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i have an industrial sized one of them
they call 'em photocopiers now. who knew
omg how you do that
that is INSANE
That was so weird dude
I got one friend req. and it was like.. uh..
I dunno, it popped up as showing I had 238
but I only had received one. and I thought you did a magic trick. LOL
first novel 1963
v for Very Big Dick
i dunno wht we're tlaking about now!
i don't think your message sent. I just saw V.
FB chat is very, very buggy on my end
I'm not a man.
i dont even know if my msgs send. it's weird. prolly why anytime one notification comes up it'll show a bunch
Ahh, I gotcha. I honestly don't know what anyone is online.
My SN is a cat.
My cat's name I mean
mgmt haha i saw them live i think.
You live in Cleveland?
I was supposed to be bussing down there yesterday or today or one of the past 3 days. heh
ahhh, gotcha. I just saw under yr activity an event in CLE
took a wild guess
Lived there for 5 yrs.
Wow Scott Pickering is mutual friends with my 2 friends from CLE
Small world haha.
You may very well know one or both of 'em too for all i know!
I was gonna see his band play. Missed the show. Too sick to take an amtrak this weekend.
Not Scott but my friend I mean
Yes. Since the 80s.
Meg and Justin?!
If you know Meg and Justin that is insane! Very small world.
Some are frenz of frenz.
Darius, is that Charlotte Pressler.. the late Peter Laughner's ex-wife?...
I am quite fond of poetry by a person from CLE named Charlotte Pressler.. i think that was her name- but i can't remember... and she is among my FB ads.
Yes. Dead at 25.
Friend requests. whatevs, I forget what to call 'em, I'm a bad Facebooker.
That's his ex wife, the page I'm looking at now?
i know of Laughner.. he is a huge idol of mine
She's a Fla. Prof. now. still single.
i was just a little awestruck to see Charlotte Pressler in my friend req. thing, because i was just istening to her and peter's amicable divorce reading a day or two ago..
wow. I loved her work,, the little i have been able to find
insane.. i think she might even be under my influences list on this thing with 3 or 4 others
that's so crazy, i had no idea she'd be a Facebook user or on here.
it was so neat to meet eBay on eBay
Lisa on eBay* gosh, sorry. My typing is off. I work clerical ...I type a lot and fast.
So I make errors when I'm multi-tasking and stuff- not trying to be rude or anything!
wow... I cannot believe that is Charlotte Pressler
How did you link our friend lists up like that? If you don't mind me asking.
Believe it, Kool Thing.
I find it so fascinating that you (sort of) know Meghan Guder and Justin ...even though Cleveland and stuff.. yeah.
Suggest Friends feature.
My message didn't send.. Chuck D
I have that on CD and it is one of the few CD albums I have actually listened to recently.
I had been sorting old CDs. I had a huge collection growing up. 700 still, trying to give away or sell most all of them now. BUT... while looking through these Deans milk crates stacked w/ CDs I found some albums I wanted to rip to my laptop.
That one was one of 'em. It's near-by somewhere because I had been playing it through the big speakers.
"The Suburbs" by The Arcade Fire over and over again for years! Try it!
I found a buncha old gems and even some tapes.... CD just got really expensive- at least here. 15$+ tax was too much when a vinyl cost the same or less usually cuz I bought a lot at shows.
You know whats weird?
I never much got into the Arcade Fire. I knew a lot of people who LOVED them. And some people who hated them. I was indifferent. My ex had no opinion and she did help get me into a lot of music I had kind of shunned before.... more just because I didn't give the entire body of work a thorough listen. But at the same time, The Arcade Fire is one of those polarizing bands for me in the sense that what I have heard I just don't know if I like or not. I haven't heard enough...
They're like Wilco in the polarizing way... I like a lot of Wilco, but some of it I don't like. I don't know what to make of them. Only I've heard a TON of Wilco stuff compared to TAF just ..probably because of Tweedy/Chicago/etc. I dont own a single Wilco album even, but it's so easy to recognize their tunes now...
Chicago loves 'em
Vinyl Listi %8.98 vs CD List $15.98.
