Arriving at LAX to find an emtpy terminal is both surreal and curious. This year I'm travelling home to NY feeling like I'm forgetting something.. or someone.
I hear everything my neighbor says and does.
No holiday is complete without some time spent with those younger and shorter versions of ourselves.
Lately, it seems that the people I meet are telling me that I look angry. Rage must be in the eye of the beholder because my brain is often swirling with peaceful images like the ones I took below. Even if I am dead inside, the view is still pretty nice.
I've transfered this website's framework from CargoCollective to SquareSpace. The new underpinnings will allow me to incorporate some advanced features previously unavailable through the old whore-house.com
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Thank You to the 2013 Wild Rose Independent Film Festival for presenting me with the award for Best Actor for my performance in the short film 'Homecoming' written and directed by Keith Hedlund.
Congratulations are also in order to my co-stars Nicholas Downs and Amelia Borella, who were also awarded Best Actor wins in their respective categories.
I would personally like to thank to our director Keith Hedlund and the Production Designer, Karen Glienke, who referred me to this fine group of talented people. Last but not least, thank you to all the members of the crew; if any of what I did is worth half a cent, it's because they made the set a place I wanted to be.
Thinking of the friends back home. Life is short and the days are long.
When times get tough, I order a triple and round the bases.
One day, they will be mine.
Paid a vist to the LA Modern Auction to see some furniture built by Frank Lloyd Wright. Sadly, I was outbid by a gross margin and not being able to bring these pieces home is just wrong.
I took my King Kong sized rage out on some unsuspecting advertising executives.
While shame is a terrific source of motivation, the view from No Man's Land is only one of the many rewards.
I don't run from my past or speed towards tomorrow. I run to enjoy the right now.
I was proud to see that The Getty tweeted a photo I took yesterday. If it's good enough for them, it's good enough for you.
Made it to the trailhead of Mulholland this morning in time to see the sunrise.
I'm home. Frack me. No wait! Paul came to pick me up so we can record an episode of LFSP on the road. Nice.