Thursday, September 16, 2010

The resurrection of an old hobby...



A long time ago in a galaxy far far away I was a fairly successful radio DJ in New Orleans (for 6ish years in the late nineties). My radio handle was Skabrad and when I retired my handle online became skabradisdead... Since that was when I started using online forum... That became my online name...

I played ska... Reggae... Rocksteady and some punk. I LOVED IT! But I never made a career of it.

My wife has been spinning trance for a few years now. Much more seriously lately than before. Soooo she has inspired me... My buddy Drew (whose ogres have been seen here) and I are getting together to spin the old ska and other fun and my wife is coming along to keep us in line...

Anyway...

For the 40k lovers out there... Here is a blast from the past...

The largest Space Wolf you have ever seen...

7 comments:

  1. I remember painting Buliwyf like it was yesterday. I think we did a pretty good job converting it from a Blood Angel to a Space Wolf.

    Those were some good times.

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  2. Awesome, hope it goes well! I did some DJing at one of the local college stations a while back, good times.

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  3. Biggest conversion EVER!!!

    Hey P, what were the names of the teams again... Hemdal, Morkai, ... That is where my memory fades out..

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  4. I remember people's wolf names and their associated rune better than the packs. All I remember was I was Ranulf of pack Heimdall. My memory is foggy as well, too many late nights during those years.

    I wonder if they still use Buliwyf at Gamesday? I like how you look all serious on the phones in the pic, it must have been a Monday. They should of had a taller person in stand next to him as well. Even I only came to the top of his shoulder.

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  5. LOL... Actually it was a Monday... That dude had to get permission to come on the floor because it was a Monday...

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  6. Mate, can you put some of your stuff up as a podcast/audio file. You know me Brad, I think music died in 1982

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  7. Good idea matey... I'll look into it!

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