Subscribe to me and see my pain, literally.

Posted in Art, Essay with tags , , , , , on January 12, 2011 by andjustin4all

Literally to me.  Me things and me to dos.  And occasionally you’ll get to see things like this:


O is for Obese Opera Owl

Posted in Abcderium with tags , , , on December 21, 2010 by andjustin4all

The joker’s sister is a union gal.

Posted in Signage with tags , , on December 16, 2010 by andjustin4all


It’s a bag. It’s a life jacket.

Posted in Thinkin' on December 14, 2010 by andjustin4all


It’s a bag life jacket!

Abcederium: N is for Nuclear Narwhal

Posted in Abcderium with tags , , on December 11, 2010 by andjustin4all


Posted in douglife with tags , , , , , , , , on December 2, 2010 by andjustin4all

I’m trying to get a gang of people to nominate my web series Douglife for the ECNY awards.  And it’s real simple see.  Just got to and nominate for best comedic video (or series) and best website. And then you can go to bed at night knowing you did something that mattered today. Lucky you.


REEEEJECTION!2 Great Moments in Walkman History!

Posted in Essay, rejected by the New Yorker with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 23, 2010 by andjustin4all

Great Moments in Walkman History 1927-2010

1927: The first Walkman is created by University of Toledo sophomore Theodore Alphonses Sony when he has his phonograph retrofitted with straps and the ability to play sideways.  Far from self contained, the portable yet obtrusive innovation never caught on in the States, but the legend of such innovation leads him to become the first American to go “Big In Japan.”

1980: Originally called the “Sound About” in the UK, the Walkman becomes a symbol of nerdom in the English town of Durham and after frequent beatings and losing his girl, a young Tony Blair dedicates his life to working out and taking his revenge against a young John Major.

1981: Quiet Riot and Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Randi Rhoads gets his headphones stuck in a limo door at the airport and misses his flight to St. Louis.  Nothing happens to the plane but it would have been creepy if it did, because he tooootally dies in a place crash the next year.

1985: Distraught with the breakup of Van Halen, TV star Thomas Hanks sits, blinds drawn, listening to 1984 on his Walkman and misses the call that would have scored him the coveted role of Goose in the 1986 blockbuster Top Gun. The role eventually goes to future TV great Anthony Edwards and Hanks is never heard from again.

1986: “Walkman” is officially added to the Oxford English Dictionary and paving the way for other intellectual polysyllabic pop culture fare as Macarena, Girl Power, and Muggle.

1986: After failed summit talks in Reyjakvic, Ronald Reagan stays up all night making a mixtape and has George Schultz slip it in Mikhail Gorbachev’s Walkman has he takes him back to his helicopter.  Then Moscow “mayor” Boris Yeltsin would recall Gorbachev, on the flight home, tearing up right around Mott the Hoppel’s “All the Young Dudes.”  Fourteen months later, Gorbachev would sign the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty in Washington.

1991: A shipment of Walkmen heading to the Yugoslavian province of Slovenia is intercepted by a group of Serbian military leaders.  The Slovenian President Milan Kucan called Belgrade and tolf President Stjepan Mesic that if the Walkmen were not returned Slovenia would secede.  Mesic assuming its a joke, wired back immediately, “That would be soooo Croatian.”  Hilarity ensues.