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The Dennard Dayle Newsletter
April 6, 2022
A program that programs other programs has been programmed.
Elon Musk promised to change Twitter from a cesspool to a cesslake.
Despite his most famous performance, Louis CK didn’t get an AVN award.
You don’t have a North Pole anymore.
Madison Cawthorne may enter his next orgy as an independent.
Eric Adams demanded the homeless enter his top donors’ shelters.
Back to a sane-ish sleep pattern. While I’m still writing this on the wrong side of 5 AM, it’s by choice this time.
The book release is starting to feel real to me. Which says something, considering how rarely I take any part of life seriously. I already have jokes laid out and assigned for my funeral.
There’s going to be a launch event at Powerhouse Arena on May 24th. I feel like the luckiest human being alive. Rivka Galchen will be hosting, and brilliant, which is nice. I may buy some clothes that don’t say “post-apocalyptic metalhead” or “art school gamer.”
This section’s named after Garth Ennis’s Punisher run. For now. It’s still brilliant, but the longer a war is on the national brain the more I worry that keeping the name is self-indulgent.
For now, it endures. A nice reminder that inertia is all that holds most progress back.
I’m finally hitting some kind of stride teaching. The semester’s essentially over now, but at least future youth will benefit.
New prank. Proper live gallery up soon.
New mock text adventure. Get hype.
I soft-launched a Patreon page to support the pranks/web hosting/processed food. I call it The Dayle Bail Fund.
Remember how this newsletter started? I was so young back then. August 2021, only minutes before the pandemic ceased to exist forever.
I’ve got guest features coming in five outlets, but I have no idea when they come out. For now, visualize them. Manifest fresh banter by me, and it shall become real. Unlike money.
Some new prank ideas. We’ll see if I can’t spin some magic.
One Sentence Reviews
It’s Life as I See It: A nice reminder that I’m in a long line of extremely weird black guys. (4/5)
Veep (Season 3): I should go outside at some point. (4.5/5)
The Haunting of Lin-Manuel Miranda: Points for ballsiness and rectitude, but leave a little craft in the lecture. (3/5)
Hamilton: Lyrical spiritual revisionist miracle. (2.5/5)
Dykes to Watch Out For: The anthology’s fun, but the illustrated intro is money. (3.5/5)
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