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Running Over Challenges

Living in Canada and in and around the Toronto area I have been exposed to some of Buck 65’s music which I generally found to be odd (in a 20th century way), yet inspired in a ‘yahhhhh progression’ sort of way. Being an avid sports fan with baseball near the top of the list, I … Continue reading

“There Is Society Where None Intrudes, By The Deep Sea, And Music In Its Roar” -Byron

“A shipwreck gave a man limitless opportunity to know himself if only he cared to find out. He could always press further, dig deeper, find places no one had mastered. To Chatterton, there always seemed to be opportunity on a shipwreck, even the simple wrecks: the opportunity to confront the problems really worth solving, and … Continue reading

And You Thought New York City Apartment’s Were Small

“The civil dead, that’s what I am in this hellish monstrosity, civil dead. Hitler’s regime had more civil liberties than this sinister stinkhole. Caesar and the Romans tolerated the Christians more under their laws. Romans – when in Rome, do as the Romans. Living among psychos, I’ve become a psycho.” Richard Dube lives in a … Continue reading

How To Air Out Your Clean/New Laundry

“Ultimately, their is no good that comes out of evil. Only evil comes of evil, no matter how much good might seem to result from it.” I just wanted to preface my review by saying that when deciding on a book to read I take the responsibility of the selection as well as the review … Continue reading

Rock and Roll May Be on Life Support but Legends Never Die

“So sometimes it’s the sand in the oyster that creates the pearl. You need some irritation. You need some repression or some conflict. And my life would have been much less satisfying if I didn’t know that.” Hugh Hefner From his mouth to God’s ears Neil Strauss has been eighteen-years-old for more than two decades … Continue reading

A Night Out on the Town with Hollywood Royalty

” ‘Drinking makes such fools of people and people are such fools to begin with, that it’s compounding a felony.’ ” Robert Benchley What I like about reading books about Hollywood glamour and fame from the early stages of film and celebrity is the realization that although over seventy-five years has passed since a lot … Continue reading

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