Listening to: Alice Coope " Welcome To My Nightmare "(remaster) - I drove to Kenosha for nothing this morning. The person I had an appoointment with was off work sick and they failed to notify me. So I lost 1/2 a day of work. Just finished scanning 3 rolls of pictures from the photo shoot and emailing them out to everyone involved. I was supposed to interview Denice Duff tonight but we rescheduled for Wednesday. Funny people have been calling and wondering where I've been. Dreg even asked if I've dropped out of the scene. Actually I am very much part of it, but I've been doing some hard work and creating as my part of the business side of things. The photo shoot was actually a party at the same time. The poor ladies involved swilling Jack Daniels straight out of the bottle. Not even a booze hound like me can do that. I felt terrible to hear about Lacey fainting on the plane and Kalico upon our first meeting nearly fading out. But the girls were real champs as the photos will show. Squeezing their tiny frames into corsets and the wear and tear of travel, coupled with the grueling photo shoot and JD it's a wonder any of them made it to the next day and their trek to their corners of the country. So my friends I am with you in spirit,. Just because I'm not out in the night doesn't mean I'm not up with you. I sit here in the office, all day and all night, putting together this site and the magazine I want you all to love. (or hate...with a passion) The new issue featuring "The Girls Of Underground Inc." is in the works and getting closer to done every moment I breathe. And when it is done you'll see it was worth it. So I'll finish my interviews this week and sell some ads. Time to make money and not be out spending it. Besides it's cold in Chicago, and I am the calm before the storm. Very very special thanks and cheers to CandyXXX from BoZo PoRno CiRcus,Lacey Conner from Nocturne, Michelle Walters from VooDou, Kat Mogan of Apocalypse Theatre, Kalico Delafay of Apocalypse Theatre, Kamela Lise of Apocalypse Theatre, and Hope Hillman of Apocalypse Theatre.