This is Geistlist. Words about corporeal things.
My friend Jason Stauffer called me yesterday to talk about and induct me into a newsletter/blog that is open to anyone but you have to have a 1-hour phone call with Jason to read it, because the next post is about your call. More to come on that probably later. He writes those blog posts that show up in Google.
I was invited to tour Open VCR Night to the JFK assassination-themed Bushwick weed shop & bar. Saunter by 7 to 10pm tonight, I found Knockoff Snow White and Knockoff Beauty and the Beast (also featuring Don Quixote + Noah’s Ark) when I swung by Blue Door DVD last week.
184 Noll St.
Or a gas mask hospital that kills/revives you. Or a Forced Catharsis clinical center. Shadow Traffic is hosting an infosession on 2023’s impending Lost Horizons Night Market. You don’t need to build a box but you should come here to know things about a secret public happening.
370 Metropolitan Ave.
You will not find me. I will become art. It is the illicit sequel to working out there.
The post-PAUSE restoration of our post-Vietnam restaging of NYC’s preeminent public transit beauty pageant. Now live from Coney Island’s Freak Bar Theater with a jury featuring New York Nico & Greg “one of the Bowery Boys” Young. Emceed by reigning Miss Coney Island, Maggie McMuffin. My favorite contestant of all time was 2018’s Charli Battersby, who coded up MTA: Molemen Tunnel Adventure, a role-playing subway adventure. Sadly it is offline but I will be emailing her posthaste.
IDs will be checked.
Joseph Morris makes emotive machines, and one is currently hanging under the anchorage. There’s a little closing hangout next Thursday.
Everyone is mad about this or something. I’m mad that my cool friend Jaafar who I invited got the really cool photo (on the couch flashing peace).
I’m super late to pick up a VCR now but likely going to be another issue in quick succession, this month. Talking points may include
Sorry for all typos, will issue some form of fiat security or commodity to the first to report each via fax to (848) 800-2666.