Some traditions are rich in history and purpose while others are just about getting drunk. It’s St. Paddy’s Day today, but I’ll be pulling from another holiday for a tale of competitive drinking, and hugs all around. Strength and Love are strong in today’s reading with a touch of Sun to make it all better.
I have a horrible sense of direction, so of course when I was twenty-one I got a job as a delivery driver fro Jason’s Deli. Despite my shortcoming I figured it out, and it went on to be my most favorite job ever. They weren’t all winners though, and one evening I was swallowed up by a neighborhood for three hours trying to find the house. The end result was . . . not pretty.
This week’s story comes from my younger days of getting into mischief. I guess to be honest we just invented new methods of mischief, and this is the story of one of those inventions. Also, pentacles with a cup come together in royal fashion in this week’s reading.
This week I step back into my days as a clerk at the good ol’ software store, and how the unruly actions of myself and fellow co-workers may or may not have caused a District Manager to quit. Plus, wands and magic are flying around this week’s reading!
We can’t all be sportsman, right? This week I give some background into the recording of a classic Letters to Voltron record as well as learning when not to hang out in the pool with your band mate.
Despite the amount of weirdos and creepers on social media these days it’s still an amazing tool when used correctly. If you don’t like or agree with what someone says or does all you have to do is not look at their posts, right? It seems that’s not the case with a lot of people who feel the need to express why they don’t like it in venomous messages and unnecessarily scathing comments, which happens to be what our story is about this week.
I’m back from Days of the Dead Atlanta 2019, and I’m ready to tell you all about it! Tune in to hear my breakdown of all three days along with all the weird, fuzzy parts in between.
Remember that time we went to Donk’s when johnwayneisdead was on tour? This week I give a detailed account of the events leading up to that glorious adventure including a walk to end all walks. Plus, my NEW book, As Seen On T.V., is out now from Grindhouse Press so check it out!
I’m fresh back from my 6th BizarroCon in a row, which was the 11th overall, and I can’t wait to tell you all about it. This is easily one of my favorite events every year, and this was no exception. Tune in to hear all about what a time I had!
This week I tell a tale of my time as Safety Patrol Captain in fifth grade, and an innocent misstep that landed me in hot water with ‘the man’. Also, I get denied a table at a convention because of my ‘content’.
This week I talk about being signed to an Independent Label with the band I was playing in several years ago. It didn’t turn out to be the experience of our dreams, and it left the band in pieces, but the knowledge gained proves to be invaluable.
A few years back I ventured waaaayyyy out of my comfort zone when I went on a trip to Nicaragua. As a guy who doesn’t enjoy doing ‘outside things’ you can imagine how it went. There were some bright times too, but I’d rather see the movie.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year . . . if you don’t have to deal with a million mouth breathers who have apparently never interacted with another human being. That’s right, this week I’m talking working in the service industry during the holiday season, and how it squeezes any of every form of good cheer from your entire being.
I’m fresh back from the 2018 Jekyll and Hyde Comic and Horror Convention, and am ready to tell you all about it. I detail the trip starting from Nick P and I leaving Houston and all the chili-drenched, hotdoggin’ good times along the way. What a time was had!
This week I look back into my high school days again at a time when I was introduced to the world of high school royalty in the form of the homecoming court. There was no way I would be nominated, but that was my name they called over the loudspeaker. I was caught off guard, out of my element, and dressed to depress, but from all of this a small spark of confidence was birthed.
Stepping in dog shit isn’t the end of the world, and is mostly funny when it happens. That is unless you’re me in seventh grade. This week I pull from the archives of my childhood when I was an emo, giant pussy who cried at the drop of a dime, or in this case a shit.
In a special episode I have one of my best buds ever, Nick P, over to Wayne Manor to help tell a story we experienced together. It was a rowdy, and poorly remembered trip to Galveston, but we managed to put the pieces together enough to agree on what happened. At least I think we agree . . .
Ah, New Orleans. A city of culture, history, and vomit. Lots and lots of vomit. This isn’t a vomit story, but it is about a trip to good ol’ NOLA that happened to coincide with a National Swingers Convention. Did I mention it was also a city of great adventure!
This week I talk about another time I found myself in a studio situation i probably had no business being a part of, but such is my life. I tried to help skirt the licensing laws, but I was in no danger since pulling it all off proved harder than anticipated.