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Ugh.

A Crayon Haiku #65!

The new season of Doctor Who hasn't been all that great, but this latest development is especially ridiculous and utterly unacceptable. In A Crayon Haiku #65, we look upon the abomination that is... well, abominable.  (4/21/07)

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A Crayon Haiku #64!

Today is Friday the 13th, so here is A Crayon Haiku #64 with a potentially spooky product from the dollar store to commemorate the occasion! Perhaps it will go well with Whitehall sandwich slices... and bread.  (4/13/07)

Screaming CGI Turtles.

A Crayon Haiku #63!

Well, the latest TMNT film is finally here! Alas, for us at Scary-Crayon, it's something of a disappointment. We've summed up our thoughts in A Crayon Haiku #63, but see the attendant blog post for a fuller assessment.  (3/25/07)

Oh noez, Grimlock!

A Crayon Haiku #62!

A Crayon Haiku #62 marks the writing debut of Grimlock, who has composed a haiku about the rather unfortunate state in which he appears in this short piece. Curse those Autobots and their poor leadership skills!  (3/25/07)

A Crayon Haiku #61!

A Crayon Haiku #61!

Those wacky exterminators are popping up everywhere -- apparently even in the homes of people too fat to actually walk to the store to purchase them! See A Crayon Haiku #61 and the attendant blog entry for details.  (3/15/07)

A Crayon Haiku #60!

A Crayon Haiku #60!

Those shady people who try to take advantage of hapless citizens via e-mail strike again in A Crayon Haiku #60. Where is Jessica when we need her to rip these bastards in half? Yes, I dig the "Heroes" references.  (3/7/07)

A Crayon Haiku #59!

A Crayon Haiku #59!

If you're like Wes, you can sometimes forget about foods that you've purchased and stored in the freezer... for years. A Crayon Haiku #59 sees the return of a frozen edible that has been on ice since the bookstore days!  (2/19/07)

A Crayon Haiku #58!

A Crayon Haiku #58!

As we begin Scary-Crayon's fourth year, we look at how things have changed elsewhere in A Crayon Haiku #58. Sometimes change is good -- but often it is not. Hopefully SC's evolution has been less depressing.  (1/25/07)

A Crayon Haiku #57!

A Crayon Haiku #57!

Yes, Mike's taken a beating, but that's hardly the worst part about A Crayon Haiku #57. I mean, isn't Leo supposed to be setting a good example for his brothers? No wonder Raph took his place in the Turtle Power song.  (1/20/07)

A Crayon Haiku #56!

A Crayon Haiku #56!

2007 kicks off at Scary-Crayon with A Crayon Haiku #56! Granted, we do buy a lot of DVDs here, but come on -- quit rushing us and telling fibs, Amazon.com. Heck, we didn't even buy any TV DVDs from you in 2006.  (1/4/07)

A Crayon Haiku #55!

A Crayon Haiku #55!

My laptop screen drives me crazy. I try my hardest to keep it clean, but it only gets dirtier! My desktop monitor, bless its Windows-taskbar-burned-into-the-bloody-screen soul, never gave me this much grief. Have a haiku.  (12/11/06)

A Crayon Haiku #54!

A Crayon Haiku #54!

Sometimes, apparently, Gmail goes somewhere. I know this because it tells me that it has returned. But where does it go? We ponder this question briefly -- very briefly, 'cause it's a haiku -- in A Crayon Haiku #54.  (12/11/06)

A Crayon Haiku #53!

A Crayon Haiku #53!

Oh my god. I mean, I expected it to be bad, but bloody hell, man. BLOODY HELL. I just had to write A Crayon Haiku #53 promptly after watching this movie in order to express my complete and total disdain for it. Good lord.  (9/24/06)

A Crayon Haiku #52!

A Crayon Haiku #52!

Windows Media Player is so totally helpful, isn't it? I mean, if you're listening to a groovy CD, all you've gotta do to buy it is click a link in the corner of the window! But wait! A Crayon Haiku #52 notes a problem with this.  (9/24/06)

A Crayon Haiku #51!

A Crayon Haiku #51!

I can't read Japanese text, but that doesn't stop Eastern robots from sending me spam in their native language! At least I think it's spam. Why not have a look at A Crayon Haiku #51 and tell me what you think, eh?  (5/18/06)

A Crayon Haiku #50!

A Crayon Haiku #50!

Although computer programs and subsequent program upgrades have simplified a number of tasks that were previously more difficult and time-consuming, sometimes subtle interface changes lead to confusion.  (4/16/06)

I <3 Rogue.

A Crayon Haiku #49!

In A Crayon Haiku #49, we pay brief tribute to Rogue of the X-Men. Any girl whose touch is deadly and can look the part whether she's a rough and tough Southern belle or a sullen gothic wallflower is bloody awesome.  (3/23/06)

Renet looks... smaller.

A Crayon Haiku #48!

Although the new TMNT toon has been pretty faithful to the Mirage comics, there have been some exceptions. See A Crayon Haiku #48, for example, in which we compare the Renet of the comics to the animated version...  (3/18/06)

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