A Craig’s List Comeback from the 80s

Back in the 1980s when yours truly attended (an all boys) high school, among other things like parachute pants, clogs, skinny ties, and Sun-in, mother jokes (insults) were all the rage. The vernacular had morphed from a simpler late 70’s state  (“Ya mama”) to a more elaborate one (“That’s not what your mother said last night”) in the 80’s. Our … Read More

SuperN00b Update April 2012

COMPLETED Battlefield 3 – For me, the Battlefield franchise has been a pleasant surprise. With its destructible cover and realistic recoil, it’s a slightly more satisfying combat experience than Call of Duty for my money. Bayonetta – A game of stunning and stylish visuals. But ultimately it wasn’t enough to keep me engrossed with the onslaught of quality games coming … Read More

Ass Hat Fever

I don’t agree that Ted Nugent actually threatened the Commander-in-Chief. And I am not against gun ownership. But Sweaty Teddy is another David Koresh in the making… Keep an eye out, folks. And I JUST noticed that there is a startling resemblance to the late (fellow NRA member/leader) Charlton Heston. Is the original Planet of the Apes’ homosapien hero Inhabiting … Read More

The Old Pink Song

The Old Pink Flamingo, or The Old Pink is one of those places you find yourself at least once a week in Buffalo to help you forget that winter (sometimes) lasts a full 6 months (at least until you’re married, I guess). And with a 4am closing time (courtesy of Erie County lawmakers), you always have plenty of time to get your … Read More

Friendz 4-evah?

Though Scott Brown’s Wired Magazine article on Facebook “Friendonomics” is almost 4 years old now, it still rings true. I was recently “found” by an ex whom with I parted amicably almost 30 years ago. She wasn’t looking to re-kindle, just to catch up. (It turns out, BOTH of us are happily married.) We had a flurry of well-thought out … Read More

A Hefty Dose of Reality

I was so inspired by this image, that I rebranded my blog and nabbed both .com and.net domains of the same name. They’re mine, suckahs!!! But really, who cares? And actually, I was just thinking that I should have taken it a step further by registering nobodygivesaratsassaboutyourblog.com…

Me and the Lads

Ian Wiggans was one of several of my alter egos created for a cable access show I used to produce called, “My City Underground”. Ian was based loosely on real-life soccer thug cum actor, Vinnie Jones. (Have a look. Most will recognize him.) “Me and The Lads” was a fictional CD release by Ian’s (also fictional) poser punk band called … Read More