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Also, for the next 3 months or so, Nokia is sponsoring the show. They sent me an N810 and I chat about it a bit in the thing. You can use the code “inoveryourhead” if you’re going to buy one, it’ll give you a 15% rebate on it (which is cheaper than Amazon).
So the plan is to do them every 10-14 days or so… feel free to harass me if I don’t (Podshow will, otherwise). :)
I don’t read him anymore, but Steve Pavlina pointed me to this guide (no longer available) a few years ago which helps me lay out my goals every year. I’m not a Tony Robbins guy otherwise (never read any of his books), but this thing works for me, so I do it at the beginning of every year.
I’ll make the file temporarily available here in case anyone wants to look at it. It just helps you outline stuff, but it’s good.
How the rich control your education, being a cyborg, and the chessboard of life.
The Seven Plagues of Modern Man, new tattoos, New York and Toronto are piece of shit cities. Etc.
Seriously, it’s criminal that we all have to pay for music that sucks when stuff like this is free. This Definitive Swim compilation puts the previous freeload stuff I’ve blogged about to shame. Go grab yourself some of this.
(But yeesh, I send so many links in the direction of Adult Swim you guys probably think I’m getting paid by them.)
So I recorded this show last week that is to be my last ‘studio’ show in two months or so. So it’s rambling BS until that time! I’ll try to put some songs in there too, though, so don’t stress.
I don’t remember much of what I talked about on this show, except for the fact that RoboCop has a hot ass for no reason whatsoever.
My first regular show in about a month. I talk about the Homelessness Marathon, which is going on as I write this, about working through some of my long term goals, and the best t-shirt I have ever owned.
I also play a track from the band The Knife, which you should really check out. Click the picture, go listen to the tracks.
I’ve been reading David B’s massive graphic novel Epileptic, so I felt it was time for me to come out and talk about what having epilepsy means to me.
I have more to say about this, but for now, I just wanted to put it up. Looking forward to your comments.