Saturday, February 28, 2009

Yay!!! & Kookies

Sooooo, Here's you today wondering how cold it will be today watching the weather and if you can stay dry or have to put UR galoshes back on and step over puddles and → ← here's me going to Yay!!! A place for Boards ℠ & then off to my Mom's's house to make chocolate chip yummerz. Because I'm a Kook and "only Kooks go make cookies with their Mom's's on a saturday. Fucking Barney Kook!"

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Some Really Care?

So, many of you that I have come into contact with outside of the Cyber World have been asking "what the hell does SRC stand for?" Well, honestly? It means nothing. You see, when I bought my first computer with my own money by myself waaaaaay back in 1998, I signed up for AOL (america online) and set up my YIM (yahoo instant messenger). Well, YIM I set up in 1999 and for that I made up Earwax666 & Hudude Being. Now Back to SRC, AOL let you set up like 5 screen names one of which I made up was Demonaltry, a play on the word Demonolatry.
Demonolatry is a religion of the Self. [Meaning you do Self work to better yourselves.] It is about discovering the personal divine power within yourself and living within the natural balance of the energies surrounding you [the Universe]. It is also about Self-Responsibility and inner peace. Demons, to some, are simply focal points of single pure energies. To others they are real entities with personalities and individual consciousness. Each of the Demons is the embodiment of an emotion, an element, or an idea. Some people believe these energies are sentient (real deities), while others believe they are simply natural forces without consciousness. I know this certainly sounds as Wiccan as it gets, but it really isn't. There are many differences including the base Hermetic foundation of this religion, and they have different Pantheons/Gods. Their Gods are Demons [Divine Intelligences Replete with Wisdom] because they represent misunderstood or clandestine parts of the world around us. Many Demons were merely Gods of pre-Christian pagan religions. There are Demons for love and healing just as sure as there are Demons for anger and destruction. There is a natural balance to this religion [Hermetic]. For every Demon there is an equal and opposite Demon. There are also those Demons on the subtle in-between of the two. Within this religious philosophy, everything, every situation, and everyone has this balance. Therefore, they see the world in many subtle shades of gray and consider themselves the physical manifestations of the divine. Demonolatry does include Self-Worship.

To which this I believe to an extent, which extent? I won't say. Let's just say, Self-Worship. I have never in my life bought into the concept of some Hoser up in the sky walking on clouds and all the bullshit. Back to SRC.
Another screen name I came up with was SRC Bypass, a name that I just thought sounded cool. It wasn't until later when I started stealing web code, out of the "view source" window option, that I saw that SRC stood for "source". At that point I thought "cool, it means something, kinda". At the time that I came up with it, I had no clue, it was just sounding real neat. Also, for those of you that remember early AOL will remember that they had a section for you to give some info about yourself and the computer you were on, available to other AOLers you chatted with. So, every answer I gave had an acronym with SRC. For instance, when it asked what kind of computer I had, I put Super Rad Computer and so on and so forth. In 2004 I came up with iSapien because everyone around me had iPods except me and with a little inspiration from that Shitty movie with Will Prince, iRobot. The 1956672 is my assigned Myspace number, so naturally iSapien1956672 just made sense to me, an intelligent Alien-Human hybrid model number 1956672, a Hudude Being. The tiles were all laid in place, and now here we stand, scratching our chins at the stuff that comes out of my mouth & mind. By the end of this Blog I am currently listening to "Technopolis" by Yellow Magic Orchestra from the album "Solid State Survivor" 1979.

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

The Gall Of Some People...

