When I was in high school I went to Peabody’s Downunder to see Rocket From The Crypt play. My friends and I didn’t have enough money to pay the covers so we wandered the The Flats of Cleveland, Ohio sparing change from people. We ended up by The Odeon where we walked right in because whoever was headlining was already on and no one seemed to care or notice. We pointed and laughed at some boy band that was playing got some change and headed back to our show.
A buddy who made me a tape that had the Minor Threat discography record on it, Dixie by Avail and a Minor Threat cover by The Suicide Machines. This tape would later go on to change my life...
When I was a kid I didn’t really have friends so I retreated to my basement for most hours of the day. If it was the summer I wouldn’t leave the basement besides to eat or use the bathroom. I had a tv, vcr, nintendo and my dog Toby. Here we watched countless movies and acted them out. We would rewrite scenes and create them. (one of Toby’s favorite characters was Snarf from Thundercats) But that’s not the point. The point of this post is to discuss Dennis the Menace Dinosaur Hunter.
That’s an insane number. There’s no more 30 is the new 20. There is just 40 then 50. I guess suicide is an option but I’m much too young for that.
I can’t get comfortable when I want to write. It’s as if I’m blocked. Blocked isn’t something I believe in. My dumb brain is always moving, dreaming, thinking, creating nonsense but nothing is coming out on paper. I keep telling myself to review the ten thousand hours of television I watch a day but instead …
Today’s going to be a triumphant day.
I was born in 1980 and raised through the perfect era of the 90s. During that time I fell in love with a movie anyone who has turned it on has also found appreciation for; Bill & Ted. On August 21st, 2020 Bill & Ted 3 was set to be released, this is my 40th …
I’ve been planning to start jogging recently to lose some of my quarantine weight and this popped up, since it’s always nice to have a goal I figure I’d sign up.
Once I started going at the movies I kept it to my favorite titles from my favorite time period but it expanded to being too loose on the titles. Like I own Apocalypse Now on laserdisc because it was a dollar, I should have passed, I’ve never even seen that movie.
-This was where I helped Iggy Pop crowd surf through the pit and watched Jimbo Wallace ride his bass during Rev. Horton Heat’s set.-