda publish their 100th post! And yes, you did that math right - we're averaging 20 posts a year. Bask in the glow of our tireless work ethic. We're celebrating with the post below and - scroll down to see this - a giveaway!
Now I'm afraid we're going to have to take a break from the celebrating for a few minutes because Tex and I have agreed that there's something we really need to talk to you about. So I'll just let her take the reins here for a bit while I have a mini-panic attack over these shirts selling out.
So you're all about that age, and Coda and I have been wanting to sit you all down and have a very frank conversation. I know this might be a sensitive topic, but it's a necessary one and we're having this talk because you're all growing up, and Coda and I want to make sure that you're going to be making good decision…