Monday, August 14, 2006

Like I said...

it was a quasi so long. I can be found at now.

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Quasi So Long.

I don't want this to be a big deal but this blog has reached its end. The reasons are selfish and my own and I don't really feel that I can or really need to explain it.

Fear not, I will still be joining JayT on a weekly basis for Real Men Wear Pink so you can find me there and I'll still be reading, commenting, listening to y'all.

I want to say a huge thanks to everyone I've gotten email from, comments from, chatted with, and met through this...experiment. Also special thanks to those who have donated to the blog/podcast, to VJ for the amazing new banner and podcast artwork, and to the person who purchased the domain name,, for me. It is so much appreciated.

Its been great connecting with everyone and please feel free to correspond with me via email or via AIM. Take care, don't forget to VOTE, be yourself, think for yourself, reflect, progress, speak up, speak out, scream, and dream.

Sunday, July 30, 2006

Krebs Cast #47: Trannies and Food

Krebs Cast #47

The title says it all. I discuss my weekend with mom, trannies, and food. Enjoy everyone.

Go check out:
  • Real Men Wear Pink
  • Remarkably Mark
  • Ongline Podcast
  • Cinema Avec Ma Mere

    Today was mostly spent shopping and doing errands while my mom was in town. She's been here many times and has seen everything of note in the city, which is substantial but still limited. Therefore we had a very nice day of reading, talking, cooking, and eating. We also rented some movies.

    Earlier in the day my mother was talking about how my brother's partner designed the set for the previously off-broadway - soon to be on broadway production of "Grey Gardens." Brad had seen the documentary some time ago with a group but I decided to stay in that night. My mother had never seen it and was extremely curious about it.

    We headed over to Premiere Video, one of the most comprehensive video stores my mother has ever seen which is a feat to accomplish since she is a New Yorker and is impressed by almost nothing outside of the city limits save for parts of Europe. We picked up the movie and also TransAmerica.

    TransAmerica was a cute movie, next.

    Grey Gardens was PHENOMENAL!

    Filmed in 1975, its a documentary about two women, a mother and a daughter, living in an old run down mansion in the hamptons named, Grey Gardens. These aren't just ordinary women, they are the aunt and cousin to Jacqueline Lee Bouvier Onassis and once part of New York society. But that is hardly what is extraordinary about them. They have since lost their fortune, lost some of their minds, and are left with only the house, Grey Gardens. The mother and daughter primarily live on the patio of their beach home and in a single bedroom. At one point in the movie one of the many cats living in the house with them is relieving itself behind a portrait of the mother when she was young and bejeweled as a member of the upper echelons of the Hampton set. Her reply to the act, "Well I'm glad somebody is doing what they want around here." As much as their lives appear putrid there is beauty an depth of experience to be had. I can't capture the film in words so all I can say is please rent it and watch it for yourself.

    I found a "remix" of some scenes from the movie on YouTube:

    Saturday, July 29, 2006

    Some closets are still occupied.

    On the drive home from the airport.

    Mom: What's down that street?

    Me: Oh thats where all the gay bars are! Its really close to where we live so when its not so hot Brad and I just walk to them, its great when we're drunk and we don't have to drive. Pretty much thats where we usually go out.

    Mom: Oh it looks like a nice area and its so close to Eatzi's, very nice!

    Later that evening sitting in my living room while playing with new binaural microphones for my iRiver.

    Mom: What do you use that for?

    Me: Nothing. Its nothing. Its just a digital recorder that I have for fun. Its stupid. Its nothing. (I hope she doesn't find my my condensor microphone).

    Friday, July 28, 2006

    Real Men Wear Pink

    Please go and check out a new podcast with me and JayT, Real Men Wear Pink.

    Its going to be a weekly show with our perspective on tech news, world news, celebrity gossip, and whatever else JayT and I decide to discuss. There's also a feature where you get to submit topics for us to discuss on the show but you have to listen to our first episode to find out how.

    So go check out the show, comment on the site Real Men Wear Pink, email us at, and once we get our feed submitted to iTunes we'll put a link for subscriptions.

    In the mean time this This Feed to subscribe in iTunes.

    Thanks to Andy Melton for designing our site and to Bruce in Cleveland for coming up with the name! Greatly appreciated!


    Thursday, July 27, 2006

    365 Days Later...

  • One year ago today I took a stand.

  • The boss that I walked out on one year ago once told me "Pressure makes diamonds." Yeah it does...and I cut her good.

  • Today is my blogoversary. Thanks for a great year everybody. Speaking to you and reading what y'all have to say is my favorite hobby. Thank you so much for reading, listening and participating.

    Enough sappy shit.

  • Gomo Art.


  • Peaches new album is fantastic. Check it out. Thanks for the recommendation Kalvin.


  • I don't remember it being this hot when I was a kid.

  • I think being gay is having an adverse effect on my blog popularity. I'm thinking of playing it straight so I can have more mass appeal. I'm in an extremely stable relationship and all but I think if I were perceived as straight to pre pubescent girls I think I could really make something of myself. If you were in my position you'd do the same thing right? I can always have the gay thing to fall back on if it doesn't work out.
  • Tuesday, July 25, 2006

    Your Thoughts, Your Captions.

    bush sucks