Zone skates the Carwash '09 - SuchLuck from Such Luck on Vimeo.
So, You can call it The Car Wash, South Side Mini, 47th, Soma's Ramp or the Kook Ramp. You can call him Scott, Zone or SAG. Bottom line is... This boi can skate like a gay brainwasher, he'll blow your mind. I used to see Scott skate at the Roselle skatepark in Roselle, IL. I would go there after work when I worked in south Schaumburg off Irving Park road. I would try to talk to him and he never said a word in response or he spoke soooo quiet that only a dog could hear what he said, this was back in like 2005 or '06. I have since become closer to him and we go eat sometimes. One time we went to Chinatown and ate with the Owner of Buster Bear and got candy afterward. (it is afterward, right? or is it afterwards? i hope i got it right) Anyway, enjoi this video of Scott "Zone/Sag/Arthur" Gall. replay as much as possible. At the end of this post I am currently listening to "E too D" by The 27 Various off of the "Granny Smith" 7".

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Yay!!! A Shoppe for Boards

So, I have a friend... His name is Steve Davenport and he is a business man. I have known Steve since 1987. The first time I ever went to skate Downtown Chicago was with Steve & Brent George, we took the train. I think it was the summer going into 8th grade. It was the best day ever, I learned frontside wall rides without a ramp-to-wall, just straight 90* wall barge. I remember I was riding a Claus Grabke "exploding clock".
Steve has been in the game just about as long as I have. He won a skateboard contest at Swedish Days in Geneva, IL. He won by doing a Ho-Ho and a Boneless 180* Hip-Hop. He's always been a killer and quick learner. He stopped skating a few times, but I could tell whenever I saw him that it was eating him up inside. (I myself had to stop skating from summer '92 to summer '93 for medical reasons, it sucked because that was a pivotal time in skating with tricks, boards, switch, etc.) I was more of the casual skater who just fucked around doing weird shit and he was the serious Barge-er (I had to put a hyphen or else you people would be all, "what's a barger?").
Did you know Steve tried going Culinary at one time? Did you know Steve went to school in Carbondale, IL for a bit? I think He stayed in the Stevenson Arms. Steve moved back to Geneva in 1995 and we would skate a lot, we both had keys to the P.I.T. in Rockford, IL. (a member only skatepark) So much fun skating with your good friend by yourselves at 1am indoor in the middle of January just learning shit. When Steve moved to DeKalb, IL to attend NIU in 1997, he lived on/off of Spiros St., I would drive out there after work, 30 minutes, and skate with him until mid-night drive back home 30 minutes, get up at 6am for work get home at 6pm and do it all over again the next day.
I love skating with him, he's such a good viber & skate-ego pumper, makes you feel good about landing the sketchiest trick just for the fact that you pulled it off. Steve did some time at Woodward, I think as a cook at first if I remember, and then as a counselor. Hey, I don't have a photo memory. Steve worked at RQ skateshop for, I think, close to 7 or 8 years. He then said "Fuck this place, I'm gunna doit my way the way I want to, it's in my blood and I know what's up". So, now He has his New Shoppe, which will be open for it's 1st year in March 2009, (YEAH! Steve).
The Shoppe is called YEAH! Boardshop located at 148 Bartlett Plaza, Bartlett, IL 60103. It's kinda convenient being right off the Metra line that goes to Elgin, IL. So you could take the train out there do some shopping and maybe make a new friend or meet an old one there and do some skating. The area has a few okay parks that are fun if you are just visiting and wanna shred. I have included some pics for your viewing pleasure, and maybe to let you know who steve is. Maybe you've seen him around over the years and never knew his name or have seen the YEAH! stickers about and said "what's a YEAH!?"
There you have it, my latest blog about an old dear friend.

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to "Telepath" by the artist Moonweed from the album "Destination Goa 2"

Saturday, February 21, 2009

Garage or Gay Rage?

