Sunday, July 26, 2009

The Tao of Sully

On Samsara...

Samsara...great turning wheel of inculcated reactions. Over the corse of your soul, you pick up habits. That's the theory, of course.

For the Mouthbreathers: “Like a billiard ball hitting another billiard ball. While nothing physical transfers, the speed and direction of the second ball relate directly to the first." This means the previous life has just as much impact on the new life."
-most likely from buddha101.com

My Samsara...sheeeesh. I've began to notice them, allow them to speak their mind...and I ask them to leave kindly. Since they are emotions, ideas & concepts, I reason they'll find new homes quickly once rejoined to their source. Nonetheless, I've taken time to review and identify what could be Samsara in This Eric's Life.

It is a bit on the "butterflies-in-the-stomach" department in some respects. When you see your most basic reactions to adverse situations. When you catalog your lesser qualities. When you actually have a talk with your very own ShadowSelf without the summoning ingredients of alcohol & self-loathing.

I recently made the statement to a longtime friend...that when we get completely hammered & alone, it's as if we're grabbing our ShadowSelf by the shoulders, shaking it awake and screaming at it, "Wake Up and Play, F#$#@r!!!" It's true...I once spent 12 months in a bottle of Jamesons. I spilled my soul because it had to follow.... I literally tore my body inside-out with the alcohol & self-loathing.

But when one reached these conclusions in sobriety (or in my case, a slight Lite buzz), then the emphasis shifts from loathing to loving...negative energy can be converted into Insight...Into Wisdom! I found a sense of Spiritual Alchemy! Huzzah!!!

I have Five Fingers on One Hand...I can identify (at least!) Five Samsaras that bind me to this Mortal Coil...
I have an agitated mind.
I have the ability to take advantage of the people around me.
I have the potential to unleash rage in any situation, regardless of setting.
I have Ridiculously Bad Personal Financial skills.
And I Love to Have a Good Time All The Time...this last one I'm gonna keep until my antipenultimate life, OK?

When this Mind/Body/Spirit Aggregate comes to its natural end, I really do pray that I can lessen my future burden by coming to terms with these Samsara now in this Space/Time...someday, when my spirit gets a new Mind/Body Experience, I really want a lot less luggage.

Moksha Ganesha*,
Rev. Sully

Eric O'Sullivan
Boston, MA

*This is my first Sutra...I invite you to say it with me in any situation that you need overcoming. In My Mind's Eye, I see the young Ganesh as my superhero kid sidekick and he'll smash down those obstacles and we'll tackle the Bad Guys as a good Dynamic Duo should...

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

A couple honorable mentions for ya, Sully -

I don't even like Sugar Ray, but come on now...

the relationship between nekkid album ladies and foodstuffs is kind of interesting, to whit, the classic -

No list like this is complete without it!

Monday, July 20, 2009

iRawk...Therefore iPod!!!
Nekkid Ladies Edition!

One cannot get anymore rock and roll than "the nekkid lady".

My next tattoo will have a nekkid lady. A Wickid Neddik Lady...a skeleton. When the opportunity presents itself. Such as with "Fluffy" but that's a story for a yesterday...

I love Nekkid Ladies. And I love 'em on album covers alright. I gotta make the shot...a Ratings Shot...We're Earning our PG-13 Stripes OCHO! There will be lots of boobs in the future...for Doctor Hooey of course. His wife, ActionGrrrrl had a Baby and that just means...the obvious. Boobs. Nursing boobs. A certain kind of public boob. Then walking down the street today from work I see a museum ad...with what??? A Nekkid Lady...Renaissance stuff. Literally...Titian, et al., Rivals of Florence. At last! Boobs in public once again!!! Whew!!!

So in celebration! of the first thing we see in life! I offer to you...iRawk Therefore iPod's Top 5 Nekkid Ladiy Album covers.
One thing though...Honorable Mention to:
Red Hot Chili Peppers "Mother's Milk" and Blind Faith's eponymous album with the controversial cover (Which I noticed when I was about that age on the record rack at Strawberries...so maybe it did it's job? Long Live Rock & Roll??? Are we a cult??? F&*# yeah.) So we art talking about ART not SMUT. OK? Bloody thought police...heh. ^_~ My inner Metal Head wants to freak you out with Guns 'N' Roses original art to "Appetite For Destruction" but I do not want to make you ever have to want to "un-see" something...

