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February 23, 2008
1. I love you.

2. I'm thinking of you. 

3. I'll never let you go.

4. I miss you.

5. I want to kiss you.

6. I won't leave you no more.

7. I need to get some light bulbs.

8. After watching Juno, I now have a hankering for Moldy Peaches.

9. I think I have a crush on Sutton Foster.

Watusi the Talking Dog #24

10. Watusi the Talking Dog #24 is proof it is never too late or too early for a good Halloween comic book.

11. Eric Whetsel is now a YouTube sensation.

13. I'm happy the writers' strike is over.

14. I'm also happy Lost is back on the air.

15. I don't know about you, but 2008 has proven to be sad and fairly unproductive so far.

16. Bret is The Boom King.

17. I'm currently reading Last Night at the Lobster by Stewart O'Nan.

18. I'm still pretty excited about getting cast in Assassins. 

19. The comic book I'm looking forward to purchasing this week? Umbrella Academy #6

John Oak Dalton on the set with Santa

20. John Oak Dalton is a close friend to Santa Claus.

January 26, 2008
YAY!: I just found out I got cast in Assassins as wannabe Nixon assassin, Samuel Byck! I've been a fan of the show for years so I'm very happy at the moment. It should be a great production and I can't wait to get started!

YAY!: In movie news, it looks like Grove Lake is going to be screened on the IMAX screen at the Indiana State Museum on March 22nd! I don't know if I'll get a chance to see it, but the thought of a giant version of me terrorizing the state capital is oddly appealing.


Edie Haskell included!
It's always a treat to hear from small press legend Matt Feazell! Besides passing on some holiday greetings, Mr. Feazell was kind enough to give me the final chapter of The Death of Antisocialman which was a thrilling conclusion to the Antisocialman saga. Thanks, Matt!

January 13, 2008
In 2007: I was in a comedy that featured me pulling down my pants every night (Don't worry! I was double bagged for safety), I attended S.P.A.C.E with the Dalton boys, I drove to Austin to see my friends and actually got a glimpse of the elusive Harry Knowles, I attended a high school reunion, I got a part in a student film, I threw worms at an old lady, I worked a lot of overtime at Touchy Feely Fotos, read some good books, actually went to the movies, and that's about it.

So far in 2008: I accidentally fried some pork chops covered in powdered sugar (I thought it was flour), I was yelled at by a complete stranger, and I reluctantly dropped out of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. Hopefully, the best is yet to come!

Watusi the Talking Dog 2008 Dale Martin
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