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|Name:||All you need to know is Vic|
|Presently Living in:||Columbia, SC|
|Formerly From:||Hawthorne, NJ|
|Date of Birth||Aug 21, 1970 (Cash and all major credit cards accepted)|
|Hair:||Naturally curly light brown; past my shoulder blades|
|Nationality:||50% Italian / 25% Irish / 25% Dutch|
|Marital Status:||Single; Never been married; Not really looking to get married either.|
1994 (1st) Right Bicep: cover art to first Jerky Boys CD acquired at The Tattoo Shoppe; Carlstadt, NJ. What this tat means to me: I've definitely got an incredibly sarcastic/obnoxious side, just add Tequilla. Click here to view pic
1997 (2nd) Left Bicep: Wolf hiding in the brush acquired at The Ink Spot; Pacific Beach (San Diego), CA. What this tat means to me: Be careful, because when I see something I want, I'll lay in waiting for just the right time to pounce! Click here to view pic.
1999 (3rd) Left Tricep: Yin Yang with sunbursts acquired at Sinbad's Psycho Skin Art; Lake George, NY (Americade '99) This tattoo always reminds me of the great time I had with three great friends. You know who you are. I'll never forget it! Click here to view pic.
2001 (4th) Right Tricep: Steer skull with American flag wrapped around it, feathers hanging off the horns and an eagle's head between the horns acquired at Eagle Tattoo, West Milford NJ (July 03). This tattoo represents a special place and time to me. Some awesome times with some awesome friends. Click here to view pic
2002 (5th) Left Tricep; Inside: Skin being torn open to reveal robotic wires and connections. Acquired illegally (11/16/02) within South Carolina state borders. I cannot reveal name or location of artist for fear of his arrest. Yes, the "installation" of tattoos within SC state borders is currently illegal and punishable by up to 5 years in jail. Two states currently impose a tattoo law. One being South Carolina and the other is Oklahoma. YUCK! Click here to view pic.
|What makes me smile:||Riding my motorcycle, an ice-cold beer, bass fishing, shooting pool, writing poetry, Stephen King and Dean Koontz novels, spontaneous roadtrips. I love to flip a quarter to decide direction. Where I end up after that is up to my bike. It tends to have a mind of its own. I couldn't tell you how many times it drove me to the bar because it was thirsty.|
Fates Warning, Dream Theater, Kiss, Warrior Soul, Nashville Pussy, AC/DC, White Zombie, Six Feet Under, Machine Head, Pantera, Social Distortion, Disturbed, Twisted Sister / Dee Snider (solo). The faster the better. I also hold native American flute music very dear to me. If you can find it, buy an album called "Atlantic Sunrise, Pacific Sunset" from a gentleman by the name Tchin (pronounced "chin"). It's absolutely phenomenal. You can contact the artist at: Tchin, PO Box 350443, Brooklyn, NY 11235 I'd be happy to email you an MP3 of one of his songs which I recorded. Just ask.
I'd also like to suggest picking up a CD from "Doyle Bramhall II and Smokestack" called "Welcome." It's SRV-esque, Blues / Rock, and absolutely phenomenal. It was released mid 2001. You can visit his website by clicking here Doyle was also involved in a band in the late 80's /early 90's with guitarist Charlie Sexton called "Arc Angels". They put out one album. I highly recommend picking it up.
1970 Oldsmobile 442 W30. 455 cu. in. 370 Horsepower. I had the pleasure of owning my 2nd choice of a dream car back in the early 90's. The car was awesome. I'll never forget the night I took "her" out for a ride up the highway and ended up racing a Mustang GT 5.0. Man, was that guy pissed. If I could see him now, I'd ask one question..."How did my tail lights look?" He put up a good fight, but in the end pure brute force won. (photo credit: Steve Corey @ www.442.com)
1969 Hurst/Olds. I haven't been able to ever afford any of the fine examples I've seen in Hemmings Motor News. This car is THE number one dream car for me.
This one's easy. It's Labatt Blue. Canadian. Yes, have some
|Favorite movie of all time:||Toss up between, "It's a Wonderful Life" and "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" If you haven't seen either, grab some couch and get to it.|
|Favorite comedy movie:||
Hmm, now this is tough. I love off the wall comedy like Airplane, Loaded Weapon, Fatal Instinct, Better Off Dead, and of course History of the World Part One. May Mel Brooks live forever!
Richard Jenny, John Leguizamo, Steven Wright, and myself. I love to make people laugh and will go to just about any length to do it.
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Vic, a.k.a "Fred"