Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Solitude

Enjoying the sounds of silence
succumbed to my hearts defiance
there is way too much reliance
taking shelter without a license

Monday, August 15, 2011

Remember Fender Get's Internet Release





Remember Fender finally goes live onto the world wide web. Make sure you check it out and leave us any critique, thoughts or questions you have. Cheers.



Remember Fender from Dean Marando on Vimeo.


The Sum Of A Man

You may dine at five star restaurants, fly first class. You may have a healthy wage, a car to boot. You may have seen Rome and it's Colosseum, flown the coup. You may wake to sun, and sleep to silence.You may adventure in life's playground, having the dust settle long after your gone. You may conquer your burdens, by being free. Are these the sum of a man?

Giving without gift, respect for a stranger, healthy in spirit, expanding your mind, loving the loveless, enduring hurt, learning without knowing it all, opening your heart to the wonder of all, selfless in your pursuit to happiness, Are these the sum of a man?

Monday, August 8, 2011

Amity Volume 1

Vanity was a thing she could do without. She could also live without the innuendo and competitiveness. On top of her social insecurities, living at home with her Father was taking it's toll. New to the thirties she would often state to the few acquaintances she kept, that she felt like all she achieved was hindered by the fact she was still a daughter in her Fathers house.

Success found Amity at the tender age of nine. She was what some would say a child genius. By the media, Amity was known simply as 'Majestic Amy' a name she despised not for the Majestic part but the latter. She often hated when others felt the need to shorten names and nicknames could only be used by people who shared a childhood with the persons in subject.

Laddy was a boy whom to quote the lovely Amy "was just somebody she used to know" In fact Laddy was her childhood companion, the boy down the road, who used to walk with her to school,  who used to share paddle pop sticks while sitting on the curb watching wheels of cars go by, who used to go down to the lake and literally create magic. Laddy was in fact a nickname for Lawrence, not a common nickname nor for that fact in the case of Lawrence it was something she especially donned for him.

The memories she kept with her and only her, accounts of there childhood together came from the occasional bully or school mate they'd cross paths with. With only her Father to report to, who usually was out making a living for Amity and himself, She grew up pretty quickly, a little lady of sorts. Her childhood would come to an abrupt end eventually.

It was on one of those adventures out by the lake that young Laddy lost his life. The local police to this day could not definitively prove the events of that balmy evening on January 1989. It's been said by local folk that Amity drowned Laddy but the police's reports state otherwise

Friday, August 5, 2011

The Spy Outside My Window

had a case of 'Rear Window on 11th December 2009 '... guy outside my house, stalking someone. Tinted Windows, 2 fingers hanging out the window...a smoker, interesting phone convo's, and parked under a massive tree!

im now equipped with camera, binoculars, water and some tasty chips -forget working


doesn't everyone want to be a spy?


he has been and gone 3 times today.


he got out went to the other side of the car rested his arms and his head in them. 2 mins later walked back around to the drivers side and zipped up.


he took a piss. he left as a red car approached the owners of where he was parking.
the car gone, only the pee stain remained.

he has green long shorts, white singlet and hat.


got the registration.


he listened to SEN radio...i swore i heard Anthony Hudson


had his phone on speaker and it could be heard from my backyard.


"the guy i followed, when i found him, he was hiding in the bushes"
he had a slight accent