Tuesday, March 31, 2009


Very few bands do these kind of unplugged performances anymore, the following are not only amazing to listen to but also showcase Depeche Mode's ability to still sound good LIVE! The song 'Wrong' gets my vote for best overall sounding song, but the song 'Corrupt,' shows how cocky Dave can be and how he gets into the role of the lyrics. On another note, the song 'Wrong,' is nothing like the other songs on the album, extremely different, but you'll have to wait and see what I'm talking about *wink*!!!

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Saturday, March 28, 2009

Friday, March 27, 2009


Rumors are ahead - but still fun to gawk at. Check out the following iPhone rumors flying around the Internet!

- New iPhone announcement around mid-June
- New iPhone will be faster and have a more seamless experience unmatched by any device
- U-Verse iPhone application; will allow control of your home DVR (play, pause, rewind, etc.)
- The annual iPhone launch is "becoming a tradition."
- Nothing official is being confirmed, but they said that people should prep for an exciting time this summer.
- AT&T is said to be working with Apple to create a unified product with an unparalleled experience across all their products and services.
- Apple's 3.0 software should tell us where the iPhone platform is going.
- They said customers shouldn’t need to choose from AT&T's high-end devices because of features, they should choose based on preferences. The gap in capability should be filled with the new iPhone.
- Seems like the higher speed HSDPA (7.2Mbps) is being hinted at too which should confirm the earlier rumors of the new Infineon chipset.


ALERT: New Depeche Mode article. Click here to read it from the Los Angeles Times!


On a scale, how hot do you think Pitbull is? I heart him... sigh!!!!


When you're stressed you eat comfort food - okay, I'm stressed at LAX eating french fries praying to the Lord, any lord actually to get me on the next flight to San Francisco.

Giving new meaning to Murphy's Law, this morning had gone way too perfectly. I woke up before my alarm went off, JJ was extremely behaved, there was no line at Starbucks, the kennel opened up on time, traffic wasn't that bad... you get the idea!

Getting to the airport I checked in and the guy told me my flight wasn't until tomorrow morning - WTF? Apparently my flight had mechanical problems so it was cancelled. My boss thankfully booked me on a later flight but not until 11 p.m. at night... I'm a pretty patient person but waiting at the airport for fourteen hours is not something I was game to do. Another thing I'm thankful for is that I have a friend, Ivan, who works at American Airlines and pulled some strings for me.

What's the current update? Well I am still at the airport playing the waiting game. In a few hours this blog post will be void but I felt it necessary to post something, especially since I'm alone in the terminal - Ivan went on lunch, otherwise I'd bug him.

I guess I am going to miss my 2:30 interview with the Hot House boys *so sad*!!!

Thursday, March 26, 2009


Angel Benton and I have been talking more and more on the phone and I hope this weekend we become even closer. Mind you a few years ago I had something against Angel. I had no idea what the grudge was but I didn't care for him and/or didn't trust him. Maybe it was my insecurities, maybe it was my jealousy - either way I had to get over it and I'm so glad I did. I blogged about becoming Angel's friend (go to the archives and find it you have patience) years ago and every since then we've become friends, our talks are frequently candid, off-the-wall, and gossipy - I almost feel like I'm back in high school when I gab with him.



Tomorrow morning I leave for San Francisco. What am I still doing up, it's almost midnight... I need to be out there by 6:45 so I can get JJ to the kennel by 7 a.m. and to the airport by 9 a.m. - plane leaves at 9:50 a.m.!

This weekend will be fun yet tiresome and grueling. Am I up for the challenge? FUCK YES! Wish me luck and trust me, with my camera and the Nick Young camera crew following every interview I do the weekend will be heavily documented!

See ya Monday morning!!!

Wednesday, March 25, 2009


What exactly would happen if I was to die right this second? That's the question I ask myself over and over again when I watch the show 'Six Feet Under.' Is it a good time to watch a show of this magnitude if those thoughts are going through my head? Why the hell not in my opinion. I can remember in 2004 when my mom passed away if you would have asked me what was on the forefront of my mind almost everyday it would have been: when I was going to die, and how okay I was with the fact that if I died that very minute I'd be happy. Not to be too morbid but I wasn't depressed or harboring any anger to the extent that death was a viable option, because I wasn't thinking about suicide at all. Instead I was okay with the fact of dying from an accidental death or when my time was up - either way I knew that I would be with my mother and totally happy.

Did I want to die? HELL NO!!!

