I had a strange dream… It started out with me picking a vacation spot. I was trying to escape the Korean heat, which makes a great deal sense in the summer. It is enough to melt me — but not really the heat itself, but rather the humidity of the situation is simply overwhelming.
I immediately was thinking of vacationing in Vladivostok. However, I found a charming resort town further north of that in Russia and it was called Yakterinberg or something like this, no doubt a name I gleaned from the Civilization series.
I had had a friend who visited there. I believe it was the face of my 6th to 9th grade friend, Jesse Johnson, who told me it was OK but quite cold and sometimes boring. Kimczak Bartkowiak informed he that it is a lot of being on big ships and just floating around in the glacial cool. He said that during their free time they teach you Taekwondo while on the ship… At first I was confused, but he said something about how there are a lot of ethnic Koreans in this Yakterinberg and that the tourists are largely of north Asia and so it made sense.
I really had wanted to see a seal.
At some point I was outside in glacial waters, enjoying the dry, cold air…
Then I was in northern California, and my band was going to play a show. However, the Police were coming to arrest us — I have no memory of committing a crime, but is the US we are talking about where you can be arrested for merely being drunk in public.
Sean Anderson showed up and he was holding a bunch of shirts in his hands… I asked him what shirts they were, and he said, “G. G. Allin… Are you ready to go and do a tour with me?”
“Sure, that’d be great…” He informed he we were getting in a car and driving to San Francisco and playing a G. G. Allin cover show. I was excited. Then I awoke.