My life got complicated quick. So I'm fighting back. This is where I strip out the complications of life and share the simple truths that make my world go round.
On Monday March 19th, 2012, I attended the Warriors vs. Timberwolves game, which was also Chris Mullin jersey retirement night. They gave away a bobble head too, but it ran out before I got there, bummer! The halftime ceremony featured a bunch of the guys … Continue reading
Apparently my dog, Amos, was not impressed with Creighton’s performance against UNC. Either that, or he’s just exhausted after 4 full days of watching TV, haha. Every year, my buddy Chris and I get together to watch the first 4 days … Continue reading
Great live show! Check em out if you like distorted/jamming indie stuff like Silversun Pickups.
KG hits a last second shot for the Celtics to beat the Warriors by 2. This is a photo that I snapped just as Garnett catches the ball to hit the game winner. I just noticed that there are only … Continue reading
Last month I had the opportunity to travel to Bogotá, Colombia for one of my projects at work. After a week of long 12-13 hour days, we were lucky enough to have a co-worker in the local Bogotá office show us around … Continue reading
Check out what we found! I just made the following small update to the Carry On blog. What a cool coincidental find. UPDATE: About a year after I posted this entire Carry On blog entry, I opened up an old … Continue reading
I’ve added all of my American Nightmare shirts and hoodies to the AN vinyl blog. In addition to AN vinyl, I originally set out to collect every AN shirt ever made. I continued up through their summer tour after Background … Continue reading
I’ve updated the Revelation Records vinyl entry with any later Revelation release that I’ve collected which was not already included. Examples include The Nerve Agents, Ignite, Battery, Better Than A Thousand, Where Fear And Weapons Meet, Down To Nothing, Sinking Ships, … Continue reading
Fucked Up is the latest addition to the vinyl documentary… Fucked Up captivated collectors in a non-conventional way by releasing several short vinyl-only 7″ singles. These singles almost never came on colored or limited vinyl, and most followed the same … Continue reading