Monday, July 30, 2018

Final notebook drawing of July 2018

Thursday, July 26, 2018

moron fucking moron

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Trump's star destroyed

The orange pile of shit's star on Hollywood Blvd. has been destroyed. The guy who did this should get some kind of medal.

Oddball Magazine

New Oddball post. Check it out at this link

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

notebook drawing mixed July 2018

Monday, July 23, 2018

Two new noteboook drawings July 2018

Sunday, July 22, 2018

Private Romeo 2011

Set in the McKinley Military Academy during a recess of some kind, this intimate and moving adaptation of Romeo and Juliet stars a young and vibrant all male cast playing all the parts both male and female. Why these 8 cadets are the only ones left at the school is never mentioned, maybe its punishment for some infractions, but as I said it’s never mentioned.  It begins with a class reading the play with the young cadets casually and jokingly playing the roles when suddenly and seriously they become the characters of the play acting out their parts with determination and dedication to the text and language of the play which is early modern English and is sometimes difficult to follow.  This back and forth might take some people off guard and cause confusion but it soon became apparent what the filmmakers were getting at. I’m not a big Shakespeare fan but I was taken with this toss up of the play featuring a very sexy group of handsome young men playing around. This is a jolt of course seeing this very erotic, gay and sexy take on the classic young love romance with two men, well really boys playing Romeo and Juliet. There are a lot of vibrant sexual toss-ups and red-hot homoerotica and one is of course reminded that in Shakespeare’s day men played all female roles.  There is no cross dressing, just the taking of the female roles by the young cadets and we get all the intrigue and sadness that is in the original play. There are some changes made by the director Alan Brown besides the sex changes that includes (spoiler alert) a happy ending. Most of the cast have strong theatre backgrounds and this training comes in handy and serves them well for this very strenuous and complex take on R & J.   Standouts include Seth Numrich as Romeo, Matt Doyle as Juliet and Hale Appleman as Mercutio and Lord Capulet who by the way is brilliant. Shakespeare has an elastic history, just look at the many different interpretations and versions of his plays that have traveled across the centuries including a little musical called “West Side Story”.  The end credits feature Matt Doyle singing a beautiful version of “You Made Me Love You” as the credits roll and a frisky Seth Numrich as his Romeo briefly spins and jumps for joy. If this doesn’t bring a smile to your face, and a swoon to your body I don’t know what will. 

Friday, July 20, 2018

Hannah Weiner

Charles Bernstein just published this long post on my take on the poet Hannah Weiner who I knew quite well in the early 70's. He uses my poster that I did for her saturday afternoon show at max's which was never used. Nice piece.

Thursday, July 19, 2018

The fat ugly pile of shit. Guess who

Wednesday, July 18, 2018


portrait of me done by my friend the wonderful artist Joe Radoccia for his exhibition upstate New York. He did it from a photo of me that he took, and it is very large. Its part of his series of "gay elders" I'm pleased and honored to be part of the series by my wonderful friend and artist.

post that got me blocked from facebook

this is the "terrible" post that facebook thought went against their community standards and blocked me for a month. Still have like 12 days in prison. How about what the orange pile of shit goes against, how about his damage to our standards and our country. The fat tub of shit, hate his fucking guts.

"the trump cracker rednecks are all up in arms because they realize there leader's days are numbered. the racists are scum like their president. go find a trump page why are you even here ruskie trolls."

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Three more mixed works on notebook paper July 2018

Open Treason

Monday, July 16, 2018

Dan Rather on the criminal traitor

I will not minimize the gravity of what happened today. I don't need to. Terms like "Treason" and "Conspiracy" and "Impeachment" and "Blackmail" are now firmly in the mainstream parlance of even Beltway insiders. It's about time. To all of them I ask: who is really surprised by the shameful spectacle we witnessed? President Trump has been nothing if not consistent about his willingness to obsequiously kowtow to a murderous autocrat who is actively attacking the United States. And at the same time, he is attacking our democratic institutions and undermining the very Constitution he has sworn to uphold.
The reasons for his display of fealty to Putin will, I believe, inevitably be revealed. In the meantime, amidst all these charred embers of American moral leadership, I remained convinced that this will not stand. This will not be who we become, as a country or a people. President Trump clearly does not represent where the vast majority of Americans want to be, the inflated huzzahs of his dead-end supporters notwithstanding.
This is a moment of clarity. There is no more denying who President Trump is. The question is who are each of us? And this will be the question going forward for anyone who has offered this administration support and excuses. I know many of you have seen this clarity for far too long and worry that another red line has been crossed with no repercussions. I understand the desperate frustration. But to all of you I say, pressure builds cumulatively. Republicans are now searching for bearings in a political tornado. Many more know what is really at stake than are letting on. They have a choice: their country or cowardice.
To those who see themselves in resistance, this is not a time for self-doubt. The moral imperative, the political imperative, the patriotic imperative is to organize a stinging judgement at the ballot box that will echo throughout history. The stakes are perilously high, but don't underestimate the power of justice.

Resign or die one or the other you pile of shit


Saturday, July 14, 2018

monster, criminal, traitor, fake president, pile of shit

Friday, July 13, 2018

Three mixed pieces on paper July 2018

Thursday, July 12, 2018

Found my 5th Grade Class Photo from 1957

I'm in the 2nd row from the right, 4th seat. I haven't changed much.

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

horror of the day. a trump supporter

Get a load of this freak.

Monday, July 09, 2018

another horror

Still blocked by facebook for my well deserved hate posts for the orange pile of shit. So I have to get some of my anger out here. This is Trey Gowdy a corrupt pile of shit, a defender of trump and an attack dog for the far right. He led the fake Benghazi investigation against Clinton, meanwhile taking money from a ruskie pac.His mission lately has been to attack the Mueller investigation. Oh and just look at that hideous face of his, he gives McConnell a race for the ugliest shit head in congress. Another face that not even a mother could love. He looks like a sweaty alien from outer space. The pile of shit is retiring so lets hope we've seen the last of this one.

the horror.

From the death of one of the most beautiful men ever to this ugly ugly pile of shit that still walks this earth. A big closet queen, discharged from the army on sodomy charges that were later covered up. A face not even a mother could love, and evil through and through. Hound this bastard to his dying day.

Tab Hunter 1931-2018

He might have been the most beautiful actor in the history of cinema. My youth my youth. And Donald Trump still walks this earth. Unfair

Friday, July 06, 2018

Botanical summer 2018 mixed

Thursday, July 05, 2018

Some recent photographs

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