The Passenger Side

From the vault (July 8, 2000) I don’t like riding on the passenger side ...in fact it was only yesterday when i yelled, BUYING A NEW PAIR OF SHOES CURES EVERYTHING THAT AILS YA... AND STOLY'S WORKS IN A PINCH AS WELL.. though because electricity *is* my bio-functional sombrero, you'll find my lady Macbeth there,… Continue reading The Passenger Side

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HELL, IF YOU LIVED THERE YOU’D BE HOME BY NOW

From the very bottom of your loathsome megalomania to the very top of my spun-shot alphabet and holy rolling grace... I throw y'all some stupid greetings from LIPSTICK CITY and all points in between Cause even the dead wanna be counted (on) once in a while. Life isn't tragic -- lives are tragic -- thank… Continue reading HELL, IF YOU LIVED THERE YOU’D BE HOME BY NOW

Something about Happy Birthday (“Unprofessional?”) + LinkedIn Tunes Out

"Can't You See (I'm Falling Apart)?"  (2016), Oil pastels on paper  Brian John Schaefer Let's put on our sad faces for this turn of events. A friend dropped this on me regarding the attached post. And then it was stricken from the LinkedIn news feed -- just like that. I think I may be marked for… Continue reading Something about Happy Birthday (“Unprofessional?”) + LinkedIn Tunes Out

CONFIDENTIAL: “The Jobs I Remember” (Or: My Real Resume)

  THE JOBS I REMEMBER: BRIAN J. SCHAEFER (THROUGH 47 YEARS, 8 MONTHS AND CHANGE) CLICK for CLASSIFIED MATERIAL - NO RECRUITERS OR LAW ENFORCEMENT SO IT'S BEEN six months since leaving the Associated Press and for the first time in a while -- despite my ultimate goal of being an independent professional a year… Continue reading CONFIDENTIAL: “The Jobs I Remember” (Or: My Real Resume)