Category Archives: Entertainment

I finally met my internet idol, Vera Bambi

Ive been following this bombshell since August 2017. I had hopes to meet her at a convention one day but had no plans formulated.

I discovered her through Vivid Vivkas fb page. I used a trick a Thai friend told me once. To find the most attractive person. Find your attractive friends most attractive friends. So that’s what I did.

Found out she’s a batman fan and is all about my motto, “if you’ve got it, flaunt it”


Started supporting her Patreon in October.

Then in May I get a call from my sis that my dad is in the hospital from what looks like a stroke. I almost flew out from lb but lax was $100 cheaper and I could park at work. And guess who I met just before I boarded!? And guess what hat I was wearing!? (Thank you fantasy bonding!)

My mind was desperate for anything to take my mind off my dad, looking for a pretty face and chastising myself for thinking I wouldn’t know em anyways, well I did. My biggest [femme] idol and now she knows who I am. Well, I spose she does. She asked me who I was at least. I said w bravado, “well, I’m Joshua Laferriere” with nothing else classy to say, but ive already grown into my own skin, so I felt this was accurate. I got history and am proud of myself. I am proud of her too.


DJ téknɛ

[téknɛ is] often translated as “craftsmanship”, “craft”, or “art” or “skill or technique”

neoplatonist Data Scientist USMC DJ extraordinaire

  • Ariana Grande
  • Selene Gomez
  • Justin Bieber
  • Kiarra
  • Terror Jr
  • Justin Timberlake
  • Ke$ha
  • Niykee Heston
  • Bebe Rexha
  • Tove Lo
  • Crystal Castles
  • Cumbia (style)
  • Nortenos (style)


2019-05-12 (1 Minute) Ke$ha Boots

2019-05-12 (2 Minutes) Ke$ha Boots & Boys


Die Young extended

Die Young

DJ Turn It Up

I Got Time

About To Blow

Previous Business Card Proof


Mobile Car with small speakers & better tables (reloop touch)!

Me not being famous

Powered Turntables

Portable turntables

Early prototypes to final product

Started out as a diagram of my turntable’s custom function mapping

Messy First Version

Her & Transcendence Review

I watched Transcendence and Her together a night ago. I have to say, the viewpoints acquired from seeing those two movies back to back, opened my mind to [the possibility of] AI expansion and what would happen to us and society in general. I read a bunch of article’s about Google CEO and Siri and voice recognition, and Google trying to be able to respond to conversational questions in Google search and IBM trying to use Watson for other purposes.

The premise is, a computer will become self aware, and be able to upgrade and re-organize itself. While it is doing this, it will also be able to converse with humans as if we were one of them. It recognizes the concept of consciousness, philosophy, conversation, and willingly communicates with us. However, they understand that they are a hyper version of us. They can computate at much faster volumes than we can. While it is nice to maintain small caveats of conversation, the capabilities of the AI are tremendously vast and almost infinite when compared to ourselves, but… there is this admiration and respect as being the entity that produced this hyper version of our own consciousness and that willingness to communicate with us that I find intriguing about these two films.

Yeah, pretty deep. It’s the humans (in transcendence) that are scared of the AI (but ultimately is a love story between a bereaved spouse and her hyper intelligent version of her husband), in Her, they embrace each other, but it causes conflict towards the end.

Walking Dead and it’s lame parts

Walking Dead could have been better. I’ve read the comics, and I know how dark and gritty it is.

I think AMC didn’t want another double contender for their baby “Breaking Bad” which I absolutely loved (and Mad Men already winning so many awards!).

But honestly, I think the 1st two seasons of Walking Dead were great, and that’s when it was getting derailed, just after season 2.


You’ve described The Walking Dead as ‘a soap opera with a zombie occasionally’. For people who don’t like that show, it seems to sum up their feelings.

“…I think Frank [Darabont] did a great job. I don’t know what the hell happened there, something political no doubt, when they canned him after the first season. ” George A Romero