Thursday, June 28, 2007


I have been thinking about this.

I do not know where my high fidelity audio cassette is.
Did you borrow it?

Horse Alarm

I think this is an illustration depicting a horse alarm.

It doesn't have anything to do with any thing.
I just had not posted in a while.

So, in case you were wondering, I am not dead.

Monday, June 4, 2007

In case you were wondering...

In case you had been wondering how many guys you can get on to one motorcycle, and ride said motorcycle around in a tent...

I will probably get jumped by some Mexican biker dudes for pointing out the homo-erotic appearence of some of their moves - so I will dwell on the guy at the end, the back-flipping while putting down the kickstand and parking guy.

I think more people should dismount their motorcycles like that.
That guy is cooler than ice cream cake.

Sunday, June 3, 2007

Eric Anderson is Chubby

Word on the street is that my pal, Eric, is chubby.

He moved to Texas, in the past few months.
I guess it suits him.

Dude, cut back on the burritos...
Carne asada, the tongue, all of that.
Drink light beer at the Continental Club.
Maybe get a shave, too..

I mean, really...

I miss you.

The Mighty and the Almighty

I just finished reading Madeline Albright's book The Mighty and the Almighty. A good read, if you give a shit about comtemporary politics and the influence religion plays upon it. So, perhaps, one of the most important books a person might read, at present.

Madam Secretary Albright has an intense understanding of the current situation we occupy in the world scene. The book speaks to our current administration, that of the various countries in the Middle-East, the relevant current Muslin leaders and the whole bit. I would go on, but you should just read it. She has the deal down - to a degree that nearly every American I know seems like a grade school shit.

I had the pleasure of hosting Madeline, along with George Schultz, last night at work. They did a talk for the Asia Foundation with a Q&A bit. Perhaps the most reasoned conversation on our place in the world I have ever heard, from two people who have shaped our most recent place in the world.

By the way, hosting former international policy leaders is far more interesting then helping some douchebag cue up his PowerPoint presentations on selling some crap that nobody needs. Setting a "world stage" is far and away better than the usual day-to-day...


Yeah, it has been forever since I posted. That is only because I had things to do, you know, actual life shit. I promise that I will update you on the goings of Scott over the next 24 hours, 'cause after that I will have to go back to doing things...

In the mean time, it is spring cash-drive time at If I have mentioned KEXP to you - it is because you are cool enough to get it. It is the best radio in the nation, period.
Every cool band I have found in the last year is due to them.
Go listen for 24 hours. Give 'em ten bucks for every song you really dig, go out an buy dig. Dig?