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Plan 9/ Boon-jong Hops
1/14/2020 | 0 comments

 

Apologies.

Two Sundays ago, I went to the Alamo Drafthouse with Scott to see Rise of the Skywalker. He'd already seen it, of course, but was a good sport and agreed to go again with me. He had a free ticket to the Drafthouse, which is why we went there. They're one of those dine-in theater experiences, and as one might expect from the name, also serve alcohol.

The whole food service aspect wasn't as bad as anticipated. The wait staff was mostly unnoticed, but there were a couple of times when they came by at tense moments of the film. The film itself...well, it wasn't as dumb as the last one, and it did manage to wrap up the saga of disappointment. I'm glad to be done with Star Wars movies for now.

Then this past Sunday we went to Frank & Sons, which is a permanent collectibles show, like a small comic-con. He was looking for some things, and I asked to tag along, to have that experience again and see what I've missed in the last ten years (though I have continued to be exposed to some of it through him). I didn't buy anything, but there's some neat stuff still getting produced. F&S itself was smaller than expected, and didn't have the varied selection that a con would have.

Otherwise, I've mostly been researching the Coachella lineup, listening to one or two albums by every artist (I just reached "D"). Lots of good stuff, and I think I will have an easy time enjoying two weekends. Been buying the stuff I like that's available on Bandcamp, but I really don't understand why digital albums have to cost $10. I spent too much money downloading albums yesterday.

Keeping up with the working out. Added protein shakes to my routine. Really focusing on building out my shoulders and putting pec muscle on, mainly in an attempt to reduce breast tissue. Hoping I can get away with no surgery, but these damn lumps do make me so very uncomfortable in my body.

Keeping up with the Canyonback hikes. Pushing myself further, taking uphills without breaking, feeling much less fatigue than I used to. Testosterone is a miracle hormone, that's all I can say.

Nearly done with The Mandalorian (speaking of Star Wars), which is ok. Better than any other SW stuff that's come along since the original trilogy. Amd now Hayley's got me addicted to this Netflix show called "You" about an obsessive and charming psychopath. She had a type.

Just wanted to give a quick update before I have to go to work in a few.

Sounds Like Fun, Thanks!/ Haze the Day
1/3/2020 | 0 comments

2020

 

Haven't done this with my phone before. I assume it's going to break the page.

 

I GET TO SEE DANNY ELFMAN!!! After wishing for him (mostly in Oingo Boingo form) to be on this lineup for 15+ years, it is happening! So so so so so excited.

No Chemical Brothers, though :(

 

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Luponic Distortion 12 + 13
1/1/2020 | 0 comments

2019

 

By the way, 2019 was quite possibly the craziest year of my life (aside from that one where I went from a couple of cells to a fully-formed human out in the world).

 

1. What did you do in 2019 that you'd never done before?

Came out, did the old gender swap, switched hormones, went to barbers for men’s haircuts. Kicked my weed addiction.

 

2. Did you keep your new year's resolutions, and will you make more for next year?

I had goals for the year, and I did manage to meet the big ones.

 

3. Did anyone close to you give birth?

no

 

4. Did anyone close to you die?

No. But I did lose my grandparents’ house.

 

5. What countries did you visit?

None, but I did get to Georgia (specifically Atlanta) for the first time. And managed to fit in a Hawaii trip.

 

6. What would you like to have in 2020 that you lacked in 2019?

Facial hair

 

7. What dates from 2019 will remain etched upon your memory, and why?

May 31 – T Day one

 

8. What was your biggest achievement of the year?

Took major steps towards becoming the person I’ve always felt I should be. And dropping that weed habit that I’ve been wishing I could get away from for the last decade.

 

9. What was your biggest failure?

Still feel that overall I’m not accomplishing much in life. But at least I’m enjoying it more.

 

10. Did you suffer illness or injury?

Nothing major. I even managed to avoid the Coachella flu this year.

 

11. What was the best thing you bought?

Talk therapy, festival tickets, and my flex-fit baseball hat. Though purchased out of necessity from ruining my phone’s headphone jack, I’ve come to really like my wireless earbuds.

 

12. Whose behavior merited celebration?

Hong Kong protesters fighting for their democracy

 

13. Whose behavior made you appalled and depressed?

Billionaires’

 

14. Where did most of your money go?

Mental health and music festivals

 

15. What did you get really, really, really excited about?

Going to Shaky Knees with Deez. Getting the help I’ve long needed.