So, I don't know if the 7 of you who read this knew this or not, but I used to have a mini-ramp. I used to be pretty good on them B in the D, now this here is where my inner Barney comes out and talks about how good I was and how great it was then. You see doing a frontside slide to fakie is pretty hard, but on this ramp I had them pretty good sliding them pretty much the whole length of about 5 feet. Chink Chinks? Sure, I had those too, even going 270* back in. I used to be able do them into a frontside Willy to fakie also. I wouldn't credit myself as being a "mini-ramp Champ" by any means, but i had enough flow to keep a session going for those who were. Get ready for the name drop in... 1... 2... 3... Johnny Fonseca even skated my ramp. You see, Johnny used to live in Aurora, IL and skated for Rich's Skateshop before they moved to Geneva, IL where I worked after they moved there. There were only like 4 good minis in the area, Mine, Kevin Buchwald, Chip McDougal & Brian Ayersman (sp), so we all got to know and become friends with so many different people, June Bug even used to come out and skate with us in Batavia, IL at Brian's ramp. This is a photo of Kevin Buchwald @ Chip's Ramp in Wayne, IL from 1990.

We laid my baby to rest in 1995, below is a pic of me before her majestic flaming glory. Goodbye & thanks for the Chink Chinks, Rest In Piss.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Audi Pride...

So, as most of you know, and for those of you who don't, I have driven Audis since 1990, 6 of them. Well a few years ago, around the middle of 2006, I heard about them releasing a new model called the R8, this this is so Bad Ass I wish i had the money to buy one. That and a home to store it in a Garage on rainy days. When I first heard about it it was a European release only at the time. They had a virtual tour and 360* picture gallery, also there is a section where you can build your own. If you have a 6 figure income you might be able to do that route. Too bad that my 6 figure income has 5 zeros in front of it. I even had a airbrushed shirt made at the auto show in 2005 of the Audi rings all chromed out reading "Audi Pride". I was wearing the shirt once, just going to my car to get something out of it, as I wait to cross the street for a car to pass it slows and the driver stares at me and just sits at the stop sign. I go to my car, grab my phone charger and am proceeding back inside when the driver rolls down his window and says "Hey" I reply "Yeah?" to which he responds "Nice Shirt", I say "Thanks, I Know".
You see, the guy was also driving an Audi and could relate with my pride. At that moment I felt alive, a part of something, something great, greater than anything I can explain, not seen or heard, but felt. Deep in my Soul, and I'm not even Black.

Monday, February 16, 2009

Locale Sk8 Re-View....

So, The Folex over at DBN peeped me an ear about a new Rider for Yay! Boards Hop. This guy has a name of like "Zone Gall" or something, whatever that means. This is the best guy I've scene on a China Wood with four tires. Just the effartless flipping and flapping of his bored buhneath his Shelltoes is sooooooooo kewt. There's some others kids in this vimeo, but none are as good as "The Zoner".
Okay, so the cast of Caricatures consists of some hipster white-boy afro kid twirling his board about, an old dude that goes to fakie (total old guy move), some Barney that has like two tricks & a "Gabechan", I have no clue what the hell a Gabechan is, prolly some Suburb shit. Here I sit trying to Rep the Chi (that's Chee, not Chai or Shy), I'm not a Wigger.
None of us are from Chicago, I'm from STC, others are from Palatine, Roselle, Berwyn... Shit we even have guys from Wisconsin "running" this "Scene or be Seen". I'm not from the Suburbs, never have been, I've only been from one & that's STC. Been part of Chicago's Street Team for the past 24 years. KEEP THAT SHIT IN THE SUBURBS!!!

[hip-hop is bullshit, I don't give a fuck if it is February]

Friday, February 13, 2009

Third Reich's a charm...

So, For years I have always wondered & hated the fact that cool white kids, who think they're hip, wear this fuck face's well... face, on shirts. I remember the first time I had the Idea to put his face on a shirt, around 2000, with just the words "FUCK CHE" below it. I mean they put this Mass-Murdering asshole on T-Shirts and the Big Screen everywhere. What the fuck did he ever do? Hell, I don't even know, on scholarly levels that is, the extent of what he did. I did however learn in school & college about this piece of shit & some history shows. He murdered Men, Women & Children in Communism's name, then Castro told him to go get Fucked, then after he got Blown the CIA had a Kegger. What the fuck did he do to become a fucking Cultural icon? Go over to Myopic Books and read some books on real history, not the Fag Bukowski or the witty insight of David Sedaris and how he sings commercials doing his best Billie Holiday routine. Or you know what, you could just keep watching Fox News, Bad Girls Club & TMZ.

