It's just me yo.
No, really. THIS is how I do it.I think about a lot of random stuff and I like to write it down. I believe in a lot of things and I think an equal amount of stuff is total crap. I am a cynical optimist. I am real. I like synchronicity and idiosyncrasy. My brain works quickly, which does not guarantee accuracy but is not A.D.D. Usually my mouth works even more quickly. I thought being really tall and living in Asia was pretty cool; but I am super glad to be back in California now. I want to be happy, bendy and satisfied... Because really, who wouldn't?
Tag Archives: live music
When I heard about this show at first I was feeling sort of tepid. I mean, I love a good Victims Family show, and Jello Biafra is certainly worth the price of admission (or, what I thought would be the … Continue reading
A day (or so) in the life of… well, me. I came across a funny Twitter post the other day from a favorite blogger of mine. I’ve reached that pure stage of blogging where I don’t care about SEO, keywords, … Continue reading
Norah: Are you sad that we missed it? Nick: We didn’t miss it. This *is* it. Live music has a very special appeal to me. Always has. As such it is very hard for me to pass up opportunities to … Continue reading
This past week was the 12th Annual Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio California. It was hot and loud and colorful and a lot of fun. From April 15th through the 17th (or 14th – if you did … Continue reading
Some people have to pay a lot of money to big-time shrinks to get back to the womb –> return to their mothership. Some of those same people call this “regression therapy”, which seems rather counterintuitive, but a therapist I … Continue reading
You’re kind of a train wreck, but god you’re fun to hang out with. I got “invited” to take a personality quiz on the Insidious Social Network today: What 90s Alt-Rock Goddess are you? It was sort of funny because … Continue reading
Unlike the other shows I have seen recently, I was not overly familiar with The Secret Machines. But, a live music junkie has a hard time saying no. Especially when yes offers so much more potential. And, yeah, I miss … Continue reading
On November 11, 1987, U2 came to San Francisco and played a free concert [ostensibly to Save the Yuppies] at Justin Herman Plaza near the Embarcadero. It was at the height of The Joshua Tree frenzy and was, in my … Continue reading