 

16. What song will always remind you of 2020?

Hmm…maybe “Eventually” by Tame Impala or “New Magic Wand” by Tyler, the Creator

 

17. Compared to this time last year, are you happier or sadder?

Much happier. I was very much freaking out this time last year.

 

18. What do you wish you'd done more of?

Weightlifting

 

19. What do you wish you'd done less of?

Worrying and overthinking; driving angry

 

20. How will you be spending Christmas?

This is always a weird question to me. Am I supposed to fill this out before Christmas, or am I supposed to know what I’ll be doing a year from now? I spent this past one in Hawaii, and it would be nice to do the same next year.

 

21. Who did you spend the most time on the phone with?

Talking? Honestly, probably dad, as he’s really the only one I talk on the phone with. If we include texting, then Deez.

 

22. Did you fall in love in 2019?

no

 

23. How many one-night stands?

Such a wasted question. I think I’ll try to come up with a better one for me.

 

New 23. What music festival lesson did you learn this year?

Don’t take too much acid on Friday. Always have Benadryl for the night, and hide it as carefully as any other drug, for it is essential!

 

24. What was your favorite TV program?

Big Mouth, The Good Place

 

25. Do you hate anyone now that you didn't hate this time last year?

No, I think I hated all the same people

 

26. What was the best book you read?

Still getting through that Grant biography. It’s good, but dense. I really need to read things other than Reddit.

 

27. What was your greatest musical discovery?

I knew of Tyler, The Creator, but hadn’t listened to him. “Igor” was probably my favorite album of the year. Altin Gun was a good one (thanks, Desert Daze!). And I just started getting into Galaxie 500, thanks to Part Time Punks. Also got super-obsessed with Blood Orange, but they aren’t new to me.

 

28. What did you want and get?

Counseling and hormone replacement therapy

 

29. What did you want and not get?

The attic floor put in. Tool’s “Fear Inoculum” on CD

 

30. What was your favorite film of this year?

I didn’t see many, but recall thoroughly enjoying “Booksmart”

 

31. What did you do on your birthday, and how old were you?

Turned 37. I don’t really recall doing anything special.

 

32. What one thing would have made your year immeasurably more satisfying?

Los Angeles losing half of its population somehow

 

33. How would you describe your personal fashion concept in 2019?

Same as it’s ever been, only with a masculine haircut and an omnipresent baseball cap.

 

34. What kept you sane?

Being accepted by friends and family; not using weed

 

35. Which celebrity/public figure did you fancy the most?

I’m a Bernie bro

 

36. What political issue stirred you the most?

Australian wildfires destroying the continent and its animal populations

 

37. Who did you miss?

Grandpa and Deez

 

38. Who was the best new person you met?

Didn’t meet anyone new

 

39. Tell us a valuable life lesson you learned in 2019:

You have to do what your feel is best for yourself and not concern yourself so much with what others will think.

 

40. Quote a song lyric that sums up your year:

I saw it different, I must admit

I caught a glimpse, I’m going after it

They say people never change

But that’s bullshit, they do

Yes I’m changing, can’t stop it now

And even if I wanted I wouldn’t know how

Another version of myself

I think I’ve found at last

-          Tame Impala, “Yes I’m Changing”

Kua Bay IPA/ Triple Barrel Big Bad Baptist
12/29/2019 | 0 comments

Had an unremarkable flight out. I got a window seat, at least, and had great views of the California coastline and Channel Islands going out, and a beautiful look at Maui half-shrouded in clouds coming in. Took Hawaiian Airlines, which I think was a first for me. They were great – they even feed you! Read more of the Ulysses Grant biography that I’ve been working on for a couple years now. I seem to only read it on flights. I really ought to get through it on my days off.

Got to Kona around 3:00 PM and picked up the 50lb checked bag stuffed with Trader Joe’s food for my sister’s Christmas present. Mom picked me up soon after the luggage arrived.

We went from there to my sister’s ranch house, where I was greeted by my sister and my three-year-old nephew. He called me Uncle right off the bat, which was very sweet. He was quite excited to see me and immediately went into showing me all of his toys and games around the house. We played with cars and other toys.

