Where Is My Mind?

Music. Baseball. Bill Murray.

140+ Thank You

In February 2013, I lost my last living grandmother and during my bereavement, the woman I was planning on marrying and I decided to go our separate ways. I was living, out of all places, in Boise fucking Idaho. Now if you’ve never been there, it is absolutely as dumb as it sounds and I had no reason to stay. In fact, I couldn’t leave fast enough. I had no money, no place to live and if that’s not embarrassingly enough, I had to go stay with my parents in Florida until I figured out my life. Now, picture Florida. Wrong. That’s not where they live. They live in a shitty little town in between other shitty little towns that are primarily retired rednecks. I had no one to relate to or even to talk to. I was alone in my own head.I started drinking heavily and my daily mantra was envisioning myself putting a bullet into my head. During this same period is also when I started using Twitter.

I’m writing this so I can, in more than 140 characters, thank all of you strange internet people for saving my life. I have met and not met some of the funniest and most intriguing people over the last year and I never would have if it wasn’t for a website. Some of you have become close and personal friends and you mean the world to me. I had an elaborate narrative planned out in my head to write this, but I’m hungover and I really want to watch the “True Detective” finale. 

I love you guys,

-Jhon

"Fake Plastic Trees"

"Fake Plastic Trees"

This sucked. 

This sucked. 

Mike Watt and the Missingmen 

Mike Watt and the Missingmen 

Some scientists claim that hydrogen, because it is so plentiful, is the basic building block of the universe. I dispute that. I say there is more stupidity than hydrogen, and that is the basic building block of the universe.

—Frank Zappa

Forgetters in San Diego. 

Forgetters in San Diego. 

Welp.

Just found a place to watch every “Aqua Teen Hunger Force” episode, so I’ll see you losers later.