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Brother, I Can See Your Skull. - The Coreyshead Blog

My Spin’s Better Than Your Spin

March 22nd, 2019 by Corey A. Edwards

my spin is better than your spinMy spin’s better than your spin,
My lie’s better than yours!
I’m immune to facts and reason
but I think I’m smart, of course

Social media’s my platform
See me share some memes
Don’t care if they’re total bullshit

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Last Known Photo

September 13th, 2018 by Corey A. Edwards

Bandai B-Club Bullmark Tsuburaya Pandon reissue Japanese vinyl sofubi Ultraseven kaiju toy monster figure

Good News/Bad News

September 9th, 2018 by Corey A. Edwards

I have some good news and some bad news The good news is that the bad news isnt all that bad The bad news is that thats all the good news

Maybe Crazy

June 7th, 2018 by Corey A. Edwards

Maybe Crazy - the new semi-autobiographical tune from Corey A. EdwardsJosephine lives on the streets
They say he wrote a children’s book
He wears a purse on his head
and trusts no one who drinks Coke
I once gave him some food from my picnic
in exchange for a handful of white rocks
I misunderstood. I thought
he just wanted a paper plate

Maybe crazy, yeah
Gone as a hoot owl
raised in a closet
Crazy, yeah – you know
but …

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Nail It Down

February 8th, 2018 by Corey A. Edwards

nail it down - The 5-finger discount twinsSome say they were born under a bad sign
Sometimes there is just a bad seed
When them Edwards boys come a-sniffin’ around
I tell you now, you better pay heed

I heard they stole some Matchbox from the Woolworths
Some Abba-Zabbas from the Alco
They took a whole damn register from Ben Frank’s
It just grew legs and walked out the door

Y’gotta nail it down

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January 13th, 2018 by Corey A. Edwards

The Three Witches From Macbeth - Alexandre-Marie Colin

The Three Witches From Macbeth
Alexandre-Marie Colin

Did she come from the trees
Or maybe straight up from the ground?
All I know is one minute she’s not there
Then she is without a sound

Red stains around a mouth hole
Like a screaming red blot
Blue tattoos on leathered brown skin
with eyes both black and hot

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Hey, Wimpy

December 27th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Hey, WimpyHey Wimpy,
where have you gone?
You used to be underfoot
always taggin’ along

And Wimpy,
I know you felt wronged
but you can’t go on bein’ hurt
your whole life long

Are you coming home soon?
Will I see you there?
I long to hear your jokes again
and muss your hair

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Chogokin Gimmickry

December 13th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Chogokin Gimmickry
I rediscovered many of my toys while making the Chogokin Gimmickry video. I encourage you to occasionally play with your toys – especially your r@@@re and expensive, super-fragile, antique Japanese diecast toys from companies like Popy, Takatoku, Bullmark, Arklon, Eidi, and Marushin.

Wrote A Song

November 29th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

I wrote a song, I wrote a song - yeah!I wrote a song
it isn’t very good
I couldn’t find a rhyme
for every wood
I cannot play it
like I oughta should but

I wrote a song
I wrote a song, man!
I wrote a song,
a really real song!

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Turn Off, Tune Up, Drop By

October 27th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Turn Off, Tune Up, Drop By

Dim Monkey Attracted To Shiny Things Quits Facebook, Casual Internet Use

After 20 years (give or take a minute or two) of expressing myself online – thoughts, hopes, dreams, jokes, lies, remembrances, imaginings, fantasies, whims, and various pictures of things I found funny, curious, interesting, or was about to eat or drink – I’ve come to one very obvious and somewhat shamefaced conclusion:


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Seven Colorado Tunnels in Two and a Half Minutes

April 12th, 2016 by Corey A. Edwards

Seven Colorado Tunnels in Two and a Half Minutes

I just got back from a fun little, family vacation/road trip through some of the more beautiful parts of Colorado. We saw Mesa Verde, Garden of the Gods, Rocky Mountain National Forest, Cave of the Winds, Glenwood Caverns, lots of wonderful scenery, and seven Colorado tunnels (well, 8, actually).

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I Lost 50 Pounds Drinking Beer

November 8th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

 I Lost 50 pounds Drinking Beer - 160 Lbs soaking wet.No, really. I lost 50 pounds drinking beer every day. I went from being a 210 pound, mouth-breathing schlubb to the 160 pound, svelte lady-killer that you see before you now – and all without giving up beer, bacon, butter, or even breaking much of a sweat.

I drank beer every day and treated my Friday and Saturday evenings like a diet-free zone.

The trick to my success is … no trick. It’s not a fad, it’s not hard, and it’s absolutely free – no salesman will come to your door.

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Government Explained

September 23rd, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

GovernementGovernment is important – the governing body helps direct and protect the mass of humanity that forms it, supports it, and huddles beneath it in helpless and innocent expectation.

At least, that’s the purported goal of most modern, Western governments; what the best governing bodies aspire to.

Unfortunately, as with all human endeavors, the end result of government is often not exactly what the framers, voters, or contributors wanted, needed, or expected it to be. Thus and with my humble nature, I have decided to help explain how our current system works, what the end results tend to be, and all in a friendly, physically-metaphorical way that will have you more fully understanding the system and its attendant benefits

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June 28th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Ultraman Jamaica

Bandai’s 66mm Mini Action Figure Ultraman on the beach at the Iberostar Rose Hall Suites in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Travels with Ultraman – Jamaica 2015!

June 27th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

In pocket - Ultraman Jamaica

An inexcusably blurry shot of the Bandai, 66mm Ultraman mini action figure peeping out of my pocket

I recently traveled to Jamaica … with an Ultraman toy (or two) in my pocket. The toy in question is part of Bandai’s 66mm Mini Action Figure line – small, nicely detailed, expressive, and poseable.

Whenever it occurred to me and the opportunity was ripe, I’d bring it out and pose it for a picture, often to illustrate what was happening or on my mind right then.

As with any improvisational process, some of the images and concepts were more successful than others.

Below is the series as they occurred.

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American Idle – Steamy Creamy Beanness

March 27th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

I’ve been getting back into guitaring, as I like to say, and this has gotten me back into … looking back at things which have sprung before, unbidden from the instruments I torture.

Steamy Creamy Beanness is a musical idea I’d almost forgotten about – a bit of doggerel, a knock off – but I rather like this short edit of my initial concept combined with this silly, time-lapse video, here. Doop-de-doo … what else lies in these vaults, I wonder

Steamy Creamy Beanness

Once again, please forgive the sound quality (much less the hamhanded playing) – this is recorded live onto boombox sometime in 2002.

For more of this kind of torture …

Guiro Seijin

January 30th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

guiroSeijinB-Club Bullmark reissue Guiro Seijin vinyl kaiju figure.

Up to something unsavory down in the low places.

… a few more toy images …

Morning Reflections

December 22nd, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Morning Reflections

How many? That was the big question. The answer, in its ambiguity, its scant existence, looms just as large.

Beer, wine, cider, and of course, the hard stuff. Why did they always think the hard stuff was such a good idea after all else?

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November 16th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

KRANGGG! - digital illustration


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Strange Toys I Have Known –
Marx Toy Soldier Casualties

November 5th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards


I think most of us who grew up between the 50’s and the 80’s would consider the little, green plastic soldier to be one of the most ubiquitous toys of that world. I know I saw hundreds (if not thousands) of them littering the floors, toy boxes, and playgrounds of my and my peers’ youth. Among them would have to have been some Marx toy soldiers.

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