Diary

Keep it Crunchy
6/29/2022 | 0 comments

 

I've spent the last month of weekends seeing movies with Scott.

Four weekends ago, he came down on Saturday to get lunch before killing time until an evening screening. We had so much time to waste that we went to a couple of Target's, and then were hungry enough that we figured we'd get another quick meal before driving to the theater. Dinner took so long that we had to reschedule.

So Sunday I drove up to meet him at the New Beverly for a double screening of Polyester (in Odorama!) and Serial Mom. It had been years since either of us had seen them, and the prospect of actually seeing Polyester with the Odorama cards was too much to pass up.

I don't know how they went about reproducing the original card experience, but the cards we got stank terribly, and most of the smells were intentionally unpleasant ones, so it was a generally underwhelming but stinky experience. Polyester on the other hand was amazing, especially with a big audience. The movie itself was just absurd, of course, and with some amazing Waters dialog. Lots of fun. Serial Mom was also much more enjoyable with a crowd, and Kathleen Turner is great in the titular role.

The next weekend I drove up to Scott's and we got some food before seeing RRR, an Indian film which has been catching on with great word-of-mouth. He'd already seen it and had tried to describe its insanity to me, but it really does have to be seen to be believed. It's another that really goes best with a big, enthusiastic crowd, and Scott was definitely clapping and hooting in a way that encouraged the other attendees to get more into it. It's another that is absolutely worth watching, but won't have anywhere near the impact outside of a crowded theater environment. It's still quite impressive on a filmmaking scale.

The next weekend I again met him up at the New Beverly to catch the Redford classic "Sneakers" which has been one of Scott's favorite and most-quoted films as long as I've known him. I don't think we'd seen it together, though perhaps we did ages ago on VHS. Anyway it holds up as a fun heist comedy made in the days before "Mission Impossible" redefined that heist thing. Ben Kingsley's character has a prescient speech at the end about controlling information being the way to control the world. It's a perfectly-cast film, and all the side characters have personality and purpose. 

Then this past weekend we met at the Aero theater for a screening of "Cave of Forgotten Dreams" in 3D followed by a Q&A and book signing with Herzog. I hadn't seen the film before, and hadn't wanted to watch it in anything other than 3D, so it was perfect for me. Very interesting film for sure, and 3D absolutely is the way to watch it. The cave paintings are indeed quite incredible, and there are lots of little interviews with scientists and researchers to contextualize everything. The Q&A was fun, with Herzog talking about a possibly deranged penguin walking to the mountains at the end of "Encounters at the Edge of the World" (who probably died) and how he doesn't have dreams.

I bought the book "The Twilight World" there for the signing, but when it came time for the signature, I was too nervous to say much to him other than hello and thank you very much. Don't even think we made eye contact. And I handed my book to him upside down initially, so yeah, that was all awkwardness and I suck.

Speaking of awkwardness and how much I suck, Charissa finally got a new car today and is planning her drive out to meet me and go on a little tour of some California National Parks. I'm ashamed that I only have a single bed (or a twin, whatever), because of how much of a damn loser I am for one. I'm 40 and sleep in a tiny bed because I've never had to share before. On top of that, I'm a bit ashamed of my job and the fact that I won't be around half the nights. And I won't be able to join her on many adventures since I am not a remote worker.

Insanely (in my mind), she bought a pass for Coachella next year and fully intends to go with me. I honestly don't know that I deserve someone this good, and I just hope hope hope that I'm good enough for her. We've been hanging out a lot on the phone and watching things together (like Miss Marvel and The Boys), and she says she adores me, and I tell her I adore her. I just sometimes really do feel like a giant loser and like no one should be tied to me in any way. I would say overall my anxiety is getting worse, but I guess that's better than just trying to be numb all the time. Anxiety means at least that there's something I care about.

Speaking of, Sabrina was a bit sick last week. Not eating, having trouble moving. After five days of that, I took her to the vet and tests revealed nothing, but they gave me an appetite stimulant for her, and she started eating again the next day. Now she's pretty much back to normal, so lots of anxiety and money for nothing there.

Still feeling like a loser and not sure how not to, though.

 

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Tower of Flower
6/9/2022 | 0 comments

 

In the past year or so I've been looking at a few different personals subreddits that I felt I might have a chance of meeting someone in. It's been pretty discouraging for a while, seeing lots and lots of people in their 20s, but really not many in any situation that I felt fitting for me.

Until a couple of weeks before Coachella, when I saw a post made by someone about my age with a lot of shared interests (National Parks, live music, cooking, animals, weed friendly, generally wholesome). The one downside being that she lived on the East Coast. I filed the post away in the back of my mind, thinking that just perhaps I would meet someone at Coachella (because I want to find someone who I can attend Coachella with). But I will admit I thought a lot about it while I was in Indio.

