Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Rap song!

Saturday, November 25, 2006

How to live with curse.

This is the new album put out by stavesacre. It pretty much kicks the largest blue whale's butt. A sample song may be forthcoming...

10,000 miles

Well there it is. I've put 6,600 miles on this beast. I've put almost twice as many miles in 6 months as the previous owner put on it in more than 6 years. Oh and its a beautiful day.
Check out my new photos.

Tuesday, November 21, 2006


Monday, November 20, 2006

Tom Goes to the Mayor

I think Tom goes to the mayor is a totally underated show. It takes some getting used to perhaps. This clip is about "bass fishing".

Saturday, November 18, 2006

Take that.

Oh yeah. Taste it, State.

Monday, November 13, 2006


Today i am going to NC state. (boo hiss) . I think all my readers can rally against this common enemy. Not that I care if you do. Anyway, I have to go there to listen to a talk from a visiting professor and then hopefully pick his brain on matters of great interest to me. Thankfully i will have a professor there with me so that when i freeze up and sound stupid, he can ask questions that make sense.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

say goodbye to a piece of punk rock history...

This was my first bass guitar. It was my primary bass on at least one summer tour, and I used it when recording the sweet bass lix on Pocket Change's First album : Steadfast. I think it might be the last remaining piece of Original Pocket Change memorabilia that we had left... maybe Grover still has some drums or cymbols or something... the point is, that yesterday, I sold it to a stranger. My reasoning is thus: I was only holding onto it for sentimental reasons. I haven't touched in at least 5 or 6 years. I have another bass guitar which sounds better, plays better, and which i use on an almost weekly basis. It seemed silly for me to keep holding onto because it wasn't like some vintage awesome bass, or even a bass with a lot of character... besides the character that it accrued with me. No, It was a Blaze brand, or as Tim liked to call it, the Blaze-o-caster. It was a good bass, but it needed to find a home and be played, and I needed some money and the space. It was a win-win. Thankfully I sold the case too. But don't worry. Like i said, I still have a bass, and I'm still rockin hawt lix.

Monday, November 06, 2006

New Pictures

And more to come most likely. Its been too long since I uploaded some stuff to my flikr account.

Saturday, November 04, 2006

The book of heavy metal

I like some kinds of metal, but not this. The only reason I "like" this is because its rediculously funny... but not on purpose. I would someday like to direct a metal video because it would really give me a chance to use my particular kind of creativity... one day.

Friday, November 03, 2006


Check out this survey. I will Update with my highlights later.
So i will take the survey with the benefit of explaining my answers.
Of the categories: protestant, catholic, jew, born again christian, I would choose "born again christian." I am a 26 year old white male with a post graduate degree.
I am ....
Absolutly certain that there is a God. My certainty is via faith. In my reasoning, if I am not absolutly certian that there is a God, I am not absolutly certain that I am a Born again Christian. John and Paul try to assure their readers that they can be assured of their salvation or "born-again"-ness. If I can be sure of my salvation, i must be sure of my Savior.

I attend religious services... once a week or more often.

If there is a God, do you think of God as male or female or neither?
If I may be allowed to equivocate, I would say neither with the caveat that i believe God is masculine which I believe is a characteristic that would exist even if the sexes did not. Under the assumption that male is used here to mean "masculine" I would say God is male since He describes himself as Father and Son in two of His persons.

I think of God as being…

A spirit or power that can take on human form but is not inherently human. This is the best answer to choose from. The bible says that God is spirit and Jesus is God become man.

I think God…
Controls what happens on Earth. What a loaded question. I am forced to choose this answer because the others imply that God does not interfere with earthly affairs. I believe God's interferance in human affairs are rightly called miracles with all the infrequency that a miracle implies.

Do you think that the Jews, Christians and Muslims all worship the same God or not?
not. I'll cite 1John 2:23 "No one who denies the Son has the Father; whoever acknoledges the Son has the Father also." Denies what? vs. 22 " Who is the liar? It is the man who denies that Jesus is the Christ..." the "Christ" being the Greek word from the Hebrew "messiah" or "a human descendant of King David who will rebuild the nation of Israel and bring world peace by restoring the Davidic Kingdom" or "the awaited king of the Jews; the promised and expected deliverer of the Jewish people" (taken from here )

Feel free to take the survey yourself.