A new day is here on Earth!
We are all made from the same thing, we come from the same place and we are all individuals that’s what makes us human beings. No one person is better than another instead of fighting each other, calling each other names, banning this, taking away that….Here is an idea how about we come together as one, as humans on this planet and make some progress for the future instead of heading toward the past. It is 2014 if we as human race have not figured out that every ethnicity; every sexual orientation on this planet is equal to all life on this planet then stop and figure it out soon! We are all equal so let’s move forward from all this and explore the wonders of this planet and beyond together as one human race from planet Earth. Come together not apart!
Blue Orange Brick
Deep in a Dream
The Sun shines
Buy the ticket, take the ride.
-Hunter S. Thompson
I want to share with you what I saw and felt in my soul about Nick Feyz. We shared many moments together, we had conversations that started with the sun rising and ended with the moon setting. Good times where had like when we went to the Archlight for the first time after not wanting to go to this rival concept piece of shit scientology like place down the street from the Sunset 5. With a pint of Wild Turkey already in us and more in our pockets to replenish our souls we made our way into this cult of a theater. Now we were going to sit where we damn well wanted to sit and that was in the front row to watch The Passion of the Christ. I watched a beautiful presentation with perfect sound and I looked around to see a theater organized to eliminate all the chaos of big chain anarchy theaters. I drank the Kool Aid and was asking for more. Thank you Nick! And of course there were all the Thursday night screenings, the Dodger games, the World Cup soccer in Korea Town or the after work pool games at Penthouse Billiards. Those memories will be with me always. But what I remember most and I practice every day in my life is what he taught me in the booth…….
When it came time for me to become a projectionist Nick wanted me at the Sunset 5, Nick took me under his wing. To me he was the man, the man to emulate, to learn from you just wanted to watch him project film. The fact I got a chance to learn 35mm film projection from Nick Feyz was like sitting down with Bukowski, drinking red wine, watching him write or like shooting guns with Hunter S Thompson. A shot of Wild Turkey is being had right now! Nick didn’t just teach me technique or show me how to do the job of a projectionist Nick Feyz instilled in me that I was an extension of the art we were showing. We were entrusted with another artists work and we had to take pride in our work as artists to make the best presentation we could for them and for us as projectionists. Nick opened my eyes to the entire picture of art from an idea in someone’s mind, to the paper, to production all the way to the theater where it ended up with us after years and years the journey ended with us in the booth. We owed that idea to be the best at what we did. I saw that he cared about art no matter what is was we were showing he cared about it. I’m thanking you Nick Feyz for showing me your side of life in the booth.
I live my life that way now, I do things I’m passionate about and I respect others who have that passion in them, the Nick Feyz passion. Nick Feyz was an original, one of a kind human soul on this planet. There will never be another one. He was straight forward, no bullshit and the most passionate person I will ever have the chance to meet. I’m glad I had the chance to call you my friend, I’m glad I had the chance to experience life with you. I will always see that smile, that walk and your laugh when you walked into that booth, that is how I will remember you. Your ideas, your presents in this life will outlive us all. Nick Feyz was here.
The Maryhill Stonehenge is a full-size, astronomically-aligned replica of Stonehenge located in Maryhill, Washington. It was commissioned in the early 20th century by businessman Samuel Hill and dedicated on July 4, 1918 as a memorial to those that died in World War I. The memorial was completed in 1929. It is constructed of concrete.