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I am also in the process of uploading all of my past albums for purchase:)

Hey there!

I just want to say welcome back and will try to check out the new stuff as time permits! Good to see you still kicking!


Forum Member Projects News and Promotion / Re: Your music?
« on: August 07, 2014, 03:25:24 PM »
Here's a link to my music:)


I just wanted to add that I have put up 3 free ambient tracks for download at my band camp page:
In Memory Echoes
The Future Approaching

and also I am slowly uploading my previous albums to band camp.
So please check it out and enjoy:)

Hi there,
After life got in the way, I am proud to announce my newest release, Floating White Abyss.
You can check it out over at bandcamp:

so head on over there and check it out.

The link isn't working David :-(

just get rid of the period at the end of the

Everything and Nothing / Re: Does this woman want me to ask her out?
« on: April 20, 2014, 06:38:48 PM »
Just causally ask her if she wants to go get some coffee at a local coffee shop and see how it goes from there...)

This is why I wish whomever within the government quit padding the numbers on unemployment, etc.....
They are telling us, the public that it is all peachy and rainbows, well, I call their bullshit.....
people are still looking for jobs. most have given up now and are economy is still pretty bad.....
whoever these government people are telling us that everything is looking up seriously need to take off their rose colored glasses and see the truth...
My girlfriend is still looking for a job here in Texas and supposedly they say Texas has the most job growth....
where oh where is the jobs then....:)

I wish you the best of luck man..

Art and Literature, Movies and TV / Re: Now Reading, pt 2
« on: June 08, 2013, 08:40:17 AM »
I just recently finished this book too and I thought it was good to read for action, suspense, etc.....definitely up there with his other Robert Langdon novels, but this one at the end, let's just say the game has now changed for this series of Robert Langdon books:)

Inferno by Dan Brown
This story stays pretty close to the Dan Brown mold: The main character, a Harvard professor, uses his vast knowledge of art history to save humanity from extinction. There is a young, pretty woman; codes to be broken; apocalyptic scares; many chase scenes; and plenty of plot twists. The book is getting slammed pretty hard by the critics. But, I don't need everything to hang together perfectly or be highly original when I'm reading for entertainment.

Everything and Nothing / Re: I Hate My Job
« on: January 31, 2013, 02:25:53 PM »
when your job sucks the living creativity out of you due to educated idiots that you have to hold their hand on every little thing, including technology that by the time you get home, you feel like a damn zombie....
I mean...literally, they call you 1 minute before class or something, saying the computer is broken and you go take a look at it, and you politely tell them the power was turned off and you push the power button and like magic, bazinga....the computer works:)

Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: RIP Pete Namlook
« on: November 15, 2012, 11:28:03 AM »
Wow...very sad news indeed....I too really did not know the guy, but I have heard some of his music....will be missed along with his music...

I think one of these days when teleport devices are made, then we wouldn't have to worry about mailing such things out, we can just zap the cd's, etc to someone right after ordering with in seconds:)

Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Stephen Phillips
« on: August 24, 2012, 05:23:51 PM » does get in the way of things, I know that really Fact, I do apologize, I haven't been around much musically in the last 2 years, but I just finished up writing my Sci-fi novel, Alien Tears..but I am currently working with my guitar player again and we are creating a new album together hopefully maybe:) be done by Christmas.....

Everything and Nothing / Re: recommended AV receivers ??
« on: July 13, 2012, 07:27:57 AM »
Hi there,
let me throw another brand out there for you....: Integra recievers:

I have one of these bad boys and man...these recievers will rock your world...I have had mine for over 3 years or so and still awesome...

Art and Literature, Movies and TV / Re: For the Sci-Fi book lovers
« on: July 06, 2012, 03:30:13 PM »
Sneak Peak at Alien Tears:


A deserted highway near Artesia, NM

The night air is warm as the red, Ford Mustang travels north on route 285 of Artesia, New Mexico with the driver's side window down. Glancing down at the passenger seat filled with a box of papers, the woman gives a small sigh at the thought of the many hours spent getting dispositions, but knows this means good money for later when she and her husband want to buy a house of their own and even start a family. The thought of being a family, even having a kid makes her laugh to herself as she looks back at the road. Thinking of her husband, she probably should let him know that she is going to be late yet again as she glances down at her cell phone sitting in the console in between the seats. Grabbing the cell phone from in between the console, she quickly glances back up at the road before dialing a number into her cell phone.

“Hi, honey. I am just north of Artesia,” she pauses waiting for her husband’s response.  “Yeah, the disposition took longer than I thought and I should be home soon. I love you.” She presses end on the cell phone.

Laying the cell phone down on the passenger seat next to the box of papers, she glances up to the road and then quickly glances down to the radio as she tunes the radio to find another station. Looking up from the radio, she notices a dark triangular shape in front of her vehicle causing her to swerve into a sand bank in the ditch. The force throws the woman forward, hitting the steering wheel causing the sound of the horn to pierce the night air. Gently leaning back; thus stopping the sound of the horn, she touches her cut forehead.  The woman wipes the sweat off her forehead with the back of her hand mixed with blood.