I got back from my Coachella weekends having not really talked to anyone (a couple girls at Danny Elfman, but it was a strange experience feeling like I couldn't be what they probably wanted). So I checked the subreddit again, hoping I wasn't too late, and indeed noticed that she'd posted again just five days before. 

So on Friday, April 29 I sent her a direct message with a brief introduction and what I commonalities we had. She got back right away, and we were immediately sending paragraphs back and forth, finding more and more things in common with every exchange.

After a couple days of DMs and then a few days of using Reddit's chat feature (which I only had on desktop, so it was annoying), she gave me her phone number, and from then on it was hours of texting. We sent one another selfies, and I couldn't even believe how cute and pretty she is, and for whatever reason she didn't find me repulsive.

On May 20 she called me for the first time, and we spent about five hours on the phone. Since then we've talked every day, sometimes from morning to night, not even talking much of the time, but just being present in each other's day. 

I have fallen pretty hard for her and have being doing my best to woo her, actually feeling rather comfortable in the man's role in the pursuit of a relationship. She says she's really into me, too, and we're working on meeting up. It's been complicated by a series of unfortunate events happening in her life. It's been nice to be a shoulder for someone else to lean on in difficult times.

If for whatever reason it shouldn't work out (we both recognize how fitting we are for each other, and both would like it very much to work out), I feel like I've made a great friend regardless. I can tell her anything already, and she feels the same towards me.

Our hope is that she can get out to LA within the month, and we can travel to some National Parks together. So we'll see about that.

Her name is Charissa.

 

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Summer Break
6/3/2022 | 0 comments

 

The tale of the truck has come to an end.

It was low before weekend one (it had a leak), so I'd added at least a quart and a half, maybe two, and it was up to the middle of the dipstick. Anyway, weekend one went out without a hitch.

On the drive home from weekend two however, upon a hard brake, the truck lost power. At this point I was not particularly close to home. I was at least able to steer, and upon turning the key in the ignition, power came back on. I drove cautiously from there, being easy on the brakes, but it happened a second time as I came closer to the end, and then terrifyingly enough a third time as I was exiting off the freeway on a curvy exit ramp.

The truck sounded absolutely horrible when I was finally off the freeway, engine grinding. It was very underpowered, and by this point I just wanted to get home, so I drove as slowly as I could, all the while praying I would make it.

I told my sister's mechanic husband upon his arrival home, and he put some oil in the engine and told me whatever damage was going to be done had already been done.

So a couple days later I drove it to Trader Joe's, and it went ok. Sounded much better than it had before. So a few days after that I drove it to work. Made it to work. Then drove it to the start of the greenbelt for my morning walk with the dogs, and barely made it there, the engine struggling and cutting out.

After the walk I just wanted to get home, so I took the chance to drive home. The engine now sounded terrible, had no power, and was cutting out. It finally died a few blocks away from the house, unable to start again. My sister came to rescue me and the dogs.

From there, I got it towed to a shop (well, first the house because it was a Sunday and shops weren't open, then got it towed to a shop). The diagnosis was that I needed to replace the whole engine. They came back with a quote of $9300 to get a used engine. That was, obviously, unacceptable.

So I had it towed home and called to another shop to get more quotes, and they gave me a few options for used engines going from $6500 to $8000 to replace. So again, undoable.

In the meantime, the guy from the first shop had given my info to someone who might be interested in buying the truck, so I accepted his offer yesterday to buy it off of me as-is for $1000. Watched him tow the truck off yesterday morning, sadly ending that era of my life.

I already miss it, and will very much miss driving a stick shift (I've been driving my sister's Jeep and will probably be buying my mom's Honda CRV). That said, it wasn't the most convenient sleeper vehicle, despite probably being the most comfortable, what with fitting a full twin mattress in the back. And with gas prices what they are, it was becoming and worse and worse commuter vehicle as time went on, which is honestly what I mostly used it for. The space for the dogs was perfect, however, and now they're just in the back of the car and see everything that's going on around them, resulting in Ripley barking her head off at every pedestrian she sees.

Anyway, quite mad that an easy fix of just a little more oil is going to end up costing me nearly $10,000, and I'll be driving something that I'm not all that excited to drive, but it's also pretty much the worst time the buy a car, so I'm not exactly looking for something I might actually like just yet.

RIP my Nissan Frontier. You will be missed.

 

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Slap Fight
5/27/2022 | 0 comments

 

So what's been happening in life for the past month? Besides the truck saga, which is still unresolved.

Lots of work. the other overnighter got Covid, so I worked six nights for a couple weeks. And he's going to a music festival (Lightning in a Bottle, lucky guy) this upcoming weekend. My bank account appreciates it, especially with this unresolved vehicle issue pending.

