Category: Gonzo


Every once in a while even a Geek ends up with too many out-on-the-town options. Oct. 13, 2010, was one such night.  Choice #1: The final night of the Accept/King’s X tour at House of Blues in the latter’s hometown. Read more…


I, your humble editor, have a confession to make. When I sat down to compile this week’s list of links, I had no cheesecake.  That, dear reader(s) is a first.  I usually have the pick made by Monday with at Read more…


Photo by Esquire Welcome to the weekend dear reader(s). I don’t know about you, but I could use a drink, or two, or three. But I digress. If its a weekend in the fall that means sports.  Lots and lots Read more…


Welcome back kids. Another week in the books.  With them came the MLB playoffs.  Roy Halladay threw a no-hitter in the first game of the Phillies’ series with the Reds.  That’s gotta sting.  The Yankees are doing their annual pummeling Read more…


   Happy Birthday to us!   Why?      Simply put, today is the one year anniversary of the debut of LinkFrogging.  What started out as a fun idea, has grown into one of our most looked at features and a highlight of Read more…


  It’s confession time from your dear old editor.  This week I was going to make Hollywood’s favorite octogenerian comeback kid, Betty White, our cheesecake.  She was on Community last night and that’s really all of the hook I needed Read more…


Wino Forever! My birthday was last week. One of my gifts was Chuck Klosterman’s “Sex, Drugs and Cocoa Puffs.”  We enjoy Mr. Klosterman’s work here at GonzoGeek.  We’ve made no bones about it.  He’s a kindred spirit. What makes Mr. Read more…


Every now and then I post images from the glacially slow ‘Deck of Cards’ project.  Here’s the two latest: And why has it been such a slow process? Because of me and how I am. I got to looking at Read more…


First things first, thanks, once again to Chris for filling in for me so ably on our weekly jaunt around the web.  Well done sir.  Well done! Can you feel it?  Summer is fading and fall is in the air. Read more…


The labels you use for others will eventually imprison you. Chris Smith – 8/25/2010