Thursday, May 28, 2009

I Love This Weather....

Three or four more days of this would be fantastic, I really enjoy days like this. I love not being able to see more than 20 feet down the street. My camera somehow is able to de-fog fog when I look through the lens...maybe I should walk around with the lens on my eye all day.

Songs of the day:

Dylan- Shelter From The Storm

Voxtrot- The Start Of Something

Nujabes- Aruarian Dance

Blur- Best Days

and I gotta throw in one off what is in my top 5 albums right now...

Miles Davis- Kind Of Blue

When i post multiple links like this, I'm not expecting people to listen to every youtube link. So, here's the songs zipped up in a nice little file.

Thursday, May 28, 2009

This Is Random.

This is my living room and my girlfriend on the couch.

This is on the way home from a nice day, and reminds me of such.

This is my sister. At this particular moment of time, if you were to ask her, she
would tell you that "this is a fish" or "this is her being stubborn". I couldn't tell which
one at the time.

This is my dinner tonight, and makes me want more.

This is my window view.

This confuses me as much as it does you.

This is blur.

This is my desk.

This is only the beginning.

This is a card.

This was delicious.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Freeway- What We Do

I've been listneing to this song alot lately. Give it a try...its a great tune. Its the ROC!

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

11 (10?) Days to go...

So, I'm not going to get all emotional and do some big long sappy post about how high school is ending but to reference one of my favorite quotes ever.

I came across a passage I wrote down
And I think that it really exemplifies what our nation is talking about

And it says that uh,

All things must come to an end
It is an inevitable part of the cycle of existence
All things must conclude
Take the analogy of a tree that grows in Brooklyn
Among the steel and the concrete
With all its glorious branches and leaves
One day it too will pass on its legacy
Through the seeds it drops to the ground
As the wind carries these seeds throughout the land in which they grew
A new life will begin for each one of them as they stand as a monument to the one that came above.

I've always liked that. For better or for worse, high school has been pretty much what I expected it to be. . I did however, expect prom to be more of the whimsical night that modern media has made it out to be. I ain't gon front, it was nice, and I enjoyed it, but its SO overhyped. Anyways, I'm not going to get into a big thing over it, I really just needed this as a segway to talk about this movie Dazed and Confused.

There's alot of movies about high school, but Dazed and Confused takes the cake for best high school movie for sure, in my book atleast. All I'll say about the film is that its about a big group of teenagers on their last day of high school, and all the random shit they do. I def. recommend this for everyone to watch before high school expires. Check out the trailer...

Thats all for now...

Pharrell Williams chats about his soundtrack involvement, more specifically the title track “Hoppin Over Fences”, in the upcoming skate film project by Nino Scalia and Rob Dyrdek entitled Street Dreams. The film, which is due to release June 12th, features some of the best skaters in the world including Rob Dyrdek, Paul Rodriguez, Ryan Sheckler, Terry Kennedy & Ryan Dunn.

Sunday, May 24, 2009

A Picture

My friend Will took this. I think its really cool.

Friday, May 22, 2009

More- My Life Is Average.

This is so much better than FML

Today I was watching porn and it asked my "Are you over 18?" I said yes. I'm not. The police still have not caught me. MLIA

Today I received my degree in statistics. My life is averages.

Today, no one wished me a happy birthday. I wasn't suprised, today isn't my birthday. MLIA.

Today, I wore Axe body spray. I wasn't tackled by any women. MLIA.

Today I was in my room masturbating. No one came in. It was pleasant. MLIA

Today, I noticed someone I knew was walking in front of me in the same direction, I maintained my distance. MLIA

Today, I downloaded music illegally. I didn't get caught. MLIA.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

5 Incredibly Gnarly Drinks

5. The Gambler

It consists of:

* Half filling the glass with ice
* Half filling the glass with Smirnoff
* Half filling the rest with blue Gatorade. Only blue. No other kind worked.

4. The Lazy Susan

* Fill a glass with crushed ice.
* One can of Dr Pepper. Fill glass 3/4 of the way, drink the rest of what is left in the can.
* Fill the rest of the glass with cheap rum.
* Unwrap a Hostess™ Sno-Ball. Preferably the pink one.
* Take a large swig of your drink, and follow it with a large bite of the Sno-Ball. The trick is to finish both at the same time.

3. The Intervention.

Modified from the popular joke about the sexual position. Google it.

This particular drink has a history of a bet I lost while watching a certain episode of A&E’s “Intervention”. However, it’s a lot of fun.

* You will need one bottle of Peppermint Schnapps, and one can full of whipped cream, and a TV showing “Intervention”. That is how the original game was played - in a basement apartment, too.
* Take shots of Peppermint Schnapps alternated with a mouthful of whipped cream every time a family member cries.

2. The Bacontini

I’ve actually seen this served in a real bar in New York - somewhat different.

* Cook 3 strips of bacon until crisp.
* Immediately eat one. Why? Just because.
* Crumble up the second one, put into ice in the Martini shaker.
* Strain the gin and vermouth through one of those Martini shaker things.
* Place other bacon strip into this new drink.
* Congratulate yourself.

1. The Quantum Leap

* One tall can of PBR
* One shot of vodka.
* One shot of Jack Daniels.
* One half can of Red Bull.
* Mix.
* Drink.


The LEGO Group and Brickstructures, Inc. to produce and distribute Frank Lloyd Wright Collection® LEGO® Architecture Building Sets

The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation announced today that The LEGO Group is now the exclusive licensed manufacturer of Frank Lloyd Wright Collection® LEGO Architecture sets.

The LEGO Group and Adam Reed Tucker of Brickstructures, Inc. officially introduced the LEGO Architecture line in 2008. The line currently consists of six buildings – now including two of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most famous and recognizable buildings, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and “Fallingwater.”

With models developed in collaboration with architects, LEGO Architecture works to inspire future architects, engineers and designers as well as architecture fans around the world with the LEGO brick as a medium. Builders of all ages can now collect and construct their favorite worldwide architectural sites through these artistic replicas.

Both exclusive Frank Lloyd Wright LEGO Architecture sets contain booklets that feature traditional building instructions along with exclusive archival historical material and photographs of each iconic building.

The LEGO Group will release the first of the LEGO Architecture Frank Lloyd Wright Collection® sets at the opening of the Frank Lloyd Wright Exhibit: From Within Outward at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum on May 15, 2009.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Robert Gellar 2009 Fall/Winter

I really like what this man does. I wish I owned more of his stuff.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

The Most Evil Patent Ever

Germany has declined to patent a cyanide-equipped RFID chip developed in Saudi Arabia.

Basically, what this chip is is, it is implanted in a person, in order to track them and determine their geographical position. The chip however, is equipped with an incredibly dangerous poison called cyanide (what Hitler used to kill himself). The poison in the chip can be detonated and released remotely, killing whoever the person with the chip inside them is.

For the full story, go here

Friday, May 15, 2009

Fuel v. 2.

More pictures. Get used to it. Take some if you want.

(First Wal*Mart)

(Thats Eva Bruan & her husband. Google her, you'll understand this picture)

(Jack Kerouac)

(Original first page from "On The Road"


(Dr. Strangelove)

(Futuras bombshelter)