… before the sun.
It’s stupid but this was and remains my drink. I’m the kind to drink it on a stoop or under a bridge.
It used to be Colt .45. Caught some racist flak for that in Philly years ago. “Ain’t that what the jigs drink?” I suppose, but I don’t care. It works every time.
This is my bad mindset: I identify with the protagonist in 40 oz. to Freedom.
Probably a bad idea for someone on an anti-convulsive, lithum, and an anti-psychotic. I’ll think about that tomorrow.
Down again and jittery due to medication side effects. Fingers don’t work right, brain failing. Considering hospitalization. Saw psychotherapist today. Seeing psychiatric nurse practitioner on Monday. Insane father comes to town on Tuesday.
Just get me to the airport, put me on a plane
Hurry hurry hurry, before I go insane
I can’t control my fingers, I can’t control my brain
Oh no oh oh oh oh
Yes. I did. And that’s a lame joke.
The Ventures were incredibly popular in Japan.
The guy in the audience at the start of part 2 invented headbanging:
The Ventures played fast and loud.
Johnny Ramone played a Ventures model Mosrite.
Motorheads are speed freaks.
Motörhead paid tribute to the Ramones.
Marky Ramone played with The Ventures.
Billy Zoom saw The Ramones and was inspired to found X.
The Ramonetures and Billy Zoom put out a Ventures-laced album of X covers.
The Ramonetures’ first album consisted of Ventures-inspired Ramones covers.
But to return to the subject of Japan, where it all began …
End of story.
Postscript: I would never encourage anybody with a mood disorder to use drugs of abuse. They’re bad news. But nobody said anything about audio speed. Enjoy!