Inktober for Charity, Day 1: Leatherface #Inktober #JDRF #StillBrave @JDRF @stillbrave @KevinBednarz

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September’s series of musical selections is officially over! It’s October! Or should I say . . . Inktober?

Do you remember what happened the last time I celebrated Inktober? No? Well, you’re not going to like it. You’re certainly not go to like this one. You see, a friend posted to Facebook a list of Inktober assignments, and being the smartass I am, I’ve taken on (synonym: stolen) those assignments despite my . . . “modest” drawing skills. Look, mine will be funnier, okay? I’d link to his (which are going to be much better), but he protects his tweets. You’ll have to settle for mine.

He’s drawing for a charity by offering his drawings for sale, the proceeds for which go to the Stillbrave Childhood Cancer Foundation. Noble, but my choice of charity is the JDRF. Unfortunately, no one will buy my work, so until their link breaks, you can directly donate here. Or you can donate to Stillbrave. I won’t get angry. Here are the assignments:

I don’t know all of these things.

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And here is today’s entry.

Day 1: Leatherface

I didn’t see any iteration of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre until well into the 2000s. I think it was a remake, but I honestly don’t remember. I’m not a fan of horror, though Mother’s Day has a special place in my heart.

I’m looking for endorsement money.

Before you laugh, try to remember that it’s for charity. Then laugh.

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31 Songs in 31 Days Challenge, Day 31: Song About Accomplishing #music

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It’s September, the start of a new month. Well, in mid-August, half a month too late, I came across one of those internet challenges. Being a music nut, I’m willing to take my chances with the data mining assholes and participate. For the month of September (plus October 1), I’m going to answer each of these with a blog post. Here’s the challenge:

Day 31: Song About Accomplishing

If you listen closely, you’ll see that this song is deceptively about accomplishment.

Well, that’s one hell of a finale to this long series of posts, isn’t it?

If this isn’t “bringing peace,” I don’t know what is.

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