The show 'Six Feet Under,' takes a very dark humor approach to death and is highly suggested viewing material by me if you missed it the first time around.

Friday, March 20, 2009




I was asked to be a speaker tomorrow at what is called "Always a Bridesmaid," in Downtown Los Angeles. I don't know too much about the organization but if you know me then you also are aware that I will do virtually anything to help rally support and knowledge about marriage equality. Their website is: www.always-a-bridesmaid.org. I know it's extremely last minute but if you can make it to Downtown LA tomorrow look for me, I'll be there!

LOCATION: Downtown Los Angeles City Hall
200 N Spring Street
Between 1st and Temple


Are they just trying to rub it in? Ya know, shove the dagger just a tad bit further into my back! I just received an invite to try out for Wheel of Fortune... again! It clearly says in the rules that you can only try out once a year, yet they are emailing me another invite a month later... are they desperate for contestants?

If you remember i was one of the last finalists but they weened me out and never called me back within the two weeks they gave me. I want to meet Pat and Vanna - and buy a vowel!


Thursday, March 19, 2009


While I was at JetSet today I had a lot of downtime to read and catch up on current porn news *LOL*, while reading I spotted Johnny Hazzard and PT in an ad - how cute is this????? Of course my dog, JJ, was a bit jealous!


Download something
useful, or useless
because I'm lying here
wide to receive
almost anything
you'd care to give
and I don't
get along with myself
and I'm not too keen
on anyone else

Turn on, plug in
then just walk away
unlock, process
then just go
and I've never felt quite so alone
as I do right now

I'm lying here
wide to receive
almost anything
you'd care to give
wide, wide, wide...


Why was I on a Phil Collin's kick today, is that too sappy? Did he write his own lyrics? I think so. One song that he didn't write is 'Groovy Kind of Love.' The song has probably the most effiminant lyrics I've ever seen written and I think for Collins to sing the redo the song was not only a gutsy move but shows how secure he was in his manhood.

"When I kiss your lips, ooh I start to shiver
Cant control the quivering inside.
When Im in your arms, nothing seems to matter
My whole world could shatter, I dont care
Wouldnt you agree, baby you and me got a groovy kind of love"

Anyhoo, this song has been redone numerous times but I think Phil did it the most justice - much better than Sonny & Cher.

Tonight I traveled to CPK in West Covina to meet up with a friend I've been talking with on MySpace/Yahoo for the past few months. I'm not sure how we started talking, but I'm sure it resulted out of boredom. Fernando and I started talking and instantly had a lot in common - he used to live in Long Beach around the same time I lived there. He looks familiar so I'm sure I saw him around. Fernando is a great guy and we had a nice dinner and am glad we became friends.

Sorry guys, Fernando is taken - he's dating a guy named Scott, however that Scott is not me. He tells me that this guy is extremely nice and I hope he's handsome too... you know he's gotta do the name justice.

Tomorrow is going to be an exciting day... but I can't say anything about it just yet! More details tomorrow... sorry this is so messy, I just didn't want to make it look pretty!


Tuesday, March 17, 2009

I miss ya mom... more now than ever!!!


He Say: "Boy we've had a real good time. And I wish you the best on your way. I didn't mean to hurt you. I never thought we'd fall. Out of place. I have something that I love long long, but my friends keepa' tellin' me that something's wrong. Then I met someone and there's nothing else I can say."

I Say: "There's nothing else I can say."

He Say: "Not that I don't care about you, just that things got so compliqué. I have something that I love long long, but my friends keepa' tellin' me that something's wrong then I met someone and there's nothing else I can say."

I Say: "There's nothing else I can say."

Sunday, March 15, 2009


Everyone enjoyed the song and video combo of 'WRONG," except for the iTunes subscriber above!

It's extremely hard to read so I will quote it word for word. "I found this video to be unpleasantly shocking and disturbingly violent. I love Depeche Mode and the song WRONG, but I deleted this video immediately."





I saw the below compilation of images online and instantly started to cry. Morrissey has written the lyrics to my life that I've connected with and survived on. One of the most poignant lines he ever delivered to my heart was:

"Life is hard enough when you belong here."

If you read and listen closely his words pushed mainstream limits of what a songwriter should/could talk about, but a lot of people weren't connecting to the lyrics, instead they loved the beat, well... some of them anyway.