The Power Station . This one JUST came up on shuffle. Just to show "motherboxxx"'s intuitive powers but iDigress*...but this album gets here because of hte PG-13Rating and I already spooked everyone mentioning Big Bliack's "Songs About F&*%ing" once, for eye-cathcing animated cover art. Power Station was "Barbarella Cool" to me at that tender age I bought the 45RPM single of ....

Liz Phair "Exile in Guyville" I have a weakness for Liz Phair and this album...you can "bare"ly see "nip" due to purposeful pixillation.

Interlude...I'm actually using the Cover Flow interface to reference album art. I'm a frakkin' tenacious hunter when it comes to album art...it suit OCD nodes in my lower, reptilian brain...

ahhh...Roxy Music's 1974 Country Life. The only cover included in the list that I do not currently own (although I can fix that with a trip to the iTunes Store, eh?).

Pixies "Surfer Rosa". Ummm...I love nekkid ladies and this album covers just makes my point as clear as the one I'm trying to avoid by standing up.

is this Number One really??? Will something come up on shuffle and remind me of a hidden handful? Maybe, maybe not...until then,

Electric Ladyland by Jimi Hendrix
Ummm...'nuff said. And it's honestly the opposite of ANY sensual image of a woman you'll see on the IntrePoop today. Another Guilty pleasure of my Dad's LP collection...this and the Stone's "Sticky FIngers" which had an actual zipper.

Another Honorable Shot Out to the Police "Synchronicity" and and Led Zeppelin III!!! RAWK!!! FIND the Boobs!!!

Barely Nekkid Ladies!
So I was at the iTunes Store just the other day...and as I always do now, I check the Free Stuff. I picked up a PM Yoga Video...it's a 10-minute timed mini-Yoga excersise meant to fit into your busy day...
and I fell for it. I bout 4 more Yoga videos for 99 Cents Each. fascinating.

Just like this but each 10-minutes long...AM Yoga, PM Yoga, Recharge, Stretch, Rhythmic Stretch....I can do one in my 1/2 lunch break!!! I love being in the best shape of my life right now!!! It's awesome!

The Count:
on the road "motherboxxx", my 120GB iPod Classic
10,788 songs
92 videos
133 pictures
8 games
33.6 GB Free Memory Remaining...

Rev. Sully

Eric O'Sullivan
Wandering around Boston, Cambridge, & Somerville, MA...wired in.

motherboxxx art proudly pirated off the IntrePoop but purchased in Final Crisis #5, DC Comics, Jan '09, Morrison, Jones, et al.

*Pete, for real. Wow. I love my iPod. Thank you Eliza & Pete and Aaron. Thank you so much.
I have that ghost of a chance, so I'm fired up for the Wintah Classic. Hopefully, my cousin who works for the Bruin's Wives Foundation will be able to pull the right strings for me.

Saturday, July 18, 2009


July 18, 2009
By Rev. Sully

Send in The Clowns...Mark Yer Calendars
aka: Brewin' Up Trouble at the Green Monstah!!!

The NHL 2009-2010 Schedule has been released upon the World! Pay Heed! But really. One thing lept out at me from the Bruins' regular season: we are opening the season at home for a five-game stand October 1-12, 2009. Usually, the Beantowne Bees open for the West Coast Road Trip to accommodate the Ringling Bros & Barnum and Bailey Circus. The Circus is still coming to town...I hadda RTFM that one; for a sec, I thought the Recession killed the Elephants coming to town as well. The Clowns and the Three Rings will be in the TD Gahh-den for 5 days while the Bruins play two on the road over a weekend. The second thing I noticed was the Olympic Break...once again NHL players will drop their city colors for the hues of their Nation's Flag as the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA commences. The NHL will take a break in the regular season from February 13 until March 3, 2010. A Break such as this though...since we're on track to make the Conference Finals this season could squelch momentum...or what do I know, mebbe we'll stink and this will be the shift we need to get the 8-Spot in the Playoffs.

