I’m breaking up with Sharkblog, but we’ll still be friends.
Extremely good news from the Department of Day Jobs and Income!
Here we have the makings of a fine zombie-shark tale.
My photo uploader has a convenient ALT attribute field I can fill in, but it’s really in my best interests to keep ignoring it.
Sharkblog’s next important step is a central hub of information: the Hideous Hybrid Menagerie! (Coming soon.)
Just in time for the Detroit Auto Show, I am ready to unveil the 2012 BilGaines.com, now with more Sharkblog!
At the end of the year, the question is raised: to Sharkblog or not to Sharkblog?
Dunkleosteus was the largest fish the world had ever known. And she was beautiful.
Stephen King was nearly eaten by a damn shark!
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This excites me for dorky reasons.
Some biomechanical researcher has been studying sharks’ tails and how they operate. This spells certain doom.
Mustachioed sharks, it occurs to me, are sorely lacking in our culture’s literary & cinematic cannon.
Yes, it’s true. We dressed our daughter up as Jaws for Halloween.
People, get ready for the next level of Sharkblog. One word: INFOGRAPHICS.
Yahoo! News is occasionally good for something, and it’s stuff like this.
Keywords are a pretty major part of my SEO “strategy,” so I figured I should finally learn what keywords are.
Self-analysis is a very important aspect of Sharkblog, and I have been, shall we say, less than prolific with this experiment. (I have a brand-new baby. Life is really goddamn tough. Cut me some slack.)
Barry Manilodon is a massive, ancient sea beast with broad pop sensibilities and jaws that could swallow a Volkswagen.
Ahhhh…that was some good Shark Week.