It's kinda like the trend in Japan a few years ago, because AZNs are Süper Über Trendy, where it was cool to dress up in Nazi "SS" gear & Uniforms, they had stores filled with almost every article of clothing adorned with a cute little Swastika. Which by itself and turned to the left is no worse than a Yin-Yang. This is from a news archive - {Uniforms and other imagery related to Nazi Germany have been on sale in East-Asia, where some considered it cool. Hong Kong and Japan have each witnessed a growth in the casual wearing of SS-uniforms, as well as increased interest in the music-genre known as Rock Against Communism. Sometimes in east Asia, Nazi uniforms are used as part of cosplay. In South-Korea, an area generally isolated from Nazi cultural influences during the Nazi era, TIME Magazine observed in 2000 "an unthinking fascination with the icons and imagery of the Third Reich."}

Thursday, February 12, 2009

In The Beginning...

So, Skateboarding, this was me in 1987. I was self taught, as were the kids in my neighborhood who first showed me a board, a "real board", one that I could actually put my hands on.
I mean I have seen a Skateboard prior to "starting". My brother had a little "red plastic thing" that I would ride about 5-10 feet across the front patio when I was 6 or 8 in Genoa, IL, I felt so accomplished just staying on that long.

We then moved to Oregon, IL when I was 9. I remember being at school, standing on the playground before & after, just in such amazement as I would watch these two brothers, one would ride his bike while pulling his brother behind him on a skateboard, a "real one". I dunno, prolly a Veriflix or something, They would just haul ass. I would go home and try to ride that little "plastic red thing" but it was so hard to keep your feet on because the thing was only like a foot long, never riding more than ten feet. Eventually I gave it up, but never forgot.

I would rather go ride my bike all around town with friends, ride through the forest by the river & go play in the ruins of some old building foundation that was in the middle of the forest & completely grown over, the only entrance was a hole at the base. It was weird, there was no door. The Burnouts loved it in there. Sometimes we would play around the trains tracks, there was some sort of freight depot there, or just hang out underneath the train bridge itself. There were these planks under the bridge placed across the beams like a 10" wide catwalk. We would just sit under there for hours and watch people fishing below & boats going by. Nobody knew we were there. It got kinda scary when a train go by overhead, but more of a rush. Very Loud. Oh yeah, Back to Skateboarding.

When we moved to St. Charles, IL in 1985, I had met some kids who rode boards around the neighborhood, they had wider & longer boards, much easier to stay on and move your feet, by the end of the summer of 1985 I was coasting the driveways and Cul De Sacs. I had never seen a skateboard magazine for the first six months to a year. I had no clue there was a movement/community/lifestyle. My first Magazine was the June 1986 Thrasher, yellow cover of Mike Vallely doing a Streetplant & a Metallica inset photo (this was my first introduction to them), Everything I & we learned in that first year of my Skateboarding was all out of our heads. Even if & when we had the magazines, it was still just pictures and words. We had to teach ourselves how to make it all work.

Of course, now there are instructional videos to make the whole thing go a little faster, but I personally think though that learning on your own helps you develop your own personal style and keeps you in the dark & not caring what is the Trick or Style Du Jour. It's more real and true. Once we all learned how to Ollie good, we just went up stuff, went 180 or 270 off door steps, We would do Board Slides to Fakie both ways because we didn't know how to come out of them on ledges and curbs yet, then eventually learning to pull out of our Boardslides both ways in the middle of the curb because that's all we had to work with, we didn't have curbs you could slide off of, you had to learn to come out early to land. We learned Hurricanes both ways by accident by trying to do Frontside & Backside 180 Ollies up our patio steps, learned Power Slides by accident because we were going to fast while trying to steer down. I started in 6th grade, the rest is History. Nice Ending.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Wednesday, Hump Day? Hmmm...

