In Case You Missed It! This episode, Tim Lapetino, author of "Art of Atari" joins us! We discuss the amazing artistry behind some of Atari's greatest hits! Are you a fan of 'atari art'? Then you'll love this interview! Also: I feature 'Mean Santa' by Tim Duarte in this episode's "Homebrewz" segment & some cool #Atari news on Newsline! Watch, behold the amazing Atari art & subscribe, like & comment if you enjoy this content!
"Pull the Plow" was written on August 20, 1999, at the moment I decided to get 'clean.' I've been clean now for 23 years and 3 months. #writing #poetry #journal #gettingclean #clean #addiction
"Remote Controlled" was one of my very first poems I wrote way back in 1990, when I was 14, over 31 years ago. This one's about my Dad and I... his alcoholism at the time and his verbal and physical abuse I endured. We made up years later, thankfully, and became best friends before he passed in 2019.
"An Art Gallery in Soho" Walking along Hands in the air Laughing out loud Just look at our hair We’re movie stars We’re creative beings We’re wonderful And we’ve got wings Picture perfect In every way No matter what The critics say. 11.7.19 11 pm thu bb.
First off... Happy New Year! I know that gets old, but I really mean it. I wish everyone a happy new year. I promise I won't ask you about resolutions. I don't really 'do' resolutions, but instead, I use new years to reflect back upon the year and make sure I've learned my lessons and... Continue Reading →
This year, one of my personal goals is to take more photographs. To be honest, I have a Canon Powershot G7X Mark II which is amazing. I sold my Canon T5i Rebel DSLR camera, which was very hefty and too heavy to take on most of my hiking adventures around town. Last year at the... Continue Reading →
Hello there. Brian here. AKA ballistik coffee boy on LiveJournal for over 20 years. UNTIL... one day, I logged on, and it had suddenly been sold to the Russians. Yeah. NO kidding. And they were about to start flagging posts that mentioned homosexuality and remove them and fine the poster. Not joking. After over 11,000... Continue Reading →