A Copy of A Copy of A Copy…
I spent much of my late teens and early twenties playing in rock bands around the Great Lakes area. Besides getting paid in beer and playing more often than not solely for the other bands on the bill, there was one other grand tradition of DIY music-making: the show…
I have faith in movies because of creative people like Geoff.
Going to the range today.
If you relapse, repeat after me:
- You are not weak.
- You have not lost this battle.
- You are not selfish.
- You are not out of control.
- All the progress you made hasn’t magically disappeared.
- You are not a failure.
- Life is a cycle of highs and lows- good times are ahead, so keep going forward.
- You matter.
I made this! Made my first AR15 yesterday! A pretty tedious task but I worth the savings in $$$. Can’t wait to take it out and shoot it.
Chamber - 5.56 (will shoot 5.56 and .223)
Barrel Twist - 1x9 - Nitride Coated
Barrel Thread - 1/2 x 28
Barrel - 16” Chrome Moly Vanadium 4150, Nitride Processed
Flash Hider - DPMS A2
Gas Block - Rail Height
2 peice quadrail
Upper Receiver - M4 Feed Ramps - Flat-Top
M16 Milspec Bolt/Carrier Assy
Spike’s tactile forged
with a PSA Magpul lower kit.
A quote from Jeff Bridges (via bringtheruckuss)Is lox & bagels a sandwich? I like lox & bagels, I like kind of building that, the ritual of getting your bagel, I like my bagels toasted, almost burned, and then you put a medium spread of cream cheese, and then I like onions quite a bit, so I will put quite a few onions on it. I’m not really into tomato, but once in a while I will surprise myself with tomatoes. And then I’ll put the lox on there, and then put some peppers, and then I will cut it in half and go to town. That’s the first thing that popped into my head when you said sandwich, but it’s hard to beat a good cheeseburger. As I’m thinking about it, and then the eastern thing is cool too, felafels and pita pockets, those are awful great too. I like sandwiches, now I’m thinking about all kinds of sandwiches.
Our families are very close and he was a little brother to me. The youngest of the my generation of Vinnedge cousins. It was one of the hardest things i have ever done. One special thing that happened was that so many people showed up to say goodbye the visitation lasted and hour and 1/2 longer than it was suppose to. At 6 when is was scheduled to end, there were still 150 people in line to come pay their respects. He was a truly special person who touched many and will live on in their hearts. Rest in peace brother, I will miss you every day. I love you.
This is him. So much talent. I will never get to watch him jam again,
Has not been good to my family for a long time. In 1972, my uncle Vic and 3 year old cousin Robby were killed by a drunk driver on the way to our cottage. Today, my 21 year old cousin was taken off of life support and passed away at 10:50pm from an OD. So young, so full of talent. Thrown away because of a sickness he could not control. No longer will the 4th mean independence, freedom and fireworks. It will be a painful, dark remembrance of a young man robbing this world of his love and talent because of a substance. Rest in peace Pat, I love and will miss you dearly, but god damn it am I mad at you right now.
Book of Matches Media & Compass College of Cinematic Arts present
THE LAST SUPPER (Compass critique cut)
[extended cut, recolored, coming soon]
Writer, Directed & Edited by Geoffrey Young Haney
Produced by Juliene Winborne
Anders Appelhof-Lu was the Director of Photography
Starring Joseph Scott Anthony, Ryan Woodcox, Stephen Grey, and Michael Gordon
When a wayward hit-man takes a high-stakes job from his old mentor, he unwittingly enters into a friendship with his would-be mark and must decide whether to carry out his hit or to walk away.