Monthly Archive: May 2012

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Being a Grown Up in a Geek Universe or “It’s Not for the Baby.”

It seems that there is a lot of hoopla in my close circle of friends regarding one of their friends that I stopped actively keeping a relationship with a while ago. The individual in question isn’t a bad person per se, but she has never (in my opinion) fully understood...

How the @CrownPlaza Anaheim completely failed during my stay there. Twice. 0

How the @CrownPlaza Anaheim completely failed during my stay there. Twice.

I’m sitting on Virgin Airlines flight 312 from LAX to MCO after an insanely productive weekend in Los Angeles.  Seriously insanely totally mega productive. It was great. The low point, though, is sticking in my brain and annoying the hell out of me –  so here I am writing about...

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UPDATED List of Concerts I’ve Been To (including seeing #TomPetty last week!)

Last Thursday night, I got to see Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers in concert at the Amway Arena in Orlando, Florida.  That was something a LONG TIME coming.  You see, Full Moon Fever remains, to this day, one of my all time favorite albums.  Somehow, though, I never got the chance...

Dave & Tom’s Excellent Adventure (Stuart, Florida circa 1992) 0

Dave & Tom’s Excellent Adventure (Stuart, Florida circa 1992)

You know that fear that wells up inside when your parents dig up embarrassing old photos and videos of you and shows them to your friends?  I have found a way to combat that fear. I show them to the Internet before they can. In 1991, my friend Dave DeRosa...

Japan Day 4: Shibuya Station and SO MANY PEOPLE! 2

Japan Day 4: Shibuya Station and SO MANY PEOPLE!

Things have been busy, but I’m picking up where I left off on my post back on April 9th. When we were last reading about my zany adventures in Japan, I had just left the Imperial Palace with Rob and Jason and the three of us were on our way...

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Rest In Peace, Sharon Croom

Walt Disney was a lying sack of shit. Allow me to explain. About seventeen years ago, my father got remarried to a woman named Sharon.  At that point in my life, though, I was fully grown and had moved out on my own so he, she and I never lived...