Monthly Archives: April 2013

San Fiasco, California Pt. 2

It’s been a couple days since part 1. My friend James made it and he’s been giving me shit about paying too much attention to my silly gadgets and that I need to experience life right now. Stop obsessing over … Continue reading

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James Made It!

So after a day or two of flight troubles leaving the Midwest, James made it to SF. Picked him up at the airport. Now I don’t have to aimlessly wander the streets looking for entertainment.

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San Fiasco, California Pt. 1

I’m not sure there’s going to be anything exciting about this blog except for the mildly amusing title. I came out here on short notice to hang out with my friend James, only to find out that his flights from … Continue reading

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Let’s Get Drunk!

Swearin’ Sailor at Fly, a happy hour bar and pizza joint right next to my hotel. Great prices for a big city and lot of good looking city folk to keep the eyes entertained. Spiced rum, lime, ginger beer, and … Continue reading

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City Life

Arrived in SF. The traffic gives you a clue you’re almost there. You get excited and then slam on the brakes. Oh, right, City driving. The people. The noise. Cars parked on the street! This is what civilization looks like. … Continue reading

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San Francisco Delight!

So I’m off on a pretty last minute trip to San Francisco! Taking the Spyder on a chilly ride through the Sierra Nevadas. Meeting my friend James there, who is flying in from the snowy hinterlands of Minnesota. The 70 … Continue reading

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Tattoo Character Assassination

http://gameological.com/2013/04/splattered-ink/ Here I am being interviewed about the notorious cult classic Tattoo Assassins. It’s a video game project I worked on in the early days of my art career, somewhere around 1993 or 2994. Good god! Where does the time … Continue reading

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