Also by this time Marcus had moved away from heavy metal and had discovered punk.
I remember talking with him about the Jello Biafra Obscenity trial and the PMRC Senate hearings and we both basically agreed that The Man sucked.
He’s holding a copy of the first issue of his self-published (that is, xeroxed) punk fanzine, Numbskull.
Kimora is dating that guy from the Amistad, Monster, Black Diamond, Never Back Down and Push movies – Djimon Hounsou.
When you get married, you make a promise to your spouse to stay together for better or for worse, until death, but the rising divorce rate is a proof that many people do not keep this promise anymore. So with the increasing incidence of divorce; where did the love go?
Well, there are a lot of reasons why a lot of marriages don’t work – from sexual dissatisfaction, money, and everything else.
The date on the back of the photo is June 1987 so who am I to argue?
This is a picture of Marcus Haug and me after an Agent Orange concert that was held in the Queen Theater in Kaimuki.
I remember that when Agent Orange first came out, the bass player James Levesque said something like," The management told us they didn’t want people dancing but we think it’s okay so come on down." Everyone cheered and ran to the front of the stage.
It was only later that my jaded mind realized that it was probably just an easy way to get the crowd excited about the show.
Marcus was another in the long line of Kailua kids that were employed at Hungry Ear in part because they needed a family outside their real family.
I don’t know if Luke was aware of what he was doing and how important it was to all of us, but it seemed that for a long time all the employees had divorced or deceased parents.