Category Archives: Personal


Paul Penzone can defeat Sheriff Arpaio in November

Meeble friends, Some of you may be aware of my active fight against Sheriff Joe Arpaio. You can read more about that HERE and HERE. But being against something isn't as powerful as being FOR something. And it has become more than apparent that the only candidate capable of defeating Arpaio in the November 6th election is Paul Penzone. Watch this video: WHAT'S NEXT? Calling all social media warriors: if you have what it takes, and are willing to contribute your energy to the [...]

Thom Yorke performs with Modeselektor at Coachella!

This is not Mr. Meeble related - but I needed a break and went to Coachella with Karina this past weekend. We hung out with our friends Colin and James (who flew in from London for the festival) and loved every minute of it. BTW, I have nothing interesting to say about the Tupac hologram. Here's my top 5 shows for Coachella 2012: 1. Godspeed You Black Emperor 2. Modeselektor w/ Thom Yorke 3. M83 4. Radiohead 5. Justice Honorable mention: Amon Tobin for his mind blowing architectural [...]
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You are one sick mother fucker

I've heard that phrase aimed at me once or twice. Which brings me to the reason for this post. So many people have asked me over the years, "why are you sick so much?" At my most impatient moments, I give them a terse response like, "my parents dropped me." If I'm in a disclosing mood, I give them the real full story. The latter will be contained within this post. Currently, I have a lung infection. Most people seem to react strongly to hearing that. Well, I've had hundreds of lung infections. [...]

what i learned thanks to Radiohead and Mexico City (part 2)

It's been a few weeks since I last wrote about Mexico City. The memories are fuzzier, but I thought tonight that if I don't write them down now, i may never. Anyway... The next day K and I went to the Chapultepec Castle, which is an atypical museum on the top of a large hill in the center of D.F. (which was the site of Niños Héroes - 6 teen age boys who died defending the city against the American army in 1847.) [...]

what i learned thanks to Radiohead and Mexico City

i thought it was extravagant, the whole idea.  "sure i'd love to see Radiohead, but we just can't afford it right now...  and in Mexico City?"  i tried to explain this to Karina, but she stood firm.  deep inside, the trip appealed to me - the younger, more impetuous part of me.  a month later i found myself on a plane to Mexico City (which is called the big DF by those who live there.  and the people who live there are called chilangos by Mexicans living in the north.) at the DF airport, [...]