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In less than three months, The Rock Father™ is back on baby bottle duty. With my office (more of a 'command center,' really) centrally-located in the heart of my home, I can think of no better way to keep cold bottles close at hand then having them stocked within a refrigerator that looks like a MARSHALL half-stack. Indeed, such a device does exist, and I can only imagine the possibilities of having a MARSHALL FRIDGE here at Rock Father HQ. Bottles for baby in the top - water and juice for the toddler in the middle - energy drinks for daddy on the bottom. I need this.

Published in James' Journal

I have a interesting personal anecdote involving THE CULT... Some years ago, in the not-so-distant past, I'd written a screenplay that a ''producer'' wanted CULT frontman Ian Astbury to be a part of. Using a friend of mine who is a friend (and past collaborator) of Astbury as the channel, said ''producer'' (a term to be used in an exceptionally loose manner) pushed the issue (being a big fan of THE CULT), and Astbury apparently read the script - and to my understanding, hated it.

Published in Music for Grownups

When you're an independent contractor, whether doing entertainment, a skilled trade, consulting, or anything else - every day is a hustle. For The Rock Father™, that aspect of being a parent (and rock n' roll gangster) can be terrifying. What that means is that I have no set income. Some months I make decent money, while other months I make no money - zip, zilch, zero. Sure, my wife has a ''normal'' gig so I can work-from-home and raise our daughter, but I keep going - working into the wee hours every night, and sacrificing 95% of ''me'' time in order to keep things rockin'. 

Published in James' Journal

The Rock FatherWhen I became a Father for the first time nearly two years ago, I had no idea that my adventures in parenting would somehow crossover into my online writing. After finding myself a new addition to the growing number of Work-at-Home Dads, I found that while 'Daddy Blogs' exist online, they're far fewer in number than the parenting blogs geared toward women, and that few appealed to my own interests.

Published in James' Journal
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