June 5, 2011

Time To Grow Up

Let me write about cliche lines and the burdens of the growth or growing up. The sub - cultures the movements and all the psycho - active drugs i may or may not have taken for real, carefully edited transcribed into subliminal pieces of personal expression called blog posts.

Yes i talk about vices for i care not about public image for this is identity we are speaking of and the expression of it freely. Isn't this why there are all these "local" brands now? Everybody wants to share who they are. A few of you have been following us and it is time to give thanks. Buy the ticket and take the ride.
About a year ago I started this blog with the intention of writing about my interests ; Art , Fashion , Graffiti , The Sex , the drugs and the rockers and rollers. Psh. I apologize to my beloved blog which started it all for i have been too distracted by all the other things i have had to do and for a minute there forgot that this site was to concretize my thoughts and not for anyone else... and if anyone wants to do a read through; well welcome.

Yes there has been a hundred changes thru the years. And it is time to responsibly share them.

A book has two faces, the front and back, several pages with different content in between. But it all starts with the blacks and the whites. The essence of a book is saturated by the way it should look, the book becomes slowly saturated by hard bounds , gold linings and overtly glossy pages. Read it's black and white some might bore and some might inspire. Experience is relative. You either like it or you don't. All you got to do is look. A matter of A.D.D.? Maybe. But it's putting your hand on the bible, and crossing your fingers. It's what you do with what you see.

Point is you make mistakes , shoo the bats away, they will come and swarm you ten fold and in your darkest , sweatiest hour bombard. Learn how to swat these infernal creatures away, you move the fuck on after bitching. No one in this "positive" "forward - thinking" "young" generation is getting older. It's time to act our age; and it's the age of now.

"That was the difference between Muhammad Ali and the rest of us, he came , he saw and if he didn't entirely conquer - he came as close to it as anybody we will ever see in the lifetime of this doomed generation."

"The person that does not scatter the morning dew, will not comb grey hairs" - Hunter S. Thompson

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