But yeah. I'd take some Arcade Fire recommendations for sure. I'm on tghe hunt for some new tunes.
Right?! I buy vinyl for 4$ and sometimes they're limited pressings even.
If I can find a limited to 56 on green wax of something for approx 7$US (it was GBP, around 2-3 GBP... so I guess 6-8 bucks maybe, I'm bad at conversion rates).... I'd take that ANY day of the week!
I keep a discogs account and am still trying to update it with everything I own on vinyl and the important releases on tape and CD that I still enjoy. I admit I am a pretty crazy weirdo collector with that stuff!
Do you collect anything?
Vinyl or CD or Tapes I mean?
And I'm looking into buying back some Meatcake... I let my ex keep a ton. I hear there's a comp. now?
1960s Teen Titans in mint condition!
Is it best to buy straight from Dame Darcy's etsy? I don't have an etsy account of my own, so I haven't bought anything yet! It's been silly. I have put it off forever even though DD has so many things I'd like to buy and I have a decent chunk of disposable income right now just because I moved and am saving money at the moment as a result. I wanted t obuy some meatcake.
If you like Meatcake, that is.
I just dunno where to buy them now save for eBay and I don't like buying from re-sale.
Red Meat is awesome
ever read those?
Neat Stuff, Yummyy Fur
I liked Doonesbury for awhile... had a huge compilation book that was autographed. I gave it to my father as a gift, if I remember right.
I'll have to look into all of this!
Yes, direct from artist is best.
please remind me if I forget, haha.
I agree completely.
I pissed someone off on eBay once.
But totally did not mean to!
They were selling Rollerderby for about $20 for some editions I have 2-3 copies of just because Lisa has sent me doubles once or twice here or there.. and I have someee old ones my ex doesn't have and some that just survived or I'll find in a stack of old stuff. Hell I have old cosmos even from ages ago, and a Latoya Jackson Playboy somewhere... even a Vanna White one! I keep weird mags. But anywho, I have some of these RD copies, and the guy is selling 'em for liek $20 a piece.
I just kind of asked him if he was affiliated w/ Suckdog or Lisa in some way or another (he had Suckdog stuff up, I think thats how I found his page.. and Dame Darcy Meatcake, and maybe Maximum RNR or Forced Exposure zines too...) ..and I asked whhy his were so much more than her sales.
I wasn't trying to be rude at all but I don't want to buy bootlegs and one time I bought a 'zine that someone just xeroxed a copy of and re-sold. I've bought manuals to 4tracks that people made on their own. It's annoying but I was naive w/ the manual, my own fault.... though whenever I buy a zine, I make sure that it isn't someone selling bootlegs. That's all I really wanna make sure. I don't wanna buy a xeroxed copy and I've done that once for marked up value. The guy got all pissed and took it personally, and started talking about how I wasn't there when they had no money and he was and yada yada. I apologized and explained I just didn't wanna shill money out for bootlegs... he was coool then.
But I noticed Dame Darcy sells a lot of stuff on etsy and I shared an account w/ someone. Don't have my own. I really wanna buy from her store, though. I bought a new copy of Dancing Queen today.... only 5 and signed. That's why I like buying from the artists or writers straight-up.
Plus it has been so cool meeting some of the people on Lisa's facebook. Lots of fun discussion and good folks.
Mint condition copies of your local free weekly HIGHLY collectible!
LISA CARVER IS THE BEST.
You know what I loved as a kid? I dunno how you feel about them as comics or what, but I loved Calvin & Hobbes. I think it was more because it reminded/reminds me of some family members from downstate IL and stuff. But I loved those so much as a kiddo. I read every single one and then bought any archive or double-copy I could find and read those too, even if it only had a few things I hadn't read before.
Lisa Carver is amazing.
Finding her on eBay was the best. And then we shared a story about Bloody Mess and his crimping iron.
I was born 1965.
It was so fucking funny, cuz I bought from Bloody Mess on eBay once or twice and while he was nice, I totally laugh everry time I think of that RD article on tough guy rockers
Peanuts was my strip.
So when she brought it up I about DIED laughing cuz i had almost forgotten about it.
