Stop! Just please stop!
Thank you, fellow humans, for all the well-meaning advice regarding migraines, insomnia, and so on, but please stop. These issues have been with me for decades. Whatever you’re going to suggest, I have already tried it. Yes, that too, whatever it is you’re thinking of. I’m already maxed out with sleep deprivation, pain, plus sensitivity to light, sound, smell and so on. I don’t have the reserves to walk anyone else through what doesn’t work. For example, some people seem to think that I haven’t tried relaxing hard enough. Don’t think about that one too long or you’ll have some migraine-ridden sleepless nights too.
Stop! Just please stop!
I could claim that I’m watching a Star Wars marathon today, but I’m more likely to be stopping by the mechanic’s to pick up my ailing landspeeder – Continue reading
Do you recall a time when you were accused of something you didn’t do?
Perhaps the accusation came long ago, from a sibling or another student, but your parent or teacher believed it.
Perhaps it was a small matter, but remember how the injustice made you feel, and how it tested your faith in authority, if only for a moment?
“No tickling here. Full on penetration to the subconscious bringing to the surface all those thoughts that were made submissive. Passionate work, creative and detailed, mind-altering and intriguing.”
Experience the party to end all parties!
This FREE event at Vega’s Underground in Old Sacramento will include 60’s era burlesque performed by two members of The Golden Poppy Revue, Sugar Cheeks and Vivienne Fuego, as well as comedy by Dianna Hong, and music by the rockin’ throwback cover band Lane 5!
Your not-so-humble Master Nick will be there, bearing prints of the beautiful Vivienne Fuego, among other wondrous works!
SEE BURLESQUE PERFORMANCES BY:
Bunny Pistol, The Barbary Coast Bombshell!
VaVa Vivian (Head of the Whiskey Sirens in Reno, NV)
‘Sirlesque’ performer Ron Dez Vous from Hollywood!
Vivienne Fuego, Sugar Cheeks, Jenna Jezebel, Continue reading
When something makes me mad enough to rant, a friend, mentor, and artistic colleague Julian Greigh tells me, “Put it in the art!”
‘Tis sound advice.
I know of someone who’s been slandering my family for over twenty years. In my current story, his avatar get’s punched so hard by a super-heroine that he flies off over the horizon. (Yes, there’s a bit of dream logic involved.)