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I just cheered out loud! :-)
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Ooh, ooh! You are the Barbonic Plague, and I am The Andeechrist. No? Make it stop. I have to go to bed now.
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In honor of Dead Guy, you might consider Agony Christie or Nancy Drewblood. Although, as a child of the 80s, I think Punky Bruiser is a nice fit. And then there's always the nod to Husband if you go with Bloody Holly. Dang, this is addictive. I'll still be thinking of these at 2 am, guaranteed.
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I was going to go with the air horn.
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BTW, congrats on your one-year dead guy anniversary! :-) It's been equal parts delightful and disturbing.
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Wait, wait......okay, there. I had to change into a leotard and legwarmers and download some Steve Perry onto my iPod before I could read that reply. And what about Dominiqua?? She HATED Olga. 'Cause she was such a...dare I say it? POLGA.
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OMG, I totally agree with you. Ever since the Olga Denerenko incident of '83, I refuse to read or watch anything that isn't tied up in a pretty bow at the end.
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Obscure, frequently disturbing, and occasionally downright horrifying, but has best-seller written all over it: http://heydeadguy.typepad.com/heydeadguy/barbara-poelle/
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Have you condsidered using an agent pseudonym for the .13%? Like maybe Helen Waite. "Wrote a book? Might be crazy? Take your pitch to Helen Waite!"
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"I want to publish my novel under a pseudonym. Which one do you think is better for me: Barb E. Dahl, Brandy D. Cantor, or Ginger Rayl?"
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Dear Ben, Will you marry me?
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Hang in there 'til December...the pawn shop on Lowry has a mini-doughnut machine.
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Recent addition to List of People to Kill: #47: Girl who said "It got struck by lightning, so it don't work no more."
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Jake Ryan. 'Nuff said.
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Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory, 1984: "...along with tapping of teeth while intensely concentrating, indicates profound creativity and intelligence. May also be marked by rational fear of circus performers."
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Best of luck to you and your head as you jure today. And don't sweat the security guards -- they're used to it. Grisham pulls that crap all the time.
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I'm sorry to hear you've strayed from your normal M.O.: Print 'em out, throw some hamsters at 'em, and see where they stick.
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