"We can go wherever we please. And everything depends upon. How near you stand to me. And if the people stare. Then the people stare. Oh, I really don't know and I really don't care. I'll fight to the last breath. If they dare touch a hair on your head. I'll fight to the last breath. For the Good Life is out there somewhere. So stay on my arm, you little charmer."


Last night was the first night that I slept in the middle of my bed. Usually I sleep on the very edge of my bed... to the point of where I'm centimeters from falling off. The other 95 percent of the bed goes to JJ. I can't believe how great I felt this morning when I woke up. What a concept: the more bed you occupy the better rest you get.

BTW: Doesn't the picture that accompanies this post just right?


I have to give myself props when I see fit and last night I looked extremely hot. Sound too conceited? I hope not because I would never bestow such a compliment on myself unless I saw fit - and last night was that kind of a night. Yes I was at Eagle, not the hottest guys usually frequent there, however tonight, for some reason there were so many hot studs there that I would have considered taking home.

Tj, Chris, myself, and their friend from Seattle, Troy, ventured out to the Silverlake to first enjoy dinner at a new restaurant called Desert Rose, and then jump over to Eagle for their twice monthly club called 'Meat Rack.' The restaurant was pretty amazing - the wine list is elaborate (two points) and the menu is not too extensive (we like that.. too many choices just confuses us). We admired the fact that we had numerous people come check on us throughout the night - extra attention is always nice, it makes you feel warm and welcome, even if you don't need anything.

We hurried to The Eagle to miss the line and meet Cruz - however Cruz ended up calling in sick, so he took a raincheck! The Eagle was decorated festively with shamrocks that looked like penis': just imagine two of the side leaves to look like testis and the middle leaf protruding to look very *clearing throat* phalic. Sorry, that's the best I can do with that description.

At the Eagle we saw pretty much everyone: Moses, Derrick, Topher, Frank, Stefano, Ryan, Steve, Dean, Jeremy Lucido, Marcos, Jason Ridge.... to name a few.

An incident happened midnight that made me nearly throw up so I had to jet and leave the club, but the three hours I was there was extremely fun and I was a hottie there, everyone seemed to like my shirt and the way I looked - PROUD OF MYSELF!

Saturday, March 14, 2009


On the way home last night form the concert and clubbing with Joe I was feeling hungry. Most of you know that I've interjected a spontaneous diet into my life to get a bit more fit for summer time. Driving home I had the 'fuck-it' urge to drive through Taco Bell and order a small burrito - I was craving something salty (please no jokes), otherwise I would have just went home and had a choco-protein shake. Getting ready to order I pulled up to the window after waiting for the car in front of me to take what seemed like forever to order and then *POOF* the menu light turned off and the Taco Bell employee told me that they were closed for the night. I looked at my clock and noticed it was 2:02 a.m.!!!

What did I end up doing? I could have easily done a quick U-turn and drove through El Pollo Loco or Jack in the Box, but instead I drove home and made a small chicken salad with some salsa - I'm very proud of myself!!!

Speaking of my diet, since I've been on my new diet kick I've learned a lot about my body, things that opened my eyes about how I eat. The major discovery is that when my body says "I need salty food, rather than candy." It is not saying that it needs a mass quantity, instead it just needs a little nibble of something to satisfy my craving. Interesting discovery I think, and for now on it will change the way I consume food!


Last night I had the pleasure to accompany my best friend Joe to the Lady GaGa concert at The WIltern theater. Attempting to be uber urban I took the train there. I could never turn down free tickets and I was honored that he picked me out of all the gays that know and love him and Lady GaGa! Lady GaGa, it sounds very proper doesn't it? I love saying it! This is her first headlining tour and along with her she brought the band'The White Tie Affair, ' they just so happen to be one of Joe's favorite bands! The show was over-the-top phenomenal. Joe's band was pretty good, I have to admit that. The lead singer had a great stage presence and it made the music sound that much better. They do sound like a lot of bands out there today so I'm not sure that will get them very far, but I think the two things they do have going for them that will (hopefuly) get them on the radio is their drive and personality - good luck!

Now Lady GaGa was an experience all on its own, in fact I think half of West Hollywood was there to support her, I think you could count how many str8 guys there were to see her on one hand. GaGa also brought out the stars, and not porn stars, I mean Hollywood stars. We say Raven-Symone ( that made my night) and Perez Hilton. There were rumors that Kanye West was there, some rapper by the name of Lil' John(?), plus Diddy, Kelly Osborne, Mika, and a few others.