So...the $2 Question is obvious; am I excited for the Jan. 1, 2010 Winter Classic here in Boston featuring the Bruins vs. Flyers in Fenway Park? Uhhhh...Sure??? You know, it would be better if we were facing off against the Montreal Canadiens...I see that as a missed pass. I think I'd actually be "revved" up if I knew I had a ghost of a chance to actually get in to see it. It should be fun...it is a spectacle. I've enjoyed watching it on TV but to actually go? Although to be in attendance there...I mean it would be interesting but would it be fun? It has almost too much glamour for a real hockey game. It seems to be a Made-For-TV Event, a Stunt. Would it be fun to watch a hockey game? I dunno...I could be wrong though. At least I know the cheapest seats at the Gahh-den are still a great view. But Bang for the Buck? Hmmmm....some of those 3rd base-line box seats are nice but have all the size of a Cooper Mini. I bet if I'm there I'd have a blast.

Finally!!! OK...one of my childhood favorites is going away. The Rock of Boston WBCN 104.1FM will be going away...they used to be really good once but have been playing the same music for the 18 years (it feels like that). Down the Dial at "Mix" 98.5FM will move to 'BCN's old frequency while the Rock goes IntrePoop only. BUT...98.5FM becomes a new Sports station (perhaps called WBZ-FM) and will feature New England Patriots football, which has been on WBCN-FM radio in stereo for about a decade now...BUT Boston Bruins Hockey will now be on FM radio!!! Bruins Hockey moves from AM radio to FM! Now I can finally stop griping about my iPod not having a simple AM/FM tuner and buy one of those FM Tuner plug-ins...so I can listen to Bruins games through my iPod. Maybe even at the game...although I'm too involved getting into hi-jinks with Meathead in the stands. I'll have to pencil in a few of those Lost Evenings with Meathead now...he's gonna be someone's father next month!

Crea shaakti,

Rev. Sully

All Statistic used in this Smoking PUCK are courtesy of NHL Dot Com’s Statistics page. In the words of Doctor Hooey, “RTFM”.

Thursday, July 16, 2009

The Tao of Sully

On Responsibility...

I am the most irresponsible person in the Worlds. Perhaps. I've actually met a few candidates other than myself.

You can actually quantify your responsibility in this Space/Time. This now. This moment.

I Got Two Keys. Sure, I got this year's Dr. Hooey Condo in the checkbook...but my housekeys?
I got two keys. On my keychain. In my bluejeans pocket. Home and work. Wow. I guess I went wickid literal on this one.

I can say it to you...count the number of keys on your keychain. How many do you literally, actually possess.

Is this irresponsibility or enlightenment? Heh. Frakked if I know at this point but I'm still lovin' the ride.

crea shaakti,

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

I think that Montreal would have been a better opponent as our natural rival....but Philly will be a great game too!

Thursday, July 09, 2009

The Comics Gnome POOTS a "Firestorm" of Anticipation for the Blackest Night

Hi y'all! I grew up with Saturday AM Superfriends. Every Saturday AM from Cap't Bob to Candlepin Bpwling, I was there for any new Superfriends. So the programme was nearing the end of its broadcast run when I was pushing pubescence, it introduced a few new characters to the mix and one of them was FIRESTORM THE NUCLEAR MAN. Firestorm was perhaps the last, greatest superhero of the SILVER AGE. There's a Note here about Ages of Comix...I think the Silver Age didn't die in Gwen Stacy's 1973 "SNAP!" instead Professor Zoom's 1980 "SNAP!" (Pssst...here's where I addded, I thought about it and had something more to say ^_~)...I feel as though I lived it and can say, no the Silver Age ended after the FLASH killed his PROFESSOR ZOOM and five/six years later Miller's writing DARK KNIGHT TRIUMPHANT and Moore published WATCHMEN. The Nihilism of the 80's killed the Silver Age...
As Wiki Spake...
...first appeared in Firestorm (vol. 1) #1 (March 1978).[2]
The original Firestorm was distinguished by his integrated dual identity. High school student Ronald Raymond and Nobel Prize-winning physicist Martin Stein were caught in a nuclear accident that allowed them to fuse into the "nuclear man" Firestorm. Due to Stein's being unconscious during the accident, Raymond was prominently in command of the Firestorm form with Stein a voice of reason inside his mind. Banter between the two was a hallmark of their adventures.

