Saturday, December 26, 2009
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
This week I was served a harsh dose of reality that millions of others face each day: working at a soul crushing job. I was reminded of the daily fear and anxiety of younger days that I have since shed. When reason and logic become a rare commodity, it is then that we find it wherever we can. When I heard this on the radio on my way to work, I felt it so strongly, I knew everything was gonna be OK... Admittedly, watching this clip made me feel even more guilty about this song.
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Monday, December 7, 2009
It's time that everyone posts their year-end best of lists. Summer of 2009 was the first year that Emerson lived with air conditioning, and it made a huge difference in his habits. Without the sluggish months of suffering heat, he had a lot more time to cruise around the house and check things out.
This led to his LP resurgence of 2009:
After 12 months of sorting through the records, these are his top picks for 2009:
1-A.L. Lloyd, Anne Briggs and Frankie Armstrong - The Bird in the Bush
2-Eyehategod - In the Name of Suffering
3-Burial - Untrue
4-The Outsiders - C.Q.
5-H.G. Wells - War of the Worlds (honorable mention)
More best of lists coming soon!
Saturday, December 5, 2009
Being away a lot can strain a relationship. Buying things may not be an ideal way to express your feelings but, at the very least it says "I thought of you while I was away". Here Ethan and Peter carefully choose a gift for their significant others. They weigh the options in order to make the best selection.
Sea shells are a wonderful example of organic matter. They posses a complicated beauty only matched by the one you love. Peter is seen here trying to decide which one sounds best and what kind of message will it whisper into his darlings ear?
Friday, December 4, 2009
It's a sign of the times when the city of Miami can't afford a proper number 9 for their public calendar.
S.F.S.G.S Alert. No Sea glass found but there was plenty of interesting organic matter.
Rollin' in style.
Bridgette Donahue: Man eater.
Peter Coffin where art thou?!