In This Issue: Grandfather Clock
Chieftain Murdoch was once like what one would call an average citizen. He enjoyed long walks on the beach, the smell of coffee on Christmas morning, and evening escapades to pubs and whatnot. It was shortly after an incident of terrible tragedy when he found himself having gone insane resulting from persistently staring into a stereogram in an attempt to see the lofty hot air balloons all his "supposed" friends informed him would be so worth his while. Now he sits around, preferably in his leather folding chair he found at a garage sale (FOR FREE!), contemplating why borogoves were ever mimsy in the first place. Called a reclusive scrooge by most, and now having lost the ability to speak what one would call an interpretable language, he has no more friends, and prefers the life of solitude. Woe is the Chieftain Murdoch.
In This Issue: Recovery From Lies
EL Parker adores faux fur, a good martini, and anything periwinkle. After touring with rock band Under the Blue (and ending things with long time sweetheart Paul Sappa, guitarist of UTB) she decided to move to Boulder, CO and live the simple life. She is currently letting her hair down and gettin' down with the get down.
Jones The Bear
In This Issue: Nervous
Jones the Bear rarely wears socks and thrives in her ability to make decisions. She misses the days of leaving voicemails, sending letters, and practicing the craft of true penmanship. She is currently in a moderately serious relationship with Joni Mitchell, so hands off.
In This Issue: Voices Recovered
Some people will wiggle into a pair of Walgreens tights and leap off a skyscraper to make a difference. I prefer a digital camera. But I like to date those people. I've always believed that diversity breeds change.
In This Issue: 12 Things I Hate About U.S. Health Care
Lease on life renewal dates coming up. Grab them while they're hot!
In This Issue: The Sign
Nune is a student who resides in Colorado with exceptional ability to create masterpieces in the genre of indie hip hop. Nune began his vocation as a music producer at the launch of 2006. Learning to use complex software from some of hip hop's finest producers was a bit of a challenge, but with time and effort, he has been perfecting his craft and creating timeless classics and anthems for hip hop heads around. Since then, he has produced his instrumental debut album entitled "The World Without Time." Filled with breathtaking soundscapes and excellent sample usage, this album gives the listener a surreal dreamlike feeling. The listener can use his/her imagination to fill in a story to each unique, exclusive piece. This album is filled with whimsical instrumentation, and is very easy listening for a debut album. As a producer, Nune uses a variety of methods to have each track sound distinct and one of a kind. Since the inauguration of his career, Nune has developed highly as a producer and will continue to increase his knowledge of audio engineering. He is currently working on another album entitled "The Humble Druid LP." This album offers a more emotional, near flawless sound, with rich drum patterns, skillful turntable usage, and will have the listeners bobbing heads throughout. An eclectic piece of work, a proper dosage of time gives this album a label as a solid platform for Nune to cultivate as one of the most known unknowns.
Ray D. O'Voz
In This Issue: What He Said
Ray first started working in broadcasting at a 5000-watt radio station in Fresno, California. He was a little boy with a big dream. He went on to work at WKRP in Cincinnati, where he first learned that turkeys cannot fly and that Dr. Johnny Fever wasn't a real doctor. Ray is all ears.
In This Issue: Interview with Marilyn Krysl
Life is a journey where I reside in the dirt and the sky of this unexplainable world of wonders with its sorrow, love, hate, grudge, and tears and I take it for what it is. I try to change it. But I learned to love. I live to laugh, I laugh to make those moments most memorable.