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New Designs

14 Aug

…for shirts and aprons and shower curtains and skirts and coffee mugs and so much more.

Hot Blooded, YOLO Cats, Stack Sats, 2020 Fest
Twenty-Twenty Festival, MYLF, Fuck Brunch, YOLO Cats

I hope that everyone that reads this post decides to buy some bitcoin ($100 gets you $110 if you’re a first-time buyer using this link) and then, later – AFTER they’ve possibly more than doubled their money – they remember this suggestion* and return the favor by buying some of my silly designs. Let me help you to help yourself so that you can then help me. Pay it forward.

*this is merely a suggestion, definitely not investment advice. Never invest more than you can stand to lose completely. If you’re curious to learn more about bitcoin, just ask anyone you know that has ever mentioned bitcoin. If you don’t have one of these people in your life, reach out to me and I’ll point you in the right direction.

A random music quote for your day

8 Mar

I copied this quote (by hand – during a party) from a magazine or newspaper cut-out that had been taped to a door in some stranger’s house:

“Unfortunately a lot of the world’s great music, in the minds of a lot of people, has become a safe thing to experience. In my opinion, any great work of art is a very dangerous thing for anyone to experience, because if you’re really experiencing, let’s say, a great quartet work – the Cavatina of the Grosse Fuge, for example – you don’t know what might happen to you. Your molecules could get really bent out of shape, your whole life might take a different direction. That music has a great deal of power. It’s not safe, it’s not wallpaper music… it’s a challenge, an attempt to create musical essences. I think that about great works of art. It’s not safe. It’s not safe to go hear a Mozart symphony, not if you really listen.”
~David Harrington (the Kronos Quartet)

[bolding is mine. link is to a random Youtube performance.]

machines versus teh strings

10 Dec

Several years ago I attempted to make a song. Before I had a chance to finish mixing the levels, I had computer issues which resulted in all the source files being lost.
As far as I was aware, everything – except for the single file that was uploaded to the splice on myspace music page – was gone forever and ever.

Today I discovered the final remaining copy of my pseudo-song:

“machines versus teh strings” by splice