I love Peanuts!!!
I kno Bloody Wounds not Bloody Mess,
For a minute I would save two from the Funnies.. and sometimes I will still.. but it got to the point where I just saved the funnies each week, and got too lazy to clip them out... but I would take scissors and clip Peanuts and Garfield.
Each week as recent as maybe..2010? 2009? I dunno... 3-5 years ago I did it a lot. I had so many and then my cat pissed on a pile and I kind of stopped hehe
Bloody Mess was a GG Allin acolyte. He kind of sucks. Nice dude to me personally, but he is a cornball.
And he lit his hair on fire.
It was part of his act... so the idea of him crimping it has ALWAYS made me laugh so so hard.
When Lisa mentioned it out of the blue in a message on eBay we started chatting more and then I finally wound up on here adding here haha.
I was out of touch w/The Scene for a couple years in the 90s.
Bloody Mess was from Peoria, IL too and I have been there a lot
so hes kinda an IL dude I guess?
Yeah he was 80s
Well in Il then with GG.
Chicago. I'm Cinti.
He's Oregon-based now or something.
Yeah I dig it. You have been to Bogarts ever?
Have you ever been to Bogart's?
og course sux
That first question was so grammatically incorrect.. haha
it looks sooo bad
It's likee the vic I bet
The vic reminds me of what bogart's looks like and what friends have told me.
Jockey club Top Hit Sudsy's
Seems like a steaming pile of shit, how is it still standing?!
Bogart's that is
The notable Cinti. clubs since early 80s
I have never been to CLE... I lived with someone who had JUST moved here from Ohio, but she was only there for a little bit I think. So she didn't have much to tell. Justin and Meghan I have known for 2 or 3 yrs maybe... and I plan on going to Ohio to visit them this summer or sooner... was supposed to see Justin's new band one of these past 3 days. Does he know who you are or does Meghan?
Bogart's is horrible. The worst.
Chicago's best? IMO?
What would you consider good.. bigger clubs or smaller ones?
I booked for mpshows.com for a minute, a chicago robbery aka booking company
And they stopped booking at the cool venues but Bottom Lounge, Empty Bottle, Beat Kitchen (even tho the shows there now kind of aren't the stuff I dig), Deagan music before it closed down...
those were some favorites.
the vic is a dump, the metro sucks
the exit is cool i guess. forgot about that place. kinda tame now.
i left my sesame stret umbrella there 2 halloweens ago. depressing.
It's really nice to know some people in the area at least, so I accepted most of the requests who sent me one. I may be moving to CLE or somewhere in Ohio anyway sometime later this year. CLE, Boston, and for a second CAL but that's off the list. CLE BOS and maybe, possibly FLa but doubt it. I wanna move somewhere for a year, one of those places. real bad.
How affordable is apartments and stuff?
Damn! that rules!
I'm looking for 1-bedroom but I stayed in a studio in Chicago and I don't even wanna name the price now.
I hate our costly city.
I could spend $200+ on fun stuff, and have 2 BEDROOMS. Next thing you're gonna tell me is the apartments usually have 2 bathrooms to.
My ex and I just needed a small studio for a year, but wow, do i ever realize how much we were getting rammed.
Nice place and ice area but it was such a rip in retrospect.... Chicago is like that though I guess.
My friend in ohio told me it was cheap, but 500 for a 2/br is amazing.
Chicago is the gual for avd. modi-class Cincinnatians.
You know what I read not too long ago?
Michigan or rather
is like Cleveland on steroids. Someone said that.
And man I couldn't agree more.
I love Detroit.
it sounds so true.
And I have never been to CLE
But it just seems like a nice description.
Cleveland is great.
I have been thru DET once I think. Never stopped. I'd love to visit.
Yeah I wanna move there for a bit before it's too late and I have to near my youngest brother, or in Chicago for awhile anyway.
Destroy All Monsters!
So so awesome
I them so much
one of the best...
CLE and Ann Arbor... they have produced some of my favorite musicians ever...
Kick Out The Jams Motherfuckers!