Last weekend Scott came down to pick me up and go to La Playita for breakfast before seeing a couple of movies on the Landmark Pico's final day of operation. We've been going there for years, and it's where we saw many of out movies with Q&As over the years. The mall that it was it just never recovered from Covid, so they couldn't afford the space any more.

We first saw "Montana Story" which was a small family drama set on a ranch in Montana, so it had some spectacular landscapes, but overall was slow and heavy. The second film we saw was "MEN" which was ultimately one of the more disturbing and graphic films I've ever seen. I'm not sure if what I took away from it was what Garland was going for. Scott and I disagreed about what it was about, him taking a more "men are irredeemable monsters" approach to my "men's redemption is in listening to women" thoughts. After that we went to Big Wok for Mongolian BBQ before he dropped me off back at home.

In house news, the garage has been under construction for a couple of weeks, and we've been getting solar panels installed today. Not sure when the ADU breaks ground, but it ought to be soon after the garage is finished.

And the new Kids in the Hall is pretty great! As is the Always Sunny podcast! So overall a pretty good month, minus the truck situation, but plus another thing that I don't want to get into at this point.

 

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Recreationale
5/15/2022 | 0 comments

 

Coachella, 2022

Sunday, April 24

 

Last day, sadly. 

Before going into the venue, I went to the camping center to see if they were doing special camping screenprinting on t-shirts (they were not) and to buy the pair of astronaut socks I'd seen someone wearing at the DoLab and fell in need with. The general store only had the socks in foot-only style, but they did have other options, so I bought a pair with skulls on them because Oingo Boingo.

After dropping off my purchase at the truck, I grabbed some acid and some more acid, determined to make what I could of the day. I may have even taken gummy #1 at this time, hoping to go for as long as possible. For the first time in six days, I packed a little plastic bottle of rum, intending to add it to the lemonade I would be getting with my later meal, but my fanny pack was actually checked thoroughly for the first time in six days. The bag check woman told me to drink it there, and after taking a sip, I told her I was just going to pour it out and keep the bottle. So I poured out most of it (honestly probably could've kept more, as she'd moved on to checking on someone else), and had a little bit left for that lemonade.

My first stop was the boutique shop near the DoLab, where I'd seen the astronaut socks I wanted. They had tons of other designs, but at $30 a pair, I figured $60 was more than enough to spend on socks in one weekend.

From there I went to the Outdoor Theater for Mariah The Scientist, a new r&b artist with a great voice that I had come to enjoy in the research phase. I thought she sounded great, and had strong stage presence, I think she'll do well.

After seeing her, I went to the playground art piece again to sit in the shade, taking a few photos as I went. Last Sunday is my typical photo day, though I suppose I should do it first Friday to get the grass, too. I'd also taken a lot of videos at Elfman the previous night, something I really don't ever do. I'd finally come to the conclusion that I'm kind of an idiot for not doing a better job of documenting all the shows I've seen through photos and videos, and decided I should start doing that more.

The next act on the Outdoor was Yola, another great singer and performer I'd found about through this lineup. She has a great bluesy soul sound and a very powerful voice. She's another whose career I'll be following.

After Yola, I made a cross-fest trek to the Yuma, stopping at the NFX booth to pick up a free t-shirt and food voucher coupon ($5 off) that came with claiming the NFT they did this year. Whatever, free Coachella swag. From there, I went into the Yuma for the first time (!) that weekend, seeing Adam Port for about twenty minutes.

At some point, I had a second gummy.

Things were going pretty well by the time I went to see Channel Tres in the Sahara tent at 4:20. Channel Tres is yet another great artist I discovered through research (he was on the poster for 2020). He's from Compton, and plays a blend of r&b, soul, funk, blues, and filters them through electronica. I already knew he was a good musician, but he turns out to also be a great dancer, and was backed with four or five male backups with some great moves.

At one point he asked, "who out there is on acid?" and I cheered. He continued, "I'm gonna fuck up your trip," and I thought," yeah, there's no way anything you do right now is going to ruin the amazing time I'm having, and he played "Acid In Your Blood", and it was so much fun. Again, this Coachella was just highlight after highlight.

Something I haven't really gone into yet is how great I felt overall to be finally attending a Coachella in skin I'm comfortable in. The last one in 2019, I was at peak mess of a human. But I felt just perfect walking around, dancing, when people would put their hands on my shoulder to alert their passing-though. Plus there's gender neutral restrooms everywhere, so that's fantastic. The men's real restrooms near the DoLab have like ten stalls, so avoid that one. Otherwise, everything was peachy, from security search to using the showers.

After Channel Tres, I went to stand outside of the Mojave to watch some of Kim Petras's set, and again was impressed by a singer incorporating dance into a performance. Major Madonna vibes from Kim. I thought her German accent was coming through more strongly in the live singing.