Anywho, the show was amazing and her energy was spectacular. We happened to meet these three crazy peeps from Los Angeles... names escape me except for Todd, he celebrated his birthday the day before. Todd was a bit drunk and when we bumped into him later at The Abbey it seemed as if he still wasn't calm. Todd and his friends were crazy cool and even introduced me to a cute, str8-ish, porn star - don't worry I have his MySpace *wink*!

Check out GaGa's opening number below, she kicked it off with a very abstract intro that not only shows how many layers GaGa has but how smart she is. Somehow, watching the short film I can tell that it was most likely her concept or she had a role in it - she's smart like that! I think GaGa is taking over the world and with Perez Hilton giving her the new princess of pop crown I think there's no dispute that Britney better watch her back *wink*!

Thursday, March 12, 2009


I'm so very proud of my band Depeche Mode, once again they have clenched the Furious Five at Nine on KROQ. I'm not sure how many nights they have been number one but last night, Wednesday, they dropped down to number two. Numero Uno last night was 'Silversun Pickups' with their new single called "Panic Switch." Depeche Mode's new song is called 'WRONG,' and is a throw back to a more industrial sounding Mode a la the album 'Some Great Reward,' mixed with their 1997 song 'Barrel of a Gun." If you haven't heard the song check out the video down below!


I really don't know what to say to this...


If you have ten minutes to spare listen to KROQ 106.7, Kevin & Bean's skit about Tween Dora the Explorer. If you're not familiar with Dora she is the little Latin girl who has a monkey as a friend and is bilingual. Now Dora's creators are intending to make Dora a tad older, however upon Kevin & Bean talking to her on their radio show it seems as if Dora has grown up a little too fast. Fast forward the interview to the five minute mark and be prepared to start your day off with a good belly laugh - I sure did!




Today I was so proud of myself, not only did I start my new healthy (cook my dinner at home) diet but I also shopped cheap at Trader Joes. Before I'd buy what I wanted no matter what the cost was. Of course prices always mattered to me but today I made a list, checked it twice and made sure I didn't stray on the impulse buys. Oprah has always preached on her show about clipping online coupons. I used to use coupons a lot in Long Beach but haven't since... I thought some of you might like these coupons to print and clip: http://print.coupons.com/couponweb/Offers.aspx?pid=11540&zid=bm91&nid=10&bid=090312010323xgluovik

Wednesday, March 11, 2009


This past week I've had some trouble sleeping and I'm starting to get a bit worried. I've met numerous people who tell me that they control their sleep patterns by medication but I'm not sure I want to go that route - however it's getting to the point where I just might have to. I do have a lot on my mind but one of my coworkers suggested it could just be the time change and I should give my body a week or two get used to it. I've never had 'issues' before falling asleep or getting enough sleep come Spring time, then again I'm not getting any younger and these problems *and more* will likely keep arising as I get older.

Another coworker of mine has been having trouble also. She shared with me that it helps when she puts on a mediation compact disc and listens to it. I asked her what the sounds were and she said chimes and rain mostly - I couldn't imagine a voice mediating me to sleep. She said the raindrops made her sleep, instantly I thought of the song below and inquired if the song was included in the mediation CD, LOL, as a joke! Enjoy the comical, yet cute song. But in all seriousness does anyone have any advice to get better ZZZZ's?


When I'm at the gym and this song by Christina Millian comes on I pump the treadmill up to 6.5 and just go for it... what an amazing song.



I am going to see Lady Ga Ga in concert on Friday! I am going to see Lady Ga Ga in concert on Friday! I am going to see Lady Ga Ga in concert on Friday! Okay, I'm done bragging. My best friend and I are going to go hobnob with other WeHo gays that are bound to be there. Lady Ga Ga in my opinion has one of the best dance albums of the year and if you haven't heard it well then you are a loser and you suck, just kidding *sorta*! If you're not aware of who Lady Ga Ga is then check out the YouTube clip below, she's pretty damn amazing!

Tuesday, March 10, 2009


Do people really envy my life? I just received a text from a friend that said he always notices that I'm doing fun things: out and about, protests, parties and that made him just a little envious.

I think it's funny how the grass is always greener on the other side, I can assure you that being me isn't all that great, but I can say that I'm content being in my own skin! I envy people like Brandon Baker and Angel Benton because they're always traveling - something that I love to do. I also envy my brother Greg Boardman or Joe Siyam because they have a 9-5 desk job, something I don't have right now. I also envy my dog because he sleeps and eats all day and craps where ever he wants (as long as it's outside.) and has zero responsibility in this world but to make me happy.

