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
REFURBISHING MY MIND The Walking Catastrophe...isn't really a podcast -- though I'm not even sure what constitutes a podcast and frankly, I don't cast any aspersions when sheep die in my sleep either -- but it's more of an extra-crispy swan dive when things behind the wheel grow much bigger than things usually do… Continue reading My Podcast
"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
I am something asunder, where the applause of a silent sing-along, is given its due time being stood up like a tomato plant, driven down straight, dead, and true. So as I mentioned earlier. I am different now. (IT WAS NOTHING SPECIAL) From here to here. And there. And some... somewhere, beneath the what, the… Continue reading Monday, on Line 4
"I’ll tell you why. In short, they’ve all been cheated. Dealt a lousy hand. Screwed over through no apparent fault of their own. And they don’t just feel it. It’s part of their marrow now. It’s something that will never go away..."
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)