I saw four or five of her songs, then went to refill my water bottle by the Gobi and watch the last four or so songs of Orville Peck's set. I liked him live much more than I have on record, and can see what the hype is about. He seemed a little more rockabilly live, and his voice is great, as is his backing band. I hope to be able to see more of him in the future.

When he ended, I went to the far side of the Gobi, getting maybe a third of the way back, to wait for Fred Again... He was supposed to be coming out earlier than listed, but ended up being later. The tent was very hot and dusty, and people kept filtering in and joining huge groups of their friends, so it was quite crowded and stuffy by the time they started. 

It was an emotional, cathartic performance, similar to his Actual Life albums. A cute older Asian lady was holding up a sign saying "it's okay to cry," should that help illustrate the mood. It was a fun, hot, dusty dance party, though I personally felt it went on a little long with too many false endings. Or maybe I just couldn't keep up my energy at this point anymore, now six days into the party.

After Fred Again... I made a beeline to the Beer Barn to purchase myself a night IPA to enjoy while watching Duck Sauce in the Sahara (from the comfort of the beer garden). They were a lot of stupid fun, and I fell in love with the track "Big Bad Wolf," getting chills when the first howl came on. During the finale of "Barbara Streisand," they stopped the song to tell us that it was actually that day Barbara's 80th birthday, and they had us all wish her a happy birthday before finishing out the song. Stupid fun!

From there I went to Sonora as fast as I could to catch as much Current Joys as possible. This is the second band by the Surf Curse guy, him being a guitarist in this one. It was a full, fleshed-out band (not just his solo project), five members in total. They were amazing! I might've liked them more than Surf Curse, even. The songs sounded great all fleshed-out.

I'd been looking forward to trying Monty's since weekend one (vegan chicken sandwich), so at this point I went to their stand on the terrace and got a chicken sandwich with tots and a lemonade ($30, but that's a great price for all that in Coachella prices) and got myself back to the Sahara beer garden as fast as I could so I could eat my food while enjoying Duke Dumont. At this point, I dumped the remainder of the lil bottle of rum I had into my lemonade, fulfilling that dream.

The food was delicious, probably best meal I've had on the fields ever. And there was a ton of it. I felt great about my purchase, enjoyed my rum lemonade, had fun listening to Dumont, just another great moment in a series of them that Coachella provided for me in 2022 (with a little help from myself).

I had been wanting to see Denzel Curry, but he was playing against Jamie xx. The Jamie xx experience the weekend before had been so amazing for me, and I knew he wouldn't be playing the exact same set. My brain was telling me Denzel, because I know at some point in the future I'll wish I had made the more novel and unique choice, as the Jamie performances will run together in my memory. But in the monent, I needed to end my Coachella with the spiritual experience that Jamie was going to provide, so it was to the Outdoor that I went next.

And the Jamie xx performance was quite different, starting a little slower before building up. I still loved it, but at this point I was quite tired, my brain chemicals used up. It wasn't the serotonin dump that it had been the previous weekend, me energized and entranced by the music. It was still a very fun experience, and I think I'm going to try to see him whenever I can, so no regrets. Still gotta see Denzel at some point, though.

After Jamie, I went up to see some of The Blessed Madonna x Honey Dijon. Everything they were playing was a celebration of women, and they had some female dancers doing some moves as they took turns spinning. It was also very queer-positive, so a fun set that I wish I could've seen more of, but I also wanted to check out Luttrell, who was closing the Yuma.

I'd been planning all day to exchange my NTX food voucher for a churro, so I decided to go on a hunt as I crossed the field to the Yuma. The first place I went to, the guy apologized and said they were out of churros and only had pretzels, so I found a second stand on the outskirts of the enormous crowd gathered at the Main Stage for Swedish House Mafia x The Weeknd, and despite serving a customer right before me and having a ton of churros within the stand, the chick working would not give me one. She told me they were closed. Like....who the hell are you to go on a power trip and deny someone a churro during goddamn Coachella? What, you're just going to throw them out instead, because you can't just reach over and grab a thing that's right there? It kinda threw a damper on the end of the night for me, just...why be so mean for no reason?

Anyway, I got to hear "Can't Feel My Face" again as I went over to Yuma, so not all bad.

Luttrell was pretty good, and he played an amazing remix of one of my favorite songs, Animotion's "Obsession," so it was a great way to end yet another successful Coachella. At midnight, the lights came on and the security guard practically chased us out.

Overall an amazing Coachella, though I didn't really manage to talk to anybody or meet anyone new, which I had been hoping to do. And my truck's engine imploded on the drive home, but that's a whole other thing that needs its own entry.

 

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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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