February 1994 Another glass building which had a courtyard in the middle of it. It was night and snow covered the ground. Me and a few people were there, but I do not know whom they were or why we … Continue reading
February 1994 I was walking down the street in Italy at night in the snow and I ran into Larry M. He was selling pretzels out of his car which was parked on the sidewalk half in the road. I … Continue reading
February 1994 I was playing whiffle ball in front of my house with John R. We had just come out of Caryn’s and were mad at each other and decided to take out our frustrations in this fashion. I stood … Continue reading
February 1994 I was driving to work possibly, near welsh road, and decided to have my car washed. There was a long line, but I was able to pull around to the back of the building and sneak ahead of … Continue reading
February 1994 I was driving and it was either night, or very early morning. Cork and I were in the car, but when we entered Belmar, John R was in the backseat. I never drove to Belmar so I didn’t … Continue reading
February 1994 I was at some school with a guy I did not recognize. We were walking by some windows and I was gazing upon the beauty of the surroundings when my eyes happened upon a rabbit cage. I then … Continue reading
February 1994 I was in my bedroom in Oakland and my sister was home in hers. I called her to my room and within moments I had my cock out and was telling her to blow me. She did so … Continue reading
February 1994 I was on a bus with Dave G heading out towards where he was currently working on an ad shoot. There was also a couple with a little girl, and another lady. Dave sat up at the front … Continue reading
February 1994 Bart Simpson and I were riding bike in the same location Debbie dream house was. (This is a callback, or even part of the same dream with Debbie fucking the men, but it did not seem like it, … Continue reading
February 1994 I ran into Debbie outside a supermarket, quite possibly the market in Passaic by the boys house. We spoke for a moment and she invited me back to her place. It was a small house near a bay. … Continue reading
February 1994 I was driving into work in a real bad snow storm. (It was really snowing hard) I got there and everyone was pulling out of the lot to park in the street. I decided to park in the … Continue reading
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Its been a long time since a book as captivated and moved me so completely. This was amazing.
Examining Rock ‘n Roll’s Immortal Youthful Exuberance and Its Aging Fans, Critics and Band Members. “And he was too old to rock ‘n’ roll But he was too young to die” Rock of Ages – Dissertation
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You ever have those terribly frustrating calls with the utility company that left you angry and perplexed? I had such a call in 1999 and to the best of my ability have as faithfully as possible documented each call and … Continue reading
Remember when “Blood Simple” rocked the film world? Where everyone stood up and took notice? Well, I guess not. No one noticed, hardly no one. “Jaws” was noticed by everyone. “Star Wars” rocked the galaxy. Hell, from now one the … Continue reading
Umm.. well… I am never completely sure of what I like and why, but at the moment I believe I can state that I like music. Especially live music. I’ve just returned from a night in Newark with Sonny Rollins. … Continue reading
One – By Ambrose Wolfinger “Man ceased to be an ape and overcame the ape the day the first book was published. The ape had never forgotten this humiliation: just try to give him a book, and he will immediately … Continue reading
So there I was, sipping a beer, sitting in the warm Saturday afternoon Autumnal sun, strumming my guitar and watching my dog Akira joyously roam around the yard on her daily perimeter check. Convinced all was secure, she took the … Continue reading
When we were young and we encountered a dog for the first time I am sure we were all guilty of uttering any number of the following lines: “Does he bite?”, “Is your dog friendly?”, “Is it a he or … Continue reading
For those of you who were considering checking out the new Charlie and the Chocolate Factory film, don’t. Yeah, I should have known better. I should have listened to my own advise and never had gone to see a remake … Continue reading
Nancy Cartwright is the voice of Bart Simpson. She wrote a book. I bought it in a frenzied Simpson’s fit. Nancy Cartwright is the voice of Bart. That’s all I and apparently the book, have to say.
I may be the only one in the world to say this, but I just don’t get Martin Scorsese. What am I missing here? And I am not solely against him for his “interpretation” of the subtitles in his distribution … Continue reading
Arnie’s book should have been entitled: Stating the Obvious: Using Statistics to Draw Natural Conclusions. My god, I cannot believe the world praised this book as a breakthrough. God I am so fucking angry right now. And I don’t even … Continue reading
Very eye-opening look at Robert Johnson and why he has become, wrongly so as Elijah surmises, known as the “King of the Delta Blues.” The book is based on a tremendous amount of research into the music scene at the … Continue reading
Jean Renoir’s, The Grand Illusion has blown a large portion of my mind away. Living in the perspectives of a Frenchman must have been fun. Even during the first World War. They were so cordial, so civil, to appreciative of … Continue reading
When I was thirteen a Saturday morning ritual for a few weeks was hopping on my bike and riding into town to Abbie’s Pizza. Not because Abbie flung the best pizza in town, but because Abbie had a jukebox. And … Continue reading
There have been many times while biking, where I thought it would be fun to have a video camera along for the ride. I’ve covered a lot of ground in the back woods up and down the east coast, from … Continue reading
All two and a half inches of this epic trilogy of 1000+ pages had been teasing me for ages on the shelf of my bookcase. It was there so long I forgot what review or wormholing reference inspired me to … Continue reading
Many books are written for the sole purpose of imparting knowledge. Other books are written to simply be read. And still others are written to induce a guilty pleasure, like a second helping of apple pie a la mode that … Continue reading
Now, when considering hiking to the top of Mount Washington in New Hampshire, the highest mountains on the east Coast, I envisioned before me a long, arduous challenge. Which is precisely why I choose to do this thing I suppose, … Continue reading