The Swervewolf likes to do Valentine's day; a night out, get tipsy with the wolfette and cavort around the forest so to speak. So last night, weeks after Valentine's day, we went over to Venue, Joey Campanaro and crew's open space on Greenwich Ave. We heard they were doing a Karaoke shindig bolstered by a scallop party, a suckling pig and a makeshift bar; we had to get our Howl on, so we did.
As some people do on Sundays, the Swervewolf crew flew out to San Francisco to grab some Dim Sum at Good Luck Dim Sum. Apart from going on a Dim Sum gorge, we witnessed a particular scene, unique unto San Francisco Clement St. Chinese culture. To our amazmenet, we encoutered the Dim Sum Nazi Ladies.
Swervewolf is everything, but not everything is Swervewolf. If we hold this statement to be a true statement of fact in our known Swervewolf Universe (and we double-wolf dare you to prove it otherwise) and it is also true that Everything Can be Swervewolfed then it follows that Not Everything that gets Swervewolfed can be said to be Swervewolf. We call this the Herbwolf/Swervewolf Corollary, and it lies at the very heart of the research being done by the Applied Mathematics / Computer Science wolves from M.I.T. The fruits of this groundbreaking research, insofar as everyday applications for the public at large (not all of which is Swervewolf, but all which can be Swervewolfed, it should be noted), will be unveiled in the coming months once we've secured a suitable launch venue and wolf-appropriate black turtlenecks. Boldly onward toward singularity.
The human eye has 'rod' cells and 'cone' cells and 'sleeper' cells on the retina. The 'cone' cells are more proficient at color detection, whereas 'rod' cells are better for low light and detecting movement. Therefore, when trying to see in low light, try not to look directly at the places you are trying to see. By using your peripheral vision you use more rod cells, which work much better in low light. This takes a great deal of practice and to that end, Swervewolf is here to help, so please use the Swervewolf rods to help you see the unseen.
News has leaked out of Culver City that The Swervewolf Crew has been chosen to produce and direct the new Television Drama N.C.I.S.C.S.I.F.A.M.S.V.U.N.F.L.M.L.B.N.H.L.M.M.A.N.Y.C.A.F.L. When one Swervewolf Crew Member asked another about the project, the other Swervewolf explained it succinctly: "Wolf, this is a TV show about a group of ultra crime scene investigators from Land (CSI) Sea (NCIS) and Air (FAM), who check into the special victims unit cases (SVU) involving football players (NFL) baseball players (MLB) hockey players (NHL) and Mixed Martial Arts Fighters (MMA) who live in New York (NY), California (CA) and FLorida (FL)." We're excited as all hell, and can't wait to see what James Franco does