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Devious Journal Entry
Ancient Scrolls of Artist Interviews
In a devious time long gone, I interviewed fourteen of my favorite artists.
They were done in the context of promoting super dope artists and their art prints, which they were offering through DA.
At the time I was still quite fresh working on the DA Prints Staff when there was an actual Prints department, doing quality control and promotions on the side.
El Capitan Mr. lllo0o0olll tasked me with this one fine day and I was quite reluctant throughout that period because Jesus Hitler Christ was I socially awkward back then.
But, I got to pick whomever I wanted, so every once in a while I asked artists who I was very fond of a bunch of way over-thought questions.
It started with my by now most eldest distant friend glittersniffer and at some point ended the series on a personal high note with grand-master SRaffa.
There were many a legend in between, make no mistake.
Why I haven't thought of compiling this list until now is beyond me.
SRaffa - https://midnightexigen
Oh, Hello There
Well fuck, so I've been gone for a while, if anyone has noticed Long story short, on November 27th 2016 my parents had an intervention for me about my drinking. They said “go to treatment or find a new place to live”, and because I had no money (and still don't) I had to either go to treatment or find a nice cardboard box somewhere to live. It seemed easier to go to treatment, so I went, despite having tried that back in 2014.
The place I went to was Brighton Center for Recovery which was where I went before. It's a two week program (typically; depending on insurance) and I thought I'd be back home after two weeks with the 8 bucks I had in my wallet for a cheap fifth of vodka. Like I said, I had tried the sober life before and it didn't work. Or rather, I didn't work it. While at Brighton I learned th