Firestorm I say in 1978 was the LAST Silver Age character because of his powers. They had an educational value. If there was a fire, Professor Stein would say to Ronnie, "why don't you convert the bricks of that wall into H20 and douse the flame!"
Wherein Ronnie would say, "Great Idea, Professor!!!" and save orphans.
The End of the Silver Age really started in 1982* when then Pres. Reagan changed policy at the FCC and allowed commercial messages to be included in children's programming. Hence, Strawberry Shortcake, GI JOE, Transformers, He-Man and...a paradigm shift at the SuperFriends. it went from "Superfriends" to the "Super Powers" team in 1984 with the introduction of Firestorm and the oncoming SUPER POWERS Action figures by Kenner! I stole the Green Lantern action figure from my bully's little brother....sad but true...
He lost it in my backyard. I already LOVED Green Lantern so I picked it up...he even asked me if I saw it although he hated me and I lied. So it goes...

Squeeze his legs, his arms would punch. I know...I'ma a Douchbag, I know.

Alas the FIRESTORM legacy endures...this first FIRESTORM was killed in action during a CRISIS...thus the mantle & power was passed to another, a young African-American man but nonetheless Firestorm survived...although Ronnie Raymond, our endearing dumb jock brute half was killed in the line of duty.

Did I tell you I got a Black Lantern Tee Shirt?

it goes ridiculously well with my Skull VANS shoes and my skulls bracelet...Kiwi should have a matching one, I wear my still everyday...but iDigress...

In Brightest Day, In Blackest Night...may I introduce the Evil Zombie,
the Black Lantern Firestorm!!!

Sunday, July 05, 2009


July 5, 2009
By Rev. Sully

Celebrate Independence with Free Agency!!!
aka: Off-Season in Black & Gold, Pt. 1

I hate dropping names. Anyone who works in service to others can attest to this fact. So...with this year's hot bed of talent in the free agent pool, I pretend they are VIPs at Table 8. Thanks for letting me know but everything here is good. We can finally day the same about our Big Bad Bruins. We drop no name here...only People. I do it with cooking, the Bruins do it with Hockey. Nonetheless, both are under the influence of good chefs.
I tune into NHL Dot Com and all I hear are drama stories...best saved for babymamas. WAHHHHH!!!...I don't like Being a Millionaire Here! I hear the Colt of Ottawa wants to Bolt...but is picky & bitchy. Also the Universe of Talent in the NHL gotta keep it real! The Salary Cap will contract in a few years (not contract as in agent-signing...but contract as in opposite of expand). The Elite Salary of 12Mil/Year in 09 could be 7-8Mil/Season by the End of History in 2012.
There is no reference to a Rodeo because of all this Bull$#!&.
The Smoking PUCK usually has lots of HOOPLAH and Rodeo things like funnel cake & carneys but all we have are Rodeo Clowns. I prefer not to talk about it.

The Bruins can't afford much so what we got is what we need, for real. And it's alright. Phil Kessel is the only real concern right now and the Bruins cannot present as a bitch in heat right now...sorry. See, no use getting dramatic over it. He can take a one or two-year deal and then get ready for BIG MONEY after that. He's still wickid young, turning 22 when the season begins so fear thee not!
BUT!!! Mark Recchi signed for a one-year deal to end his career in Boston because he believes in what we have...Recchi is the Standard: get to the net, and get the PUCK on Net with you. he's 41 years old this season. gawd bless him. He was traded to Boston at the deadline and made a difference to a room full of relative kids. One of my favorite moments is after a shirt last regular season, Recchi talking to Young Kessel on the bench, post-shift and Phil's head like a bobble doll as Recchi shares his veteran vision.

Big names. Little Names. All Pieces to a Greater Puzzle. Only in One Moment in Space/Time will the Human Resource Equations of the Coaches & General Managers make sense...and that's in May & June of the Playoffs.
The Beantown Bees aren't in a rebuilding phase...more of a fine-tuning stage. If you don't believe me, then beer on me in the 3rd period (only if you're with me).

Crea shaakti,

Rev. Sully

All Statistic used in this Smoking PUCK are courtesy of NHL Dot Com’s Statistics page. In the words of Doctor Hooey, “RTFM”.
iRawk...Therefore iPod!!!
Freedom from the 3rd Dimension and into the 11th Dimensional Age Edition!