Dead Boys.. Laughner.... DAM...Wayne fucking Kramer, YES
ever listen to Wayne and Johnny Thunders' bootleg gig?
it's so good
Dead Boys Laughner Cramps etc. cLE
If you're a Johnny fan at all you cannot go wrong.. Wayne is great. Sings on one or two. Some good covers, some Johnny classics, maybe a dolls song or two...
Dead Boys are one of my favorites. Stiv is/was amazing.
I am in the process of making a video w. stiv and johnny.
Just being so lazy.... I have to splice it.
Johnny is NYC
I know, but
The video has a point beside the areas
I always associate the two dudes too admittedly
they were good friends. I wish the two of them + Dee Dee really did get to put out that Whores of Babylon album, but it was mostly Stiv and session musicians.
I love Stiv's memorial gig... but it is so depressing...
Cinti. is Charles Manson's birthplace.
Cheetah is crying
it's weird to see Cheetah cry I guess.
Johnny's eyes are the size of dinner plates- as usual- but he is on...
Point of my video
New York Dolls decimated!
someone asks Johnny... the video starts and Johnny just tells the guy "I hope this isnt another boring interview about drugs" and it totally winds up being one.
the guy asks johnny what if you die?
and johnny goes, "What if you die?" ... "but I don't do drugs." "So what? What if you get hit by a car?" ... or something to that effect; circa 1982 or 83....
Our horrible best known band is prob. the fucking AFGHAN WHIGS.
flash forward to stiv and paris...sigh.
Johnny knew a thing or two. Even if I am currently rehabbing my own drug problems.
Hit by a car like Nico in Paris.
Just like Johnny says in this interview.
I want to compile the clip with some Stiv footage...
And memorial footage.
I don''t condone drugs or use but I also think Johnny was killed. ONLY rockstar myth death thing I buy into a lot.
Well Brian Jones too lol
I think he was just shoved in a pool and too high to swim.
If that's murdeer then yeah...
Eh.... I buy one thing possibly
Maaaybe dylan carlson shot him up
and he didn't wake up
He was NOT suicidal!
And dylan + courtney set it up
I also find the Allen wrench theory odd
you ever hear that one?
I found a geocities type of page that explains it in entirety and it is interesting
I'm not a courtney hater though to be fair
I love Courtney Love no matter what.
I wonder if possibly dylan shot him up and they didnt want him to look like another dead junkie and they covered it up. Accidental overdose coverup. But I dunno.
I grew up and loved Nirvana and I try not to think about it. It made me sad at one point... but so many rockstars have come and gone and shit.
The one death I truly am bummed about to this day is Johnny's because of how versatile his music was and he had seemed to be cleaning up when he died. Dee Dee said it was a meth deal gone bad. He was on meth maitenence. His fuckin' body was shaped like a U when rigor mortis set in and the hotel room ramshackled.
I used to own everything incl. every bootkleg and cassette release by her. Endlrss;y endlessly entertraining. I could lsten to "Live Through This" for 5 years non-ay.stop anyd
I find the whole Manic Preachers thing interesting too
the dude disappearing- Richey
but he killed himself. Jumper, me thinks.
I saw him. He was great. 1985 or 6.
He would have been ID'd if he was alive! That big scar on his arm from the 4 REAL photoshoot thing alone is ID-able.
I have never gotten a tat or anything because I have this weird feeling one day I may need to vanish. I have scars that could be id'd on me though and that is so easy to recognize, he would have been noticed by someone for it if he was out there.
Theres' a better chance 2pac is alive than Richey Edwards...
but that fascinated me until he was declared officially dead.
if you ever want some Hole CDs
I nave no scar piercing or tat
I could mail you some for free.
I have some old sngles
The only one I really like is the slit-wrist one because I love that covder. hah.
i'll send you comix
I gotta find 'em but I totally would send em
I could even part w/ the slit wrist one probabyl
love that scar cover
I gotta find them before I move. I'm trying to unload a lot of these CDs.