Soon after we arrived, we got a call that her dog had been injured. This poor dog has already had a leg amputated after a run-on with the wild pigs, but he just can’t help himself and continues to go after them. He had a large gash in his throat, and the side of his mouth split open in a Heath Ledger Joker manner. My sister’s partner got home soon after and called a couple of his hunting friends to come by and help patch the poor guy up. They literally took a sort of staple gun and tried stapling his open wounds back together. The neck one held well, but the face one, not so much. Poor guy is going to have this open jagged smile for the rest of his life (which isn’t going to be long, if he can’t leave the pigs alone).

Got in the water the next day. We went down to a state park next to the City of Refuge. The water was a bit cooler than I’d been expecting, and I had to ease into it. I was hoping for warm bathwater temperatures, but it was a few degrees cooler than that. Donned a mask and swam around the small natural pools, looking at the little fish that had become stuck in with the tides.

It was the solstice, or near enough, and her man had gotten a call that a ceremonial space needed some repair, a solstice rock having become displaced from its proper position. He’s native Hawaiian and builds the rock walls that one sees all over the island, so he’d gotten the call to help get the rock in its place where the sun could set behind it. So at sundown, we went down to this fenced-off sacred sight. We took off our shoes, and he put salt on our heads and we bumped foreheads in respect. We tried to keep on the smooth lava rocks, but at one point had to walk and stand on jagged ones, and I got a painful cut on my foot. I was pretty much dying, standing on these rocks with my tender city slicker feet, and the man running the ceremony said we could put on our shoes, so my sister went and got them. Such sweet relief! I couldn’t have stood there much longer without them.

We watched the sun go down, and the two men running the ceremony chanted for about ten minutes in the native language. As the sun reached the horizon, they placed the tall rock back in its position. It was just us, the two chanters, another woman, and three others in charge of the rock placement. Truly an incredible thing to have witnessed that was a very special and unique experience that I’m honored to have been a part of.

The next day went down to where my sister’s baby daddy has his family property, and walked along the lava rocks until getting to the Queen’s Bath, which I believe is the name given to natural pools formed in the rocks. Again, the water was a bit cooler than expected, but it was a magical location and I had a lot of fun swimming around in this natural pool, the tide going in and out. Another great experience that I feel lucky to have had. My sister has lived there for about twenty-five years now, and of course her beau has been there for his whole life, so I get to see these spots on the island that tourists never get to experience.

And her ranch house is amazing. She rents it from a friend, whose family has several houses on the plot of land that stretches from the main road all the way down to the ocean. Most of it is undeveloped, but where she is has cattle that graze just on the other side of the property fence and a great view of the ocean below. It’s blissful.

The next day we got down to Manini beach to do some snorkeling. The whole trip was unusually cloudy and rainy, so I didn’t get great sun-filled ocean views, but I did see lots of pretty, colorful fish swimming about. The ocean was a bit rough, as the famous Pineapple Express storms were forming, soon to sweep over the island and eventually dump rain back home in California.

Monday mom and I headed over to the other side of the island to see my brother and his family in Pahoa. We stopped at the black sand beach about mid-way over, and mom tripped on a rock and landed hard on her arms. She initially believed she’d broken something, so after dropping our things off at my brother’s house, we headed over to the hospital where he works so she could get x-rays done.

The service at the hospital was quick, thank goodness. My brother (a CNA) came down to say hello, and she was seen right away by the x-ray technicians. Nothing broken, praise be, but she couldn’t move her wrist without experiencing a lot of pain, so she got bandaged up and had a brace put on. We were at the hospital for an hour, maybe an hour and a half, then went to fill her prescription, which took another forty-five minutes.

Finally got to relax at my bro’s house that evening. His house is too big, underfurnished, messy (three kids), dank, and dark. I just wanted to go back to my sister’s ranch haven. But it was good to see the kids, of course. Made dinner with minimal assistance from mom.

My five-year-old nephew wanted to sleep in the same room as me that night, but voiced concerns that his dad might be confused about me or not know who I am, but I had to assure him that I’d already seen him and he knew all about me. I suspect me suddenly being an uncle that he previously hadn’t met (in boy form, I mean) confused him a bit. But the other kids were good and almost always got it right, calling me uncle rather than auntie.

