ABOUT THE CREW
Abe the Professor: is quite possibly the tallest man on earth. He has to get his clothes specially ordered.
In his own words:
Oakland resident, Mormon born, punk rock raised, resident of all the places no one should live, special education administration is what I do in my real life.
Been in many bands, had a few records out in the world. All are unable to be found. (except that pesky Mur.Der, Nervous System split 7 inch, still have about 200 of those.)
I make art and I sometimes put that art on people’s walls and try to sell it. Check it out, won’t you?
I dislike wrestling but love a good debate. The only liquids I will consume are coffee, water, or alcohol… not necessarily in that order.
Chris Collision: Enjoys drinking coffee.
Other interests include: his rad-ass lady friend, the world’s greatest can opener, a truly great text editor, beer, bikes, hockey, basketball, the politics of liberation, movies and learning to cook vegetarian food.
Rants and raves about hockey at
Takes pictures of his lunch & his bike rides at Pinpointed for Oblivion 2.
Reviews things as Fat Contradiction at Reviewiera
Rants and raves about everything else in person.
Curious Monks: makes between $10k & $100k a year
age: almost 30
local newspaper column,
former archery Olympian (placed 11th at the 2008 Beijing Summer games),
current treasurer of the Mark Paul Gosselaar Official Fan Club; Northwest Chapter
certified member of the Professional Eating Competitors Union of North America (PECUNA).
The Blue Blaze Irregulars
Joshua Shame: Cries lot. Sometimes he doesn’t even know why. He once blended a sandwich with sweet tea and drank it.
In his own words:
Joshua Shame fights for his life in West Oakland and ran for his life from Alabama
sure, he’s drawn some stuff and even written some stuff; but do you really care?
if you do, and you know you do, some of it can be found here www.thesecretlifeofmachines.blogspot.com
he played guitar and sang (and he can sang) in Ghostcat, The Ghost Town 2, and Malibu
These days he’s mostly mad at things but is also scared of them; his hair line is failing him but as long as the hat industry is strong so is his pride.