Monthly Archives: July 2008

Yes … I Did

People have been questioning the validity of the subject matter which I blog about. The things I say, the things I buy, et cetera et cetera et cetera… I am here to tell you; Yes, I did do/ say/ buy … Continue reading

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Paging Dr Rosenpenis … Dr Rosen … Dr Rosen Rosen

The dj booth is not an information desk and the night club is not an airport. Here is a conversation I had last night which I did not embellish and wrote down word for word in my phone to keep … Continue reading

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Great Balls Of Fire

As I have been traveling for some time now, I have not been home to blog about the contents of the bastion of boxes in my living room or inspired by much while on the move. But, I found this … Continue reading

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Water Sports

The French Connection, The Exorcist, Sorceror, and To Live and Die in LA can be counted among my favorite movies, all which were directed by misunderstood genius Billy Friedkin, though the little known 1980 Al Pacino vehicle Cruising is by … Continue reading

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Pale Rider

Some time ago, I was seated on an aeroplane next to my main man Rhasaan Orange, en route to Dallas. I was occupied with my third reading of Mario Puzo’s The Godfather, while he flipped through what appeared to be … Continue reading

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Does A Body Good

Admittedly, SEAN PENN is the quintessential actor of our time, with the accolades to support the claim, though I feel his best work actually predates his status as such. I find the most enjoyment in viewing him as Andrew Daulton … Continue reading

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Steady Lampin’

I am not going to tell you the designer of this lamp. I am not going to tell you what the lamp is called, mainly because the name is SO fucking embarrassing since it is “celebrity” themed. I am not … Continue reading

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Sam’s Club

His mustache was impressive and his tight grasp of age-old briar supplied solace; I relate to MARK TWAIN (né Samuel Clemens). And he was the American wordsmith of his day, both entertaining and socially-conscious. Chances are that most of you … Continue reading

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It’s Not Far … To Never Never Land

As my affection for anything pelagic grows, so does my need to accessorize this ravenous appetite for all things mariner related. Since making the plunge and deciding to, one day, get a sailboat, I have adopted lifestyle changes that are … Continue reading

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Look-A-Like: Waldo or Jughead or…

Jughead of the Archie comics v. dj Marshall BarnesORWaldo of Where’s Waldo fame v. Jughead of the Archie comics At least he’s not wearing his sunglasses indoors.

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