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                  • 43 Folders

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                    Video: John Roderick on String Art Owls, Copper Pipe, and Bono's Boss

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                    Long story (not very) short? One night in 2003--after killing it in front of audience of about 30 lucky people in Oakland-- needed a place to crash, and my wife and I were happy to oblige. 

                    So, they drove their Big Stinky Blue Van over the bridge, slept on our floor, and by breakfast the next morning, it'd become clear to me that I'd provided lodging to a man who was not only very盛世棋牌 likely a member of my --he was also one of the smartest bullshit artists I'd ever met. 

                    Almost eight years later, although I don't see him nearly as much as I'd like, I still count the guy as one of my best pals ever.

                    盛世棋牌That's John Roderick. And, I think you need to know about him.

                    John doesn't read this site--he's more of --so I don't risk feeding his astounding excess of dignity by saying he's one of the most gifted writers and bon vivants盛世棋牌 of our generation. He's just the best. In large part because he's congenitally incapable of suffering bullshit.

                    This was never more apparent than the Saturday morning in 2007 when we sat in my back yard and talked about a lot of stuff. Playing guitar, advertising on the web, the evil work of promoters, and why everyone is always trying to shortchange everyone on copper pipe. 

                    盛世棋牌That talking became a four-part interview I ran on the late and occasionally lamented , and, to this day, it's one of my favorite things I've been lucky enough to post to the web.

                    So, y'know how I'm definitely "not for everyone?" Well, John is really "not for everyone."

                    He's opinionated and arrogant and undiplomatic and unironically loves Judas Priest--meaning everyone will find at least one thing not to like about him. Despite being hairy and enjoying laying on your bed, John is not exactly a teddy bear. 

                    But, John's also right a lot. And, he never sands off the edges of his personality or opinions to make you theoretically "like" him. Which, it will come as no surprise to you, is a big reason I love the guy more than a free prime rib dinner. 

                    盛世棋牌So, why the jizzfest about that awful jerk, John Roderick?

                    盛世棋牌Because, as I the other day on the Twitter, in I misattributed a line that should have been credited to John. Which in itself is unimportant, except inasmuch as finding that link to correct the error got me watching our 50-some minutes of chatting again. I also received some at-responses and emails that reminded me how much people enjoyed our chat. 

                    But, really it made me realize how much that rambling morning in my back yard still resonates so much with stuff I care a lot about. Independence. Agency. Directness. And, never apologizing for wanting to get paid. Also, guitars and talkative hippies.

                    So, anyway. John. 

                    盛世棋牌I edited all four parts of the video into one big () movie that should make it way easier to watch at a sitting. Should that interest you. Which it may not. Which, as ever, is totally fine, and kind of the point.

                    But. If you like (and, seriously—God bless you magnificent bastards who helped briefly make B2W [gulp]), I think you'll really like this interview a lot too. I hope so, anyway.

                    盛世棋牌Thus, submitted for your disapproval, permit me to present my four-year-old visit with the acerbic, opinionated, and reportedly unlikeable bullshit artist whom I respect and adore more than just about anybody. 

                    Meet Hotrod.

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