I miss Lachlan already. He added a special spice to this city that no longer sprinkles our soup. His positivity was always a motivation. Like an R-Tim or a B-Von-D. We've lost a great brother, for now, but the war is far from over. Our clans will unite again, and we shall crush the forces that align along the equator against us.
Punk Rock Bowling was rad a couple weeks ago. Drinking 9 beers before it makes the memories foggy with fear. Is it possible that I was louder than K-Firm? Possibilities are endless in this punk scene. I counted 6 or 20 bands among us, but my vision was often blocked by the husky hands of hungry friends.
It takes at least 45 muscles to like another local band. Here in the Van City area, we all flex our 'ceps together as one. We are very lucky for this mutual respect. Lucky to like each other so much. Like the flying V in Mighty-D. Let us not lose this momentum. I have missed many great shows in recent days, and for this I aggressively apologize, but the new-dads around here will understand.
And now, an update on our band: Shafer is going to Eastern Canada and Europe with a real band (Hey Ocean) for a couple months and my wife gives birth in 7 weeks or less. Steve and Hogie are free to roam the countryside. Maybe they'll start a bakery together called "Bro Buns!" Yah?
Mega Donair is finished. It was mastered by Jason Livermore at The Blasting Room in Fort Collins, Colorado. Since we are on a slight break, vids will come out but the full thing won't be out until we are back playing strange shows for our stranger fans. Thank you for your patience during this difficult time. And a huge thanks to the beautiful people who have volunteered their skills to act for free in our videos so far. Thank you so much.
Well, that's enough. I turn 35 tomorrow. Took the day off. Gonna golf and drink beer and feel ways about stuff.
Happy Thanksgiving, you guys.