Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Antonio Cook on the Rampage part 2: Smashing Through Doors! 11/18/2019

Meanwhile, the word continues to turn. This Friday I have a court date regarding my case against this guy, Antonio Hernan Cook, the building manager of 182 Graham Ave. Here he is on the night that the Order to Repair/Vacate Order was issued that forced me to leave my home. In this video he smashes through two doors of m neighbor's room.

Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Antonio Cook on the Rampage part 1: Vacate Order notification 11/18/2019

Just a reminder of how this whole "Order to Repair/Vacate Order" thing began...

Sunday, January 3, 2021

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer - Capt. Z's Social Distance Holiday Music...

A rough beginning, and a fracked-up instrumental break, but oveall, this is a good performance and not a totaltrainwreck.

Saturday, January 2, 2021

Santa Claus is Coming to Town - Capt. Z Social Distance Holiday Music Br...

My "Socially Distant Christmas Music Madness" was so much fun, I am posting the best (or most notable) performances on YouTube. Please feel free to watch, enjoy, LIKE, and SUSBCRIBE! Should one of my New Year's Resolutions be to make more music?

Monday, November 30, 2020

182 Saga Live 1/22/20: Revealing the video!

Here is how I first revealed the infamous "Antonio Trashes my Stuff" video...

Saturday, November 28, 2020

Antonio Destroys Jim Morrison Poster, 182 Graham 10/10/2019

This is the infamous video of Antonio Cook destroying the Jim Morrison poster!


Friday, November 20, 2020

182 Saga Live 1/21/20: Antonio Trashes My Room - Special Edition with co...

As I continue my chronological review of my live posts regarding the situation at my home and the conflict with building management at 182 Graham Ave, here is he infamous "Antonio Cook Smashes my Stuff" video, this time in a "deep dive" with annotations, and surrounded by the live reports I gave that day as I rushed home to deal with it, and after I "dealt with it" as best as I could that day.

The man who did this is still at large, as the police consider this sot of crime a "low priority," what with the  COVID-19 thing and the various protests and unpleasantnesses that has been going on in the city. Our next court date is Tuesday, December 9, and the judge is more inclined to consider whether legal and architectural technicalities will allow us vacated tenants back in the building before looking at this incident.

In the meantime, I would not advise doing any business with Antonio Hernan Cook or his businesses Urban Properties and Cook Insurance.