So, Today is Wednesday, the 11th, tomorrow is Abraham Lincoln's date of birth, 200th Anniversary WOO HOO!!! Partay!!!
Funny thing about Lincoln & Black History month is, not only did the Wyte man Jew the Blacks by giving them the shortest month of the year, they also gave them [the blacks] a birthday month of a guy who didn't even like them that month. Yup, that's right, even though Lincoln didn't believe in slavery and having Colored folks as property he still, none the less, didn't think they should be of much worth and definitely not be President. Below are some excerpts I found on the subject.

{{{{More racist statements by Abraham Lincoln: (Sources are cited)

In an address at Springfield, Illinois, on June 26, 1857:

"A separation of the races is the only perfect preventive of amalgamation, but as immediate separation is impossible the next best thing is to keep them apart where they are not already together… Such separation, if ever affected at all, must be effected by colonization… The enterprise is a difficult one, but ‘where there is a will there is a way;’ and what colonization needs now is a hearty will. Will springs from the two elements of moral sense and self-interest. Let us be brought to believe it is morally right, and at the same time, favorable to, or at least not against, our interest, to transfer the African to his native clime, and we shall find a way to do it, however great the task may be." (Vol. II, pp. 408-9) 3

In the famous Lincoln-Douglas Debates in Charleston, Illinois, Lincoln said:

"I am not, nor ever have been in favor of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races. I am not nor ever have been in favor of making voters or jurors of Negroes, nor qualifying them to hold office, nor to intermarry with White people; and I will say in addition to this that there is a physical difference between the white and black races which I believe will ever forbid the two races living together on terms of social and political equality." (Fourth Debate with Stephen A. Douglas at Charleston, Illinois on September 18, 1858 (Vol. III pp. 145-461))4

In the shadow of the monument to the man who spoke the above words, assembled the 1964 Civil Rights march. The heavens must have laughed in irony. I searched out the text of Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation and found to my consternation that even his speech that accompanied it called for the deportation of the Blacks from America and their repatriation to Africa:

"…and that the effort to colonize persons of African descent with their consent of upon this continent or elsewhere, with the previously obtained consent of the governments existing there, will be continued." (From the emancipation proclamation issued from President Lincoln on Sept. 22, 1862) 1

The following are President Lincoln’s words at a repatriation ceremony in Washington, D.C.

"I have urged the colonization of the negroes, and I shall continue. My Emancipation Proclamation was linked with this plan. There is no room for two distinct races of white men in America, much less for two distinct races of whites and blacks."

"I can conceive of no greater calamity than the assimilation of the negro into our social and political life as our equal…"

"Within twenty years we can peacefully colonize the negro and give him our language, literature, religion, and system of government under conditions in which he can rise to the full measure of manhood. This he can never do here. We can never attain the ideal union our fathers dreamed, with millions of an alien, inferior race among us, whose assimilation is neither possible nor desirable." (Vol. V, pp. 371-5) 2 }}}}}}

So, as you can see..., but there is also a new book out called Lincoln on Race & Slavery by Henry Louis Gates Jr. (a Black Man)

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

First London, Now this?

So, Thankfully, I don't think I've burnt these bridges yet. Each day, I learn something new about myself. Different people, Different points of view. Same place an hour at a time. At least I can still listen to all my Adrenalin O.D. records. Maybe it's me who is the Bad Karma Merchant & is Second To None, what can I say, besides Old People Talk Loud, I just want to be a House Husband married to a Middle Aged Whore. Until then, here I sit as a Fishin' Musician.

