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A half-stack doesn't fit in the trunk.

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Cratering

a half-stack doesn't fit in the trunk
Home is where I want to be
Pick me up and turn me round

Home is where I want to be
Pick me up and turn me round

Red Bank: not too shabby.

Newark and Secaucus: nope.

Red Bank: not too shabby.

Newark and Secaucus: nope.

That thing where a series of hilarious events worthy of a liveblog is happening, but to do so would be rude and possibly career damaging.

So, instead, a selfie en route to the Jerz.

That thing where a series of hilarious events worthy of a liveblog is happening, but to do so would be rude and possibly career damaging.

So, instead, a selfie en route to the Jerz.

Out of my league a little, here.

Out of my league a little, here.

Making the sausage.

Here’s a music video I was in. From 1987. That’s older than a fair number of people reading this, I know. 

I’m playing bass in the video—check out the proto-mullet—but I am pretty sure I played guitar on the track. I’m absolutely sure we were high as balls throughout this shoot.

Okay, I'm scheduled to do the drive home NEXT Friday since that's as early as I get get there. See you then with booze kbye

You are my only true friend; none of these other slackers are stepping up.

Gotta get down on Friday

  1. I’m a big, big fan of Apple products, but I’ll be skipping the watch. In fact, I’d been thinking about treating myself to a new analog watch this fall/winter (hi, Robin) and seeing the Apple watch makes me want a real one even more for some reason.
  2. The next week is impossibly overscheduled, even by my ludicrous standards. Some good (recording studio!), some less so (the Jerz). The main bummer is that I won’t be around for the kids’ bedtimes 6 of the next 8 nights. This sucks for everyone involved.
  3. I’m running in my first-ever organized 5K next Sunday. See previous point re: the state of my training. Ruh-roh, Raggy.
  4. When I see that Tumblr Savior has blocked a recommended post and it’s also by a user I’ve likewise blocked, I stand right up and high-five myself. (If you are reading this, you are not blocked.) ((You guys would probably be pretty surprised by who is.)) (((Nope, never gonna tell.)))
  5. Will one of you please drive me home? I’d prefer to have a big glass of bourbon and maybe a nap in the back seat. Msg me for deets. Thx.

abloodymess:

reverbivore:

Hi-Tone 200 Tube Amplifier
Where Reeves amps win over in the Boutique Hiwatt field, the Hi-Tone has been steadily competing with them.  Reeves amps, while amazing in their own right, are incredible boutique Hiwatt pieces, but for better or worse depending they generally aren’t as true to the original Hiwatt specs that people loved.  That’s where Hi-Tone comes in.  They not only wanted to make an amazing modern boutique Hiwatt amp, they wanted it to be built Dave Reeves original Hiwatt specs that every came to love about his amps.  They even went as so far as to hire Dave Reeves son to build for them.  While Reeves makes an amazing amp (their custom 225 for bass is at the top of my want list right now),  Hi-Tone is the company to go to if you want an amazing rebuild of that old classic Hiwatt.
Photos via: 1, 2

Oh baby

*gasps audibly*
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abloodymess:

reverbivore:

Hi-Tone 200 Tube Amplifier
Where Reeves amps win over in the Boutique Hiwatt field, the Hi-Tone has been steadily competing with them.  Reeves amps, while amazing in their own right, are incredible boutique Hiwatt pieces, but for better or worse depending they generally aren’t as true to the original Hiwatt specs that people loved.  That’s where Hi-Tone comes in.  They not only wanted to make an amazing modern boutique Hiwatt amp, they wanted it to be built Dave Reeves original Hiwatt specs that every came to love about his amps.  They even went as so far as to hire Dave Reeves son to build for them.  While Reeves makes an amazing amp (their custom 225 for bass is at the top of my want list right now),  Hi-Tone is the company to go to if you want an amazing rebuild of that old classic Hiwatt.
Photos via: 1, 2

Oh baby

*gasps audibly*
Zoom Info
abloodymess:

reverbivore:

Hi-Tone 200 Tube Amplifier
Where Reeves amps win over in the Boutique Hiwatt field, the Hi-Tone has been steadily competing with them.  Reeves amps, while amazing in their own right, are incredible boutique Hiwatt pieces, but for better or worse depending they generally aren’t as true to the original Hiwatt specs that people loved.  That’s where Hi-Tone comes in.  They not only wanted to make an amazing modern boutique Hiwatt amp, they wanted it to be built Dave Reeves original Hiwatt specs that every came to love about his amps.  They even went as so far as to hire Dave Reeves son to build for them.  While Reeves makes an amazing amp (their custom 225 for bass is at the top of my want list right now),  Hi-Tone is the company to go to if you want an amazing rebuild of that old classic Hiwatt.
Photos via: 1, 2

Oh baby

*gasps audibly*
Zoom Info

abloodymess:

reverbivore:

Hi-Tone 200 Tube Amplifier

Where Reeves amps win over in the Boutique Hiwatt field, the Hi-Tone has been steadily competing with them.  Reeves amps, while amazing in their own right, are incredible boutique Hiwatt pieces, but for better or worse depending they generally aren’t as true to the original Hiwatt specs that people loved.  That’s where Hi-Tone comes in.  They not only wanted to make an amazing modern boutique Hiwatt amp, they wanted it to be built Dave Reeves original Hiwatt specs that every came to love about his amps.  They even went as so far as to hire Dave Reeves son to build for them.  While Reeves makes an amazing amp (their custom 225 for bass is at the top of my want list right now),  Hi-Tone is the company to go to if you want an amazing rebuild of that old classic Hiwatt.

Photos via: 1, 2

Oh baby

*gasps audibly*

Free to a good home

Along with my two tickets to see Robert Plant in October (squeeeeee!) I got two copies of his new CD, lullaby and…The Ceaseless Roar. I don’t need two copies, so you can have one. Yes, you.

First commenter who wants a CD can have it. I’ll mail it. You’ll have to be willing to inbox me your address, obvs. No creeper, I promise.

XTC - Here Comes President Kill Again
(76 plays)

Here Comes President Kill Again // XTC

Here comes President Kill again
Surrounded by all of his killing men
Telling us who, why, where and when
President Kill wants killing again

gatsbylives:

120pagemonster:

Hot damn.

YESSSSSSSSS

Here’s the (one, singular, only) good thing I saw today. I feel I should share.

pleasedontsqueezetheshaman:

dopemove:

1. Go to http://www.fcc.gov/comments
2. Click on 14-28
3. Comment “I want internet service providers classified as common carriers.”
4. Done

5. Boost

As we go through round N of the net neutrality fight, the phrase that pays is “common carriers.” That’s the same status that the phone companies had. It forces them to be completely agnostic about the content they carry, and just shut up and carry it.

Do this, and use that phrase when you talk to your whoevers in DC.

the whole and nothing but