I installed an AI Art render app recently on my phone where I typed in a prompt and was given an image from AI images. The results vary a lot and it's only a trial account I'm using so I'm unsure still but all the same some of the pictures are pretty cool.
#261- Limerick City Street Art
Sunday I went to the Christmas market in Arthur's Quay in Limerick. I walked in and just down around the corner from there there was more street art added since the summer. I thought it was so cool and made the area so much more vibrant. It's a very creative use for bollards on the … Continue reading #261- Limerick City Street Art
#260- Spotify Wrapped 2022
My Spotify Wrapped from the past year, 2022 and the playlist linked below with my top 100 songs of the year. It's a pretty great playlist if I do say so myself. Spotify 2022 -My Top 100 songs
#249- The most visually striking western I’ve ever watched. Brad Pitt’s greatest role is Jesse James
The assassination of Jesse James by the coward Robert Ford is a western film from 2007. It was directed by Andrew Dominik who also directed the Eric Bana film Chopper and Killing them softly. While I really enjoyed those other two films there's something about the assassination that is just so visually stunning and otherworldly. … Continue reading #249- The most visually striking western I’ve ever watched. Brad Pitt’s greatest role is Jesse James
#246- Walking along the Berlin Wall, 2022
Linked below is a video from August 2022 when I went to the historical city of Berlin and I filmed along the East Side Gallery which is what remains of the Berlin wall. The eclectic artwork was a beauty to behold and it was a great experience to see such wonderful art in a place … Continue reading #246- Walking along the Berlin Wall, 2022
#174 – my afterlife suggestion
When I die I want stats on my entire life. Just like in a video game when you hit pause and check out how you're getting on. Red dead II for example; 176 people trampled, 27 guns owned, 8 horses purchased, etc etc etc. My memories not always the best and how accurate are they … Continue reading #174 – my afterlife suggestion
#168 – my music recommendations for this week
The past week I've been on a non stop Bob Dylan train. The sun's finally coming out here in Limerick and I wanna drive around, walk around and sit around at home with Dylan soothing my ears with his vocal prowess and beauty. Doesn't Bob Dylan have such a powerful, unique and other passionate tone … Continue reading #168 – my music recommendations for this week
#154 – Levon Helm – Singer, Drummer, legend and an icon of rock n Roll
I recently only discovered the name of Levon Helm after years and years of listening to the band. For some reason I only wanted to hear the band as a whole and not as individual members. Then I discovered Robbie Robertson and loved his work and now the lead singer and drummer is my next … Continue reading #154 – Levon Helm – Singer, Drummer, legend and an icon of rock n Roll
#153 – GO TO WORK, DO YOUR JOB & DON’T ASK TOO MANY QUESTIONS
Go to work Do your job Don't ask too many questions Put your fucking life at risk and be thankful for the opportunity to be do so. We'll give you a vaccine and keep you waiting months then for the second. Am I essential or expendable? A question he asked already knowing the goddamn answer. … Continue reading #153 – GO TO WORK, DO YOUR JOB & DON’T ASK TOO MANY QUESTIONS
#152 – Day #105 and no second vaccine yet! I thought front line Healthcare workers were neccesary?
I got my first dose of AstraVeneca vaccine way back in February on the 26th. It was initially an 8 week wait then it was 12 and 16 weeks. Many of my other colleagues have gotten theirs and I'm slipping through the cracks it seems. The media and news do everything to celebrate the front … Continue reading #152 – Day #105 and no second vaccine yet! I thought front line Healthcare workers were neccesary?