Enlighten Up (blog entry) The last few weeks have been interesting spiritually. I have gained some new perspectives which will be simultaneously difficult and fulfilling to integrate into my world view. I read the Celestine Prophecy, and I watched a movie called "What t... read more
Keller at Croc Rock (blog entry) Ok, so I live near Allentown, PA. It is nice in a way... both Philly and NYC are within an hour or so. It makes it nice sometimes because I like to see so much music. However, when a show comes closer than that, I always get excited. What is b... read more
RIP Neal Conway (blog entry) A dear friend has parted. He will always be remembered as one of the good ones.
This is the second of my close friends who have passed away in car accidents in the last 6 months. Please be careful behind the wheel. The life you save may be... read more
When Dazzle and Manny still lived in Pennsylvania, they had met up with Dr. Vwala.... and Dr. Vwala was one of the first Funky Voodoodz to experiment with the Glow-Funk Superhero Swirl. The doc explained that music as we know it was in trouble. And the only way to combat this downfall was to call on a Glow-Funk Superhero. The doc told Dazzle and Manny that if music was to be saved, they would need to help create some more Glow-Funk Superheroes. The doc invited Dazzle and Manny back to his house and showed them the concoction... the Glow-Funk Superhero Swirl had been lying in wait for 6 and a half days. They were just hours from seeing the results. The Doc told Manny and Dazzle to have a seat while he went to retrieve some background music. He grabbed Sex Machine by James Brown and popped it in his Funkbox. The funk was immediate, and although it was slightly premature... the Glow-Funk Superhero Swirl began to bubble feverishly... soon, a small Glow-Funk Superhero emerged. He was weak and small... but as James Brown laid down the funk, he appeared to gain some strength. The doc told Manny and Dazzle to go to Jersey and get started immediately... and they did. Meanwhile, the doc grabbed something from under his bed... it was Stevie Wonder's Musiquarium... and within moments the GlowFunk Superhero was up and moving. The doctor was a long way from done with his mission, and spent the next several years trying to create as many GlowFunk Superheroes as possible. The first one, grew up not quite knowing what he was. By day he went as Brad... by night he went as Bumzy LaRue... and occasionally, he would bust out a dance move that would rock the casbah so hard that the room would shake. During one such Incident, the band... String Cheese Incident, noticed that there was an almost Superhero-ish dance party going on, and the Superhero at the center was certainly throwing down. Some years later, he was introduced to the new and improved Glow-Funk Superhero, and he was given the task of alerting all Glow-Funk Superheroes, whenever music is in trouble. He was given a light to shine in the sky, and he was given a wonderful team of GlowFunk Superheroes to help him in his quest. I am Bumzy LaRue... and this is my Cheesey tale.
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The last few weeks have been interesting spiritually. I have gained some new perspectives which will be simultaneously difficult and fulfilling to integrate into my world view. I read the Celestine Prophecy, and I watched a movie called "What the bleep do we know?" Both mediums of communication left me with similar feelings... I felt that there were loads of truths in both pieces, and they both had a quality of the surreal, or the fantastic... things that are tough for my mind to accept..... read moreFri, March 17, 2006 - 8:29 AM permalink - 0 comments
Ok, so I live near Allentown, PA. It is nice in a way... both Philly and NYC are within an hour or so. It makes it nice sometimes because I like to see so much music. However, when a show comes closer than that, I always get excited. What is better than living 10 minutes from the venue? I was excited in 2001 when SCI played Stabler Arena, I was excited this past year when SCI played in Scranton, when Phil played in Reading, and when Keller Williams played Crocodile Rock last night. Howe... read moreThu, January 26, 2006 - 8:02 AM permalink - 0 comments
You know what I hate? When you write like a 700 word blog, and then it gets erased by some stupic computer glitch. S*IT!!!!Fri, January 13, 2006 - 12:19 PM permalink - 0 comments
A dear friend has parted. He will always be remembered as one of the good ones.Mon, December 12, 2005 - 8:13 AM permalink - 0 comments
This is the second of my close friends who have passed away in car accidents in the last 6 months. Please be careful behind the wheel. The life you save may be your own.
I am already liking this thing. Seems like there are a lot of kind heads and freaky people. My kind of scene. See you at San Francisco for a Cheesey New Year!Mon, December 5, 2005 - 2:20 PM permalink - 0 comments
March 27, 2006What can I say about Brad, aka Bumzy La Rue. He is one of the most important people in my life. He is more than my friend, he is my brother. If he asked me to travel to the end of the universe, just to see what is there, I would go. Yes, I may have my objections at first, but his uncanny prowess of persuasion (matched only by one other) would make me think otherwise.
Bumzy is a flamboyant character. He will tell you the most fantastic stories and the funniest jokes. Ask him the one about the drunk man and his snails. He always has a good joke when I need one. He is not afraid to express himself, physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
Bumzy is a man who knows how to use words. He is a wordsmith who speaks and writes eloquently. Many times I have been floored by his remarkable use of play-on-words, and onamonapea.
I must cut this testimony short now, but I will elaborate more on this unique man. For now, be at peace and stop to smell the roses.
Peace and Love,
Caesar Von Christams