The Guerrilla Tipster invokes his mighty right, passed down by the hands of the gods, to assert wisdom upon the unwitting. Today I find the signature of the Guerrilla Tipster upon the windshield of a car in the Barnes and Noble parking lot of Duluth: LEARN HOW TO PARK DUMB SHIT!! The words are poignant.… Continue reading The Guerrilla Tipster
There’s something to be said for focus. Hitting the hot spots on the web for news is well and good, but it’s probably more productive to focus on those places that can offer you something to comment on, rather than simply steal your attention away from what you came there to do.
Saturday I took a workshop with Raquy Danziger of Raquy and the Cavemen. She’s touring for her latest album release, “Naked.” I’ve been looking forward to this workshop since before it was actually being offered with her busy touring schedule. Perseverance paid off and the schedule was finally updated to include Atlanta as a stop… Continue reading Raquy Danziger Workshop
Actually, I’m looking for the “how to” on graffiti. I’m having quite a time trying to get the style down. It’s difficult for me to derive a graffiti style that doesn’t just look like a cool font. I’m not sure I completely understand the difference yet, but apparently I don’t have the right mindset for… Continue reading How To: Graffiti
For Christmas this year I decided to go in over my head and do some shopping for women’s jeans for my wife. I took the advice of several other females – some at work, personal friends, and family. I learned a volume about women’s fashion designs and the marketing evil behind it. I also learned… Continue reading Women’s Jeans Suck
Balthazar wrote me a nice message this morning. His first, I believe. I think he intended for me to post it here, so here’s Balthazar’s first blog post: Etrosekwekd oiddf.k5rotipskdr4;t,lr.erfr;;;ewk .ir9roi3eeeeeeee eeeeeeeeekkeo3i4o eeeeeeeeeiooooooei3 wlp rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr ekrs/d.ðw’ré 444444444444444444444444 pél5[p4 4r’r 4rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
As I write this, I’m winding down to sleep after a strenuous day. I played in Athens today at Kidsfest as mentioned previously. Although no longer or hotter than last year, we were in greater demand this year. We played almost 5 hours continuously. That’s a lot of skin slapping, and we were all beat.… Continue reading Good Morning, Sunday
I had a really great time with everyone that showed up to drum tonight. Although the coldest night we’ve been outside this year, it was probably the most energetic. Matt and I didn’t even realize how cold it was until it was all over and we were standing up. The knees get a little stiff… Continue reading Most Excellent!
From a product I viewed (MoCoLoco: Algue) recently, home decor takes an organic leap forward. The product is one of Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec’s designs. The Bouroullec’s are brothers in the modern art industry. Some of their material is on display at the New York Museum of Modern Art, and their resumes continue to impress.… Continue reading Algal Blooms for your Spring Decorating Tips
Amy is working on a photography project for DragonCon 2004. I don’t want to give anything away before the gallery is opened, but I’ve provided some pictures of our costuming efforts on me. I tend to get dressed as a satyr with some frequency, so I’m getting used to it. Satyr – Wikipedia, the free… Continue reading Satyr Costuming