Monday, February 9, 2009

No Regrets

So, I'd do it all over again, little crybabies can't hear the guy ride his little skateboard. Modern artists don't write on the front unless it's incorporated into the picture.

If you don't know me by now...

So, you will never never know me at all. I have what looks to be like this. Yeah, It sucks. Yet, Not as much as your Mom though or else you wouldn't be reading this. Fuck You! Skateboarding since you were Swimming in Dad's Nutsack.

Sunday, February 8, 2009

I like good skaters

So, I've come to the conclusion that I like good skaterz over bad skaterz. Some of the gooder skaterz that are good and I consider good are Andy Selsonblue, Alex Vanillasaur, Tony Labradore, Jesse Newhome, Steve Davenger, Zone Gall, Steve Purdude, Bens Myth, Jeremiah's Myth, John's Share@, Mr. Fau Fau, Erst Boiz 2 & 3, Buster Cohen & June Bug. These guys aren't fresh, they don't wear flat bills, well, June Bug might, but he's Puerto Rican.

They don't care which way their wheels are facing when they put them on, their grip tape is on straight, not strategically placed off-set, they get their shoes & clothes dirty and don't care, because they know how to use a washing machine. When they jump out of a trick they don't have that "wigger bounce". I mean nothing against black skaters, because I've never seen a black skaters bounce like that running out of a trick. (Shelley, the Twins, Antonio, Emfon, Demian, Gershon, Ron Chapman, Sheffey). It's something of a mystery, kinda like that wigger-stache, like a dead caterpillar on the top lip.
Granted almost everyone done be do got a shoestring 4 a belt these days. Just like in the movie White Men Can't Jump, "You'd rather look good and lose than look bad and win." Although I don't know if this constitutes as looking good, rather than just some punk-ass wack MC.
That might be a hard look up there in Highland Park, but to the rest of the world you're a fool. KRS-1 would have a field day. Oh and by the way the whole rattling license plate thing is also part of the "Downlow".
FUCK! I could go on for daaaaaaze, buddy ass finda bees done be go do.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Facespace and Life

Here we have my list for your enjoyment, past, present & future. Well, the future will come by the time you got here to read this. It hasn't happened yet for me at the time of writing this. Hello, welcome to the future.

Out of the 7 cars I've owned, 6 were Audis. 1984 4000S (90-95), 1990 90S (95-97), 1984 4000S (1995), 1996 A4 (97-99), 1991 Volkswagon Passat (98-00), 1993 90 (00-05), 1999 A4 (05- present)

I have been skateboarding since 6th grade (1986) and only stopped for a year (92-93) for surgical reasons, which kinda sucked because 1992 was the turning point in the evolution of tricks in skateboarding. I missed out on so much.

I used to own my own company for 5 years (98-03). It was an online Psychedelic Trance mail-order company. If I wear headphones when I skate, it is all I listen to, total Eargasm.

I was in an Industrial band for 5 years (98-03) playing Guitar & Synthesizers. They are called Cruciform Injection, I recorded 3 albums with them, we traveled a bit mostly mid-west, New York & Canada.

I am most comfortable driving at 80MPH on the highway with the no music or if I do have music, I am prolly cranking Psychedelic Trance.

My brother died at 21 when I was 16 and I didn't really start feeling the effects or affects of it until I was 25. I started realizing that I would never have a niece or nephew, never be an uncle, when my parents kick-it, I will have no brother's house to go to on the holidays. It started being a real bummer that I get emotional when I see my friends and their siblings getting along and laughing. It really bums me out.

I found myself in 1987. That is why people always say I haven't changed one bit.

I never chased girls as a kid, didn't see the point. Never laughed when I heard the word fart, it's just like coughing or burping. Never laughed when a teacher would talk about sexual reproductive organs or child birth. When the rest of the class was giggling I was getting annoyed. Yes, and they were still giggling in College.

I have worn a 10.5 shoe & had 36" waist for the past 21 years. Although I can wear 34" now, I still buy 36" for comfort. Damn vanity styles.

