Archive for February, 2004

The Brick Testament: now back in stock!

Saturday, February 28th, 2004

After nearly two months of being sold out in stores across America, Rev. Smith’s hit book The Brick Testament: Stories from the Book of Genesis is finally back in stock. The arrival of the official second printing is expected to bring a halt to the practice of selling bootleg versions of Smith’s book on the black market. Usually comprised of little more than hastily stapled together black-and-white photocopies of print-outs from Smith’s Brick Testament website, these “pirated” books were being peddled by shady vendors standing just outside major booksellers like Borders, Walmart, and Barnes & Noble.

Rev. Smith interviewed in Toyfare magazine

Monday, February 23rd, 2004

The February 2004 issue of Toyfare magazine features an interview with Rev. Smith on page 14 which includes the phrase “a zombified Charles Dickens”. A scan of the article can be seen on the Brick Testament press page. Other recent additions to the press page include a pair of Brick Testament features from The Written Word, a monthly newspaper out of Hilton Head Island, SC, a 3-page feature and interview in Swiss art magazine Anne et Belle, and an interview with Rev. Smith on the British website

President Bush shot 327 times

Saturday, February 14th, 2004

A happy, smiling George W. Bush waved to a crowd of media photographers and onlookers as he stepped off of Air Force One today in Washington. He was then shot 327 times. No secret service men dove in front of Bush to protect him, nor did they make any moves to apprehend anyone. “I took about 30 shots in ten seconds,” said Terry McDuleph, one of at least seventeen people believed to have shot the president. “I got in a really nice shot just as he was leaning over to kiss his wife,” said McDuleph, “My editor will be pleased.”

Guide to going wireless

Monday, February 9th, 2004

In just a few more years, your friends might consider you hopelessly behind the times if your home is still cluttered up with all those wires. And these days “going wireless” has become easier than ever. According to author The Rev. Brendan Powell Smith, the fastest and easiest way to get rid of all those unsightly relics from the 20th century requires little more than a large trash bag and free afternoon. Simply walk through your house and throw any appliances or gadgets into the trash. In no time, your clean and modern home will be the envy of all your houseguests.