Oh my goodness and my gracious: there is so much going on. I am getting dizzy, and would like one of the servants to pour a mercury-based elixir in my ear!
It’s exhausting. Can I get real with you?
Well, I’m gonna. For the rest of this paragraph, assume I am speaking to you while seated in a chair backwards.
I actually do feel the tiniest bit of responsibility towards the Enthusiasts in at least mentioning what’s going on in Deadworld, and as up-to-date as possible.
I just wanted to leave a little room in between the sincerity and the normal guy, who re-took the reins at the beginning of this sentence.
Ah. So: the imagined and slight pressure you have decided to choose to partake in: this is overwhelming you?
You are not John Henry.
My motor idles at a lower RPM than, say, Elon Musk, sure.
Was all of this leading to something?
Yes: there’s a bunch of articles and whatnot to link to or mention.
You could have just done that.
But how would everyone know how much I resented them for having to do it unless I talked to myself for 200 words before getting to it?
Please just do something constructive.
Here ya go:
This is Bravo TV’s Andy Cohen on his road trip to the Santa Clara shows with Young John Mayer, and it’s a well-written article and approaches the whole thing from the gay perspective, which is an almost-entirely untold story of Deadworld and one that’s interesting, I’d bet.
There are also lovely photos, one of which is of Young John Mayer’s van, Young Van Mayer. I will mock this vehicle in the weeks to come.
VICE weighed in on the Chicago shows in the timely fashion that they’re known for. The author is in his 20’s and all the pictures were run through Deep Dream, so if you can make it more than three paragraphs in, then you are a better man than I, Gunga Din.
(It’s quite enough with Deep Dream. It’s not a “computer dreaming,” maaaaaaan. It’s a shitty filter that draws dogs on everything.)
This is an interview that Young John Mayer did about Dead & Company. He apparently did this interview with a John Mayer forum, which is a lot like the Frost/Nixon interviews, or for you Euro-hipsters, Orianna Falacci chatting with the Ayatollah.
I have not read the whole thing, or any of it. It is on the list.
Bobby sits down with Dan Rather tonight on something called AXSTV, which is just random letters. Is it a channel? What channel? 137-and-a-half? Is it UHF? Is it AXSTV.com and it’s one of those Huff Post deals where they pretend it’s a TV show, but they only show i on the innertubes? Do I have to get a taxi to JFK and watch it on the little screen in the back?
And if you’re looking for the source of this “21 shows” rumor, then here’s good ol’ Grateful Dean. Grains of salt at your own discretion.