I was never in search of the eternal party or even just the party. I have also never "partied"

I have over 15 pairs of shoes, over 3600 CDs, over 300 vinyl, over 500 cassettes & over $20,000 in musical equipment.

Never Smoked Cigarettes, never done Psychedelics (well 'shrooms twice, does that count?).

I have never taken out my earrings since 1996.

I have prolly the best memory & eyesight of anyone you know, if not pretty damn close.

People are surprised at how good I am with kids, and as soon as they start making a big fuss and scene about it saying "OMG! I had no idea you were so good with kids!", "he really likes you, look at him smile" It bums me out, I stop & go watch TV or get a Snack or a Drink and leave the room.

I have an ability to interact pets, without words, that are, as I am told, otherwise not good with people, new people or men. One case in particular had to do with a dog that was half Wolf and never let anyone close to it or pet it. I was able to do both and get in its pen and play with it, the owners told me she never let's anyone even approach her.

I still cry when I watch Fox & the Hound.

Out of all the people I'm still friends with and talk to I have known Jennifer Van Bergen Bereta the longest. 1985-Present.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Ah, the Joys of Email Archives

So, After going through some old Email to try & find pics that have been lost due to the 500GB taking a dump. I find this piece of Certified Racial GOLD.

David Letterman's Top 10 reasons why there are no black NASCAR drivers:

# 10 - Have to sit upright while driving.

# 9 - Pistol won't stay under front seat.

# 8 - Engine noise drowns out the rap music.

# 7 - Pit crew can't work on car while holding up pants at the same time.

# 6 - They keep trying to carjack Dale JR.

# 5 - Police cars on track interfere with race.

# 4 - No passe nger seat for the Ho.

# 3 - No Cadillac's approved for competition.

# 2 - Can't wear helmet sideways.


# 1 - When they crash their cars, they bail out and run.

Sunday, February 1, 2009

It's Literally Ironic

So, I just found the best fucking podcast ever

over at the best blog EVR! Hipster Runoff, bro, Altbro, mexalt, ERVY1 is a bro, we are bros, one nation under bro. Let's go have a Brewdog or a Brewski and talk about girls who are chill and you can be bros with. This is no way to treat a Bro.

Puff Pitty

So, I just found this during my infinite quest for old cassettes that have been converted to MP3 and are not commercially available.

Dry Bones Nation: Barney Division.

So, word on the Street is that Matt Blevins

is a Premature Barney, but I ain't never seen no Barney ridin' no skateboard like this. Good Luck Matt, I'm rooting for you, I'll be here if you have any questions. Look for Bart Jones' name on the page of the Authors links. He's another old friend.

To Hell in a Hand Basket (ball) & back... in Black.

So, Alex over at Get Pumped

just told me today that Obama was going to be putting a basketball court in the white house. I was all like "R U 4 SRSLY?". All this time I was defending this guy hoping he wouldn't be the stereotype, not like Pioneer or Sony, they are stereo types, not stereotypes, you see, there is a space BTWN the one letting you know that it is a type of something, the other has no space. Anyway, I was saying, "you just don't know the guy, he's done good for Chicago communities" yah know support the the little hometown hero, not the skateboard contest series by RQ aka: Nor ILL, but the politician. That word has such a negative overtone. What the hell is the DIF BTWN an Over & an Undertone? Can you be Underneath an Overtone, like The Infinity Project song? How come you can't be Overneath something? Does neath imply under something? If so, wouldn't Underneath be redundant? I shoulda went to Blue Island tonight, it's now 12:34am how nice and remedial. It just takes a 1/2 hour to get down there at least. Sooooo bored, and lame for not going sooner. Prolly coulda been doing some Steve-O shots to some old Soul & Ska music. Real Ska, not that Mustard Plug or Skankin' Pickle shit.

"Fo' Sho! I be done be do loves me some bloggins!!!"


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