I'm Amazed! I''''''MMMM AMAZED!!! I sing it as a Pixie would...I'm Amazed!
Open Your Heart and Your Body Will Follow...Open Your Ears and your Minds Will Listen. This Sunday AM I'm putting around the Apartment listening to my "least" favorite Deepak Chopra audiobook...and thinking about the Physics specials I've DVR'd off the HDTV. I see it now...11 Dimensions. Little strings in space/time with an extra dimension in which it can oscillate...like invisible spaghetti-ohs in the air, infinitely traversing the length of the Universe. Conduits of The Force...wait a sec. I do not want to lose you...
...Let's start with the biggest audiobook I carry around with me. It's long, it's like my least favorite, thickest & heaviest High School Textbook...I carry a Bag Everywhere. I call it the Bag O'Life. It's like your car's trunk. Seriously. It's not a man purse. If I had a horse it would be my saddle bag. During High School...I had to carry all my books to & fro 'tween home and school. Me Poor Ma actually believed the amount of homework assigned. Heck, mebbe the teachers did assign that much homework as if I gave a crap. Nonetheless...I needed to have the appearance of being dutiful. In One Big Word: Verisimilitude. But all my books, everyday. It really developed these Irish Farmer's Legs I've inherited from the Emerald Isle. I'm used to carrying a lot of books around with me...now they're just hidden in other dimensions. I love audiobooks. They help me think better without the aid of therapist's help.

The Book of Secrets: Unlocking the Hidden Dimensions of Your Life , author Deepak Chopra, read by Daniel Passer.
So...it's my "least" favorite because this Unabridged Version clocks in at 8hr, 40mins; it's broken up into 4 two-hour parts. NONETHELESS! It is perhaps the most worthy of examination. The Abridged Version clocks in over 3hrs and is read by Deepak Himself in that familiar, soothing cadence. This 8+hrs journey is narrated by a whiteguy!!! Yipes! I mean at least I wish we had Peter Sellars doing his best Hindi send-up...but the Unabridged Version really nailed some qualities I have into manageable ideas. Such as the notion of Samsara...a life-trap. An energy that is just you. A Wheel...a never-ending cycle...that is until you strive for Enlightenment. Such as I know some of my samsara; financial irresponsibility, agitated mind, sensual craving...all very human, eh? but to the point where those ideas have control and not the other way around. Is you Ego driving the Cab or is the mind/spirit/body connection? Now I can get that connection to this energy & information...and then CHOOSE to either be comfortable with an inevitable & foregone conclusion...OR CHOOSE some thing new, something different. A new experience. I get it now. Instead of flying into a rage which I'm prone to do, a Samsara! Instead of Rage I choose Other Than My Programming. I still think the same initial idea that gets my rage notion BUT I react not with the Samsara Reflex. I Choose The Other. Heck...I Am The Other.
Now...I get my head around 11 Dimensions and All is Energy & Information. Expanding Consciousness, using the mind's inner radio to tune into higher frequencies, cleansing the door of perception. ALL WITHOUT HALLUCINOGENS! I know...bummer but iDigress...

My iPod "motherboxxx...my steadfast companion...I watch "Sex & The City" or "Cowboy Bebop" during my lunchbreak as I wolf down today's rice & meat dish down with chopsticks, a la Son Goku of Dragonball Z. During worktime, I'm alone & productive for a few hours so to sneak my tunes into my background, I use a small, cubish steel pan (referred to as the 1/6 pan, holds up to 2 liquid qts and built to fit modularly in an open refrigeration top)...and insert my headphones facing towards the rear of the pan and receive simple amplification. I call it "The Ghetto Blastah"...a new Dimension of Sound & Fidelity!

The Philips SBC HL150s
These are the loudest headphones I've been proud enough to own. They were inexpensive! $11.99 at Walgreens! They fold & collapse (therefore making it possible to fit into a metal 1/6 pan). They're also the best non-in-the-ear 'phone I've purchased. I can wear 'em around my neck for simple amplification of my iPod. They really do drown out the rabble. I will replace with the same and they bookend the house headphones, the big-@$$ Philips SHP 2500s with 10' TV cord! & volume toggle! I'm worried about my hearing...these headphones won't help but they also won't destroy any further possible loss due to a speaker being inside my ear. I can hear newer things in Beatles songs...it's Dimension. Frequency...how the string is strummed. They are cheap headphones...don't get me wrong. I already had to care for the headband a bit but they've lasted a few months now. Will replace with the same when the day comes. how morbid. ugh. ^_~

