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Monday, February 09, 2004  
Johnny's Triumphant Return

Okay, so it's been over a year, so what? Here's the updates:

I'm not with Horse Dork anymore. I stupidly left that last entry running on the drummer's desktop and he got a little -- but not too -- angry at me, but the upshot of that was that the other guys heard him talking to me, came in to see what was up, and read the blogger entries.

So I got out of that deal. I think the real documentary guy stuck around, or they re-hired him or something. I'm really not sure. As far as I know, he's still with them. I should check up on that just out of curiosity.

So in the meantime I've been writing little reviews for local newspapers and things like that. And doing those "other things" that make me money. Screw you.

I did a Tommy Burton interview several months ago, which is the main contact I've had with the 'nikcuS Productions team lately. To be honest, now it's not that I'm not hanging around them to give them a break from me, but because I think it's kind of odd that's there's a thing called 'nikcuS Productions when there's not even a 'nikcuS anymore. Yeah, I know that they've never really been anything real before anyway, but it looks like they'll never record anything again.

Apparently Kevin's not speaking to the other two (Rusty and Noby) or the other two aren't speaking to him--or something. It's unclear to me. I talk to Rusty more than anyone, and he just said something cryptic like, "Ug, I just keep having nightmares about Kevin. I'll talk about it in five years or something." I guess it'll make Produced seem like more of an afterthought than it already was.

As always, I shouldn't be talking about these things on a public blogger.

But at least I can write the definitive 'nikcuS story now and know that it has an ending (if I ever find out what that ending is). Breaking up is hard to do.

I feel happy right now. There are reasons for it, but I don't want to get into them right now. Suffice it to say, I felt happy enough to return to the public with this thing, to resurrect it. I was happy with Horse Dork -- in retrospect... okay, maybe I wasn't, but there were some things that happened to me then that make me happy now as a result. Happy accidents and the like.

Oh, I like this new Lately David record--for a semi-related 'nikcuS Productions note. "Talk About You" is the best song.

I'm done here for now. Perhaps I'll keep writing in this.

2:30 AM

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