welcome back, isamizdat.

Watch on

“the herb garden” - hallucinogen

from mystery of the yeti 2


thine oak.

this piece goes out to everyone who helped me in large & small ways with regards to my most recent large endeavor. from encouragement & “liking” to advice and other forms of support, it all helped. and–i got the job. this is a big deal. i’ll now be using my degree, making better cheddar, more involved in the community in which i live, and my office is an easy walk from my apartment.

thank you.




king tubby- ‘soundbuy massacre.’

for isamzidat, currently missing in action but not forgotten.
semper nihil, brother. 

otherworld, soon to be a kvlt marx fable.

heksenhaus answered your question: gen-x help

i do remember! it was ‘otherworld,’ i think.

yay!!! thank you!!!

it was otherworld.

and complete episodes (all 8 of them) can be found here.

i still randomly get the theme song stuck in my head (i engaged in the not-difficult task of figuring it out on the piano, back then).

effusionofbiopower replied to your post: gen-x help

i’ve never seen it, but i feel like you, me, heksenhaus & digpig should all team up to re-write it….

originally, i was going to flippantly agree and laugh it off.

and then i started thinking about it seriously.

i’m having quite nefarious notions regarding this idea.

we’ll need further assistance, as well, namely from aghostinthelatrine & isamizdat, if everyone’s game.

isamizdat replied to your post:xo-skeleton replied to your post: Half a meter…

Uh, what? Canada here. Currently measuring the snow drifts in meters and temperature in -40 C wind chills. West coast, Prairies, and Maritimes all got walloped with cold and snow this week.

That sounds more like it. Solidarity. xo-skeleton no doubt lives in some shimmering mirage weather-haven with palm trees and stuff! 

isamizdat replied to your post: tech

I have not taken advantage but Rushkoff keeps plugging courses like these: (maybe too basic though?)

third time codecademy has come up. shall be going in that direction first. plus the raspberry pi manual. basic is good, as the last time i did any programming was in BASIC. rushkoff is the reason i’d been toying with the idea of learning to code a bit. just needed something a little more personal & specific for the motivation. thanks! (and thanks to the others who’ve replied.)