What's in My Shopping Cart???
I still get down to the iTunes Store. I love poking my nose in to see what's Free this Week. Such as Episode 1 of Arrested Development, Season 1.
But that's just the lobby...then I actually go looking for crap. Then it gets dangerous.
I looked for this one song and ended up getting two...you end up like "no way!" after checking the Popularity of other tracks by this obscure artist and find three possible purchases. We only have enough for two; Sophie's Choice. Yuk! No! Not an elegant allegory!!! See...all this enlightenment hooey and at my core I'm still a jerk! ^_~
Nonetheless...by Ian Dury and the Blockheads, New Wave Music Not Forgotten to the Sands in the Hourglass!!!
One goes into Sully Tunes No. 0
"Sex & Drugs & Rock 'n' Roll"

I possess a sliver of a visual clarity in memory. With sound and sunlight. I was in summer camp when I was 12 and I dunno why it came up and I asnwered "Sex & Drugs & Rock 'n' Roll is all my body needs". and this kids quoted me to myself for the rest of the week. The initial vivid memory is his hair in the sunlight and his disbelief at my apparent earnestness. Guess what...I still believe that! Heh!!! I guess that's not the answer one expects at Jesus Camp!!!

and the other goes into the 24 Hour Party Mix
"Reasons To Be Cheerful, part 3"
once you hear it, you'll remember a sound reminiscent of a distant time of 25 cent video arcades and nylon-under-ripped blue jeans, safety pin in ear/nose/lip optional.

I then got "Bookworm"ish!!!
The Art of War by Sun-Tzu, the Ancient Chinese treatise on warfare

I was in the mood for good audiobooks that were spiritual but at the same time not Chopra. I need to not be an acolyte but a fellow traveller. So I noticed this...and I have noticed this as being the #1 Audiobook at hte iTunes Store for WEEKS & WEEKS!!! I contributed to this statistic for 1 hr., 16 min of great Unabridged audiobook for $3.95 at the iTunes Store (I'm quite aware I use Audible Dot Com links). Still is great advice for those who wish to listen. Being at work is like being on a military campaign. Look at it through this dimension...

Also...I get into a Another Dimension. On Saturday Mornings, I find myself in hermits' solitude faced with 8AM and the Independent Film Channel's Saturday AM Samurai Movies. I'm usually up at 4AM on a weekday so 8AM is sleeping-in. I brew coffee and hunker down and remember...SAMURAI MOVIES ON IFC!!! OCHO's very own "El Post" has caught me crying to them. Yes it's true...I love Movies.
Recently, the "Samurai Trilogy" ran in sequence and I was lucky enough to see all three in a row, three Saturdays in a row! Talk about Saturday Morning Cartoons for Adults!!! The Samurai Trilogy tells the amazing tale of Miyamoto Musashi, the Samurai who overcame Himself to become the Greatest of His Space/Time.
And at the same time I bought the Art of War, I looked for any Samurai texts read into a microphone...and I found this:

The Book of Five Rings by Miyamoto Musashi

And I took my own advice...I'm a child of the Video Age. FRAK THAT! the 1st Generation! I am the Prototype! So I've been thinking...all these 80's/New Wave singles I purchase from the iTunes Stores...why don't I spend the $1 more and buy the video as well. The Song Plays in my Playlists!!! I don't have aHa's "Take On Me" in my quasi-award winning New Wave Playlist but when I buy it, it deserves me picking up the video.
So when I got in teh mood to hear some of those George Harrison songs of the late 1980s, I couldn't avoid the supergroup "The Travelling Wilburys". So I bought the videos to "End of the Line" and "Handle With Care" for $1.99/each from the iTunes Store for the Shitengiggle....


Why the Videos??? I'm a Teen of the 80s! And there are more to come...I still get giddy. I'm still in love with my iPod after all this time. The Great Gadget...smaller than the size of my high school cassette walkman. It's a Whole New Dimension of Personal Entertainment...

The Count:
# on the road "motherboxxx", my 120GB iPod Classic
10,716 songs
87 videos
133 pictures
8 games
34.8 GB Free Memory Remaining...

Crea Shaakti,
Rev. Sully

Eric O'Sullivan
Wandering around Boston, Cambridge, & Somerville, MA...wired in.

*motherboxxx art proudly pirated off the IntrePoop but purchased in Final Crisis #5, DC Comics, Jan '09, Morrison, Jones, et al.