Friday, January 13, 2006

The Git - Profile

The Git grew up slowly near the rustling waters of the by then noxiously polluted Thames of the 1960s and '70s. An encounter with a salacious gypsy fortune-teller in his formative years exposed him early to the squalid practices that came to dominate his later life. Despite always treading diligently the borderline between decency and debauchery, he largely avoided confrontations with officers of the Law until the day he
set tender feet on the shores of the New World. Since then, ever ready to debate in both word and action ontological ambiguities, he has on many occasions run afoul of the native theocracies and will doubtless continue to do so as long as there is breath left in his admittedly tiny body.

A Jeffersonian with Hamiltonian leanings, his favorite fruit is papaya.

Sunday, January 08, 2006

OTTO - Profile

"The secret is in the trees, not the glass windows." - Jack J.

Old Arabi - Profile

I can't stand flying. I like to pick up interesting rocks. I have a hard time getting rid of things.

Saturday, January 07, 2006

CNO1968 - Profile

just some other average suburban white guy. do i really need two whole sentences to describe myself?

El Stevo - Profile

El Stevo can generally be found precariously hanging from the open window of his 18th floor office screaming obsenities at those on the sidewalks below that he has decided are "unclean". Born and raised in a small Mexican village, he at one point in his young life felt quite sure that he was either God or an illigitmate offspring of Elvis, both being equally distasteful to him. He is extraordinarliy handsome and debonair and enjoys drinking copious amounts of green liquor, running naked through his neighborhood at dusk, and doing very dangerous and creative stunts on his mo-ped. El Stevo has generally been described by his detractors as, "personifying violence itself."

Friday, January 06, 2006

TAG - Profile

"Audio blogging drunk from bars after Katrina was the stupidest idea for me ever. I lost whatever journalistic cred I had - which wasn't much." - TAG

Currently blogging from his FEMA trailer in front of his family's destroyed home in New Orleans, his two number one goals in life are to try and not pass out while marching in Krewe du Vieux and to have the first crawfish boil in Lakeview post-K... probably sometime around Jazz Fest.

- Does your FEMA trailer have chrome wheels? Yes.

- Do you know if the secret recipe for the "special" Mai Tai's at the now destroyed Hong Kong bar next to the marina was saved? As far as I know it ended up in the lake along with The Kong.

- How'd you handle your 15 minutes of fame?
Well, luckily I don't have much stamina in bed so I was able to fit a fair amount of groupies into that 15 minutes.

Sunday, January 01, 2006

Harlen Leslie (HL) - Profile

As a failed alcoholic, Harlen is the author of the Regatta Diaries and lives aboard a tub of a sailboat named Cash Bar. He can be generally found plying the Gulf Coast in search of meaningless regattas and open bars.
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