In this episode, the penultimate liner notes show for Consternational Anthems, I have a perfectly executed pair of titles; some wordplay, if you will, in the style of blues.
In this episode, I pay homage to my favorite TV show, Survivor.
I have lost the minuscule headphone adapter supplied with my iPhone, and misplaced the pods that came with it (not that it would matter because, despite the fact that they sound okay, they are ill fitting and diminish the pleasure of listening to music anyway).
Which means I am unable to listen to my rendition of George Michael’s “Faith.” Surely my adequate headphone collection would afford me the luxury of private listening? Nope. The phone jack is an assholish lightning port.
So, because someone believed that an additional microscopic speaker for inaudible stereophonic playback was more important than a proper audio jack, I’m out of luck.
Bad move, Apple.
In this episode, I continue my liner notes series on my 2017 album, Consternational Anthems, featuring The Red Pill and War Drumz.
Enjoying some recreational video production to celebrate my birthday.
In this episode, I celebrate my birthday. It was weird growing up. My birthday, February 15th, had an inherent color scheme: Purple and green for Mardi Gras, and pink and red for Valentine’s Day. These holidays inevitably drew attention from what would otherwise be an opportunity to bask in narcissistic glory. So, I’m going to do just that right now.