Tag Archives: Brian Bubonic

From Reykjavi­k With Love or Uh-Ruh, Uh-Ruh, Is That Your Hat?

My brother-in-law Brian Bubonic and his trusty Samsonite have traveled the globe – New York, Paris, Reykjavik, El Paso, to name a few. What do these cities have in common? They are all places where Brian has lost hats. 

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17,000,000 Commodore 64 Users Can’t Be Wrong

  The best-selling personal computer model of all time.  It was cheaper, faster and better than the Apple computers out at the time. Why these guys aren’t ruling the world is beyond me. Today, I continue my exploration of the … Continue reading

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The Lost Art of the Mix Tape – Touch the Magic Organ

While I was doing some much needed de-cluttering, I came across a cache of old audio cassettes. Most of them were professional, pre-recorded crap I bought from the remainder bins of defunct chain record stores such as Sam Goody and … Continue reading

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The Lost Art of the Mix Tape – GO!

Here is another from an erratic series of tapes featuring an eclectic mix of music from the incomparable music aficionado Brian Bubonic. This one had a Speed Racer theme thus the title. Brian actually dated this one, and as you … Continue reading

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The Lost Art of the Mix Tape – Moak Enna Minnie

As I wrote before, Tina and I have been doing some either very late or very early Spring cleaning, and, in the process, came upon a bunch of old audio cassettes. This was the way we listened to music before … Continue reading

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The Lost Art of the Mix Tape – Confuse Yo Neighbors

While I was doing some much needed de-cluttering, I came across a cache of audio cassettes. Most of them were pre-recorded detritus from the remainder bins of long lost chain record stores, but among them were the real treasures – … Continue reading

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Plague Productions

I started writing another Willceau Illo News entry about one of the last round ups for the Ducks and DUCKWORK when it started to get way too long and convoluted. I decided to have mercy on my readers if any … Continue reading

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