“What the hell!”

Looking through the driver’s side window, she sees a large black triangular spaceship hovering an inch over the middle of the highway. The front of it is a triangular nose that flattens out on the bottom all the way to the back of the craft until it makes a sharp forty five degree angle like a triangle then comes straight up vertically. Looking at it from the front, one sees the sharp triangular shaped nose that curves slowly backwards towards the back of the craft and then makes a forty five degree angle downwards towards a vertical flat back that has black exhaust cones behind a silver grill.  Like a zipper is being undone from underneath the craft, a portal opens up; parting down the middle as small black steps that seem to meld with the craft itself lowers downward to the road.  Raising her hands to her eyes as the object emits a bright, white light shining from the open door of the craft; she realizes what is in the road as the glare of the white light emanating from inside the craft illuminates it. As her eyes adjust to the light, she gazes into it and sees a tall, dark figure, her mind finally comprehending of what she is seeing in the middle of the road. She opens her mouth to yell out, but the woman is paralyzed with fear.  She can’t speak or shout, her knuckles turning white from gripping the steering wheel so tightly. Turning to the door of the vehicle, she engages the electronic locks of the car. The tall figure walks toward the car, stopping directly in front of the driver’s side door. The tall figure brings up his hand and points a black square device at the car. The woman flinches as the vehicle door's locks pop up. The woman pushes the electronic lock button, but the locks will not re-engage again. Whimpering, the woman looks around the interior of the car for a weapon as the figure walks closer to the driver's side door and opens it. She starts screaming and tries to climb into the back seat. The figure grabs her arm and sticks her with a small needle as she starts to calm down. The figure reaches out its hand as the woman takes it. Guiding her out of her vehicle, the figure guides her into the spaceship.

Art and Literature, Movies and TV / For the Sci-Fi book lovers
« on: July 05, 2012, 03:32:47 PM »
They arrived many centuries ago, wanting only to help us.

Mark is an average, if not even a little bit nerdy, teenage boy.  He does well in school, does extracurricular activities, has a good relationship with his parents.  Quiet and uneventful was the name of the game when it came to his life.  That was enough for him to be content for now.  That all changed the day that Tonya walked through his classroom door.  The minute he saw her, he knew his life would be different forever.  At the time he had no idea how different it would be.  There was no way he could have ever prepared for the changes that followed her entrance into his content life.

Today, Agent John Atash is filled with questions. What is the mystery of Christie's son Steve? Why are they here?  Why does the Government want to question him?  What is their involvement in all this secrecy? John Atash gets caught up in an immense coverup, but whose coverup is it?
With Chaos surrounding John, he struggles with his emotions.

As all of the satellites rain down back to earth, the great super powers of the world go to war, but is it their war after all?

Video Promo Trailer:

Alien Tears is available in paperback and Hardcover edition at Also available electronically at 

Quite interesting, considering one of the writers, Damon Linderoff, who helped write the script for prometheus is now in consideration I read 2 days ago, one of the movie studios that is bringing the book, World War Z, as a movie is bringing him in to do almost a complete re-write probably costing the studio millions of dollars to do it...

I definitely myself hardly go to the movies anymore due to the rising costs of tickets, soda, etc and like you said, the constant people having their cellphones(not necessarly talking on them, but texting during a movie and their screens lighting up in front of you, distracting one from getting into the movie), but if it's something that really really captures my attention, then yes, I will go ahead and pay the price and go see a movie on the big scree, for example, I will be seeing Prometheus next month.
What I mostly do though is rent like you, and have a decent size HDTV(mine is a 55") with an awesome surround sound, because that's the other half of what going to the movie theater is all about is the sound:)...
More and more people are building home theater systems compared to going to the movies just for the reasons listed above, but in return, one can relax at home whilest watching a movie and hey, pause a movie if nature calls:)....

Oh most definitely....I totally understand...
esp since him and me collobarated together as Orion's Belt...we put out a few cds together and I still miss him...

yes most definitely...
that would be awesome.....

Art and Literature, Movies and TV / Re: Movie trailers worth a look
« on: February 10, 2012, 12:32:49 PM »
I don't know anything about this movie, but the trailer looks interesting, with a kind of "Cloverfield" feel to it due to it being home video.

Saw this last weekend. Really well done, character-driven piece. You have to ignore the gaping "So who put all this footage together" question, but if you've already accepted telekinetic teens as a go, then it's not too much further to accepting that. The shooting style works and the acting is solid. I love that the writers didn't feel they needed to stop and over-explain where the powers came from. We know what these kids know, and that's enough to go forward. Well worth seeing!

I thought some of the science part of it went 'South' towards the end of the movie considering at the beginning they were supposed to be indestructible so how is it they went from being indestructible to dying???
just my .02 cents though:).....

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