Tuesday we went to the zoo in Hilo, where we met my dad’s brother, aka the first member of our family to move to Hawaii. He was there with two of his kids, and two of his grandchildren. It was raining off-and-on, and the kids spent most of their time on the playground, rather than checking out the animals. I did spend some time with my five-year-old nephew, going around and looking at reptiles and monkeys. By the time we were done, the sun was coming out, and the day getting to be quite nice.

Wednesday was Christmas, and everyone was up early to open presents. The kids rushed through it all, and everything had been opened within about fifteen minutes or so.

After breakfast, we packed up the kids and mom and I with the three of them headed back over to the Kona side. Christmas is my sister’s birthday, so we made the two hour drive to Kona and met at the beach property for a small party and swimming. It was another cloudy day, but I did some more snorkeling and saw a turtle eating in the lagoon. Tried paddleboarding, and got dunked several times before managing to stand up for about ten seconds before getting dunked again. It’s a lot harder than it looks to maintain balance on those things, particularly in choppy water.

We stayed down at the beach until sunset, then went back to the house, where all eight of us stayed in the small converted house (it had previously been a milking barn, back in the place’s dairy days).

Thursday the 26th was my last (half)day there. We had a lazy breakfast and packed up, and I tried to get as much relaxing on the deck as I could before saying goodbye to the ranch. Mom and I took my brother’s two boys with us to visit my aunt (dad’s younger sister) before I headed off. I hadn’t seen her in some years. She gave me a very heartfelt talk about the uncle whose name I’m using, and how she’s proud of me and glad that I’m doing something that will hopefully help me blossom as a person. It made me quite emotional.

We visited for about an hour, and then I had to get to the airport. It wasn’t very busy; seemingly most people don’t do their travelling on the day after Christmas. The plane wasn’t full, and my seat ended up being an aisle seat all the way in the back of the plane, with an empty seat between me and the guy at the window. It was very nice to not feel so cramped.

Got back to LA around midnight. LAX has changed its pickup policy a bit, and I had to take a shuttle off-site before I could get to a taxi. Not sure if that’s just a holiday thing, or if it’s permanent.

Overall, an amazing trip that went by way too quickly. It was just what I needed at this point in my life, to be surrounded by support and affirmation. I’ll treasure all of the unique experiences I was lucky enough to partake in.

Blind Pirate/ Ghost Mountain
12/18/2019 | 0 comments

Shaky Knees, Day 2 (Saturday May 4, 2019)

 

As I said last time, I’m a morning person, and Hayley isn’t. So  it was a long, slow morning for me. I had a modest goal of getting to the venue by 5 at the latest so I could see Jim James. We didn’t manage it.

But we got a nice late lunch at one of her favorite spots, and it was a gorgeous day of blue skies and puffy white clouds. She’d been mentioning since I arrived in GA that there was perhaps going to be a storm that weekend. It certainly didn’t seem that way in the early afternoon. Anyway, we were sure to pack ponchos just in case.

The Struts were on stage when we got there, so I think that was about 6:00. I don’t recall their music, as we just walked by them and didn’t stop to watch. She wanted to see Japanese Breakfast, so we walked over to the other side with the smaller stages. I believe I got in line for a beer while she went to the restroom, as I think I had a drink and then she decided she wanted something and got in line as Japanese Breakfast started.

I had hoped that we’d stay for maybe half, because the band they were directly conflicting with was FIDLAR, and they were one of my top acts to see that weekend. But the line was taking her forever to get through. Halfway through the set, I even texted her saying I would buy her drink if she would just get out of line and let me go see some of FIDLAR, but I guess she was close to the counter at that point, because she didn’t take me up on my offer.

I mean, Japanese Breakfast was ok. But I’d seen them at Coachella a couple years ago, and had a vast preference for FIDLAR. But JB played a cover of The Cardigans’ “Love Fool”, so it was fun to hear that and see the crowd’s reaction.

They ended a bit early and Hayley was just out of line. I thought maybe I’d get to catch the end of FIDLAR, but once back on the other side, I found that Interpol had already started, ahead-of-schedule. I left Hayley on the hill and went down to the field to buy a beer. Maybe I hadn’t bought one at JB? Anyway, I do clearly remember walking on the field for one while Interpol was on stage. They were good. Paul Banks’ voice didn’t sound as muppety as it has to me in the past.

They also ended early. Seemed they were moving the night up to get us out of there before the storm rolled in.

