ROCK CLIMBING [IS THE DEVIL]

Sunday, June 30, 2019

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I’m just kidding, rock climbing is a dangerous sport just like any other. But after having two friends that died from rock climbing, I have to at least say this. But when a roommate dies, what do you do? The hardest part is moving on, but the most necessary thing for you to do is to move on. You’ve gotta keep pushing, you’ve gotta keep doing what you’ve gotta do to survive. I can’t believe my friend of one month, Bryson Allen, is never coming home again. He’s gone, and I guess that there’s nothing that I can do to change that. It’s hard to grieve over someone you only knew for a month, but there’s still an emptiness, a void…. That person’s never coming back. That’s something you’ve just got to get over, as harsh as that sounds. I’m not sure how to process the death of someone I hardly knew. It kind of hurts, but at the same time, I hardly knew him.
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UNLIMITED PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE HARASSMENT [WHAT ARE THE ODDS]

Thursday, June 27, 2019

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What are the odds that three people would target me in one day to be subjected to affirmative action from my boss at my job back to back to back? Yesterday started out nice, but as the day progressed, more and more people started doing more and more things to try to entrap me into some kind of situation that I obviously didn’t belong in in the first place.

First thing is first, when you call back and say that you have recorded audio of someone hanging up on you, you should probably factor into your fabricated story that you were the first to hang up, and also that our phones at work are sometimes malfunctioning, or even the fact that you called from an anonymous number (to book a party reservation) – before you go saying what you’re saying about someone and trying to get someone fired over it. Look, people call my job all day long and have 0 issues with me on the regular, so for someone to suddenly have this big dramatic situation could make you typically look like quite the oddball, and in my personal opinion, this does not look good on you at all.
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CHANCE FOR PRESIDENT [TALKS TOWN HALL]

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

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The Town Hall was actually a personal success. Here’s why…. I confronted one of my local stalkers. Also, one person I had a disagreement with confronted me, gave me political advice, then we actually shook hands at the end of it. Plus, there were a handful of spectators. Thank you for tonight! It was a lot more than I had hoped it would be. Keep reading for the details — READ MORE

WESTON CAGE [WHAT IS HIS DEAL]

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

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Nic Cage’s son, Weston, has been popping up a lot lately. A few weeks back he did a radio show interview where he revealed his dad, actor Nicolas “Not The Bees” Cage, dug Darkthrone and Satyricon when Weston played them for him.

I guess they have been bonding over metal a lot lately, as they were spotted in Vegas on Sunday night at the Motley Crue show. After the show, Nic and Weston were hanging out backstage, when things got heated.

TMZ “reports” that Nic and Weston were backstage hanging out with frontman Vince Neil. Drummer Tommy Lee was unable to enter the room, as Weston was inadvertently blocking the entrance.

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I guess Tommy Lee doesn’t believe in excuse-me’s, rather going for “get the fuck out of my way.” Being a rational adult, Weston decides to flip out instead, challenging Tommy Lee to a fight. Tommy then became “unhinged” and started screaming at, what TMZ reports is “ear-piercing levels.” So it was a scream-fight??

Anyway, Nic and Vince Neil had to break up the scuffle, and the two Cages were escorted out of the dressing room and they all lived happily ever after.

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And here, we have a Noisey/Metal Insider interview with the son of actor – Nic Cage: Wes Cage.
First thing to note is what he says about “ghost metal”, second thing to note is testimony that he allegedly sacrificed fans on stage.

Five years ago, we noted that Nicolas Cage’s son Weston was the vocalist of a black metal band called Eyes of Noctum. Since then, the band’s gone on to… well, not much. They put an album out in 2009, but the band’s official web site is yours for the taking, and since then, he’s gotten arrested and fought with Tommy Lee. At any rate, with Eyes of Noctum behind him, he’s stepped out on his own as Wes Cage. Described as “ghost metal” by his Soundcloud page, his sound “twists symphonic, blackened progressive metal with cutting edge orchestrations.” That sounds like it might be pretty good, like Opeth, or maybe Xerath, right? Nah, not exactly.

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Cage recently released a song called “Tell Me Why (Matriarch of Misery),” and it doesn’t sound blackened, or particularly progressive. It sounds like something that might be a little too heavy to be on an active rock station, but not by much. “Some have said he sounds like a young David Bowie with the distinction of Marilyn Manson,” his bio claims. Who are these “some?” At any rate, this song is apparently from Cage’s debut solo album, Prehistoric Technology, which is due out in 2015.

Built like the high-school wrestler he once was, Weston Coppola Cage is a big dude. When he rolls into the lobby of the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills with his publicist and his wife Danielle, he’s pushing a stroller containing the couple’s three-month old son. The kid is fast asleep. “He can sleep through anything,” Cage tells us. “We went to an event the other day and the DJ was playing super loud techno, but this little guy didn’t even flinch.”

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At just 23 years old, Cage is already on his second wife. Which may or may not put him on pace with his dad, Nicolas Cage—yeah, that Nicolas Cage—who has gone through three and counting. Like father, like son, right? Sort of. While the elder Cage is known for his bug-eyed histrionics in films like Raising Arizona, Wild Aa Heart, and Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans, Cage the younger has a completely different set of eccentricities. As a teenager, Wes started a band called Eyes of Noctum, which wouldn’t be unusual for a Hollywood scion with unlimited resources except for the fact that they played black metal, easily one of the least-accessible musical genres one could possibly choose to play. Taking full advantage of the family bank account, Wes flew his band to Sweden so they could record with legendary producer Fredrik Nordström, the man who helmed albums by massive Scandinavian extreme-metal acts like At The Gates, Opeth and Dimmu Borgir. Back in L.A., Wes regularly wore eyeliner or full-on “corpsepaint” to red-carpet events, making even his dad look “normal” by comparison.

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Before the year is out, Wes plans to unveil his first solo record, which combines metal and industrial music into something he calls “ghost metal.” He hopes it will help him reconcile with his estranged mother, actress Christina Fulton. But he’s also not holding his breath.

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DOING RESEARCH [PAYS OFF]

Saturday, April 27, 2019

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After researching ritual abuse and trauma based mind control programming, I did the unthinkable and figured out how to help myself cope now that I actually understand what kind of torture I am being put through. This type of ritualistic abuse effects friendships and hinders one’s trust of other people, and can unintentionally lead them to become misunderstood.
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