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Wicasta Lovelace
Works at Floozees Doozees
Attends Pinellas County School of Hard Knocks, FL
Lives in Saint Petersburg, FL
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If you've never had bona fide home-grown Carolina moonshine (and I'm not talking about the shite you get at the liquor store), you won't recognize this. It tastes to me like somebody tried to replicate the taste of home-made backwoods moonshine. Or at least the rot-gut stuff we used to get when I was young in North Carolina. Not saying I'll ever buy it again, but I think that's the taste they were going for. Now... why they would want to make something that tastes like backwoods moonshine is something only Great America knows. But... for the folks who can't place what this stuff tastes like, it does taste like backwoods moonshine to me (just without the alcohol bite of the real deal). No, it doesn't taste remotely like beer or wine.
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I recently stumbled across an article on Loudwire.com titled, “20 Best Rock Songs of 2014“, and it included handy video embeds of all the songs. A lot of the songs on that list were boring, so I picked out the ones I really liked. My own list was immediately whittled down to six songs. So… we’ll call this “6 Best Rock Songs of 2014″. No, I won't argue with you about it. These are just the ones that tickled my fancy. Nothing more, nothing less.
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That drummer just doesn't have the groove or pocket that the original drummer had. 
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Maybe this song doesn't break new ground, but I don't see how it's warrants some of the derision that's being heaped on it. I'm an old-school Priest fan, from the way way back. My first Priest album was "Sin After Sin" in 1977 (when it was their latest album), which naturally led me back to "Sad Wings Of Destiny" and "Rocka Rolla". I had a good run with Judas Priest all the way up through "Turbo" (when they kinda lost me), and then lost some enthusiasm with "Ram It Down" and "Painkiller" (both had songs on it I liked, but by then I felt like they were chasing the pack rather than leading). They lost me completely with "Jugulator" and "Demolition", but I did pick up both "Angel of Retribution" and "Nostradamus" (both of which I liked, but felt like both had more spark than fire).

Why do I mention all this? Basically because "Redeemer of Souls" reminds me a bit of old-school Priest. Maybe not an A-side, but definitely a cool song. No, I didn't like it at first, but it grew on me. I still think Judas Priest's best days are behind them, but given their long and glorious history I think they can be forgiven for idling a bit. They've earned it. "Redeemer of Souls" is a good enough track that I'll probably buy the new album. In the end, I think that means this song has served its purpose. But yeah, at this point I kind of feel like buying Judas Priest albums is more about respect than being blown away by the material. But man, is there ever a whole lot of respect. Kudos to Priest for being willing to piss off their newer die-hard fans by doing what they damn well please. That's one of the things I've always loved about Judas Priest.
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So why are people so astounded that a guy who made his fortune portraying an uneducated redneck on television said something only an uneducated redneck would say?
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They tell ya software amps can't touch real amps, but it's a matter of degrees. And the software amps are a lot cheaper.
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Okay, this one kills me every time. I guess I'm just easily amused. :-)
Looks like the reindeer didn't hear Santa clearly, or else they know something he doesn't. This funny t-shirt design features Santa Claus stuck on an outhouse while the reindeer boggle, with Santa yelling “No! No! I said the Schmidt house!”
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Every journey begins somewhere.
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I've been looking at alternate ways to use my Alembic in the studio without relying on large amps. This is perfect.
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Okay... I just need to borrow the drummer for a few months...
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This makes my happy face come out.
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Man, we had this over burgers last night. I'll never get tired of it. This is cole slaw as we used at the family restaurant. Couldn't begin to tell you how many gallons of this slaw I made in my years at the restaurant. It's always a favorite around here.
This is the recipe for the legendary slaw from Peggy’s Restaurant in Kings Mountain, North Carolina – one of Mama Peggy’s most sought-after recipes.
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Work
Occupation
Producer
Skills
Music, Writing, Art, Web Design
Employment
  • Floozees Doozees
    Web developer, e-commerce developer, Media Director, 2007 - present
  • Windhaven Network
    Owner & Director, 2000 - present
  • Rhino On Air
    Web developer, senior editor, technical troubleshooter, Indie Music Director of Programming, 2011 - 2012
  • U.S. Xpress, Chattanooga, TN
    Driver, 1999 - 2005
  • Epes Transport System, Greensboro, NC
    Driver, 2005 - 2007
  • Peggy's Restaurant,
    Media Director, 1991 - 1997
Places
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Currently
Saint Petersburg, FL
Previously
Kings Mountain, NC - Saint Augustine, FL - Ware Shoals, SC
Story
Tagline
Just another madman trying to make sense of it all.
Introduction
Depending on who you ask, I'm an artist, a writer, a musician, or a Pagan. A lot of people are familiar with my name because of my online republication of the Malleus Maleficarum. Some people remember me from various incarnations of the Pagan Tea House.

I keep the lights on through my company, Windhaven Network, and with the only shop I help run my wife run, which we call Floozees Doozees. My wife and I art in a band together, Windhaven.
Bragging rights
I've been to all 48 continental United States. I actually remember some of them.
Education
  • Pinellas County School of Hard Knocks, FL
    Survival, present
  • Kings Mountain Senior High School, Kings Mountain, NC
    1980 - 1983
  • Truck Driver Institute, Richburg, SC
    Truck Driving, 1999 - 1999
  • Gaston College, Dallas, NC
    Music Theory & Composition, 1986 - 1989
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Gender
Male
Other names
Kevin Lovelace, Kevin Childers