We went back over to the other side, and this is when the raindrops began, so we got into out fashionable plastic ponchos. It was coming down more steadily, so we sat under some trees as night set in and the rain came down harder. Maybe halfway through Dandy Warhols, it was coming down so hard that we moved into the tent.

They were really fun, and have a lot more songs than I thought I was going to recognize. The crowd shouted all the “woos” during “Bohemian Like You,” and it made me happy to know that there are still people out there who know that song. The rain was pouring off of the tent top as the show was coming to and end.

They were the last group we wanted to see, so we headed out the exit gates located at that end, and got an uber without much trouble.

She had a friend in a Phish tribute band that were playing that night, so we went over to a bar to see some of that. Our Uber called us “ladies”, and that was bothering me a lot, and the bar was loud and crowded. She introduced me to some friends, and the band took a break, so everyone headed outside. But the mindset I was in, and the loudness of the bar, and the social awkwardness of a bunch of new people completely derailed me mentally, and I started losing it. Hayley had gotten a drink, and didn’t want to drive right away, and I didn’t want her to lose her friends, so I sipped a beer and tried to not cry as she talked to friends and sobered up.

Finally feeling well enough to drive, we headed out of there. I just mentally wasn’t ok any more, and she offered to give me half a Xanax when we got back to her place.

It was still raining as we sat out on the deck overlooking her backyard forest. The Xanax had me relaxed right away, and I started to feel uncontrollably sleepy about an hour after taking it. I felt much better and wanted to hang out with her and her husband on the deck, but I was fighting off sleep and just barely winning. She basically ordered me to go to bed, it was so apparent that I was barely functioning.

And that was Shaky Knees day two.

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EziliGede "(fuck-nut)"
Kid Presentable "(crapshoot)"
Crowned Dragon "(pernicious)"
nufger "(success)"
jody "(murder)"
blackwinghalo "(spanakopita)"
Funky "(funkadelic)"
FauxPas "(Indubitably)"
Chevo "(FUCK)"
Knulp "(quark)"
chickadee2084 "( )"
Caroline June "(Litotes)"
Auryn "( )"
Celticgent "(YES.)"
soulmom "(shenanigans & bombardment)"
second place "(snow)"
Snow White "(crumbs, cunt and jinkies)"
TattoedMat "( )"
XkuruX "(irrelevant)"
asphixiation "(Coitus. Why isn't it used more now? Thanks for signing!)"
SVEN "(thats money)"
shpluck "(portal)"
verve729 "(Soliloquy)"
kermee "(stuff)"
Jinxed "(No)"
Alledria "(currently it's "effusive")"
fieryn "(epitome)"
Jareb "(cunt.... sorry, but i love it!!!!!)"
Hail "(boobies)"
MartiniBuiltForTwo "(fuck- or trepidation )"
asparagus "(banana)"
DrLouLou "(Hello hello!)"
Leroy "(Smeg)"
blackandblue "( )"
ConchyMcBleed "(brrrmmmm)"
MsNightingale "( )"
dazedeagle "(shit. I say it all the time, I have a shit problem.)"
Elfling "(thank you for the birthday wishes!!! )"
Melissa "(shitass)"
little_miss_pirate "(bangle)"
christina bo bina "(bologna!)"
perpetual "(chicken eye and seductive)"
luckyshamrock "(whiplash and i like guttersnipe too)"
no_pants "(Blech!)"
JennaG "(ooze)"
Stardust "(achtung- a German word that sounds like projectile vomiting =D)"
color me blood red "(shit)"
indigo_dream "(quite)"
dopesong "(anaesthetic)"
Kittie.Lee "(Audacity)"
Glow "(Monty Python??? I never made it through any of them.. I suck. )"
The_Prophet "(Antidisestablishmentarianism)"
filosofadelaspollas "(hullabaloo)"
kit33 "(Twitterpated or Incognito)"
GypsyDissident "(Cooch)"
ctlnpg "(diminutive.)"
Cerberus_the_dog "(Shag)"
deadinblood "(rediculous)"
Jenna Saisquoi "(discombobulated)"
TMHahn "("fuckheads" has been relevent recently.)"
ivy "("fuck" for t3h w1n!!!)"
solocard "(moist...)"
Mrs Wolf "(Innigkeit)"
deadvin "(exudate)"
OneOwner "(supercalifragilisticexpialidocious)"  

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