So, I know, it hasn't been a full week since my last video, but as I go back to the land of Dial-up, I wanted to get this up online before I left my high-speed connection for a month.
So I hope I answered everybody's questions to their satisfaction this time around. I think that doing these occasionally is fun, so I may so another in another couple of months. Maybe I should start a form just to ask questions, eh?
Anyways - as always, the soundtrack is provided by penultimate local-nerd rock band To Slay Zombie Newton, and y'know, picking up a copy of Chapter the First makes a great last minute holiday gift. I also insert about five seconds of Danzig's classic "Mother '93" as well, but that barely counts, y'know?
I go back down to Milwaukee tomorrow morning, and I'm only mostly ready. I'm looking forward for the chance to just totally unwind and not worry about things anymore. So, if you're in the Milwaukee area, feel free to give me a call. I'll be around.
Oh, it's so nice to be done with finals... Today is Yule, and I've enjoyed just being able to sit around and do nothing. Most of what I would normally celebrate as Yule I do on the 25th with my family, so really - it's just a day to sit back and revel in life for me.
Thank you for answering my boring and overly long questions.
Incidentally, I would argue that he was also not cool in the in-between period - it was during this point in time that he became a "born again" Christian (hence the satanic comments about Danzig) and played in a Christian band called "Kryst The Conqueror" (which is properly prononouced "Christ the Conqueror") which fused "fantastical Barbarian imagery with Christian messages and themes" (thanks Wikipedia). While I'm all for people doing their own thing, this conduct was just unbecoming of the man who played bass for The Misfits.
See, I know all kinds of useless crap. I was just looking for more opinions on the matter.