At the end of the day though, I crawl into my bed with no help with my two arms, two legs and my health and thank God that I'm here with a secure roof over my head with two jobs that pay me well. Maybe being me isn't all that bad!!!


Bruce is losing weight and fast! I saw him on Sunday morning, he stopped by The Abbey to visit since he didn't make brunch. The man is looking amazing, and will be in a Speedo in no time. He told me that he's lost 70 pounds and intends on losing a lot more. Good luck and congrats Brucey!!!


Word on the Hollywood Streets is that Depeche Mode will be shutting down the boulevard in a months time to perform on Jimmy Kimmel. A bit strange they'd do so, especially since Jimmy has a huge stage right behind Hollywood Boulevard - why shut down Hollywood, am I reading too much into the verbage?

I think they just might do it, especially since Depeche Mode and Los Angeles have such an interesting relationship. Let's not forget about them selling out Rosebowl 20 years ago and the 15,000 people who were estimated showing up at the Beverly Center for an autograph when they released the album Violator.

Depeche Mode fever is officially back and I can't wait to see them in Toronto, Vegas and their two shows at the Hollywood Bowl.


If you have attempted to date a guy twice and twice it never worked out should you try to be his friend a year later?
I received a call from a guy who was accidentally invited to the Boys Brunch on Sunday, he called to say hi and thank
me for the invite and to catch up. UGH... I invited him? LOL, he shares a name with a coworker of mine I quickly realized and
that's why the text when to him, DOH!!!

I've actually decided to befriend only one guy who I've dated time and time again. We met up for the first time a month or so ago at the Eagle and we got along great, however we have years of history and not having Cruz in my life is not as much fun as when he's in my life. Cruz is like my war buddy and now I know we can be friends with no hidden agenda.

I have no problem being friends with guys I've dated in the past but it's a bit confusing whether a guy who you've dated is calling to test the water again or just to be your friend - hmmm, maybe that's why Cruz was so skeptical of meeting me last month - either way I feel like he knew I had only good intention. This other guy I'm a bit hesitant in calling him. Yah, he helped me out when I first got my dog and he knew just what to say and for me to do when I was at my weakest moment, ready to hand my dog back to the Pasadena Humane Society however I don't want to complicate my life any further. I've given it a few days thought and I will likely return his call today to be courteous.


My blog has been receiving pretty good viewing numbers: 15 to 20 people a day are logging in to see what I have to write. I know in Perez Hilton numbers mine are pretty dismal but I find it quite flattering that a dozen or so people are actually interested in what I have to say. Whether I receive flack for what I write or praise my only thing is that I remain honest and keep trucking on.

I want to say THANK YOU to everyone who reads and comments on my post. If you don't know how to email me it's simple:

Keep reading and being loyal, I truly appreciate it!!!


Last night before I went to bed I logged onto Ebates.com which quickly linked me up to iTunes so I could purchase the new Kelly Clarkson album. If you haven't heard of Ebates I highly recommend you check it out. Ebates pays you cash to shop online, for instance I received 3 percent cash back from buying the $13 Kelly Clarkson album - some sites pay up to 25 percent cash back just by going through Ebates.com. Ebates has thousands of vendors including Macy's, Abercrombie, The Gap, Magazines.com and so many more. Just yesterday I received a $10 gift card to Target, just for being a member... pretty ingenious, Suzie Oreman would be extremely proud!!!!

I can't wait to pop in the new Kelly Clarkson album and give it a go. When it was leaked online a few weeks ago I couldn't find it so I had to wait, fortunately I received an advance listen from Kelly's record label, thanks to Joe. I listened to a few songs and was surprised at the great songs - very Kelly Clarkson, formula driven but that's what works for her so as long as the lyrics are good and the songs remain popish than why not subscribe?

An album that I bought a few months ago and I'm just getting into is 'Hercules and the Love Affair.' If you're hesitant than check out the video I posted below from YouTube. 'Hercules,' is a disco-eccentric band comprised of Antony Hegarty from 'Antony and the Johnstons,' and some other rather unknown musical geniuses. The album is at first tough to comprehend because of the old school beats used to layer the songs but after a few listens the album becomes infectious and great to workout to.

