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Draplin Design Co., North America
December 15, 2009
Brodie Knobs
Posted at 05:08 PM

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JUST ABOUT THE BEST THING I’VE SEEN ALL MONTH: A bad-ass collection of suicide knobs. Not to be fuckin’ messed with! Illegal as hell. Someday, I want a International, and that steering wheel will have a suicide knob. Mark my works. (Thanks, Justin!)

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OUT VERY FIRST MICHAEL JACKSON LINK: “Michael Jackson visits Recycled Records” by Andrew Rush. Found diggin’ around Chuck’s site. A good read about a gentle soul trying to buy some music. Makes you think about the guy‚€”the enigma of the guy‚€”in a whole new way. Just like me and you.

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BE THANKFUL FOR WHAT YOU GET TO DO ALL DAY LONG: A Working Man’s Blues. (Thanks, Jess, you big hard-ass mouseclicker.)

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WAY RECOMMENDED: Leigh dragged me out to see this one: The Horse Boy. Powerful stuff.

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SOMETHING WE WERE TALKING ABOUT TODAY: Going to Europe, this February. That’s all I got for ya.

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ORDERS IN, PACKAGE OUT: Holy fuck. Thank you to each and every one of you who bought a hunk or pile of DDC Merch in the last couple weeks. Dale prob’ly doesn’t feel the same sentiment, as it’s his duty to mail the shit each day. This is what I’ve got to say to Dale, “It’s good work if you can get it. And you’ve got it. Get the fuck out of here.” Something like that.

Thanks, everyone. Much appreciated. Shit’s on the way!

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ON THE PLAYER:

01. Pissed Jeans - Hope For Men
02. Califone - All My Friends Are Funeral Singers
03. Patterson Hood - Murdering Oscar


There Are 2 Comments

Before I whittled away may days in front of the lcd display, I drove a 2000 gallon water truck, filling cisterns, pools and the occasional hot tub.

Ohio weather made it one of those jobs you’d kill for in the summer, but could kill you in the winter.

The rig was a beat to hell 1960 something International. Complete with a suicide knob. Gotta say man, I loved driving that thing. King of the road.

Posted by: Ben Smith on 12/16/09 at 8:04 AM

Before I whittled away my days in front of an lcd monitor, I drove a 2000 gallon water truck, filling cisterns, pools and the occasional hot tub.

Ohio weather made it one of those jobs you’d kill for in the summer, but could kill you in the winter.

The rig was a beat to hell 1960 something International. Complete with a suicide knob. Gotta say, I loved driving that thing. King of the road.

Posted by: Ben Smith on 12/16/09 at 8:09 AM
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