Hate-Track Tapes

Did you know that cassette tapes came out before 8-track tapes? I feel like that’s what’s happening with racism, homophobia, and sexism today. Like, everyone knows there’s a better way, but there are still a bunch assholes cruising around in old, beat-up, rusted-out, shitty Trans Ams, and they’re jamming matchbooks into the deck, so their [...]

Children’s Book Coming Soon!

I’m stoked to announce a new project that I am currently working on with the very talented Alfred Donovan Stewart. We are collaborating on a children’s book about making s’mores, because, who doesn’t like s’mores? If you don’t, you’re killin’ me, Smalls. Anyway, I came up with the concept while eating S’mores Cereal (which if [...]

The Deception of Desperation

Seeing anything as absolute keeps you from understanding anything beyond what you’ve limited yourself to understanding. It’s not knowledge that would lead a person to this end, it is desperation. Desperation begs for an ultimate answer when an ultimate answer is an unknowable impossibility. You simply cannot know. You can believe. That will need to [...]

From Quarantine to You

As my friends floated into the ether of boredom brought on by quarantine, I started creating videos to entertain anyone who might be watching on my Facebook pages. I hadn’t picked up my guitar much or sang much in a while, so I decided to do some music. I also read a couple of chapters [...]

Mercenaries On Vacation

Our own understanding of our importance is one of our most defining tragic flaws because it first gives us a false sense of overarching accountability. What we feel we are accountable or responsible for is our source of pride. This pride has a tendency to grow, allowing us to believe that our initial importance is [...]