Tuesday, September 29, 2009


Thank you Trash & Garnish, and Oh Pony! for modeling and styling! Unicorn mask by GnG

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Some How I thought I could do so much better than this

you pulled my neck into your kiss
you made me aware of your passionate
its useful you know better
you filled my lungs and overwhelmed
i was
splitting my ribs breaking me open
it's how the karma splits
that puts you in the middle of bliss

photo by Brooke Bechtal of Trash & Garnish

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Down this road

photo by Trash & Garnish

GnG self-portrait


Wednesday, September 23, 2009

the capricorn is a capsule

Sometimes I wish I could explain to my family the duties of being a capricorn. Besides my emotionally void father, I am the only capricorn I know in the family. Courtenay once explained one of the capricorn duties to be emotionally sensitive. I found this point interesting after having lived with my father for 17 years and noticed his lack of emotions odd in comparison. I have always felt my emotions were overwhelmingly strong. It could be the possibility that several years of experience may have taught my father a wise lesson. I wish I could explain to my family how I feel everything they feel. I have been so overwhelmed with feelings from the people around me at times I become physically ill. No matter how far I remove myself from a situation I am perpetually stricken by the obligation these feelings bring. Some how I feel these feelings are breaking me...

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Something about Rolling Skies

people will desert you. for what ever reason. sometime's it's not even you're fault, no attention to detail could keep it from falling apart. and sometime's you can't expect people to sit around a wait while you get your shit together. i often live by the theory that i have to take care of numero uno before anything else. so no matter how much i want to help you, i cant help you unless i help myself first. it's because of this theory i myself opt to take myself out of the equation before i let some one i care about hurt me.
see, it's all about patience. buddha said life is suffering. it takes a skilled old soul to see that with patience the suffering is subdued to some extent. and only with patience can you withstand the suffering long enough to see the light on the horizon. patience is what makes friendship bonds stronger even after years of seperation.
like i said though, it takes a while to figure out the art of patience....

but life isn't about suffering and lost friends or getting dumped via voicemail by some one you consider more seriously than any other in some time...
it's a about having the ability to lay on your back and stare up at the sky and watch the clouds roll by as the sun turns the bright blue sky shades of purples, pinks, and fiery orange yellows.

Monday, September 14, 2009

Pack it in Tighter

pile it up higher
order it in "the dream" model
give me a chance
finally to do right
swallow it as thick as it comes
keep it down

Monday, September 7, 2009

This Is Purgatory

I took this photo of my friend Justin at Operation Apex 2009. This photo is completely unedited. It took me about 15 mins to get the camera to shoot. And then magic happened <3

There are no real coincedences, because everything is connected

isnt that a coincendence.
I was driving north on I5 today, yea you know where, my favorite place to drive to. It had been a shit day all day. Rain, rain, and more rain. Right before I pick Ronnie up to head out, a little fracture of light makes its way through the clounds, sun is setting. By the time we're slightly south of Ft. Lewis the clouds clear up a bit and sun is trying to get to us from all directions. We are listening to Röyksopp's Happy up here. In what's left of the rain drops in the setting sun I see on end of a big fat rainbow! It takes me a little bit to notice the other half sitting on the other side of us in Ft. Lewis. I tell Ronnie that I feel like Rainbows are God's way of communicating with me on a visual level.

Saturday, September 5, 2009





Hey Folks!! Free Radio Olympia Needs A New Home

As our beloved community members and listeners may be aware, Free Radio
Olympia 98.5 FM (FRO) was recently served a warning by the Federal
Communications Committee (FCC) to cease broadcasting without license.
According to the federal government, it is illegal to broadcast over the
radio waves without their permission. When they permit a station to
broadcast, that permission comes with restrictions. One must hold one's
tongue and keep one's words within an acceptable, passive bubble of
mediocrity. Only certain music is acceptable. Only certain things can be
said. Information and opinions are altered, dulled down, rendering them
hollow and half-alive.

In 2001, FRO took a stand against this sorry state of affairs and began
broadcasting without a license. This action was done defiantly and openly.
Since its inception, FRO has been ordered by the FCC to cease transmitting
and shut down several times. Despite this, FRO has continued transmitting
for 8 years, albeit with occasional interruptions.

As was mentioned above, FRO is currently negotiating the consequences of
receiving a new order by the FCC to cease transmission. Rest assured, FRO
will return. The date of our glorious resurrection is not fixed, nor can
it be. But you can help hasten that day by providing us with a new home.
We need (at LEAST) one of you beautiful people/households out there to
host our station. As soon as we find a new home, the sooner we'll be back
up and running. So if you are willing to welcome FRO into your home, or
think you might be but just have some questions, let us know. Now is your
chance to be part of pirate radio history and help us bring anarchy to the

You can contact us either through our email at fro(at)riseup.net or sniff
out that one person you know who is part of the collective.

With your help and the support of the community, we'll be back on the air
and running strong again. Keep up the good work, Olympia. We'll be back
sooner than you can eat a burrito.

In the meantime, tune in to our audio stream online at
http://radio.indybay.org:8000/stream.ogg.m3u or
http://radio2.indymedia.org:8000/stream.ogg.m3u !
We are still programming.



Fucking Shit Up Since 2001

FRO is online at http://www.frolympia.org & http://myspace.com/frolympia

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

A Thai Tiger

My Mom has a friend who lives in Holland. He was traveling in Thailand and this picture was taken as a tiger splashed in a fountain. It's not a perfect fractal... I don't think any of mine are true, but its the best I could do. It's all an experiment...