Friday April 19, 2019

Luck In Life

Fortune swings both good and bad. We take the hard knocks with triumph and the glories with humility. Luck is Life.

Gordy Grundy Burn

My upcoming art show is getting some great media attention, but I think the coolest is the Cut-Foot Hotline. It is very old school, in all the best ways. Imagine a telephone with a rotary dial. When calling (310) CUT-FOOT, you will get a daily recording of what is happening on the Eastside of Los Angeles, generally Downtown, Echo Park, Silverlake and East Hollywood. It lists mostly bands, local concerts and art openings. The performance is stellar. Artist Anthony Ausgang plays it to perfection as the fast-talking, smooth gliding announcer. His words make beautiful low brow poetry. The artist has been maintaining this hotline with dedication for many, many years. I can’t wait for Friday the 13th to catch the listing! More Info, CLICK HERE.

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It is very hard to get a liquor sponsor these days. In this economy, it is an impossibility. Even if you get something less than stellar, such as a Senor Tito Toro Tequila, ya gotta be grateful for your amazing luck.

We just got lucky twice. The art show BURN will feature a fine liquor and it is top of the line. It is with great pleasure to announce that Bombay Sapphire Gin will pour their ambrosia alongside their new Bombay Sapphire East Gin.

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The driver of the white truck flipped off the road. His landing was very lucky… How lucky? Read More

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“…to remind himself that Fortuna is a wily one. She swings both ways. Life never stays bad…”

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Artist Muk McKaylee says, “Today is the first day of the New Age of Aquarius, the Modern Era of Marvel and the Revolution of Reason. The doors have been unlocked!”

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“What would you do? You are invested financially in a new company, a wildly innovative new venture. Your job is to manage the operation. You have designed the logo and written the manual for the product. You have drafted the contracts. You are the go-to guy with plenty of practical experience. This is in contrast to your two partners who are twenty years your junior. Your main job is to act as referee between the arguing two…”

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