The Residents w The Residentialists

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This is either a screen capture of the Residents’ video or Eric Filseth avatar

The Residents are a legendary yet obscure rock band from San Francisco that wears or wore giant eyeball constumes to help protect their secret individual identities. I know virtually nothing about them.

R.I.P. Hardy Fox, co-founder and chief composer of The Residents has died

The Residentialists, more precisely known as The New Residentialists is a weak and amorphous populist movement here in Palo Alto, founded by Tim Gray and myself (Weiss) in 2012 that itself is a tribute to Enid Pearson and Emily Rentzel (who I confuse one for the other) and Tom Jordan (not the musician, but his dad). I was later expelled from the (New) Residentialists in a counter-revolutionary coup and branded “The Agitator” by Bill Johnson who himself is secretly the leader of the group although his agenda is the exact opposite: he is Build Baby Build, commercial and residentialist, as long as they buy ads and his building 450 Cambridge grows in value.

I am nothing I see all.

I am everything I see nothing. (One of those misquotes the Transcendentalist Ralph Waldo Emerson — who I studied at Dartmouth with James Melville Cox, father in law of a leftist politican would be and singer songwriter in SF — while the other misquotes the fictional character Schultz or Schultzie in not F Troop but Hogan’s Heroes with Bob Crane who was also on the down low and died mysteriously.

Speaking of Resident Dentalists I am Mulcahy not McKenna although I met one of the McKenna Clan and her 5-year-old boy in Midtown at Byron and Colorado I think where they throw great ping pong or table tennis parties and have a black cat halloween installation. Or so I hear (with my Transparent Ear Balls, dba Earthwise since 1993). Mic drop

Sorry to bother you, sorry for your loss

About markweiss86

Mark Weiss, founder of Plastic Alto blog, is a concert promoter and artist manager in Palo Alto, as Earthwise Productions, with background as journalist, advertising copywriter, book store returns desk, college radio producer, city council and commissions candidate, high school basketball player; he also sang in local choir, and fronts an Allen Ginsberg tribute Beat Hotel Rm 32
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