Monday, March 9, 2009


I don't care how much fun people thought My House was last night, nothing compared to the first Boys Bruncheon of 2009. The pictures and the people who were at the three hour debauchery feast are all posted on Facebook if you want to see what you missed. Oh! And yes, Jonathan did make a wig out of the cotton candy. I think we'd all agree to say thank you to our hot waiter Ricky and also a big thank you to Jonathan Chang, Jason Ridge, Seth Apper, Angel Benton, Joe Siyam, Dominik Ryder *for making the trip* Kevin Horn, Jay Ponce *soooooo hot*, Lex Sabre, Andy Moore, Josh Griffin, Bobby Trendy, Bruce Vilanch, TBall, David Arias, and ANYONE ELSE THAT CAME TO EITHER PART ONE or PART TWO BUT I FORGOT TO MENTION - that always happens!!!

Next time Dustin Tyner will need to be in attendance and yes we will make sure there is a high chair for him, that's not a problem!

Sunday, March 8, 2009


Lately I haven't laughed a lot - until tonight. A new friend of mine, Tamara, told me that StagHomme.com, which is home to Francesco D'Macho and Damien Crosse, posted their footage of me. But the footage I thought was so damn funny was not of myself, instead it's of my pup J.J. and Damien's first meeting - funny is an understatement!

Please, I beg of you to become a member of StagHomme.com so you can watch their show StagTV plus all their hot Spanish boys. Their website filled with hot men but the comedy between Francesco and Damien is truly, truly hilarious! Please check out the screen shots above and below of the boys in Hollywood and in SF.

Saturday, March 7, 2009


I am glad that the economy hasn't claimed the life of the UCLA Festival of Books annual tradition.

Always hosted in the middle of April, this year the gala will take place on April 25 & 26 on the college campus of UCLA. If you've never been to the Festival it's a must do - even if you don't read books! Take your son, daughter, niece, nephew or significant
other, you are certain to have a blast!

This year they are promising:

140,000 attendees
450+ authors
300+ exhibitors
900+ volunteers
100+ author panels
6 outdoor stages
2 children’s areas

I haven't been in at least three years so I can't wait to attend it this year. Anyone want to rent their kids out to me for a few hours?


Friday, March 6, 2009


When a relationship ends a good friend by nature is supposed to tell their heartbroken friend that is happened for a reason.
In the last four months I've ended a relationship and a casual dating relationship. For reasons most of you know, losing the boyfriend was not a total loss, however losing the other made me pretty sad.

In the last week (or two) I met a guy off line and he has been pretty incredible. It's a bit strange meeting someone new and getting to know them. No matter how hard you try, there is always the tendency to compare the guy to the one before.
This guy is completely different from anyone I've ever met. Am I happy? Well we're just dating so no, I'm not completely happy just yet - I don't know him well enough to make that statement. It's hard not to text the guy I was dating before and tell him that it sucks not laughing with him - we did that a lot. Funny, I didn't laugh that much with my ex boyfriend. Yesterday was probably the closest I have been to text messaging him, however I deleted it. I know he thinks about me but for some reason he has issues that prevent him from committing and pursuing a serious relationship - that makes me sad the most.

The thing that's the best right now between myself and the guy I've gone on three dates with is that we are getting to know each other but are still strangers and haven't revealed many of our stories yet. As of right now I know he has a daughter and he knows I work in the adult industry but there are so many more things I want to wait to tell him, so many emotions he can't have. Emotions and feelings I gave the previous guy and felt robbed from when I was dropped.

True, things do happen for a reason and I've realized that I have to be more guarded with my heart - it's not for everyone.
And in a way it's my fault for sharing it with some guy I classify as nice. Maybe my friend Kenny is right, I often do tend to
classify any Joe as being 'nice.'

Thanks for reading... talk later!


There are many reasons why I consider Q Magazine out of Great Britain to be one of the must influential magazines in the world. One of the reasons being their '50 Essential Tracks to Download.' Usually this feature is located right in the first ten pages of the magazine - extremely convenient! Last year they changed the design of the monthly column from an eye-catching red box to a boring page that could easily be glazed over. Now they have changed the design again and moved the column to the back of the magazine, page 112 to be exact, with the the rest of the reviews. Am I mad? YES... I don't want to have to search for the Top 50 tracks! Q, please change it back to the way it was... please!


If the rumors are true, then my bank account is in some serious trouble. While it's not their full-fledged tour, it is an opportunity to see them earlier than previously planned in Toronto. Decisions, decisions!!!

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