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You can email me at atthelighthouse (at) gmail.com

8 responses to “Contact

  1. Hi, I stumbled upon your piece and I found myself agreeing with your feelings on the Pinocchio metamorphosis scene. I greatly enjoyed that scene and I still do. My interest in transformation stems from that scene, although I also agree it is a bit much for a Disney film. Great work!

    • atthelighthouse

      Hi Sam, thanks for your comment! It’s nice to hear that I’m not the only one to be (morbidly?) fascinated with the donkey metamorphosis scene.

  2. So stoked I stumbled across your scene man. I was looking for a (or the) hat like John Lennon wore in the film “Help” Dig those 1/2 cape’s too. I’m a DJ in Frisco with my own show called “A History Of Punkerdom” meaning, a history of the underground BEFORE shite gets popular and there’s no more scene or the band gets famous or what have you. I gotta go to bed, but I’ll SO check out the rest of your world tomorrow after the Sat. guitar shop meeting. all love man. Jason and Mister Zip

    PS: On the Pinocchio tip: Orphan/Punker kids like me, are like those little boys in “Pinocchio” when he runs away and meets his “artful Dodger” (metaphorical reference within a metaphor. Hmmm, Is that redundent or Funny?): Pinocchio learns these street kids trip and like MOST kids who get a “taste” of so called freedom, they’re attracted to the non-resposbility of the life. Dig? Instead of going to school and studying for a “brighter future” OR apprenticing for a future “job”, security (whatever) we went to that Island, smoked cigars and shot pool while drinking (root?) beer. Then when we THINK we’re on top of the world, we’re turned into Jack-ass’s and forced (for the rest of our lives) to run around pulling those huge wagons with that evil fat man brutaly whipping us. Dig the metaphor?

  3. I just found you on twitter..which is no easy feat. So happy to stumble across your blog…bookmarked it and can’t wait for a few free hours this weekend to check out your writing!!

  4. atthelighthouse

    Hi Molly,
    Thanks, I’m flattered! And your blog looks wonderful, too – I’ve added you to my blogroll and can’t wait to read more.

    /marie

  5. PS: On the Pinocchio tip: Orphan/Punker kids like me, are like those little boys in “Pinocchio” when he runs away and meets his “artful Dodger” (metaphorical reference within a metaphor. Hmmm, Is that redundent or Funny?): Pinocchio learns these street kids trip and like MOST kids who get a “taste” of so called freedom, they’re attracted to the non-resposbility of the life. Dig? Instead of going to school and studying for a “brighter future” OR apprenticing for a future “job”, security (whatever) we went to that Island, smoked cigars and shot pool while drinking (root?) beer. Then when we THINK we’re on top of the world, we’re turned into Jack-ass’s and forced (for the rest of our lives) to run around pulling those huge wagons with that evil fat man brutaly whipping us. Dig the metaphor?
    +1

  6. Thanks for all that passion ! Enthusiasm and intelligence are a powerful mix… I’ll be glad to hang around the website sometime more soon :-).
    This is really a global statement about your blog although it’s the lullaby part that eventually lit my way in. Bye bye

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