Friday, May 12, 2006

Cold Bacon Madness [*****] uTTER randomisity.

Fae's ratings:
Entertainment value: *****
Confusion: ****************************************************
Woahah: *
Totally randomised fun.

I was merely searching online one fine holiday for Don Hertzfeldt's information, and came upon this page

unknown to me, this is so weird. It inspired me. Before I got confused.


is______________________a___book by
C_old bacon.

_____It is titled Cold Bacon.

By co ld______________bacon. Brr.

Excerpts of the story are like nothing.
_________________ Reviews say it sucks.
With 5 stars

A noble craft, but somehow most melancholy -- and brilliant, April 20, 2006
Reviewer:Raw Nerve (Somerville, MA United States) - See all my reviews
an eclectic self-portrait that elevates the personal Web page to the level of art. Although "Cold Bacon" has its share of rants (Anthony Lane gets majorly reemed) what separates it from the 19,873 other insipid blogs being scribbled away at this precise second is that mojo, that special sauce, that something you know when you see. Funny. Sad. Smart but never snooty. Antonioni gets props as do Chuck Jones & "Andrei Rublev;" "Black Hawk Down" gets attacked, witheringly, but with self-effacing irony ("My military background is sweeping. I have logged over one hundred hours on CNN."). my favorite moment is when Cold Bacon describes searching for bugs as a kid. later pages are peppered with random definitions (one for "glib") and emails, including several by clueless kids trying to sponge free help interpreting "Prufrock". do the strands coalesce into a whole? Mostly. toward the end, he says "I want to live on mountain edges / where pizzas are delivered." Read this book, laugh, be taken away, & go into the smithy of your soul where, if not a new consciousness, at least you'll feel something interesting going on.

Gah. There's even _____________Childre n's book reviews.

But oh well.

  • It's impossible to even describe cold bacon, because it's too random.

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