I have similar tunes, i.e. Babes in Toyland and L7.
if you like anything like that. I generally am not tied to any of my CD collection at this point save stuff I've bought in the past 2-3 yrs
she auditioned with babes in toyland
You know I'll try to add some of my CD collection to discogs.com my account and stuff, and you can let me know what sutff you dig and I'll put it aside )
Kat rules too
Babes in toyland is good
I think they brokeup
i love the USPS!
i remember Betty Blowtorch too.. reminded me of BIY..rip
me too haha
I lived right next to a post office in andersonville my old apt.
now it's a bit further
I cant spell her last name so i didn't try hehe
I saw the Slits live before one of their main mebers passed away
right before, or a year before maybe.. not too long before
They were reunited I think maybe?
john rotten's step-daughter born in Germany.
I still cant believe how many people have gone in recent yrs even. Poly Styrene... shit.. i always forget.. it's sad.
middle age is tuff
Thats why I cant get hung up on one said death i.e. a Cobain even if I loved Nirvana
Johnny T. though depresses me. His music was so versatile, even the cabaret album he did I love
i wish he was still alive and peter Laughner
he was unbelievable and did so much in his timespan
Ain't It Fun.. the intro dedicated to Jane Scott
that gives me CHILLS
she died in 2011
it was prophetic
Laughner > Dylan as far as I'm concerned
and I hate making statements like that but he was an unreal talent.
i think i own his complete recording on a fucking computer dvd disc
just an amazing songwriter and I even like his version of Alll Along... more than Jimi's...
I have so many bootlegs
I can't even keep track
i have take a guitar player for a ride
dylan almost died in 1966 CIA again
on CD somewhere
but I dunno where... i have it all in mp3 now
You ever read the book about Mary Pinot?
I think that was her name...
I might be off now
I Hate MP3s
Heaed of it.
it's a JFK book about the CIA assassination about his last mistress
i didn't mean to put that 2nd about
I wanna read that book if it's any good.
i like kennedy stuff...
I am the son og JFK. Not kidding.
You went down in that plan?!~
Miss January 1962 mother
I remember that happening, too. so much crazy stuff w/ that fam. A lot of people I know are fascinated by 'em
Merle Pertile 1941-97 USA my mother
I gotta look this up!
I believe you
JFK illegitimate father
Wow... holy cow... I believe you.
That's insane. The coincidences within our convo.
Just the CLE connection even. Too cool!
I live close to the Gacy plot? hah. I feel like I have no more cool stuff to top that.
I look like a fucking sort of like a Kennedy.
That is insane. I knew someone who was obsessed w/ Kennedy stuff...
I am an ancestor of uhh
the Sinclaires somehow
I gotta trace it
Sin Claires maybe
I forget the spelling.
I could find it easy enough, i think
Not obs how it is.essed/Kust
Not obsessed/\. Just how it is.
did your mother really grow up in Indiana/IL?
Or was it CAL?
I read two different things
Adopted in the 60s
The internet is pretty conflicting
Are you Joni's brother??
What is your profession, Jello? Publicist?
Clerical worker right now
I write a lot.
I'm doing clerical work to get by ...temp. job, then I'm going to look for something else when I move.
perhaps freelance writing, I'm going to hope I can get lucky and land a gig somewhere or with something. I also have considered moving. and I play the stock market, as sad and embarrassing to admit that can be....
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Back in Los Angeles, editing a new "magazine" published by my friends Randy and Kate Moss, a couple of real troublemakers who kind of picture themselves as... well, I'd better not say it. But they don't want this to be about them, not at all. I shouldn't have even mentioned them, but they did say it was okay to use their names (but no pictures) as the backers of this venture. Anyway, as far as "magazine" goes, all they told me is that they want to be wide open to what that means. It could be like a quarterly, a literary journal, a tabloid or a glossy newsstand publication, or a "zine" or a phonograph record. The only thing they are discouraging, at least at the outset, is any kind of compact disc, CD or DVD, and any comparison to Mr. Unmentionable and his Unmentionable Unmentionables. I'm sorry to be vague, but those are the rules. Other than that-- no rules. No ideas about frequency or size, content or format-- and what really excites me is the possibility of coming up with some format, technique, INVENTION that has yet to be invented, thought of, or even imagined.
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